We are at a time in the evolution of our planet when many women are experiencing an inner pull and urge to give birth to a new way of being.
"Women of all ages are asking deeper questions about the purpose and meaning of our lives. We feel a need to fully express ourselves in a way that nourishes our Souls," writes
Canadian author of the new release,
Awakening a Woman’s Soul.
"This shift from being outwardly driven by material and traditional definitions of success to being inspired by our Souls, is causing inner earthquakes in many of us that may be confusing and misunderstood. We are shattering many of our long-held beliefs about what it means to be a woman and how we show up for ourselves and in our relationships. We are being called to undergo a deep and lasting transformation that reflects a shift from family and societal conditioning and expectations to a higher expression of our deepest truths based on the needs of our Souls. We are becoming increasingly aware of this inner urge, which has many of us wondering:
How do I let go of who I think I should be to step fully into who I am?"
Bev has a master's degree in nursing, and is a certified meditation and mindfulness teacher and a personal transformation coach. She offers this practice of
Coming Home to Your Self :
"As we sit to practice meditation, we know that we are honoring ourselves and creating space in our lives for the deeper truths of our souls to emerge. Thich Nhat Hanh once said, "Every time you hear the bell at the beginning of your practice it is a reminder to come home to your self."
We’re coming home to the part of our self that is the deepest most authentic expression of who we are at the core of our being. The place where our: love, creativity, gratitude, self-compassion, forgiveness, acceptance, grace and connection with the divine resides.
As we begin our practice and focus on our breath we connect with an inner knowing that we are breathing in our truths, our wholeness, our wisdom, and our deep acceptance of this present moment. As we breath out, we know we are creating space to release those things that are holding us back from becoming who we’re meant to become. With our eyes closed we practice our “coming home” mantra:
Breathing in….. I honor my deeper truths.
Breathing out…. I release my fear."
Thank you for putting your spirituality first during this time of deep practice. I am practicing with you. Here's to peace inside and out.