In the many faces of the Divine Feminine, we have goddesses that function as archetypes, deities and higher energies to love, protect, heal and guide us in our own unique path. There are the well-known Hindu goddesses Durga, Kali, Lakshmi and Saraswati. There is the Buddhist goddess Tara with several representations; with green and white being the most commonly known Tara(s). There is the adoring Christian goddess Mother Mary. And, one of my favorites is the Greek goddess Hekate.
Yoga and meditation are powerful forces; they hold their own independent spiritual authority and joined together they are a dynamic duo of spiritual practices abound.
The majority of us have at some point attached deep admiration to someone outside of ourselves, perhaps so much so that the awareness and connection to your own admirable qualities was lost or forgotten. The good news is as women devoted to our Spiritual Awakening, we have an opportunity to remember who we are.
I reflected on many occasions where I essentially conquered an impressive “to do” list with great success; yet collapsed in bed with exhaustion, body pain and negative thoughts. How was a passionate and seasoned yogini living in such a state of being? I sense I am not alone. Some of us souls have sought and realized this balance, some of us are aware and striving to break the cycle, and some of us are still suffering. So, what can we do? I offer you 3 simple ways to break the spin cycle and bring balance into your life.