A Feminine Approach to Health and Wellness

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It’s time for a feminine approach to health and wellness. Ever feel like you’d like to ditch your running “to-do” list, let go a little, and have a bit more self-trust? So many of my clients feel burnt out and uninspired by the notion of following through with conventional health and wellness advice. But what if there was another way? In this video, I take you behind the scenes and share some of what I’ve been exploring in my life and business and how it might relate to you and your wellness.

Here’s the video that’s going to help you feel the way you want to feel.

A Feminine Approach to Health and Wellness

Consider this…

We live in a world where masculine energy is abundant and valued. Where, in order to be successful, one needs to be constantly setting goals, knocking tasks off their lists, and aiming to always be better than before. This isn’t necessarily bad or wrong, but can lead to a whole host of distressing symptoms if not balanced. Why is it, in this world, that DOING is valued more than BEING? That the brain is honoured more than the body? And that science trumps spirit?

It’s time to embrace the feminine energy that’s within us all.

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Lindsay Landry August 18, 2016, 7:15 pm

I’m just wondering where you got the concept that doing, acheiving, and striving are masculine qualities and that being is feminine? Although I agree with your overall message, I think the presentation is confusing. It’s been my experience that we ladies are very caught up in doing, acheiving and striving while spending no time slowing to embrace the present. This pattern that many of us experience does not need a gender attached to it. We also all have the capacity to change, slow down and be awake/aware. I think I was triggered by that;) xo
Thanks!

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worthyandwell August 25, 2016, 10:35 am

Hi Lindsay! Thanks so much for your comment – I totally get where you are coming from. I used to be triggered by words “feminine and masculine” too. In the personal development/spirituality world, conversation about masculine and feminine energy abound. Not to be mistaken for male or female. Males have feminine energy and females have masculine energy. I do believe we are talking about the same thing. Ultimately, it doesn’t matter what labels you use. I agree we ALL have the capacity to change, slow down, and be awake/aware – male or female. Appreciate your words! xo

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