Women honoring themselves provides a world of generosity that is paramount to the kind of generosity that we know, abolishing obsolete conversations about women and catfight conversations of no power where we have power, to work as a human collective that expands our capacity to give and receive love.
The story of the veil. How did the veil come around? I was at a party with Goddess, the pussy power was off the charts. Goddesses were excited, happy, and we were fanning the flames of desire all over the place. There were younger, older Goddesses. There were African Goddess, Asian Goddesses and White Goddesses. There were tall and short, petite and full bodies. To top it off, there were Goddesses of every description. The one thing that we all had in common was that we were having fun. We were enjoying ourselves. Pussy had a place to be powerful that night.
Then here comes Helen. She has a veil, and I ask her if she is going to get married. And she said “no,” that she had just gotten married and she was happy with the man that she had chosen to marry. She described him as a good man. A good man. Wow, I would love a good man. I have had men that were good. However, it is been a long time since I have a good man that I am happy with and would have welcomed him into my life to stay. I said “I would love to have a good man in my life.” She asked me if I would like her wedding veil.
Her veil was used on one of the happiest days of her life. I looked at her and immediately said no. How could I take her veil? I thought for a moment about her generosity, could I be that generous? I thought again and heard something specific for myself, and that was that I would love to be married to a good man.
I then said to her that I would love her veil and that she had to be sure if she wanted to give it away. She looked at me and thought for a moment. Here we were, a black woman and a white woman sharing what was important to us in the area of love. Love was the connection that was present for us. She asked me again, if I really wanted to be married to which I said “yes.” Yes, as my heart and my body had a reaction which I could feel the adrenaline racing through my body. I said, “Yes, I would love your veil,” as I saw it as a beautiful amazing gift from one woman to another. She veiled me, and with that, I lowered my head as she placed it on me. It was amazing– Love and marriage for me and all women who wanted it. All women. No woman left behind. If it is something that we desire, it is possible.
Marriage and a great man of my wildest dreams felt truly possible. So the veil was integrated into Calling In The One Unapologetically.
I thank you Helen for your love, commitment and generosity, and I look forward to passing it on.
And that is the story of the veil. The workshop Calling In The One Unapologetically starts again on September 3, 2015.
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Live Life Your Way,
Noreen Sumpter Life Coach
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