Thank you for making me a woman

Creator, thank you for making me a woman!

A woman who can birth worlds! Realities! Children! Hopes, dreams, possibilities

A woman who can heal herself, transmute emotions, stare into darkness and find the diamonds hidden within.

The woman who can die and be reborn, over and over again

The woman who can rebuild the world with sisters, true and pure

The woman who can see and feel other possibilities, who can foretell the future and visit the past, healing and leaving flowers for herself and others

The woman who dares to remove her mask! To be raw, naked, true, free…to show a new way for the human being!

The powerful powerful woman who has remained hidden and is ready to rise!

Happy international women’s day! Women, it is our time! I believe in you my beloved sisters. The world needs us: balanced, healed, whole…we can do this.

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Doing the shadow work and facing the dark feminine

Earlier this week I was part of a video chat with my spiritual sisterhood to talk about what it means to face the dark feminine energy and do shadow work. You can watch our video here!

What is the dark feminine? She’s the shadow side of our authentic being which is a body of light, and thus she is very powerful… that is, until we bring her into our conscious awareness. The moment you bring it forward—no cover ups!—is the moment the dark feminine loses any grip on you!

Being a woman in patriarchy is being raised to be the dark feminine… if you go for the programming that is. We are told to be “nice” girls, to sit pretty and keep our mouth shut. (Keep things hidden… engage in cover-ups.) We are raised to be copy cats in every way—the dark feminine can’t be original. She’s afraid of walking her own path. Think about the schooling you may have experienced if you grew up in the United States: copy this art project exactly! Follow this way of thinking exactly! OBEY!

The dark feminine loves gossip, she has low self esteem and envies others. She’s obsessed with the world of form and identifies with it. She doesn’t see herself as sacred. She manipulates through her sexuality. She believes she has no power and is a victim. She runs to the system to protect her and she thrives in white supremacy.

Think of the darkness the United States was founded on: take what isn’t yours and then co-opt their traditions and beliefs as your own, as long as it doesn’t disrupt notions of whiteness and capitalism.

The dark feminine doesn’t believe in true sisterhood. She tears it down. She’s afraid to be herself and trust other women. And yet there are no feminine ways without the sisterhood… so we must work together to heal ourselves and our sisterhood to understand that another way is possible.

Take a look at our video if you are interested in learning more about understanding and transmuting this energy. If you want to learn more about our sisterhood, visit Magdalas.com.