Cherish the Spark
Throughout the ages, women have been required to be, and not to be, many things.
As a little girl I was required to be quiet, demure, pretty, delicate, polite, obedient, sweet, helpful and subservient to boys. I was required not to be boisterous, loud, demanding, “too brave”, muddy, fascinated, curious, wild, angry or self-sufficient…(read blog)
Being a woman can be an endless, glorious adventure, but before we can truly celebrate our gender, we often need to undo the conditioning that has diluted us through many years of trying to be what others have required of us.
Woman Undiluted offers workshops, courses and individual coaching/transpersonal therapy to women who are ready to encounter and embrace their authentic, undiluted selves, and begin the celebration.
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