In honor of embracing our true desires, of shining in our feminine genius, and showing the world what we're really capable of...I hereby grant us permission to feel our feelings - all of them.
Let go of the bill of goods we’ve been sold:
“Don’t be sad”
“Don’t be frustrated”
“Don’t be angry”
The world tells us to put on a happy face and suppress everything else.
The masculine party line to suppress emotions is toxic if we want to live authentically in our feminine. Why? Because our emotions are our compass. Our emotions tell us when we are on track or off. Feelings alert us that we have wounds to heal, or that we are out of alignment with our purpose.
In this video, I share about the importance of grieving losses and about how in the feminine we work in cycles, not on a linear path. Our wounds can require continual processing, and we serve our souls to move through our difficult feelings every time. Losses 30 years ago can impact us today and show us that a next layer of letting go will help us turn into the person we most want to become.
Because we don’t know how to grieve well, we need role models. Right now we can look to Instagram to Dr. Laura Berman, author of Quantum Love, who is sharing daily posts about her grief process around the recent death of her son Sammy. She is teaching in a relatable and compassionate and healthy way how to process the difficult emotions surrounding loss and separation from our loved ones. When we allow grief to flow through us courageously as she is, we restore ourselves to wholeness that allows us to remember who we really are and why we are here.
About the Author
Hi I'm Gina Marotta and I can help you understand and fully shine in your feminine genius. As a spiritual guru and business coach, I serve from extensive study in the divine feminine, as well as 20+ years experience as a leader in multiple industries. Professionally I have worked as a lawyer, a nonprofit managing director, and an entrepreneur, and I bring all that experience and wisdom to you. You will also find me quoted and interviewed often as a career expert in media outlets like Thrive Global, The Huffington Post, American Bar Association Magazine, Barron's Next Magazine, and WGN Radio.