How might your life have been different, if there had been a place for you?
When we talk about about exploring the intuition, what we mean to talk about is the deep work that goes into exploring the depths of the soul. The intuitive journey is not easy to do alone, which is why part of the process is finding a supportive community of fellow women who are strong enough to hear and respect your struggle.
A place where you can grow together with others, be heard and be accepted as you.
Would your life be different if you had that?
So today I am sharing one of my most favorite quotes, from a very wise book, that I tell few people about. Here it is:
How might your life have been different if, as a young woman struggling to find your voice . . . in despair that you might never be able to say what you knew inside . . . there had been a place for you to begin to speak as a woman?
If you had been received into a circle of women, and during the silence, the women had let you speak . . .over and over, as your words slowly came together. . . if they had listened deeply and attentively to your emerging voice?
And, how might it have been different for you, if you had seen, that day, in the faces of the women sitting there in the circle . . .the pride and respect they felt as their heard your voice?
How might your life be different?
- Judith Duerk, I Sit Listening to the Wind