Jun 19, 2018
Healthy boundaries are something that is very, very hard for many men and women. When the feminine can begin to honor her needs, everyone starts honoring their needs. A lot comes from the longing and yearning within the feminine. There's pleasure within the yearning and that's a catalyst for a lot of change. So, if women can learn how to protect their sacred space, I think we'll get a lot more done and honor ourselves so much more. - Maddy Moon
How can you set up healthy boundaries in order to focus on yourself in either your feminine or masculine role?
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In Wellness Force Radio episode 208, Transformational Coach, Author of several books including Freeing Your Feminine Spirit, and Podcast Host of Mind Body Musings, Maddy Moon, uncovers why women are a reflection of the Divine's love as love light, how you can healthily express your frustrations without creating resentment in your relationships, and what it means to be in the feminine flow.
Learn how you can create your own pleasure practice to experience and enjoy all of your emotions from love and joy to anger and pain.
"The idea of confrontation and someone questioning you is scary. However, you don't owe anyone an explanation either. So, there might be confrontation when you set a healthy boundary but you don't owe anything else beyond that."- @MindBodyMusings http://bit.ly/wfpodcast
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"Whenever you're looking to be more into your feminine flow, it doesn't mean to look graceful all the time. You can be in your grace and be in your fury at the same time." - @MindBodyMusings http://bit.ly/wfpodcast
"I've done this work over the past couple of years when it comes to experiencing first kisses and breath is what helped me the most. Every time I experience that first kiss, I acknowledge that shiver that runs down my spine. That's number one - not to ignore it, not to push through it, not to pretend that it's not there and I think so many of us do that. We think that if we're able to get over this sexual shame, then we'll finally be able to enjoy sex and get back into our bodies and feminine flow, but that's not really what happens. We have to use these experiences as a portal. I can experience a delicious first kiss through feeling that shiver through breath; not by ignoring it or pressing it." - Maddy Moon
"I am an expert at being and living in this body. Archetypes are just so many things that we already have within ourselves so anyone can get into their feminine flow. What it means to be in your feminine flow is to be in all different parts of ourselves and embody all of our emotions including anger and frustration." - Maddy Moon
"Why do you hide your pleasure? In this world that's suffering from a lack of female enjoyment, why don't you bring your pleasure as a gift to the world? Pleasure is seen as love to the masculine; it is the same. It is the same. You can still find pleasure somewhere inside your body regardless of what else is happening in your life. It doesn't mean having to put any type or small morsel of pleasure on hold until you get through this fight that you're having with your partner. What if you use that fight to embody your anger and still find some ounce of pleasure in your body at the same time." - Maddy Moon
"If you're really in you're feminine by being loving, open, and creative but also surrendering, you might be taking on this mother archetype of nurturing. If you don't have boundaries as this nurturer, you often end up giving your energy to everyone. The line is really blurry on when do you say 'no,' because you're using your head a lot and worry about what others think of you if you don't help them. There's that primal need of being liked again; it's always there unless we're listening to it and understanding how it's getting in the way. It's not up to us who likes us. That's a sure fire way to waste our time here on Earth; to go around trying to control how people view us and if they like us." - Maddy Moon
"Healthy boundaries aren't set to get you what you want. We set boundaries because that's a way we can step into our power and protect our sacred space. That's what allows us to say, 'I'm not doing this; this is not okay for me.' Boundaries look different for every single person. Whether or not the other person listens is not up to you. If you're trying to set boundaries solely to get what you want, you're very likely going to end up frustrated because you can't control how people respond." - Maddy Moon
Madelyn Moon is an author, podcast host, retreat leader, and transformational life coach. She is a guiding force for women who want to stop over-thinking their lives away and live with more trust, intuition, and flow.
Maddy Moon was driven by masculine energy for most of her life, which led her down a dangerous path. Always striving to do more, be more and accomplish more, she found herself disconnected from her body with multiple disordered eating patterns, a restlessness and a lack of confidence. Maddy healed her heart, spirit, body, and mind by stepping into her unique feminine power, giving up the need for control and learning to surrender to a higher power.
Maddy takes life by the reigns today by leading thousands of women across the world through their own transformational experiences via her podcast, Mind Body Musings, her website, MaddyMoon.com, and her global retreats. Her work and story have been featured in The Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, The Daily Mail, Vice, Greatist, Men’s Health, PEOPLE and ABC News Nightline. If you want to step into your femininity, feel sexy in your skin, practice the art of trust // surrender and truly enjoy your life, follow Maddy’s journey for daily insight and inspiration.
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