How connected do you feel to your body? To your source of divine energy?
Being disconnected from your body can also create being disconnected from your pleasure and your power. This is a common experience for many women which has to do with how and where you’re raised. Many societies teach girls from a young age, to be disconnected from and feel ashamed of their bodies. Learning how to honor your body as the amazing source of life that it is, increases feelings of self worth and empowerment. Intentionally nourishing a positive relationship with your body, your sensuality and your pleasure, increases self esteem which will ultimately that will inevitably spill over into all aspects of your life.
Today’s Hello Freedom guest is my pal and mentor Regena Thomashauer aka Mama Gena, of Mama Gena’s School of the Womanly Arts. Mama Gena has a new, paradigm shifting book out tomorrow, Pussy: A Reclamation, which is a culmination of her life’s work. It’s about discovering what no one has taught us: the source of our feminine power and how to use it. So many of us are still at war with our bodies, disconnected from the truth about we want in our lives. This book is a light leading us back to our own inherent radiance.
I think you’re going to love what Regena has to say about women, our connection with our sensuality, body, and power, and how to harness it and tap into the resource that we are to the world.
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“It is my conviction that women are the greatest untapped natural resource on this planet. ” – Regena Thomashauer
- Why women are an important resource
- The trouble with language around women’s bodies
- When violence flourishes
- Why women need positive words for their bodies
- The need for women to connect to their pussy
“You can learn just as much about a culture from what it values as from what it ignores.” – Regena Thomashauer
- Why the world needs women to be turned on
- How we can being to create change
- How Regena stays grounded
- The importance of “me time”
“A woman who owns her pussy owns her life.” – Regena Thomashauer
- Get a copy of Pussy: A Reclamation
- Check out The School of Womanly Arts
- Read The Woman I Wanted To Be by Diane von Furstenburg
- Connect with Regena:
“When your pussy is empowered, not only does it impact your sensual life but it impacts your emotional life.” – Regena Thomashauer
*Featured image courtesy of Red Morris