If I had a nickel for every time I heard a woman tell me that she didn’t feel good enough to be part of the “cool-kids club” or the clique du jour, I’d be a rich woman.
We have to look at this and talk about:
a) Is this phenomenon really true?
b) Do we need to perpetuate our feelings of not-enoughness?
c) Can we build safe and sacred community that is free of judgment, cross-talk, exclusionary policies, etc. etc. etc.?
I have much to say on the subject.
Wolf is having none of it. While wolves find instinctual reason to leave their packs and begin their own or join up with other mavericks, this can be done with grace and intention as humans. Wolf medicine and the curriculum we’ll be engaged in starting next week will uncover some of the myths about who we are in community and how to address our deep desire to belong.
I believe that the desire to belong is as strong as our need for food, warmth and shelter.
Leave a comment about your experiences in community which you would like to heal and move forward from and shoot for a seat around the sacred fire under the flap this session + share this link in your special social places. OR, head on over to my Instagram account (@pixielighthorse) and share + tag me and say hello.
Good luck! Awrooooooooo!!
Congratulations to Lakin, Julia, Jen and Meg! Can’t wait to howl it up with you by the fire!