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How Can Tapping Into Your Feminine Energy Change Your Life?

by in Podcast on 9th July, 2020

When you hear the term ‘feminine energy’, what do you think about?

Do you think about beauty routines? Certain mannerisms? How about specific interests or hobbies?

Well it turns out it can be some of those things, but it’s actually a lot more than that too, and the term ‘energy’ here has a lot more to do with the psyche than it has to do with an invisible force.

A simple google of the term refers to feminine energy as a specific set of traits, opposite to those associated with masculine energy, and while masculine energy is often associated with action, goal setting and achievement, there’s still a lot of confusion about what feminine energy is and how tapping into it can be the most powerful thing you can do for yourself.

In this episode of WFH podcast (dubbed Wellness From Home for this themed episode), Selina, Sara and Nafisa come together to catch up on how they’ve been interacting with wellness over the course of the week.

Nafisa’s talking about the power of visualisation (brown paper project?) and Aphantasia (the inability to visualise) and inspired by the incredible Angelica Lindsey-Ali, Selina’s talking about how she’s changing up her routine to re-claim some of that feminine energy. Serendipitously, Sara catches the ladies up on the cult classic read ‘Women Who Run with Wolves’, which in detail discusses the female psyche and how to dig up those bones…

You can find the wonderful Angelica Lindsey-Ali here and Sara’s book here!

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