Being a sensually empowered woman means that you are the keeper of your own mojo. It is that sense of self-confidence, self-esteem and sex appeal stemming from the core of your being and spiraling outward, enchanting every person around you. Sometimes we are in the flow, feeling good and looking our best. Other times we may feel like hiding under a mask, lacking self-esteem and poise. So how do we sustain our mojo and live life in balance?
It all comes down to maintaining a positive attitude. Our thoughts, beliefs, words, and actions are within our control 100% of the time. We can regulate how good, sensual, confident, attractive or healthy we feel. We are responsible for what we are getting out of life because it is a direct correlation to what we are putting out. If we project love, beauty, positivity, abundance and kindness, then that is what comes back to us. However if we criticize, complain or feel victimized, then that is what tends to manifest more within our reality. What we think about, we bring about. So why not feel ecstatic as much as possible?
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"Ecstasy is our very nature. To be ecstatic is natural, spontaneous. It needs no effort to be ecstatic; it needs great effort to be miserable. That’' why you look so tired, because misery is real hard work; to maintain it is really difficult, because you are doing something against the nature. You are going upstream — that's what misery is." — Osho
As much as we want to be confident, hot, sassy women, most of us are not prepared to be fully responsible for ourselves all of the time. We like to avoid responsibility or act confused about why life is ‘such a challenge’. Then we end up spinning our wheels and putting effort in the wrong direction. What happens is all the good stuff (your personal power, talents, enthusiasm, etc.) may get squelched, and then you find yourself repeating no-win patterns in relationships, career and health issues.
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Most women think they can ignore the little voices in their heads that beat them up on a daily basis. They've learned to tolerate them and even worse, they've let them grow deep roots in their psyche. This self-criticism and self-destructive beliefs may come from childhood experiences and early family relationships. That’s why it is so important to identify the potential blocks between you and your personal truth.
Learning how to feel more confident and comfortable in your skin requires a solid base and inner truth to draw from. It is crucial for you to make it a priority to get control of your thoughts and beliefs. This might mean digging into some uncomfortable territory and removing some of the psychic weeds that overpower your potential. When you can clear the ground and lay a foundation for positive self-growth, you’ll be able to do it for the rest of your life.