Freedom and the power to act, speak and think as beautiful womenAdele Green
Inner beauty comes from the freedom and power to act, speak and think as beautiful women! You are not born that way. You decide to do it. Getting there is a process and many women experience it deeply inside their relationships. And from this deep desire to live authentically with inner beauty in peace with our soul calling was born conscious relationships.
This article will cover the transformation for women who are often externally beautiful, which attracts those who value it but want to own and will explain why beauty or the women who possess it cannot be:
Overview of this blog:
- The pink elephant of men owning women
- Creating conscious relationships
- 6 Reasons women should and could own their power to be free and equal
The pink elephant in the room is what to do in relationships? I say make them #conscious!
Then address the question that rocks society –
Can a man own a beautiful woman?
She often finds herself the ultimate living trophy for a successful man. How else can he possibly extend his dynasty, other than with the ultimate addition – a beautiful, feminine woman? But can you own anyone? Is this old-school thinking still reserved for the rich? Women who think for themselves, the types that were burnt for being free thinkers not too many eons ago, are like butterflies. They are beautiful and free, soft and elegant and refined, sensitive creatures. These women are radiant and attractive, yet when they are caught in this web of ownership a beautiful butterfly in captivity will wither away.
In this article we will focus on ownership of a human being rather than what makes a women beautiful. And with it comes 6 BRILLIANT REASONS of why freedom is a soul call!
If you want to own your power this is what you need: #Empower #Women #Equality
What is not free will not stay beautiful for long
On my trip to Peru I met Carlos, who owns a butterfly farm. He was truly a unique human being. I was curious as to why and how one farms butterflies. Carlos lived to protect them and to teach people about butterflies. I remember thinking what a unique South American man he was. But, are all men refined enough to understand the needs and dance of the butterfly like Carlos is? For the masculine to evolve and respect feminine radiance, his power to set free what he can own, because a woman is willing, is what human consciousness aspires to.