Happy International Superwoman/Warrior/Weary Queen/Just Regular, Messed up, Beautiful Woman's Day!

As we stand. Or sit. Or lay still buried, deep under the covers. Triumphant we are today. Today we get to boldly celebrate the achievements of the few that have paved the roads for the rest of us. Today we get to celebrate the atomic actions of the many that have paved the way for the few who shine the brightest. We're all kicking ass, because we wake up every day and we do the very best we can. Some days that's not much, but some days it's the very essence of what makes for a beautiful, powerfully meaningful life for ourselves and the people we most love.

My sister Janine is currently deep in the study of what is natural to our femininity and what is a result of so many thousands of years of conditioning. And it's a fascinating world

, still unknown, still ripe for everything we think we know to be proven different as the lens on the past changes.

As women in 2022 the world needs our light. And our dark. We get to be here, witnesses and participants and drivers to a great shift in consciousness around the value and potential and worth of being a woman in a world that has historically been led and built and managed by men. It is a privilege, I think, to live in a time when our near ancestry went from being women who were miserably undervalued in society as a norm, to a time when we are, through sheer will and resilience and wisdom, changing the way women are being defined and treated and valued. Though, in solidarity, we are far from done.

I often say to my clients who feel overwhelmed and helpless and tired of everything feeling to heavy and hard and unfair, something along the lines of; Well, it seems then, the only solution to this particular problem, is to remember that we are so very meaningless. So much so that it's hard to even conceptualize! Each of us will live some years and then we'll die and soon be forgotten by all the billions who will come after us - we occupy less than a negligible space and time in the grand history of this infinite galaxy we live in. We're a spec of dust on a spec of dust.

And then, just as my client is about to get up and leave my office, I offer that we are also the ONLY thing that matters in this whole universe. Our feelings, our actions and our life is central to every star in the sky, every life that will ever walk this planet. It's true. I can prove it. And every vibration you create in this universe will last an eternity. It matters so much. So much. Both are exactly true at exactly the same time. So loosen up, have some fun and make the best of it! You are here to enjoy yourself, to love as much as you can and cause as little harm as you can and do what you love and what makes you smile as often as you possibly can.

What we do know is in our bones, and our hearts and our bodies and our minds and our life force. Celebrate yourself today. Celebrate your body and your vagina and your shape and your hair and your vibe and your voice and your desires. Share it here if you would be so brave! :)

Here are a few fun facts to leave you with on March 8th - International Woman's Day! Let the nurture/nature discussion carry on! :)

1) The two highest IQ scores in recorded history belong to women.

2) A woman’s clitoris grows throughout her lifetime. This means that many women in their forties and fifties have stronger orgasms than they did during their teens and twenties.

3) In Greek mythology, the first god to be born after Chaos (the first element to exist) was a woman named Gaia, or MotherEarth. Gaia, without assistance from a male god, then birthed Uranus, (the sky) the mountains, and Pontus (the sea).

4) Although male brains are 9% larger than female brains, both have the same amount of brain cells. The brain cells in women merely pack together more densely.

5) In Japan, around A.D. 1000, a woman published the world’s first novel, The Tale of Genji.

6) Women, even from infancy, are generally more interested in facial expressions, emotional tones in voices, and non-verbal cues than men.

7) The anterior cingulate cortex, the part of the brain that weighs options when making a decision, is larger in women than in men.

8) Women tend to talk more than men do. A recent study shows that women say, on average, 13,000 more words per day than men.

9) On average, women live 2–5 years longer than men, a fact which holds true in every country in the world. This isn’t limited to human beings; female orangutans and chimpanzees also outlive their male counterparts.

10) And, as if we didn't know this already: women have more taste buds than men.

Enjoy this beautiful day Ladies! Stay inspired and let me know if you are starting a particularly womanized atomic habit!! :)

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