Why Feminine Energy Is the Secret to All Our Power
Dec 30, 2020
Feminine energy is one of the most misunderstood concepts in our society, but it’s also one of the most powerful things we all possess. We interpret femininity as something weak, and we miss out on all the good that comes with it.
Very often, we lean more into our masculine energy, focusing more on doing than on being, which leads to us feeling depleted and disconnected from ourselves.
It’s time for us to start recognizing the power, beauty, and strength that comes with our feminine energy, and use it to enrich every part of our lives.
How do we surrender to the flow of the feminine? Why is self-care such an important aspect of femininity, and what are the ways we can take care of ourselves across mind, body, spirit?
In this episode, I talk about leaning into the feminine, and why it’s so critical right now.
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The difference between masculine and feminine energy and why we need both: Men and women possess both masculine and feminine energy. In today’s society, we’ve become accustomed to leaning into, owning, and projecting masculine energy. It’s the side of us that’s very linear, goal-oriented, and results-driven. Our feminine energy is the side of us that’s nurturing, feeling, creative, and in tune with our hearts and our souls.
Why basing self-worth on external achievements is dangerous: As women, we often equate our worth with what we do, and we value ourselves on our achievements and ability to cross things off a list. When our self-worth is so closely tied to things outside of us, we lose control of it. We also risk losing ourselves if and when the external things we identify with change or are removed.
How self-care helps us tap into our feminine energy: Self-care is a process of reconnecting with who you truly are and what is important, it’s so much deeper than just taking care of yourself. The best thing you can do to improve your self-worth is to step up your self-care game. When we take care of ourselves, we’re actually showing ourselves that we’re worthy.