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Feminine February Recap – Visualization and the Way We Feel

So, Feminine February has come to an end. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to take daily photos of my outfits, but I wore skirts all month long! I went on an impromptu trip back home to Los Angeles where I definitely got sidetracked and didn’t keep up with it as much as I would’ve like, but keeping the concept of Feminine February in my mind definitely allowed me to hold a space for that caring, compassionate energy. There were a couple hiccups here and there, times where I wish I would’ve been softer and kinder; and now that I’ve come out of those experiences and realigned my masculine and feminine energies through mediation and self-love practices, I feel more capable of making those changes stick.

One of the things I mentioned in my Feminine February video was about giving life. Obviously cis gendered men can’t carry a child inside of their bodies, but they can manifest / create life in different ways. For instance, I talk about manifesting and visualization. This is a way for all of us to be nurturers and lovers – we are simply nurturing and loving our energies and the energies of those around us, of the collective,  and of the energies of Mother Earth. Check out my latest video on how we can focus on what we feel in order to get the things that we want and desire. Also, check out the journal prompt to get your desires onto paper!

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