This printable PDF includes 36 cards that can be cut out and laminated or printed on quality paper or cardboard to make a card deck. Cards reflect aspects of The Whole Woman archetype and can be used for personal Spiritual/Self-Development practice.
Recently, a woman I met at a Spiritual retreat told me that I was ‘’so whole’’. Up until now, I had not viewed myself in those terms, however the acknowledgement of my perceived ‘’wholeness’’ gave rise to the idea for this course, The Whole Woman. I realised that actively choosing to fully embody the archetype of The Whole Woman might be the next step in my personal and Spiritual development, and that it might enable me to draw closer the experiences that I had still been wishing to manifest in my life.
Although The Whole Woman, a more complete version of The Young Woman, allows herself to dream and play and be, she also understands the value of building her desired life. She takes concrete actions to create her best self and her most aligned life. Because her focus is on healing, nurturing and cherishing herself, she develops the capacity to love and nurture others without expectation or obligation. Without wholeness, it is difficult to give love that is pure. The Whole Woman is full; she has filled herself. As a result of her everyday intentions and actions, The Whole Woman feels safe, centred, loved, nurtured, creative, connected and magnetic. Because of this embodiment, she commands respect, she is sovereign. Others are drawn to her, as she is authentic in self-expression and in her interactions. She knows that she must be whole if she wants to attract a partner who also embodies wholeness. She is patient, knowing a quality partner is worth waiting for.