If you are a woman, congratulations! You belong to a Goddess divinely inspired exclusive, sorority.  Sadly, many of us don’t have the belief, the notion or a clue about our Goddess Divinity. What exactly is Goddess Divinity? It is experiencing the spiritual aspect of your feminine and divine nature that is your birthright, one that predisposes you to extraordinary wisdom and talents.

Before I discuss how you might tap into your Divine nature, I want to talk about some extraordinary women that I know both privately and publicly.

Speaking from a purely non sexual point of view, I love women.  I am continually amazed at the depth of knowledge and power we women possess.  Over my lifetime, I have been blessed to know and befriend the most extraordinary women!

Women who have single handedly raised families, their own, others and all generations in between. They have driven tractors from the age 12 when there was no one else to do it.  One woman I know, raised four siblings without a father her mother who was too ill to care for her children. She was 13….. and at that tender age, drove a car to visit her sick mother in the hospital.

I have known women who’ve managed to support their children in the most ingenious ways, because of husbands who abandoned their family. There are women who left home at 15 to escape abuse and yet somehow managed to educate themselves and build successful careers.

We don’t break, we bend. We are the lioness defending our pride. We invented the phrase “Multi-tasking” and now we have little time to whine about life’s injustices or complain about what could have, or should have been. We live in the present and learn the lessons of the past.

We are Rosie the riveter, Demeter the goddess of earth and fertility and Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love.

Despite all this independence and fiery determination, we don’t do it alone. Behind every great woman is another woman cheering her on. We comfort, console, support and rally around one another when the chips are down and we are their champions when things are up.  We will not forsake a friend or break a promise. We are mighty and magical!

“A woman is like a tea bag.  It’s only when she’s in hot water that you realize how strong she is.”

Attributed to both Eleanor Roosevelt and Carl Sandburg

Notorious and Interesting facts about Women

  • In parts of Malaya, the women keep harems of men
  • The two highest IQ’s ever recorded (on a standard test) both belong to women
  • In Kenya where 38% of the farms are run by women, they manage to harvest the same amount as the men, despite men having greater access to loans, advice, fertilizers, hybrid seeds, insecticides. When given the same level of help, women were more efficient than men, and produced bigger harvests
  • Virginia Woodhull was best known for three things: being the first woman to address Congress on the subject of suffrage, running as a presidential nominee in 1872, and breaking a scandal about Henry Ward Beecher
  • Caresse Crosby, born Mary Phelps Jacob, poet, publisher, and peace activist. At age 19, she invented the first modern brassiere to receive a patent and gain wide acceptance.

“Can you imagine a world without men? No crime and lots of happy fat women.” ~Nicole Hollander

Now aren’t you doubly glad you are a woman? If you’re feeling less than Divine-like like these days, here are a few tips to get your Gorgeous, Goddess going.

  • Trust your intuition. You have a natural intuitive guidance system. Follow its instructions!
  • Write down all your gifts and talents. Think of ALL the things you have ever done in your life (big and small) and really pay attention to the talents hidden in each one. You’ll be amazed at what you’ll uncover.
  • Introduce yourself to the child inside of you. She has important information and secrets to share with you about who you are and how to break free of limiting beliefs.
  • Look in the mirror. Have you ever gazed deeply into your eyes? You may feel uncomfortable at first, but do it anyway. You’ll get a glimpse of your beautiful soul.
  • Listen to the lyrics of Helen Reddy’s song “I AM Woman.” It is timeless and inspiring.

And most importantly, find yourself and be yourself because, as Oscar Wilde says “everyone else is taken.”