17 Mar Celebrate Being A Woman
Pathwaves founder, G. Cole, has been counseling clients on improving their lives since 2002. Working with people from all backgrounds during this time has allowed him to expand his professional insights and abilities far beyond his personal experiences. This, in turn, has greatly improved the products and services Pathwaves offers.
One pervasive underlying theme we see with our clients is a degrading opinion of self. Often this is a result of real world experiences, influenced by survival instincts.
Tribal Instincts And Sense Of Self
Homo sapiens are fear-based pack animals (see the book Sapiens by Yaval Noah Harari for reference). Human packs are called tribes.
You’ll find that most issues in the world today stem from overactive tribal instincts. The purpose of these instincts is to keep you in the middle or front of the tribe. Accordingly, they continually signal you with information about how you fit in the tribe; if you are in danger from not fitting in the tribe (if you are being respected or if you may be abandoned), and what to do to attain better placement in the tribe.
The result is people treating others in ways that push them down in the hierarchy. This in turn causes “tribal warfare” between you and other members of the tribe or with members of “other” tribes, with”other” referring to anybody who does not fit into your personal opinion of your tribe.
It is amazing what people do to “other” people in order to “be” better than them, and women are often the victims of this dynamic. The feeling of not being safe or good enough is pervasive, with these feelings often having been created by direct or even indirect mistreatment.
Celebrate Being A Woman
The Pathwaves “Celebrate Being a Woman” session was created specifically to help women transcend the tribal instincts surrounding being a woman, and celebrate who they truly are while at the same time self-direct themselves to who they want to be.
The foundation for the session goes like this:
- Celebrate being a woman who believes it is right and good that she is a woman. A woman who honors her experiences and tells her stories. A woman who refuses to carry the sins of others within her body and life.
- Celebrate being a woman who believes she is good. A woman who trusts and respects herself.
- Celebrate being a woman who has acknowledged the past’s influence in the present. A woman who has walked through her past and who has healed or is healing in the present.
- Celebrate being a woman who authors her own life. A woman, who exerts, initiates and moves on her own behalf. A woman who refuses to surrender except to her truest self and her wisest voice.
- Celebrate being a woman in love with herself and her body. A woman who believes her body is enough, just as it is, who celebrates her body, its rhythms and cycles as an exquisite resource.
- Celebrate being the woman who honors the face of a goddess in her changing face. A woman who celebrates the accumulation of her years and her wisdom. Who refuses to use precious energy disguising the changes in her body and life.
- Celebrate being a woman who values intelligence, genuineness, love, compassion and other women in her life. A woman who is reminded of the truth about herself when she forgets or finds herself temporarily at a loss.
- Celebrate the undeniable truth that YOU ARE this woman. And do not ever forget that you get to live this life. So honor and enjoy your attributes rather than taking them for granted!
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