Did you know that connecting with your feminine side on a daily basis can actually make your life easier, more enjoyable and more productive? Now, this is something you might have never heard of…it is so true!
In our busy lives nowadays, priorities have changed big time for us women. Most of us run out the door in the morning, without even thinking too much, only focusing in the full day that awaits us. I started noticing this phenomenon in the beginning of my career as a skin therapist in New York City, when my clients complained about their skin was breaking out, they felt exhausted and some could not even look at themselves in the mirror or be bothered to even think about taking care of themselves
The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the- scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel. – Steven Furtick
It has been referred to as FakeBook. It is not that the pictures and posts we see are not real; it is the stories and assumptions we make about those pictures and posts, are not.
Case in point…
I recently saw a picture posted in my newsfeed. It was an engagement photo of a couple who had married about 6 months prior. Immediately I heard my mind think “They must have the best relationship,” in a woe is me sort of tone.
I am the worst offender when it comes to the following issue. It can literally break up any kind of relationship. It can harm the relationship you have with your man, mother, father, sibling, or friend.
A couple of weeks back, my husband (Hemal) and I had a squabble. This is how it went down…
Charm is a very subtle quality, one that is not often emphasized or seen in the West as compared to Eastern traditions. In ancient times, women radiated charm and grace because they were so connected to their feminine life force.
When I think of charm, I think back to the Geisha’s and Temple dancers of India, the women who learned the feminine arts. These were the arts of subtlety, of mystery, of seduction, that stemmed from a place of great inner confidence and love. (more…) read more →
What does beauty mean to you? It is a powerful question, a question that one of my teachers asked me recently. I had to really think about this one, and I am still thinking about it.
I realized that my conception and standard of beauty was quite narrow, narrow in the sense that it fit into a box or standards that I have fed into by society. Because in reality, beauty is not narrow at all, beauty does not fit nor come in a box.