Tending to the Feminine Wound

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As women we are powerful weavers of creation.
We have the heavens, the earth, the sun, moon and the stars coursing through our body's.....
We are daughters, dreamers, wisdom keepers, mothers, lovers - and we are sisters.

However for many women, there’s a distortion that has taken place that's resulted in a great wound which has formed cracks in the foundations of how we relate to one another.

Betrayal, blame, shame and comparison have run an imprint through women forming a separation between us - and these imprints and distortions are not who we truly are.

Many women hold the cellular memory of being burned, condemned and betrayed by their Sisters - and this has contributed to a great divide between us.

But women need one another... To share and to grow and facilitate the shifts that many of us are seeking... the shifts for our beautiful planet, for ourselves and for all those who will come after us.

How do we heal these wounded aspects of self?
How do we heal this great Sister wound that weaves its tendrils of pain and separation that runs through many aspects of how we relate to one another?

There are of course many layers to beginning to heal this deep feminine wound - but I believe the answer is to continue to gather with women in Circle. 
To do our inner work.
To heal our wombs - the space within our body where the pain, the betrayal and the ache resides.
To remember that vulnerability is our superpower.
To live our lives through our beautiful open hearts.

"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much" ~ Helen Keller 

Stunning artwork by Fiona Craig of the magnificent Waratah, an incredible flower essence for courage - because acknowledging and tending to these places within takes tremendous courage.