“The connection between and among women are the most feared, the most problematic, and the most potentially transforming force on the planet.”
It is common knowledge in most indigenous cultures that the fully realized woman is the unshakable foundation upon which civilization must be built. The grandmothers are the ultimate power brokers in tribal society because they alone know what it means to bring life into the world- the ultimate test of spiritual and physical fortitude.
In modern culture we must find our way back and honor these customs and traditions to survive and thrive in the new world. Women, we are becoming more spirited, more powerful, and more awakened. We are evolving, changing, transforming, and disrupting the models that have suppressed, oppressed, and depressed us from becoming all we can be. Feminine energy can be very much misunderstood. For years, women have been portrayed as being jealous of other women sabotaging one another. These ailing systems are beginning to reveal what we can accomplish when we work and play together.
The traditional face of a woman was conformity. We needed to seek approval, acceptance, and security. “I am who you say I am.” Some women grew up believing this was true. In some cultures, this is the norm. They still live in the shackles of their oppressors. When we educate and give young girls and women a sense of purpose, they then have an opportunity to find their voice and say, “I’m not who you say I am.” We begin to push back, gain some freedom and independence. Creativity emerges, truth, self-esteem and self-expression show its face. However, this is still insecurity. Although we are gaining confidence to find our voice and speak up, there is an energy of resentment and struggle. We can get caught in a vicious cycle of being right, competition to get ahead and burn ourselves out. We want to play in a man’s world being a woman. It does not work. We wind up burning out, trying to do it all. When we truly become empowered women, we access the energy to be who “I say I AM”. This is the Goddess energy. The divine feminine energy. This is when we can lift each other up. Madeline Albright always says, “There is a special place in hell for women who do not help each other.” But the reverse is true and more uplifting: there is a special place in heaven for women who shine the light and share it with others. Image how bright the future could be when we shine the light for each other. It will be heaven on earth!
“I choose things by how they resonate in my heart.”
Resonance is an interesting phenomena. It is an invisible energy that gets transferred from one object to another through vibration and frequency. I’m sure you’ve all heard of an opera singer being able to shatter a crystal glass when she is able to sing a pitch that resonates on the same frequency as the glass. Or tuning forks that that get activated when one is stroked .
The earth has a resonance as well as everything else in the universe. Your thoughts have resonance too. What you think and feel are like invisible currents vibrating out from you. Everything is connected and what you are projecting has an effect on others. When you have people that get together with the same purpose, powerful shifts can occur. This energy can be used for good intentions or ill intentions.
Let’s resonate love, peace, compassion, creativity and positive things rather than destructive ones which do damage. You have the power. Collectively we can change the world and create heaven on earth. Let’s do that!
Watch this short video and see how a bridge designed to withstand winds up to 120 miles per hour collapsed from only 40 miles per do to resonance.
People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought.”
Thinking is the highest function we are capable of. It requires concentration, self discipline and creativity. Everything that we see in the material world came from someones thought power. So why do we have so much poverty, unhappiness and sickness? What are we actually thinking about anyway? Or are we thinking at all?
George Bernard Shaw said; “Two percent of the people think; three percent of the people think they think; and ninety-five percent of the population would rather die than think.” Thinking is hard work. Actually it is the hardest work you will ever do. Staying with a problem to find a solution requires effort. James Allen Said; ” Until thought is linked with purpose there is no intelligent accomplishment.” These three men were all great thinkers. Thinking is a gift from source energy. We have the freedom to choose any thought we want, yet we use our minds for small tasks rather than accomplishing great things in our life.
We all want things in our life. Those things require thought power. If you want a healthy body, you have to eat healthier foods, exercise, and use disciple to see yourself being that person with the lean body. If you want to have a higher position in your company, than you must learn what it takes to step into that role. Ask yourself some powerful questions. Who do you want to become? What do you really want from life?
You can have it if you take the time to think about it. Hiring a coach is one of the best ways to move the creative process along faster. Two minds are better than one.
IQ is the measure of someones intellect. EQ is the measure of someones emotional intelligence and CQ is the measure of someones ability to communicate intelligently. But what really makes a genius a genius? Albert Einstein was a genius. Stephen Hawkins is a genius. Michelangelo and Leonardo deVinci were also geniuses in their own right. Marie Curie, Virginia Wolf and Ludwig van Beethoven were considered genius, and the list goes on…
According to Websters dictionary Genius is defined as: exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability.
Is it something in the brain that makes a genius? Is it intelligence, creativity, perseverance, or simply luck? Is it something from the divine?
Just because you are really smart and have a high IQ does not make you a genius. Through my studies and understanding, EQ and CQ are just as important as IQ for getting the results you want in life. However that still will not make you a genius.
What if we can nurture someone to become a genius? Maybe the more we allow creativity, imagination and create a nurturing environment to become part of a child’s life the more they can develop their brain to become geniuses? Through neuroscience we are getting closer to understanding what parts of the brain get activated when we use our creative skills.
I believe that you must have a strong purpose, have passion, perseverance and determination to unleash the genius inside of you! You also need support!!! Someone who believes in YOU!
If you need a coach, hire one, it will be the best investment you can make! Don’t be a smarty pants,thinking you know it all. Be a genius!!
” Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Theodore Roosevelt
Creativity is a powerful way to celebrate who we are. It is a spiritual energy that nourishes our vitality. It replaces negative thinking with positive action.
How often do you put your creativity on hold? Between work, family and other obligations your creativity gets put on the back burner. We get stuck in the grind of just living rather that creating a life. Years ago when I was under stress or had too many things on my to do list, I would forget to add joy and fun into my activities. Now I know that what ever I am doing, where ever I am or have, I can add the element of creativity to it.
I spice things up. Even if I’m washing the dishes, I find a way to make it more enjoyable. I will get in a rhythm or if I’m cleaning I will dance. If I’m stuck in traffic, I listen to an audible book. If i’m working on my business, I try to take on a new approach.
Everything we do, can be a spark for creative energy to emerge. Our commitment to life is to tap into the creative energy that is inside us and all around us.
Need help to spark your creative juices? Call Monica today! 516-297-0672 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
“It is not your part to guide or supervise the creative process.
All you have to do with that is to retain your vision,
Stick to your purpose,
And maintain your faith and gratitude.”
Wallace D. Wattles
I love this quote! So what is the creative process? It is understanding your purpose, seeing the vision you have for it and setting goals. That’s it. You don’t have to know how you are going to do this, you just need to know what it is you really want and go after that with passion and persistence.
The creative process will take care of the rest. When you begin to live in harmony with the laws of the universe, the creative process has a way of manifesting in physical form all the things necessary to accomplish your desire.
So what is it that you really want? Set a course today and take the steps that will start the creative process in motion. Once it’s got enough steam behind it, you will be amazed at how quickly it will begin to take form.
Let’s start creating!