The Wild Woman : Goddess Archetype
The Wild Woman may spend time outside in nature. You may see her walking barefoot upon the earth, dancing naked in the forest, singing to the trees, howling at the moon, getting real dirty, making sweet conversation with her yoni, or listening to her womb. You may see her gathering wood and carrying water. You may see her gathering women of all paths and stirring the cauldron that boils. You may see her planting seeds, whispering ancient songs to the flower beings, harvesting to make medicine for the people. You may see her creating, playing, devoting to something that FREES her and liberates her. You may see her stepping up and speaking out and telling everyone to fall back and kiss her round ass. You may see her cooking in the kitchen, making potions that’ll heal you. You may see her on the train, on a plane, or riding the bus - pay close attention, she is there. You may see her when you look in the mirror. You may see her at the bank or walking down the aisle of a grocery store. The Wild Woman is a passionate woman. She is a Challenger and a Warrior. She is an Outcast, Viewed by mainstream society as a rebel or a witch. She cycles with phases of the Moon and is thirsty for the Divine Feminine Awakening. She is a sacred women. She is a spiritual Woman. She is unorthodox.Hey Wild Woman
How could your life benefit from more eccentric, wild, don't-need-validation attitude?
What in your life is waiting to be born? What are you ready to bring into this world?
What in your life needs to die? What are you preparing to release from this world?
Words : Priestess Jedaya Barboza
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