Sovereignty: The Complete Collection

starts-with-restlessness

It starts with restlessness

I wonder if it started this way for you, the path to waking up. To realizing that there was something more waiting for you than what you had been told, or seen, or believed. To seeing a glimmer of light in a crack of your life, creating an opening into your womanhood. Perhaps you started

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you-can-do-anything-but-not-everything

You can do anything, but not everything

We still talk endlessly about balance or our lack there of. We struggle with the juggle. We are exhausted. In many cases we have thrown our hands up in the air, dropped our heads in despair, and figured that we would just have to settle for this life, unsatisfactory as it feels, because this is

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darker aspects of the feminine

The Dark Goddess

As much as we may like to, we don’t live our lives only in the light. No matter how conscious or awakened we are, we can’t live in the light without the darkness. Growth happens in the dark. Renewal, rebirth and possibilities happen in the dark. They wait for us in the form of the

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Facing yourself

Facing your shadow self

Psychiatrist Carl Jung defined the term shadow as the unknown dark side of our personality. He called it dark, because it consists of the negative aspects of human emotion and impulses such as anger, rage, lust, striving for power, greed, selfishness, envy. Our dark emotions can lead us to unhealthy actions and behaviors like addiction,

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Choose yourself

Choose yourself

We grow up waiting to be picked. Think about it for a minute. As children we wait in the school yard to be chosen for games, to be invited to sit at the lunch table, to get chosen for the party invite list or to be picked for the sports team. We desperately hope we

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who was i before

Who were you before?

Who were you before the world told you who to be? Before you were labeled, shamed, and crafted into who the world, society, your parents, wanted you to be? Can you remember? I was a bright, talkative, creative child. From an early age I never wanted to do anything other than perform. Dance classes, elocution

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