International Women’s Day: A Celebration of Powerful Female Voices
Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the accomplishments of women around the world. In a world that often silences female voices, it is more important now than ever to lift and amplify the voices of women and girls. This year let us focus on “The Power of Your Voice.”
This day provides an opportunity for us to come together and support one another in our quest for equality. Let us use our voices to create change and make the world a better place for all people!
As we see the divine feminine rising, it is time for us to remember our power and use it to heal ourselves and this beautiful planet earth. We are the leaders we have been waiting for; let’s step into our power now!
On this International Women’s Day, let us all commit to using our voices to speak our truth, stand in our sovereignty and co-create a more just and equal world. We have waited long enough for a change. Now is the time for female voices around the globe to be heard loud and clear. It is time to take action.
Find your group of like-minded and with the power of our voices, energy and frequency, and we can raise the consciousness of the planet so that we may all live in peace, love, harmony and abundance.
Mother Earth is plentiful, and there is enough for everyone. If you believe that and value that, you are part of my group. Join me in celebrating International Women’s Day, and let us use our collective voice to create a better world for everyone.
Here is just a list of a few women that have made an impact in some way over the decades that you can celebrate on International Women’s Day.
Lucille Ball, in I love lucy, talked about marriage issues and women in the workplace.
Althea Gibson was the first African American woman to play at Wimbledon.
A feminist and women’s rights activist, Margaret Sanger, coined “birth control.
Jane Goodall began studying chimpanzees, and her work led to the Roots and Shoots program to encourage wildlife conservation.
Germaine Greer was considered radical in her views and wrote the book The Female Eunuch, which discussed how society imposes expected behaviours on women.
Junko Tabei was the first woman to ever successfully climb Mount Everest
Aretha Franklin was the first woman ever to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Benazir Bhutto was the first women Prime Minister of Pakistan
Elizabeth Taylor was a pioneer in the Aids movement and created a foundation to help in funding research when no one else was.
Oprah Winfrey – earned the title of first female African American Billionaire.
In doing my research for this blog, I have found so many other women who have impacted our history, and I encourage you to look for other women who have paved the way for greatness in future generations. If you are wanting to connect with other like-minded women you may want to join us for one of our many monthly circles or workshops for healing and transformation.