Why is it that we hide and hold back? When our inner wisdom whispers, or screams, at us to step forward, be more visible, speak up, be a force for change, give our great work, be seen in new ways that can feel vulnerable… why can even the most courageous confident woman hold back, procrastinate, distract herself with busyness, and any other of a myriad of strategies we employ that keeps us smaller than we are and less seen that we need to be? How can we tap into an access our feminine power?
Why are we seeing women who have remained silent for years after being assaulted, harassed, or discriminated against finally feeling like they can step forward and tell the truth?
How can we believe in our feminine power, feel powerful in many ways, yet hold back from speaking up or stepping out?
There are real reasons we distract and sabotage ourselves from stepping out and giving our sacred work in new ways, speaking our truth or wisdom or making an offering that feels vulnerable or risky.
There are real reasons strong women choose silence over speaking up and out. Or putting themselves out there as voices of wisdom and another way to live and operate.
And there ways we can support each other – men and women – to step out now at a time when the world needs our voice, our story, our wisdom and our innate power to gather other women together to make powerful shift happen. And to do so with compassion and courage, supported and seen, to be part of the elevation of this world into a more sane, sustainable, sacred, loving place.
When women come together in sisterhood, not to fight against something, but to stand for something, our courage rises, we stop hiding & holding back and big shift happens. @ChristineArylo (Click to Tweet!)
And in this Feminine Power Time, Christine Arylo, with a special guest, opens up a provoking conversation to explore what keeps women from stepping forward to be more visible and seen, including:
- Illuminate the reasons behind why women hide and hold back that most people don’t talk about – but would serve all women to know.
- Feminine Fear – what it is, how it works and how the collective fear of women being persecuted for being powerful and having wisdom still affects us today
- How we stop ourselves from putting our work, thoughts, offerings out there because we short circuit ourselves … and yogic and feminine wisdom to just get started, even if it’s not perfect.
- Why we shrink from our feminine power and powerful presence and what we need to step forward with courage and wisdom.
- The new model for creating and making our offerings and doing our sacred work in the world that requires us to stop isolating and start creating in collaboration.
Christine Arylo, MBA, is a women’s leadership advisor, transformational teacher and best selling author who works with women to make shift happen – in the lives they lead, the work they do, and the impact they desire to make. Marrying 20 years of business experience with 15 years of feminine & yogic wisdom training, Arylo illuminates how to lead and live a different way, the “feminine way” – professionally successful, internally empowered, and personally sustainable and satisfying. A powerful mentor and teacher known for her ability to translate deep wisdom into practical super powers, her programs on intuition, feminine power, and cultivating resilience, self-love and courage have reached over 35,000 students worldwide. She’s committed to working with emerging and established women leaders to awaken their full power and presence to lead the world and those they love and lead to more a more sustainable, compassionate and equitable world for all. Arylo is known for her powerful and real presence that inspires personal and social transformation. And for her stand for sisterhood and what is possible when women come together, drop their masks, speak from their hearts and truly support each other. Christine currently lives on an island off the coast of Seattle, where she is working on her fourth book: “Overwhelmed and Over It: Why It’s Not Your Fault and How to Find the Power To Change It.” Learn more about Christine at www.ChristineArylo.com and learn more about her Feminine Power Time Podcast at www.FemininePowerPodcast.com.