Who are we most afraid of? As women, is it our in-laws (or nearly in-laws)? Do we think they can take love, safety, and security away from us? And if so, does this have to do with thinking we have to conform or we will be outcasts? I am pondering all this as I observe myself and other women friends and acquaintances.
That aspect of myself that I was the most afraid of and hid for most of my life is the very thing that is one of my greatest gifts from the Divine and to the world. First I had to look at it myself. Then I had to learn to master it. Then I was able to let it out to strangers, then acquaintances, then friends, then family, then spouse. Fear of letting in-laws see the real full me felt the most threatening to me. Is that something left over from cultural history (still relevant in many places).
Once I owned and learned about and mastered that aspect of myself that I most feared. Once I openly owned it all the way through then that fear left me and I saw that my gift is actually normal, natural and innate in all of us. Go figure.
I suspect that the more openly we talk about everything, from a place of love, lightness, and curiosity, the more we will find out that what we think is weird or not acceptable about ourselves is actually pretty darn normal.
This is from my particular female perspective. I wonder what you experience. I wonder what men experience. I would love to hear your experiences and theories…
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