I have a guilty confession to make this week. For 7 years I prided myself on having a television free home. My kids and I hardly missed it but I decided to get a small television last September to watch the Olympics. I must admit, it’s been a guilty treat to see how the rest of the world lives. I’ve been blissfully tucked away in a small town in Northern NSW teaching yoga and workshops and sending my children off to fairyland at the local Steiner school every day. For a long time I chose to be blissfully unaware of the negative press that can seriously affect your mood.
My guilty confession since I got my tv is that I get really emotional over cheesy reality television shows. They make me cry. Alot. I cry when I see the Biggest Losers succeed in losing so much weight and I cry when I see overweight everyday cooks win titles in the cooking programs. I cry when I see how much it means to people to be given a chance to be the best they can be, to step up and move through obstacles, challenges and resistances they never thought they could face. They’re happy tears. I’m happy to say I still don’t turn on the box very often. But I’ve been surprised at how quickly you can get hooked on a good story about someone’s life.
Women are the new leaders of change because we are the embodiment of Shakti, the dynamic feminine life-force responsible for mother nurture and healing which is so needed on our beautiful planet at this time. Although statistically women are still economically disadvantaged and there is still much gender inequity in the workplace in comparison to men, never before have we had opportunities to work from home, with technology on our side. This comes to you through the blessings of technology and through the deep seeds of desire to support you to live the best version of your life.