By Jessica Basken aka Rivermoon WAKING WILD

Her Wild Splendor — The Embodied Woman Reflects What’s Possible In Me

By Jessica Basken aka Rivermoon

I love to be with an embodied woman.

For she reflects what is possible in me.

When she speaks, I feel truth in her words. I cannot deny how they resonate in my heart, vibrate my spine, and shake my soul.

She moves through the world in deep dialogue with the intuitive centre of her womb.

She isn’t a people pleaser or an approval seeker. Her self-worth isn’t dependent on anyone’s words. Her confidence isn’t reliant on her fitting into society’s ideal of beauty. She has learned that blaming others for her misfortunes means giving her power away. She isn’t hungry for love. She loves herself enough. Every inch of her body is filled with it.

She doesn’t buy into the propaganda that there is healing to be done. She doesn’t accept ludicrous perceptions that there is a long road to be traveled for her to reach her highest self. She understands that it is already flowing through her veins.

She expresses herself with no abandon.

She recognises that suffering arises from the same place that joy does. She meets challenge with ease. She allows tears to flow when they flood her eyes. She is a master of anger. She moves pain artfully.

She is unafraid to sit with herself and with you through anything. She is a mighty space holder.

She keeps a light heart, remembering that this life is a beautiful mystery, a cosmic joke to be enjoyed, laughed at, and played with.

She knows that there are a multitude of solutions to any challenge and she taps into the creative source of all to manoeuvre her way through whatever is thrown her way.

She is connected to her pleasure. The touch of the wind against her skin brings her into ecstasy. The sensation of sweat rolling down her back tantalises her. The rebound of the earth against the soles of her feet makes her moan.

When she walks into a room, everyone receives a hit of her medicine. Her embodiment is contagious. You can feel her from a mile away.

Her wild splendor comes through in her walk, in her dance, in the way she touches herself, in the way she touches you. There is nothing she is trying to cover up. She shows herself without inhibition.

She loves. She loves softly. She loves fiercely. She lives in love. In love with herself, in love with you, in love with beauty, in love with ugly, in love with dark, in love with light.

She loves all but she isn’t friends with everyone. She is totally and completely herself and in her full authenticity, she knows that she will not always be liked. She doesn’t need to be liked to feel complete within herself.

She overflows with love even when she is alone.

She does not need a man to fill any empty spaces within her. She wants to be with a man who will meet her. But she will not settle for anything less.

She knows of the extraordinary power she holds and she uses it to spread good in this world.

For her, comparison and competition amongst women is absurd. Looking into a woman’s eyes, she sees herself.

She is at home in her beauty, in her power, in her wisdom. When she sees another woman owning these parts within herself, she howls out in praise.

I want to live in a world full of embodied women.

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Jessica Basken aka Rivermoon

Rivermoon is on a journey. Hers has been one of unraveling the lifetimes of ties that have held her back from embodying her beautiful authentic Self. Writing is simply an instrument through which she experiences life. She also meditates and dances and handstands and travels and teaches yoga. These practices have taught her that when we let go of our limited ways of being, we discover that there is a deep hunger within to free our truest purpose as humans on this planet. Rivermoon writes with the intention of expanding her vision to see the beauty that is infused in this life and to inspire us all to walk towards our most magical selves.

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