Updated: Oct 30, 2019
don't hold back
not too hard
when I say so
Put it on
when I'm ready
We have put up shells to defend against being hurt. Once rejected or seen our parents taken advantage of, shells are built around the heart to avoid the potential pain.
We wear shells of being an independent superwoman, not needing anyone else.. pushing us to harden and distract ourselves away from our true desires, instead operating in the goal-driven, productivity-obsessed culture, emphasizing masculine energy.
Instead of makeup and new clothes as an adornment of our already beautiful selves, these too have been use as shells to compromise lack of worthiness we feel inside.
This confusion results in confusion of our desires. It's confusing both to us and to our lovers.
When the shells have been cracked open, she is ready to fully surrender, to open the heart to be claimed, loved, and embraced for her full body and soul. Once the armor is taken off, her true desires will no longer be confusing and sacred union between lovers illuminates universal divinity.