I really resonated with this. In the past (throughout school, college and employment) I’ve always felt more comfortable around men and male energy (logic, reason, action, survival, rational, strength). However, in the last 5 or so years there’s been a shift. From masculine to feminine. I’ve changed a lot during this time and feel as though my brain has finally connected the dots.
The creative, intuitive side of me is thriving. Connected. Open. Receptive. I am re-connecting to the Divine Feminine.
It cannot be a coincidence that during this time I’ve developed twin flame/soul mate connections (you know who you are!). I’m tuned into a world that has always been there but invisible to me. As a result I feel more alive. More supported and balanced. Grounded yet light and free as a bird.
Kingsbury points to a number of key behaviours in her commentary about boosting the Divine Feminine including:
- Co-operate Rather than Compete
- Sense Rather than Think (and trust your intuition)
- Create Rather than De-construct
- Compliment Rather than Criticise
I wholeheartedly agreed. There are many problems facing this world which keep me awake at night (Brexit, consumerism, greed, our oceans drowning in plastic, cancer….I could fill an entire blog just summarising them) but I hope that the changes I have made can spread some positivity through my energy, laughter, photography and travels.
Through the Divine Feminine we can raise strong woman, who grow, support, laugh, educate and rule, but acknowledge the role and importance of the masculine energy…in ourselves and others.
I’ve had a mental blockage recently with my writing and haven’t published anything for a year… whilst my photographs have been there, and will continue to tell my story (and that of many others), it feels good to be writing again….
Be the light. Shine bright.
To all my friends, my sisters old and new. Thank you for being YOU and allowing me to be ME. For being there to hold my hand, embrace, explore, talk, walk, laugh and cry. I love you all 💕