A woman in her power.
I saw this sentence in a book called ‘Witch‘ by Lisa Lister, which I’m currently reading, and it really resonated with me.
As I progress spiritually, more and more things come to light and to my attention about the way I behave and why I do the things that I do. I’ve struggled to write for a short while as the shift that I’m currently going through has been huge. My emotional state has taken a massive hit but I know this is simply the result of me becoming more and more awake. It’s no longer a case of me choosing to release beliefs that I’m recognising are not serving me – those beliefs are now releasing themselves regardless; forcing their way through and out of my being as I become a woman -a goddess- in my power. It’s brutal but it’s liberating. It’s so, so freeing. And I wouldn’t want it any other way.
I’ve always somewhat tried to keep my emotions on the sideline. Why? Did I not deem it appropriate to truly embody my universal right to really feel every emotion running through my being? Regardless, as I become more and more in tune with myself, I can no longer hide from my emotions. In fact, I no longer want to hide from my emotions – whether it’s absolute elation or deep rooted sadness. It just doesn’t feel right. It doesn’t feel authentic. I can be emotional, vulnerable, soft AND powerful all at the same time.
I intuitively know and have received so many signs telling me that I have no choice but to speak my truth. People, events and things have so seamlessly shown up in my life, serving as reminders for me to speak up and embody who I really am. We are in a time when so many people need to hear and see that it is safe to speak up and be who you truly are. They can probably already hear some sort of voice, deep inside, but sometimes you just need confirmation, you know? Confirmation that where you are being called to is exactly where you need to be.