I hosted and invited women to join me in various listening groups and sessions. The idea is that in order to heal, we need to seek first to understand then be understood. So, we need to practice listening. One way you can practice listening is by listening to my podcast.
Another avenue where we get deeper is through book discussions. Examples include when we read Brené Brown’s Braving the Wilderness. Stay tuned for more book discussions where we dive deep and grow together.
Ultimately, we need deeper connections with each other in order to fully heal. Another avenue I provide connections is through moon circles and personal one-on-one coaching.
Finally, we are embarking on a love revolution. Kindness, compassion, and love will heal us. And, as we heal, those around us will too. Let’s do this, together.
What stage are you in?
Womxn go through three stages: maiden, mother, and Crohn. Read through each and let me know – what stage are you in?
The maiden is a young womxn. She is no longer a child, but she has experience to gain. She might be fully confident in her abilities. And, she might be confused about what to do next. She could use support, but maybe not from family and close friends. She could use support from womxn who have walked the path and can share their stories to help inform hers.
The mother is a womxn. She is not old, but she is no longer looking through life with fresh-spring eyes. She has more confidence. She has begun to learn that she cannot know everything. She may have found a partner. She may have begun nurturing children, or serve as a splendid aunt to other people’s children. Her career may be on track. Or, she may still be finding her path. There have been surprising hurdles in her life. And, she could use support, but maybe not from family and close friends. She could use support from womxn who have walked the path and can share their stories to help inform hers.
The Crohn is an old woman. This is the third stage of her life. She is a wise womxn. She has lived through two other stages forming who she is now. She has experience, yet knows knowledge is fleeting. She might be a grandmother. She might have a long-term partner. She might have had multiple long-term partners. And, still, there is uncertainty and a need for companionship different from those closest to her. She could use support, but maybe not from family and close friends. She could use support from womxn who have walked the path and can share their stories to help inform hers.