Safe To Be Seen.

I am safe to be seen.

I am safe to shine my light.

I am safe 

when someone senses my spark

and responds 

with admiration

OR condemnation.

NOW knowing,

discerning,

a stare 

or a criticism,

doesn’t necessarily say

“DANGER”.

so, I stop shrinking…

…having experienced

a felt  sincerity 

from a stranger

on the street

who said,

“ you look gorgeous in that dress”

surprised by and appreciative of…

his candor.

Gone

are feelings of offense,

staying, still secure.

…Free from harm,

I continue on my hike to the market,

feeling liberated.

I let go of the

“THREAT”

reflex.

When 

I’m aware

eyes are fixed

upon me,

I respond to it 

as an opportunity

and enter

 into 

perception training.

I change the lens of conditioning

and contemplate,

perhaps…maybe…

an eyeball,  a glance,

is merely a look of laud, respect, esteem?

Is that so bad?

 I didn’t don

my white dress to solicit

compliments or whistles

but only as

an intention

to remind myself

(As well as passers by and pedestrians),

of my innocence, 

(implied by white)

 as an attempt

an initiation,

 to introduce

 a new belief

and to affirm

 I am SAFE,

To BE seen, 

To FEEL seen.

I AM SAFE

when people

 feel my light

and let it 

warm them.

Come join The Gathering of the Free & Fearless Feminine to cultivate a sense of Safety, Empowerment, Worth and Self Awareness.

Contact Jenn at jlbrouha@gmail.com, subject line: Gathering of the Free & Fearless Feminine ❤ for more info if you would like to participate.

Published by jlbrou

I am all about self exploration and healing. The discoveries which I have made while searching my soul have enlivened me as well as have generated excitement and empowerment. I am eager to share tools and strategies that I have implemented which have made my sailing on the sometimes stormy seas of self discovery and healing a little less threatening.

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