The Modern Awakened Woman

“A woman in harmony with her spirit is like a river flowing. She goes where she will without pretense and arrives at her destination, prepared to be herself and only herself.”

—Maya Angelou

What does it mean to be an Awakened Woman?

The Awakened Woman is not a new concept in humanity, however, is an old conversation that is now once again being discussed.

An Awakened Woman is attuned with themselves and the world around them.  They recognize their soul’s true path and follow it until its end journey. They are not followers, but leaders in creating change in an egocentric world dominated by masculine energy. They are the movers and the shakers who step outside the predesigned notion that women can only be one way and to be anything else is seen as taboo.

When we seek to awaken the feminine energy that resides in each and every one of us, we are not only becoming more of who we really are, we are paying tribute to the medicine woman, the sages, seers, and oracles who came before us.  They were the matriarchs of forgotten tribes, warrior queens long gone, and the midwives who offered healing advice and delivered babes around the world. Even in the last 200 years, Awakened Women across the globe gathered their courage and fought for equality. They were told they could not have a voice, and instead of sitting down, these women stood up.  They fought for the right to vote, full education, and workers’ rights.  They believed that women should receive medical treatment without their father’s or husband’s consent, acquire loans, and equal pay.  They were the trailblazers of their generation and the generations yet to come. 

Although not all these issues have been addressed in every country or in every society, it is because of these remarkable women that each generation has taken up the banner to create a society where “All men and women are created equal”.

Were These Women Just Born Awakened?

No! No one is just born awakened. They were just born, the same as you or me! These women came from all different backgrounds, cultures, religions, sociological backgrounds, and countries. What makes them different, what makes them stand out, and what makes us identify them as the Awakened Woman is not what they were born into – but who they became and what they did with their lives. They were able to tap into the divine feminine and work in the energy that each of us possesses to create great change in their world. They didn’t always become famous, nor were their contributions always recognized, but they created a ripple that can still be seen today, even if we don’t know their names.

Why did they become awakened? They had the courage to hear a calling in their soul. It didn’t mean that they weren’t afraid, it doesn’t even mean that they always had the means. But it was the actions they took that made them Awakened. It is the same calling that lives inside you, for you too have the ability to be the Awakened Woman!

My commitment as a Sourced Based Coach is that women like you show up and are seen, heard, and known in a way that leaves a powerful impact on their lives and the lives of others.  Whether you are a woman still at the height of your career or one who has long since retired, my intention is that you are able to tune into your heart, find your purpose and create a life that you feel is rewarding.  It is your time to be AWAKENED!

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