When a woman is in her heart, she can embrace the deep hidden aspects of herself through the moonlight.
The “yang” of the world follows the sun and action, a masculine model; the “yin” follows the mystery of the moon, a feminine model, and the deep, inner flow of beingness. Busy schedules and active lifestyles move us away from the feminine focus, and we can become consumed by the outer world; but, when this happens, we have the opportunity to step back and reconnect with the goddess energy—regardless of whether we are female or male in nature.
The sunlight represents the outer world, offering all that is obvious and expressing a radiant view. The moonlight presents what is unobvious, and often hidden in the subconscious. In the moonlight, we see what is just beneath the surface, and it connects us with our deeper, pure being. A new subtle seeing begins to develop, and you begin to understand that your conscious self is not your true guiding light. Gently, and little by little, you begin to see your whole being coming into the light. When this happens, it changes how and what you see at all levels.
Women generally are closer to their whole being than men, and they embrace the feminine fully when they resonate with their heart. A woman’s deeper “womaness” comes through the heart, and the movement of energy is the foundation of her mystery. She embodies the dance of yin and yang.
When a man is really connected through his heart, he can closely connect to and enter a woman’s mystery. It is easier for a man to realize a woman’s mystery then for him to realize his own. And, in the process, the man will move toward this own mystery as he explores the feminine in a woman.
A woman’s mystery is how her being, her inner goddess, moves through her humanness.
When a woman dances in the moonlight, she realizes that she is delicately experiencing with more levels of being than when she is moving through the sunlight. As a woman moves in her mystery, she awakens to a deeper knowing and a deeper sexuality. This sexuality offers the capacity to meet and commune through new levels of awareness that open the door to a heart-centered connection to the greater aspects of her being.
Arielle Giordano’s new book, Dancing with Your Story from the Inside Out, was released in March 2017. With a Masters of Arts and Masters of Education, Arielle is an author, professional dancer, inspirational speaker, certified Essentrics/Aging Backwards instructor, and workshop facilitator. She enjoys sharing her gifts and talents with an authentic style rich in the grace of dance, psychology, philosophy and the expressive arts. Her career includes: provisional psychologist, guidance counselor and substance-abuse therapist. As a Lead Faculty Area Chairperson and Faculty Member for College of Humanities at the University of Phoenix, she inspired students with her creative gifts. She also writes for Tampa Bay Wellness, We Woman and Transformation Magazine.