My hands arrive on my body. Warm hands resting on my soft belly. We meet each other, my feminine body and me. Her untamed breath rising and widening to greet me. And my inner eyes, blinking open in the dark, as we fall into each other.
I gently pour a droplet of oil into my palm, and let my hand guide the oil into my body, slowly discovering the landscape of my feminine body on this day, in this moment. Discovering the Inner Woman™ that is alive in me today, and the stories my body is whispering.
I use self-massage a lot. It awakens my sensual instincts, nourishes my body and is one of the easiest ways I know for getting in touch with my Inner Woman™ and shifting any stagnant emotions in my body. Self-massage creates the space I need for being with everything that is our world today. And for staying connected with present-moment-experience in both the brightest and darkest moments.
My daily habits and rhythms are the pillars for nourishing what I’ve cultivated through Awakening my Inner Woman™ and living life from the inside-out. After all life is build by all these daily doings. And habits shape who we are and how we live. These five daily habits are a mix of inner beliefs and daily practices that nourish and fertilize a strong connection with my feminine center through the many flavors of life.
On Valentines day of 2015, I was in a major solo-car-crash with my husband in the drivers seat. Although I had ‘seen’ it coming in the month prior to it happening and knew exactly where it would take place, nothing fully prepared me for the scariest, moment of my life. It’s an experience that left me with a very long healing journey ahead, but also heightened my respect for what my work with my womanly body, cycle, and Inner Woman™ can truly hold me through. Continue Reading “How Awakening my Inner Woman™ helped me survive my car accident”
In the dark hour, I always come back to tending to my feminine body. That is my pilgrimage place of returning home. Home to my Inner Woman™. Home to that which is timeless. Home to the knowing that I am already home, already whole.