Ever had a girl crush? Or know someone in your life that always seems to attract high-value friendships, opportunities, and romantic relationships simply by doing nothing but be herself?
Maybe it’s in the way she makes eye contact when she speaks, or the way she intentionally pauses before she breaks out into an irresistible smile that oozes feminine appeal. Or she is unapologetically herself, not shying away from expressing what she believes at the expense of fearing being rejected.
Nowadays, there’s a plethora of women’s empowerment coaching packages and conferences that teach you to embrace your feminity or follow tactics to get the dream guy and job. With a sea of coaches or relationship gurus telling you what to do or not to do, it’s inevitable to feel overwhelmed, paralyzed with advice that seems to be counter-intuitive to how you’re feeling at the moment — which is not feeling up to par with believing you’re deserving of what you most desire.
Having to choose, control and construct a strategy — gameplan in getting the things you want will immediately put you out of your natural ability to attract what you want in your life if you don’t first embody the identity of a magnetic woman.
What sets apart a woman who is irresistibly magnetic comes down to one simple ingredient:
Shift your current state of being by inviting these 4 commandments into your life and notice the immediate effects of what happens when you embrace your own divinity.
Imagine every movement, glance, smile, the response you make is directly orchestrating what you’ll receive in return from your reality.
A woman who is fully embodying her divinity becomes fully aware of how her body feels, and becomes fully present with how she shows up for herself by how she chooses to speak, touch, watch, listen, and move.
She is in no rush to prove a point because, in her divinity, she allows her presence to naturally command the room.
A divine woman allows playfulness to enter her life. Although she acknowledges the duality of life, she chooses to invite her own ability to tap into her childhood sense of wonder.
This allows for creativity, magic that shows up in the form of inspiration, and passion to flow into her life — making her into the vessel that naturally draws people like her or wants to also invite magic in.
She also sees her body as a sacred form of living art in which she cherishes in all of its phases of life. She doesn’t reject, shame, or hide the love she has for the body she’s been gifted with.
Instead, she respects and nourishes her body, knowing that her vessel is always in a state of receiving. She is aware of the way she treats, and instruments her body directly reflects what she intentionally chooses to receive in her life.
Move your body with elegance, ease, and love, and life will mirror back the same form of tenderness in the form of how people treat you.
She is in a league of her own. She plays the comparison game lovingly to past versions of herself. She is maternal in her natural inclination to comfort others but doesn’t bend, lower, or stifle her own light if she encounters individuals that aren’t ready to match this form of vulnerability and tenderness back.
A woman who gives only to takers is a wounded empath. A woman who consciously cultivates others who matches her state of kindness is an empowered, divine empath who has mastered the ability to give without hurting herself at another person’s expense.
Instead, she lovingly detaches, leans back, and embraces individuals that are eager to match her energy of positivity, authenticity, and tenderness.
She tends to her wounded inner child, and frequently checks in with her ego by confronting her pain. Because she doesn’t shy away from her current state of truth and accepts both the ugliness and beauty of her journey of the self, she inevitably reaches the realization of being unfazed with what others think of her.
The divine woman becomes so enmeshed with surrendering to her own self-love that her higher self makes her spiritually impenetrable to people, places and things that don’t serve her highest calling.
She doesn’t shy away from chaos, violence, or tragedy.
Although she is a beacon of light, she gets her strength from recognizing everyone’s ability to act on their evil (oftentimes unconscious) due to the ability to rise above ego or temptation.
In Hinduism, Kali is well recognized but easily misunderstood as the one-dimensional goddess of destruction and darkness.
It’s easy to mistake Kali as the feared goddess that goes into blind rage and blood lust at the mere sign of anyone who wrongly crosses her path. But to truly understand the essence of Kali and what she symbolizes in us all, is the duality of our ability to conduct malevolence that can show up as revenge, jealousy, manipulation, and vanity.
However, if we are aware of our ego, and build the self-discipline to rise above our own natural inclination to be malevolent, we become fearless, powerful — using our reserve for the ultimate good of all.
A divine woman both accepts that she holds the freedom to be unapologetically wild and unabashedly her feminine self, yet has mastered shifting her own darkness as a powerful energetic resource to create and inspire others to overcome their own shadow self.
I'm a scorpio moon-INFJ biz owner, mindset coach based in New York and love leaning into all things sacred. I help empaths transform their pain into purpose using the wisdom of the birth chart and tarot archetype embodiment.
I'm an evolutionary business astrologer and intuitive business strategist currently located in California. I help conscious creatives and practitioners step into soul fulfilling work using the wisdom of their birth chart.