Daring to ‘shine more brightly’ is about truth, it’s about the truth of who we really are. It’s about allowing our most vulnerable selves to be seen. Whilst loving ourselves for this, so that we can love and serve others.
Earlier this year I endured tears, sadness and helplessness. As a family we faced the unknown about the health my mother whose been fighting cancer since 2013. We were very close to losing her…
During this time it was hard to do my daily gratitude practice. An act of love that I know is so powerful and eliminates fear.
It was hard to stay strong and to carry on as normal. To show my vulnerability to those who already know me and more so to those who don’t. To admit that I really wasn’t okay.
Interestingly I found that through becoming more open and sharing my truth of how the situation really was, I felt as though the universe listened and sent a sisterhood to my rescue.
Female friends, colleagues and women who I barely know reached out to help and support. They showed such kindness and affection, for this I will always be truly grateful.
At an event I attended around this time, the speaker quoted
There’s so much truth in that quote, it’s something that I needed to hear and maybe you do too?
To raise a woman we need to encourage her to speak her truth. To know that life is a rollercoaster of ups and downs. That whatever is going on her in business and life that she has a sisterhood who has her back.
She needs to know that she can ‘shine more brightly’ by just being who she really is.
When women are heart-centred, loving and bringing forth their divine feminine energy.
We create magic and miracles for our sisters as well as ourselves.