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Beyond Words: Divine Energy Explored with Angela Robson

Posted by Janelle Carriere on

Beyond Words: Divine Energy Explored with Angela Robson

In this weeks Lifestyle Chat Sunday Series, we were joined by Angela Robson of Fuzion Life, talking all things Divine Energy and the harmony and balance we strive to discover and explore between our masculine and feminine. Throughout the month of October we are looking at, exploring, and contemplating the Divine energy, Goddess rising, and the Divine Feminine…We asked Angela to join us and tell us about herself, her perceptions of working with the Divine Feminine, and going beyond words. About Angela Angela was a natural born intuitive, always listening to guidance and staying very connected. This was something that continued to...

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Allowing Our Inner Goddess to Rise in Ocotober

Posted by Monika Meulman on

Allowing Our Inner Goddess to Rise in Ocotober

What does it mean to allow your inner Goddess to rise? Honouring our inner Goddess and allowing her to rise means that we're inviting our hearts, the warmth, kindness, and compassion of who we are to unfurl and rise slowly into our conscious world. Of course... this can be quick and fast, and some people might describe this as their kundalini awakening. (According to Tantra, kundalini energy rests like a coiled serpent at the base of the spine. When this dormant energy flows freely upward through the seven chakras and leads to an expanded state of consciousness, it's known as a kundalini...

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October Goddess Love Celebration

Posted by Monika Meulman on

October Goddess Love Celebration

What is a goddess? Historians of ancient times believe that the first goddess on the documented social scene was from Sumeria, back in the times of 4000BCE. Inanna, as she is known, is referenced as being powerful, aware and embodied inner strength and knowing. Inanna is always depicted as a young woman, never as mother or faithful wife, who is fully aware of her feminine power and confronts life boldly without fear of how she will be perceived by others, especially by men. source – www.ancient.eu/Inanna/ Since she was originally thought to be the goddess of agriculture and the lands, it...

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