Your wise words, not mine! This page is going to be bursting at the seems with quotes from you and of those who inspire you.
I’m hoping this page will become packed of photos, short videos, interviews…who knows what’s going to appear over the years, but I know it is going to be good! Xx
“I’ve just been doing some research about the solstice and came across this quote: ‘Summer teaches us patience. The fruit is green until it’s ripe and you just can’t rush it. Something of the slow, sure rhythm of the time will enter into us if we let it; no, we can’t hurry things, but if we just relax and let go, things will reach their fullness without effort or ego’s striving on our part.'” Penny, yoga and menstrual awareness teacher.
As someone who struggles with the summer phase of the cycle, these words are welcome: Be patient. Don’t rush it. Everything in its own good sacred time …
“The womb is the ‘sacred “gateway” to the other energetic levels where incarnating souls originate from”. Gillian.
“Generally my connection with mother earth became clearer. To eat her fruits, to walk on her paths, to observe her beauty and tragedies helps me to connect with her and her rhythms and balances my cycle and my being. it is a loving relationship of interdependency.” Anna Maria.
“You will be tested along your path but remain centered
You will be praised so remain humble
You will be shown love so remain open and embrace
Others may doubt your uniqueness just continue to show your light” Marlene.
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.” 1 Corinthians 13
“There’s a media conspiracy to make women feel bad about themselves so they’ve got no real time to connect to the spiritual one-ness and start challenging the pointlessness of the female beauty myth.” Russell Brand.
Share your own wise-woman words, or words that inspire you / empower women below…