The awakened woman is not defined by other people or outside forces.
She already knows who she is- and she doesn’t need to explain it to anyone.
She is a force to be reckoned with. She knows where she is going and isn’t defined by where she’s been.
The awakened woman sees beauty all around her, finds lessons in life’s obstacles, and embraces meaning in everyday moments.
She is a peacemaker, a warrior, and a leader. She sees strength in her scars and shares her experiences to benefit others.
You may try to pull her back to your level, but she will smile and stay on her own path.
If you are on the same journey, she will welcome you along on hers. She will inspire you, lift you up, and help you see the beauty you may not see within yourself.
Others may try to break her down, but this will only make her rise up more beautifully than she did before.
I am grateful for all the awakened women in my life. Thank you for encouraging me to be me.
German philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, “Magic is believing in yourself. If you can do that, you can make anything happen.”
On this 12/12, I have been thinking about everyday magic and living in infinite possibilities.
Keeping my eye out for synchronicities and signs, I have made a conscious effort to stay connected, grateful, and in my own truth.
12/12 is a magical gateway to transformation, helping to guide you closer to your soul purpose and passions. This gateway assists in feeling confident, empowered, and loved; the old will begin to slip away and make room for a newness that will be better aligned with your heart.
You can find magic each and every day- you just need to be open to what life brings you. As we stop listening to what others on the outside say and begin to listen to what’s inside, a new peace is found and unexpected doors will open.
All you need is to believe in yourself- then others will, too.
Each moon cycle I set an intention. On occasion I hope for something tangible, such as securing a new job or accomplishment, and other times I aim to let something go.
As the moon phases pass, I try to release what no longer serves, focus on improving myself, and live by the intentions I set.
This past New Moon, my intention was strength.
Strength means a lot of things to me. It can mean being assertive and confident, resilient through life’s challenges, or living with grace and grit. Strength has helped me pick up and move across the country, walk into interviews with ease, and hold my head high when life tried to pull me down.
I used to try and be a chameleon in life, seeking to fit in so I wouldn’t feel uncomfortable. Not anymore. I have learned how standing in my truth has helped me get into alignment with the right people, opportunities, but most importantly, my own self.
It’s okay to stand out in the crowd… and it’s a beautiful thing to be different. Instead of lowering my head or watering myself down, my intention is to be strong and secure- no matter what life brings my way.
Read about Friday’s Full Moon here.