Oh sacred woman, why do you look outside yourself for validation and satisfaction?
Oh sacred woman, acknowledge yourself and turn your attention to the true contentment that is always available in the silent contemplation of your soul.
Oh embodiment of Goddess, why do you want others to give you what dwells within?
Oh embodiment of Goddess, attach yourself to your own heart and always relate to yourself with love.
Oh divine woman, why do you beg for what is already yours?
Oh divine woman, simply claim your birthright to share abundance by honoring the Earth Mother and connecting with the natural forces that spontaneously give to those who are available to receive.
There is an amazing tool in Ayurveda that not only improves the skin, but can also change the way a woman walks, talks, and carries herself. This tool is called Abhyanga, the term used to describe an Ayurvedic self-oil massage. It is recommended for everyone at any age, from a new born baby to an elderly person. Just 15-20 min of self-oil massage provides a sense of nurturing, grounding, and nourishment for an entire body. By massaging your body with warm oil, you envelope you body in love.
Few people know what an astounding effect it can have on a woman’s beauty. A nervous, stressed out woman hardly ever looks beautiful. But calming, nurturing effect of self-oil massage relaxes the body and has a very calming nurturing effect on the nervous system. Wrinkles smooth out and a sense of peace enters your body with every stroke. Continue reading →
In my previous post I talked about what is lunar energy and why every woman needs to accumulate it. Adopting behavior that increases feminine energy makes a woman happy and satisfied from within. It increase her radiance and beauty to the level that she can share it with others. Feminine lunar energy also:
calms woman’s mind
provides strength and support to all family members
gives her opportunity to create
relaxes and fills her with light from within
regulates hormonal system of a woman
inspires her man
gives her beauty of womanhood that captivates a man so much
Below are some ideas for raising feminine energy, taken from Vedas and adopted to the modern world.
When I started practicing Kundalini Yoga, I began growing my hair. I don’t remember making a special decision about it, but remember that it felt natural and right for the moment. So I just let my hair be and stopped cutting it every month. And as somebody, who always had short haircuts before, and who has long hair now, I must say to all women: your beauty is in your hair. It is your crowning glory as a woman.
Aside from the beauty aspect, kundalini yogis consider long hair a gift of Nature and pay special attention to it. Uncut hair works as a subtle antenna for the body maintaining it’s electromagnetic health. In fact, the hair is so important that the ancient word for consciousness kundalini derives from the word kundal which means “a coil of the beloved’s hair.”