Stories

The Whole Woman – A Story

October 17, 2012

The thing you fear most has no power. Your fear of it is what has the power. Facing the truth really will set you free. – Oprah Winfrey

I promise that every story will not have the word ‘woman’ in the title.  This week’s story is a tiny bit tongue-in-cheek.  I hope you enjoy it.  A teaser for next week’s story: so far it looks like it’s going to touch on our collective cellular memory around women being burned as witches.  I only write what wants to be written – I’ll do a post on that soon too.

Enjoy ‘The Whole Woman.”

with love,

Meghan
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The Whole Woman by Meghan Genge (5:48)

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  • Sherry October 18, 2012 at 12:17 am

    Beautiful. Profound. Deeply moving. Honest. Real. Valid.

  • Mandy October 18, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    You speak such truth. I was moved to tears. It is those things that we hide, repress, diminish that we most need to be who we are meant to be. 🙂

  • jane October 18, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    oh meghan… this is beautiful and wise and nourishing beyond words… (and the thingy to prove that i am not a robots says talk to plants) so you have contributed to not only soul instructions but the best synchronicity <3

  • kelley October 18, 2012 at 5:21 pm

    Just beautiful – spoke right to my heart. Thank you for sharing!!

  • Katalin November 28, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    Hello Meghan, I’ve just found your website. I wanted to hear a story that speaks to my heart. 🙂 Now let me share a very short story too:

    On October 17 I had a long, memorable, soul-lifting walk. I walked out of town, and decided to meditate on a hill. As I climbed the hill, I found one single red poppy and sat next to it. Sitting and thinking there were the most beautiful, peaceful 30 minutes of this year for me. After that I went home and blogged my little story too.

    So, as I found your stories, I decided to listen to the one from Oct.17. And what did I see? A picture with red poppies! 🙂 Coincidence?

    Your story is beautiful, and it reminded me of someone I didn’t hug for a very long time…

    Thank you and waiting for the new ones,
    Katalin

    (sorry for my English, I am Hungarian) 🙂