A woman of the temple celebrates men while never stifling the truth of her heart.
Yes she has boundaries. Yes she is strong. Yes she can provide and care for herself. All the while knowing that acknowledging men does not in any way, shape or form take this from her; for she knows her own innate power can never be taken from.
I get so spoilt by my partner that people have started asking me what I 'do' for him in return. In what ways do I support and nourish him.
I've found it somewhat difficult to respond to this question, mainly because I don't consider myself to be 'doing' anything.
So I ask him
"What does it take for me to want to give and do so much to you?... You just BREATH babe!" he replies as if it's a no brainer.
It's such a full response that comes from the depth of his soul. It feels true but perplexing to my mind.
Surely there is a more practical response.
What’s the secret to nourishing a man’s fire?
To inspire and support him to be all of who he can be?
To support Awakening his Power?
Men are physically stronger than women.
Women walk around worrying about their physical safety or in fear of what men could do to them.
When the message flooded through me to create and run the Awakening Men program 4 years ago, I was in a relationship where I felt powerless.
Not because the man I was with had any form of power over me, but because I allowed myself to believe that I was a victim to life and therefore a victim in that relationship.
I could feel the intense power that supported her softness, I wasn’t afraid of her volcano, I even dared to help it to move.
There was an electricity in my touch and a magnetism of presence I’d not felt for a long time.
Shaney, Alejandra and Jared do a deep dive into how to keep the sexiness, passion and spice alive in your relationship. And it's NOT the standard 'wear something sexy' advice.
Drop in on Alejandra's, Shaney's and Jared's conversation about how our cultural obsession with fairy tales and rom coms are tarnishing our ability to objectively see the inherent beauty in our relationships.
Stop pretending you are not deep…stop it.
You did not start to follow me because I post hot pictures. You did not line up a call with me to talk about my work because I aroused you with something I wrote.