The feminine is like a flower, it was born to blossom. It was born to be vibrant and to be fully expressive.
In various aspects of my life I have been witness to times when the masculine through its own insecurities attacks this aspect of the feminine.
And with long term impact it results in the feminine’s vibrancy becoming dull, she is no longer able to shine for when she does she is told that it’s not ok.
The feminine is life and is to be respected not suppressed!
This has been my unconscious truth that has been playing out over many years.
This awareness has only come to my conscious awareness over the last few days as I step into the space of Women’s Relationship Coach. Click link in bio to register for FREE Online Masterclass
And with this my souls is lit up with a deeper purpose, more so than I’ve felt before!
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Kia Ora, setelah mengikuti penyambutan budaya Maori di Marae, Victoria University pagi ini lanjut seminar dua hari “The 10th Indonesia Conference on Innovation entrepreneurship and Small Bussiness 2018”...
Milford Sound! Or more accurately “Milford Fiord”- a Sound being formed by a river and a Fiord by a glacier, the name was incorrectly given but it has stuck, so is widely known as Milford Sound. We had a restless night (never put a tent under a tree after the rain) and up at 5am to drive from Te Anau towards Milford- this is actually a brilliant scenic drive that we really enjoyed! The morning started with low lying cloud which slowly revealed the huge snow capped mountains around, adding to the drama. We were slightly delayed by “traffic”- a huge sheep transfer from one field to another down the main road 😂
Our morning started with a kayak around the Sound- our guides commented how lucky we were with the weather as it had been awful so far this season (which helped to justify our decision to leave Queenstown early). The water was as smooth as silk and we were lucky enough to start our Kayak before all the boat and flights over the Sound start for the day, so the only noises were the lapping of the waves and occasional birdsong. Our kayaking trip took us to the bottom of Lady Bowen falls- at 162m high is Milford’s tallest falls. We then paddled across the Sound where we saw the world’s rarest penguin 🐧 the yellow eyed penguin, recognisable from its yellow eye stripe. After our kayak it was time to get on a much larger boat and have a sail down the Sound towards the sea- we saw some more fur seals basking on the rocks, and leaned more about the Sound- 6feet of fresh water that comes from the waterfalls sits on top of the saltwater. The area gets 12-14 METRES of rainfall per year!! The clouds rolled in and threatened with a little shower, but miraculously we stayed dry! This was a massive highlight of our time in NZ and would definitely recommend!
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