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Month: December, 2014

On Surrender

Last week I thought it was weakness, a few days ago I realized it is softness and I had surrendered.

I don’t know much, but I know i love God and a few hours ago I prayed and meditated and received God’s Love. The rain, or reign of truth has only just begun in my life.

I feel refreshed after a few months of hardening, of doubting, of fear and addiction- I choose to seek refreshment and my earnest heart was washed.

My Faith is building again- if it isn’t being built, it is being ignored and increasingly irrelevant to how you move through each day.

John 15:16
“You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit–fruit that will last–and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you.”

Lucky number 13.

This post marks a moment in time when I closed the door on the past and again choose to move towards God.  To live up to my potential, my promise, with God’s help, through Her, in Her, of Her.



Why it’s Crucial for Women to Heal the Mother Wound

On womanhood, generational emotional patterns, and injury

Womb Of Light

What many people do not realize is that the core issue at the center of women’s empowerment is the mother wound.


Difficulty and challenges between mothers and daughters are rampant and widespread but not openly spoken about. The taboo about speaking about the pain of the mother wound is what keeps it in place and keeps it hidden in shadow, festering and out of view.

What exactly is the mother wound?

The mother wound is the pain of being a woman passed down through generations of women in patriarchal cultures. And it includes the dysfunctional coping mechanisms that are used to process that pain.

The mother wound includes the pain of:

  • Comparison: not feeling good enough
  • Shame: consistent background sense that there is something wrong with you
  • Attenuation: Feeling you must remain small in order to be loved
  • Persistent sense of guilt for wanting more than you currently have


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