Creating Healthy Boundaries
This week there seems to be a real softness or gentleness that needs be expressed in regards to yourself empowerment.
Are you feeling a little vulnerable or bombarded by demands from others?
Do you feel sad or like you just want to curl up in a ball and say… just leave me alone for a little while, I’ll come back to that when Im feeling a little stronger?
And I want to tell you to honour that softness and gentleness, honour your vulnerability.
Your vulnerability is actually one of your Power aspects.
As when you become brave to show your vulnerability it gives others permission to be open to their own and to share as well.
This helps create an expansion of awareness, of holding space for another and permission to accept what isn’t ‘perfect’
And this leads on the Red Suva.
Red Suva is indicating there may be challenges in regards to relationships, whether this is friends, family or partner, which may be testing your self-worth or self-empowerment at the moment.
Or maybe you have got a new found awareness of how you ‘sit’ within the power plays of friendship and relationships.
Red Suva is asking you to be gentle with yourself and your circumstances. Sometimes when you are dealing with a challenging relationship circumstance you can feel ‘battered and bruised’. Egos are hit, your power centres take a battering (solar plexus and sacral chakra) and you may be confused, angry, disappointed or misunderstood.
Its time to take a bit of a breather from this situation.
Regain your centre again and sit with all of these emotions within your body and see how they feel.
If forgiveness, compromise and communication is something that is possible or feels right then step into that when you feel strong to deal with this.
But if it feels like you and your worth are being compromised; what cost is it to you?
How is that affecting your self-worth, power and energy?
Do you feel drained, tired, resentment within the exchanged between you?
Relationship dynamics play a huge role in regards to reflecting how you sit with your sense of worth and this week maybe stretching this for you.
Wisteria then comes into the reading and starts to play with your sensuality, but also your ‘woman-ness’ and how you can comfortably feel powerful within your relationship with other women.
This is a huge lesson currently surfacing for so many people.
We have gone from Red Suva… and diving deeper with that in regards to how you feel self-empowered when you are around other women.
So how do you feel being around other women?
Are you fearful of showing your power?
Do you see an abuse of power within your sisterhood?
Is there bitchiness?
Or a feeling of ‘duty’ just because you are friends?
It’s time that the new paradigm starts to filter through all your friendships.
The new paradigm of raising each woman up and not hating-on her.
See her for her own sense of worth.
If you can’t see worth or are fearful of other women how the hell are you going to recognise this in yourself?
And its also acknowledging the beauty within the Divine Feminine. The beauty that as a woman you have flexibility with the way you can enhance your power…and that is with the ability to be vulnerable and powerful at the same time.
Within your feminine there is power.
No more… ‘girls are weak chuck, them in the creek.’
And here is Flannel Flower sitting over the spread and is softly and gently reminding you of creating healthy boundaries.
This is within your friendships, your relationships and within your Divine Feminine.
If you look closely at Flannel Flower you can see how soft and tactile she is. It is called Flannel Flower for a reason.
Soft, intimate, delicate but with a nice strong clear definition of each petal and its stance.
Flannel Flower is asking you to gain some balance between compromise and communication but telling you to also not to take any shit either.
When your boundaries are blurred it also means your Power is burry.
You don’t know what is yours and what is theirs.
You become unsure of yourself in situations and this leads to handing your power over to someone else. Being taken advantage of, used and at the end of the day exhausted and drained.
When you create your strong boundaries this not only benefits you and your sense of self worth but also the other person.
If that person has a tendency to want to take Power off others then that only means that they may not feel powerful within themselves.
So setting nice clear boundaries also allows the other person to find the power within them, to deal with their own circumstances.
Its a win – win really.
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