A woman cannot make the culture more aware by saying ‘Change.’ But she can change her own attitude toward herself, thereby causing devaluing projections to glance off. She does this by taking back her body. By not forsaking the joy of her natural body, by not purchasing the popular illusion that happiness is only bestowed on those of a certain configuration or age, by not waiting or holding back to do anything, and by taking back her real life, and living it full bore, all stops out. This dynamic self-acceptance and self-esteem are what begins to change attitudes in the culture.
You're a soul deep woman; you won't find a worthy love in the shallows.
Within you beats a warriors heart.
You are a Viking on an expedition to carve out her own Queendom, a Priestess woven of ritual and ancient mystery.
You my sister deserve a King.
My dear sister, somewhere on this planet beats a heart deserving of your fire.
Somewhere there is one worthy of your magic made of flesh, blood and spirit who is not afraid to dance in your endless depths. One who will never settle for less than the brilliance of all that you are.
Take your throne sister, rise up and take your crown. Hold your head high, for the one that can see your bright light is a King upon his own throne, a warrior with a heart to match your own.
Those who are unworthy can never truly see. Never settle for the shade when you were born to shine.
My sister, never forget that you're a soul deep woman and you won't find a worthy love in the shallows." ~Ara
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I am a former country girl and abuse survivor. I enjoy blogging because I find it personally therapeutic. It also allows me to share my experiences with others, and bring to light issues of abuse. I write under a pseudonym for my personal safety as well as to negate any potential legal trouble over sharing my story.