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Could you permit yourself to be present to your desire and longing?

One of the things that is critical for us to talk about as women leaders is the nature of our sexuality and our desire in the world for ourselves – the nature of our erotic energy.

We don’t talk about this very often, and certainly, we’ve been conditioned as women leaders rising in traditionally masculine work environments to abandon this side of ourselves for the sake of our work.

In this week’s podcast episode, Elizabeth talks about how women’s desires have been characterized historically as being too frightening, too powerful, and something that causes violence to occur against us.

It is tough for most of us to claim our sexuality and own our desire, yet so critical if we are to feel complete, aligned, authentic and present, and move more and more towards our own freedom, integral to creating the change that we want to see in the world.

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