Enough of us are waking up now that we’re starting to see the widespread erasure of undomesticated women from religion, myth, and positions of power. As the lies that we’ve been taught to live crumble, we don’t have historical references to look to to remind us of who we once were.
The only place we can look is in our own hearts and bodies. Buried deep in our subconscious, the seats of souls, lives the memories of who we truly are.
In today’s Poolside Sutra, I explore this in more depth. Today’s talk is an excerpt from a Q & A session I held mid-way through the recent SHE Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training in Thailand.
In it, we will explore:
- How to live from a multi-sensory place
- My favorite bedtime ritual for clearing energy
- Creative ways women can meditate
- The flavor of the feminine that’s being birthed through all of us right now
- Using your intuition to grow your business
- The number one thing that holds us all back
- And more.
Sleeping Beauty’s spell lives even in the yoga & meditation world. Yes, the Patriarchy also dominates our spiritual lives!
What makes you a woman isn’t a nuisance to override through your practice.
We need to learn how to reunite with our sensual, body-based wisdom. And, to make this a lifelong endeavor, we deserve practices that we enjoy returning to, day after day.
This approach of “unlearning” is what I advocate in our SHE Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training. The next training will take place in Tulum, Mexico from December 1-8, 2018.
At the end of this training, each woman will leave with a renewed trust in her inner, spiritual authority– and with all the tools she needs to help the women in her community to do the same.
This week is the best time to register for the SHE Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training. When you register before June 15, You’ll receive a $200 discount. Plus, two gifts to support your practice.
- Lama Tsultrim Allione’s new book, Wisdom Rising
- Tara Mandala
- Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin’s #ResistanceLive
- Jennifer Lee’s The Right Brain Business Plan
- The Sacred Prostitute
- The Book of SHE
- The 4-hour Workweek
- Joe Dispenza’s Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
- I mentioned that “khandro” is Sanskrit, but I meant to say Tibetan