WHAT IS A WILD WOMAN?
What a Wild Woman is, truly, is a woman who asks questions.
She doesn't sit back and accept everything as it arrives, if it does not thrill her, make her feel alive, and somehow bring her closer to her soul.
She is not merely a woman with wild hair and a good tan who frolicks in the desert and the rainforest without any real obligations.
She might certainly be that woman, but she is that woman and then some.
She is the depth and the substance of wilderness itself.
She reverts back to a place where she is the one who defines her life, as she understands it, to be perfectly wild, in all of its imperfection, but in her freedom to be herself.
I think it's certainly time for a more inclusive model of talking about these archetypes, and it's always my intention to hold space for that, and the growth of that conversation.
What makes you feel wild?
What makes you feel free?
Who are you, underneath your layers?
When did you last question why you like what you like, go where you go, or do what you do?
Autonomy is a privilege, and one that many of us, myself included, can sometimes take for granted.
Freely creating, that is also a privilege.
But, how much time do any of us spend wondering who will care about, and what they will say, what we do/wear/create/live as our truth?
Is it possible to get to a place where you consistently choose and make decisions based on your authentic desires?
Is it possible to return to your soul?
It certainly is.