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Granting Yourself Permission

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When were you first aware of your intuition? And when did you learn to trust it? Do you sometimes have difficulty believing the voice of your inner knowing? If so, you’re not alone. Many women have a very pronounced grasp of their intuition from a young age, but then slowly over time begin to lose faith in its power. 

Love and blessings, 

Dawn Morningstar

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Should I Say Something?

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The truth exists; it’s in the space. We hear a lot about “alternative facts” and “fake news” but there is such a thing as verifiable truth and fact. For the person being abused or harassed, it’s very real. Some people in power will still cause confusion when they are accused by denying it or casting doubt on the believability of the one speaking out. This is a new form of suppression and oppression that will no longer be accepted.

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Your Inner Circle: Does Size Matter?

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Change takes place in one way or another in all relationships, and one of the kindest things we can do for everyone involved is be aware of those transitions, accept them, bless and thank the relationship for what it’s brought into your life and the life of the other. And there are times we may be called to take some kind of action. 

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Change Comes Through Relationships

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Community could go from being simply a concept to being a rewarding human experience. We might even move beyond holding strict opinions of this issue or that and come together to form loving and kind affiliations, connections, and solutions that would bless us all. Consider how you are called to lead—or how you can support others who are answering the call. We are the change the world needs. 

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Women Answering the Call to Lead

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Because of our free will, we have many choices and directions before us. Many women, some for the very first time, are using their free will in new ways: they are choosing public service as a path for change, they are stepping up into leadership where they had not before, and they are speaking out against injustice. 

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