If as the Dalai Lama has said, that it is the western woman who will lead the world, then he is calling on you Baby Boomer, Wise Woman, Queen to lead the way.
First things first, Baby Boomer, Queen: do you have your voice? Can you speak your real truth? A leader needs to be able to speak her truth whether it is 1 on 1 or from 1-to-1000. Typically women of our generation were not taught to have, no less, speak their voice. If you have your voice, wonderful, celebrate! If you don't, what will you do to find it? Or reclaim it?
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Many of us learned to imitate men. But that's not a woman's voice or perspective. A real woman's voice is truthful as well as compassionate, kind, relational, and non-judgmental. This is exactly what we need more of in the world today.
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What else, Baby Boomer, Queen? Please stop mourning the loss of being a rosebud or a princess. There is a time for everything.
Now is the time to:
- Strut like the beautiful woman you are—here’s the key: feel beautiful on the inside and you will be beautiful.
- Lead other women to stop obsessing about age or weight
- It's time to appreciate all the life lessons you have learned and your wisdom
- Start by honoring what you love. Then offer that to the world.
This is the beginning of harvest time. Enjoy your harvest. Enjoy your life experience, your wisdom. Claim your power. Our patriarchal world will have you obsessing over wrinkles and fearing this illness or that and then death. Hogwash! Show the world that being a Baby Boomer is a true coming of age and time to blossom into the full flower you are.
Take part in a world-wide movement that is changing deep-rooted collective beliefs about women and power and what we can offer the world. Change the socialization. Change your longevity.
You hold the keys to the Kingdom or should I say Queendom!
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