Healthy and Powerfully Feminine

Healthy and powerfully feminine Mireille Parker Breast Cancer

Healthy and powerfully feminine – I feel powerful just saying the words, don’t you? Or are you thinking, ‘Health! – what’s femininity got to do with it?’ Well my friend, you just wait and see because I have a whole five-week interview series planned around it! But first some information about what it actually means.

As it goes, we all have both a feminine and masculine essence/nature with us and some of those qualities are summarised in the following :

Masculine – Feminine

Doing – Being

Structure – Flow & spontaneity

Rigid – Flexible

External- Internal

Individual – Collective

Culture – Nature

Assertion – Attraction

Thinking – Feeling

Logic – Intuition

Peak experience – Sustainability

Outcome – Process

Purpose – Pleasure

Feeling ’empty’ – Feeling full

Linear – Circular/Meandering

Push – Relax

As you can see, these polarities are essential to life on this planet and to our lives. However, until now and especially in the work place, the feminine has been seen as the weaker nature. We’re so busy and in an attempt to keep up, compete and complete our to do lists, our feminine essence is often overridden by our masculine.

You may recognise you’ve overdeveloped your masculine energy by being constantly on the move, creating non-stop in an attempt to climb the corporate ladder or build your business and not taking time out to care for yourself. And you know what the effect on your health is right? Adrenals shot, stress, feeling burnt out or always chasing the clock and rarely able to keep up to name a few.

If, however,  you are finding you lack structure and are so much about being in the flow that you’re unable to achieve your goals or create the life of your desires, then you may like to strengthen your masculine essence in order to ‘get shit done’.

You see, being powerfully feminine is not only about being in your body, relaxing and meandering through life, but about balancing the two energies and being able to move between the two. To me, an example of being powerfully feminine is having the structures in place in order to have the freedom for your creativity to express itself.

What have masculine and feminine essence got to do with health?

In this age of distraction and 24/7 availability, we’re often missing the pleasurable connection to our bodies, which is a part of our feminine essence. Yet we know there is another way. We can feel the feminine energy rising.

The Dali Lhama’s famous and much quoted line is that, ‘The world will be saved by the western woman’ and when I look around at all the women in my life – both online and off – I can feel it. Can you?

Studying the work of both medical intuitive, Carolyn Myss, on health from an energetic and spiritual perspective and that of Racheal Jayne Groover on feminine essence and power, I realised how the two complement and correlate with each other and that’s why I incorporate both bodies of work into my coaching practice. It’s also the reason why I am bringing you an interview series on what it means to be Healthy and Powerfully Feminine.

Yeaaahhhh!

The interview series will take place from September 22nd and run for five weeks with two interviews being released each week – giving you time enough to watch the interviews and absorb the valuable material. Having said that, I already know that this series is going to be so interesting that I can imagine us all gagging for more by the end, so I’m leaving that door open.

It’s flexible, spontaneous, pleasurable and giving us time to make real connections and be in community – leaning on the feminine in these aspects.

It’s also structured, organised and required a great deal of planning (and yes to do lists!) – You see how the feminine is perfectly complemented by the masculine and that both are necessary.

Okay back from the meander and down to business…

You can sign-up now to have free access to the interviews once they launch (available both in video and downloadable as audios) and gain access to our private Facebook group where you can meet like-minded ladies on this path.

Of course men can sign up too if you wish to watch the interviews.

Feminine power is not about separation but inclusion and reverence for each other, our nature and our gifts.
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Visit www.healthyandpowerfullyfeminine.com to sign up!

Get ready to go deep in conversation about not only physical/external health, but what health means on an emotional and spiritual level. I am so thrilled to introduce you to these exceptional women that I have lined up to interview – women who are up to big things in the world, run successful businesses while staying grounded in their feminine energy and radiate health from the inside out.

The women include :

FatmaFatma Zaidi, Feminine Leadership Coach, coaching and mentoring women entrepreneurs with a mission to serve the world to uplevel their wealth-consciousness and create the life and business they love. Fatma brings 20 years of experience in the wellness field to her understanding of the Mind, Body and Spirit of her clients. She has lived and worked on 4 continents. She is passionate about helping women to overcome personal and cultural barriers so that they can change the world with their mission and vision.

 

 

IMG_0051Athene Farmas, woman’s Wellness Lifestyle Architect and creator of Be Hot Not Hungry Program, helping women in their 30s and 40s create a life where they can be free of their “food story” so their Love Story can begin. The “Love Story” refers to an inner, emotional and spiritual journey that involves the discovery of nourishing your well-being in ways that don’t come on a plate. A key to her clients’ continued success is attributed to exploring the concept of ‘primary foods’. Primary foods are the nourishment you receive from your relationships, fulfilling your life’s purpose or career goals, your spiritual practice, exercise and sensuality.

 

AniaAnia G., author, professional fashion photographer and long-term Endometriosis advocate, sharing her life experience and wisdom  in ‘Living Well With Endometriosis’ and soon-to-be released,  Alone in the Crowd. Through her years of acquired knowledge Ania raises hope, provides assurance and cultivates awareness for women living with this complex disease. Originally from Poland, Ania now resides in Seattle and has spent most of her adult life successfully sharing information on the physical, mental and social implications of Endometriosis.

 

ChristineChristine Miskinis, Transformational, Lifestyle Design Coach for moms,  appearing multiple times on Dr. Oz and  hosting her weekly series called Rock Out Motherhood found on MomsCoachforLifeTV YouTube Channel.   Her path for healing and thinking outside the box, began when she holistically healed herself of a lifetime of digestive issues and a precancerous condition at age 24. Today she’s a natural birthing, breastfeeding, peaceful parenting, conscious-mama who has taken on the role of supporting other mamas in their “Journey of Motherhood”, healing Mamas, so they can Heal Our Children in Body, Mind and Spirit.

 

GiovannaGiovanna Capozza,Woman’s Empowerment Coach, Mentor & Speaker, specialising in working with the underlying psychology or “false filter” that rules our experiences in the world and with 7 years clinical experience as a Homeopathic Doctor, Holistic Nutritionist and Energy Medicine Practitioner. She has studied with some of the world’s most successful and influential personal development experts.She is founder of the Love Blueprint™ program, which helps women create a deeper level of self worth, understanding and personal power, and believes that it is every woman’s right to live a life that fills her soul up with joy and excitement and that the key to this is self love.

 

Hadeel KadiHadeel Kadi, certified health and nutrition coach, helping women feel healthy, vibrant and full of energy by supporting them in balancing their hormones, managing their weight, clearing their skin, and by focusing on optimizing their digestive health. Her credentials and experience as a transformational life coach, add another dimension to her work. Her clients feel supported in areas beyond their health. She helps women find their life purpose, connect with their desires and goals in life, and overcome their limiting beliefs.This stems from her belief that the state of your health is a reflection of the state of your life in general and one cannot be dissociated form the other.

 

SusanSusan Gonzalez, nurse, certified in plant-based nutrition, and a stage III cancer survivor, advocating for health and wellness with a focus on cancer prevention and the use of holistic healing for cancer survival.  Her Amazon best-selling book, “100 Perks of Having Cancer plus 100 Health Tips for Surviving It”, and her award winning blog, “The Savvy Sister: Simple changes for healthy living”, provide valuable tools for those wishing to live a happy and healthy life.

 

 

Plus me! Your hostess for the series…. Mireille Parker

Mireille Parker, writer and transformational coach who works with female entrepreneurs to incorporate their femininity into their life for more ease, flow and fun, plus business success. After going through a health crisis with breast cancer, Mireille knows the importance of empowering our bodies, developing our feminine essence and balancing it with our masculine to work smarter, not harder, and putting the structures and boundaries in place that support our well-being while we do business. Originally from Australia, she is now living an active life in Switzerland and has recently completed her first novel, Wonderlust.

I can’t wait for the dialogues to begin! I already know that each of these women bring such unique experiences and expertise to the conversation and will be providing practical tips and guidance, plus special gifts for all those who sign up.

Visit www.healthyandpowerfullyfeminine.com to gain access today.

And as always I’d love to hear your feedback so leave you comments below or on the Facebook links.

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