The other day, my newly 15 year-old daughter was waiting at the bus-stop to go meet some friends.
As she reported back to me later on, a car drove by and a man motioned out of the window as if to say "call me!"
And then shortly after that, two slightly older school boys came up to her and one said: "are you today's date? Because you're a 5 out of 10." (It was October 5th)
My daughter felt weird about both of these experiences and I can totally understand why. As a tende
I was discussing this recently with a female client, who did not feel feminine and wanted to connect more fully with her Feminine essence. She mentioned qualities such as grace, being pretty, flowing dresses and a sense of ease in the body. I wondered where, here, the imagined or culturally conditioned notion of femininity intersected with the actual felt sense of a woman deeply connected to her true nature. There is a big difference. If I look around me, there are many women