Divining the Sacred Embrace

Embracing the Divine Feminine, you have probably heard that expression.  I know I have, it is what brought me here. Still the universe continues to remind me to pay attention, and enfold the greater me.

To slow, soak in, and evoke that luscious consciousness of my spiritual being.

Divining is also about intuition, diving into to the divine pool.

Divine Feminine Jog

But embracing that Feminine of the Divine persuasion is no easy task, for a good girl type, like me.  As much as I lean in, there is more to lean in to.  It is no accident that I teach women to embrace their sacred space within. Hopefully they are inspired enough to create a physical space for themselves in the mortal layers of life, as a reminder, and a mentor.  Embracing that feminine as if in a deep hug with heart.

I think we forget those buried inner teachings, and the hugeness of our souls in our rush to fit in and be accepted. Your voice needs expression to find trust. My invisibility shield was raised to anything that resembled surrender, more times than I remember, and that meant inner shrinking and outer silence.

Last weekend, I was reminded that I had called in the change, which is why I can feel myself shifting on a cellular level, growing more at ease with who I am in the Divine sense.  Of course there is still resistance on the human level.  I hesitate to talk about this sacred stuff because I don’t want to brag about how powerful I am in the arms of divine embrace (and that we are all powerful when we are empowered) or expose myself to ridicule.

Memories from this life and past lives, of being ridiculed crowd in. (yes I believe we have souls that shift through lives – I am an Akashic Reader after all),  A visceral experience of literally being dragged off the stage, when sharing a profound truth I had discovered.  Here I am back on stage, sharing, and honestly I can no longer worry about being ridiculed.  That fear won’t save me or bring me to honor the divine within.

Wendy House Dreams

My Wendy House I loved playing in as a young girl

I used to want to be a normal everyday woman, like many women I apparently see.  Now I am good with just being me.  Slowly veils have lifted, and I am in my Goddess Cocoon, merging with my bigger self, feeling liberated and invigorated.

Being easy with the inner Divine requires openness, and I know first hand, it is a challenge that can strike fear to the core.   When I go into my Records and ask my Akashic Masters why I feared to speak my truth, they show me pictures of being tortured for doing just that, till I feared the pain, more than the freedom. Luckily my Masters have lovingly healed much of that anguish, and soothe my human being. My heart pounds with what I have long identified as fear, and now see with gratitude and grace as Hope.

Yes, I can crawl under a rock and die a little more each day, but where would the Divine be in that?   What is being feminine after all?  My version has an expansive heart, a boatload of compassion to help us rejoice in gifts we have come bearing.  A table groaning with more than enough to go around, and genuine celebration for exactly who we are. Every one of us.  She has no illusions or expectations, only love. I want to be that woman.  Living in beauty and divine feminine energy, comfortable, creative, and grounded.  Good with whatever shows up, ready to dance in the silver lining.

What do you think? Do you embrace the divine feminine?  How does she show up for you?

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Joie de Vivre,

Jen

 

 

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Divining the Sacred Embrace — 16 Comments

  1. Namaste Jen! Thank you for your lovely post on what courage it takes to “come out” when we carry deep memories of being punished for our thoughts, words, and ideas. You’re not alone on your path to feeling freedom in expressing your wisdom and truth.

    I was just listening to the poet David Whyte who touched on exactly this topic. He said (in a much more poetic way than this) that we must make peace with that part of ourselves that knows there can be ridicule and judgment when we choose to rise above the horizon and show who we really are to the world.

    I stand behind you and support you in continuing to speak your divine truth, which has a valid and important place in this world.

    • Dear Christina, thank you for your encouraging words. I am so delighted and deeply grateful to have amazing women like you on the path with me.
      David Whyte sounds amazing, I must go listen. I love the idea of making peace with ridicule and judgement, it feels truly empowering. Thank you for standing behind me and and at my side. You can count on me to be your champion on this blessed journey to freedom. Namaste to you.

  2. Truly a beautiful tribute to the Divine Feminine Being in each of us (men and women). I really resonated with so much of what you presented here… most especially keeping my authentic voice silenced for many years out of fear. And, I’ll admit that sometimes I do look at that “rock” and think… yep, I’ll just crawl under there… or go back to my “old ways” for the sake of safety. But, I know that is NOT the life I am meant to live this time around and the uncomfortable moments of insecurity will pass as I embrace my Divine value and express my voice.

    Thank you for this beautiful post!

    • Dear Loreen, thank you for your support and appreciation. I am so glad you resonated. Those fears do have a way of squashing our self expression and yes those rocks feel so familiar and comfortable. So glad you are following your path.

  3. “Inner shrinking and outer silence” – what a beautiful and forceful expression. Your entire voice comes through so powerfully and vibrantly, Jen, it’s hard to imagine you shrinking into silence. But that makes your message all the more meaningful. You do understand the ways in which we abandon ourselves at the same time that we yearn for voice, for the divine, for our power as women. Thank you, ad always, for your wisdom and encouragement.

    • Thank you Judy. I so appreciate your depth of connection and your share about my voice. Yes it was not always this way. I agree totally and resonate with your lovely profound phrase “we abandon ourselves at the same time that we yearn for voice, for the divine, for our power as women.” Yes yes and yes again. I am privileged to have you along for the ride.

    • Dear Kimberly, thank you so much for those heartfelt words. So glad that The Divine Feminine walks with you every step. The only way to live in joy. xo

  4. Hi Jen,

    What a lovely post! It is so beautiful how you describe the soul’s history and evolution and delve into why you feared to speak out for so long. Veeery moving. But I’m very happy that you’ve overcome your tormentors and those who pushed you off stage. Now you do have the upper hand, as we’re moving into the age of the feminine!

    • Thank you dear Karo for your kind expressive words. I am happy too to have overcome, and have this chance to climb back on a stage of my own making. Yes isnt it extraordinary and brilliant to be moving into this age?

  5. Love this To slow, soak in, and evoke that luscious consciousness of my spiritual being. I have slowed and take more time each day to tend my spiritual being. I used to feel i didn’t have time know i know it is empowering me to more forward fearlessly
    Namaste xx

    • Dear Susie, so glad to hit a chord and that you have slowed to tend your spiritual being. That is beautiful indeed,as well as your truth of being empowered to move forward fearlessly. Incredible what the Divine will offer freely when we slow enough to accept it all. Namaste to you my friend.

  6. I’m looking to replenish my table of me this coming year, by letting go of that which takes (and I allowed to take for the last few years) but doing it slowly. Thank you for the reminder to embrace myself; something busy mums of young kids (like me!) forget to do 😉

    • Dear Louise so happy you are slowly replenishing your table. And yes it is extremely important, especially for busy mums who need me time the most. Much love.

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