Self-sovereignty at its most profound and most simple means to live from your own core. It’s a state of living authentically and powerfully. With deep integrity to your own consciously chosen values. Apologising to no-one for who you are.
In self-sovereignty you decide what and who you choose to invest your time, energy and resources in. You decide who you choose to share your body, heart and sexual energy with.
You see the cultural programming and conditioning for what it is, a dangerously seductive invitation to abandon yourself. A tempting invitation to deny your own divinity and betray your own soul.
Self-sovereignty is awakened in the realisation of the following:
In self-sovereignty you can be vulnerable when appropriate. You can receive fully, graciously. You can live, give and love courageously.
The opposite of self-sovereignty is self-abandonment. In this, you may be persuaded to accommodate the agendas and wishes of those who may not have your best interests at heart. Then wonder why you feel so disconnected, angry, resentful or used.
You may search desperately for something on the outside to provide a sense of affirmation, identity, security or belonging. To provide relief from the pain of self-abandonment. This is the birthplace of all addictions.
In every moment of every day, you have an opportunity to wake up to who you truly are. To awaken to and embody your self-sovereignty. To own it in every cell of your being, where it becomes a strong anchor in the sometimes turbulent sea of life.
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