Red Tent Genoa “The Little Girl I’ve Been” – Feb. 19, 2020

Female 360° cycle, motherhood, fertility, menopause, Group Pathways

Each woman carries within her the child she has been.
During the Red Tent “What Women Don’t Say” the little girl we were clearly came to see us.
You need to know that no matter how old you are today, how much you have grown, evolved, how far you have come in life, in your career, in society-that baby is always with you.
And it happens, quite frequently, that it is she who guides you in your actions !
This may mean that there is a still “pure part of you” , instinctive that guides you in your choices but also that there is a “wounded child” part of you that conditions your actions, the way you see things, the way you act today.
Catching up with that child, with her attitudes, talents, passions, ways of being, thoughts, fears, wounds, and worries can be a moment of deep intimacy with yourself and, above all, an opportunity to look at and integrate parts of you …that you have not looked at for too long.
For too long you have left that child alone, forcing her to claim your attention in all sorts of ways.
Sustained by the energy of the New Moon, or black moon we go to take that child, who perhaps feels a little shut in the corner today, back into the light, welcome her and finally give her “her place” within us.

See you WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19 at 6:30 p.m. at Le Maree Center-Genoa, Corso Torino 9/1 corner Via Smirne.

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Written By Alexandra Francesca D'Alessandro

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