Wild Feminine Reclamation and Natures Desire to Remain Untamed

Updated: Feb 15

Hello, my friend,

How does this find you today?

I am sat in, my living room, full-hearted and smiling after a sweet and joy filled video call with my daughter, she is still in Thailand, with her brother and sister-in-law, they are now finding some freedom of movement from lock-down, within Thailand, and so it is beautiful to see the adventure unfolding and the new experiences they are sharing in together.

Other than that today I have been meditating, catching up with housework, recording yoga nidra's and catching up on messages.

Now I am getting ready to sit in the sun and perhaps venture into my very overgrown allotment, with having fractured my foot a few weeks ago, I totally took my attention away from it. The allotment left to its own devices has sprung into an abundantly wild and beautiful field of verdant colour, luscious fruits spilling from bushes and weeds galore! It to me is beautiful.

It reminds me that given the chance nature will always reclaim itself from being overly sponsored, cultivated and neatly trimmed, sterilised and overthrown by the hands of mankind.

Our own wild natures are, in the same way, I feel, begging to be restored to their wildish abundant and uncultivated raw essence, to shine with beauty to be less tweaked to perfection, but rather to be fully expressed in all of the flavours and textures of our souls truest expression.

For me, the work of rewilding and restoration of our own unique selves is vital upon this path of spiritual awakening.

Especially for those of us who identify as woman.

Let us let down our hair, dance wildly, laugh loudly, say NO when it is our truth and YES when our heart longs for it.

Let us breath deeper and make friends with all aspects of ourselves, the shadows and the light, our wide array of emotions and especially let us befriend our innermost child who is yearning for our love.

Let us, through opening our hearts, minds and bodies to rewild ourselves and become who we truly are unhindered by familial, societal, and race conditioning.

Let us embrace change, new directions and release what no longer serves our highest good and the highest good of those connected to us.

A Course in Miracles guides us to understand this; 'I loose the world from all I thought it was'.

As we let go of all we thought the world was, we too, can let go off who we thought we should be and create ourselves afresh from this moment onwards.

"There is no world apart from what you wish, and herein lies your ultimate release."

- A Course In Miracles

May we each of us have courage to be all that we are in truth.

With my love,

Charlotte xx

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