How Women Are Pinned Against Each Other (and How to Break Free From This Belief!)

Although I recognize times where old patterning has it's teeth still sunken into my skin, there was a topic that has come up a lot lately that I felt needed some light shed on it...

 

Women as Being Enemies

Lately, with my group coaching community, we've been discussing a lot about how society points women against each other.

It's those sneaky thoughts of...

"It's not acceptable to be friends with your boyfriend/husband/fiancee's ex"

"Two powerful women in a company must be enemies"

 Or even... "She's your competition so you must hate each other, right?"

 

It's engrained in our society so deeply that when the opposite is true, everyone is confused. 

A dear friend recently shared a story about meeting her partner's ex, where their hug and hello brought on very surprised looks from those around.

Unfortunately, this is normal. Women are pinned against each other, and lead to believe that other women do not have their highest good in mind.

 

Beliefs Learned in...

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Invitations and Permission

It all started with a decision that I could give myself permission.

Earlier this year, I was back on the beach in Tulum, following an ecstatic dance. I was sweaty and covered in sand, sitting down so I could connect with the earth and I stared up at the beautiful full moon. The moon’s light lit up the entire beach and painted rays along the ocean below. The dance was hosted steps from the ocean and by the time we had finished, I wanted nothing more than to be in the water. I was bleeding and was on one of the very last days of my bleed. I had felt so deeply connected to the divine feminine in that moment. I had gotten up from the sand and walked towards the ocean and suddenly felt called to get naked. Just as quickly as the thought came up, another thought followed: “what would people think?” All of the sudden, I was certain that I would be judged or make the others uncomfortable, despite not having any real source of the fear. No one had expressed...

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Fear of the Feminine

I'm packing up my bag in preparation for a very exciting women's retreat, but I'm scared. Why would I be scared of a women's retreat? Simply put, I've spent most of my life afraid of the feminine, both in myself and in others. Before I go on any further, I must say, I have incredible women in my life. One of my best friends since the first days I can remember is a beautiful, adventurous, wild woman. As I've grown and connected to my own divine feminine, I've expanded my sister circle to include so many goddesses that I learn from and grow with everyday. But, I still have fear now and I've had this fear for a very long time.

 

When I was younger, I was homeschooled. I transitioned into public school in the second grade, all wide eyed, bushy tailed and full of unstoppable love. Prior to starting public school, each homeschooled student is tested to determine their grade level. This testing, in partnership with their age determines where they can and should start in the school...

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