A Powerful Woman Should Not Be Cause for Jealousy…She is the Proof You’ve Been Looking For

A powerful woman should not be cause for jealousy or mistrust in other women.

Look again, She is proof.

She is showing you that you too can come out the other side.

Walking through the fire produces strength, courage and beauty.

What? You thought she just happened to turn out this way?

That she didn’t fight, fail, lose, have her heartbroken, endure stolen promises, see her dreams shatter, and find her grace?

Did you look at her; all “put together” – successful, courageous, grounded in her truth and think “she’s lucky her life is so easy, she has no idea what it’s like to be me”?

A powerful woman is the evidence you’ve been looking for.

That the hardest life experiences can unite us with our deepest inner fire. We come to a point where there are only two options; change or stay the same.

Never assume someone who seems to have it all hasn’t seen darkness. There is almost always a rites of passage to be walked through before we step into our purpose.

She had to work hard, she had to battle her own demons and come out the other side.

If only you could feel the pain she embraced and see the tears she wept while she slowly found her strength to become all she was meant to be, you wouldn’t feel a twinge of envy in your body.

Because that woman is living, breathing proof that it does get better.

She is a mirror of your own inner potential. She is a silent whisper; “you can be that powerful too”.

 

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Sheleana is the Founder and Visionary of Rising Woman. She is a Conscious Relationship and Spiritual Psychology writer, the Co-Founder of an 8-Week Online Program called Heal Your Relationships and the Co-Author of the Mystic Moon Guide. Sheleana spent 4 years as an apprentice in transpersonal therapy, depth psychology, and shadow work with a Spiritual teacher and went on to Co-Facilitate women's groups and Conscious Relationship workshops. Together with her husband Ben, she continues to explore and learn with elder teachers such as John & Julie Gottman and Harville Hendrix. You can find her personal writing at @SheleanaAiyana on Instagram.
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