Greek mythology: (from Khloris Χλωρίς, from khloros χλωρός, meaning “greenish-yellow,” “pale green,” “pale,” “pallid” or “fresh”) a nymph associated with spring, flowers and new growth, believed to have dwelt in the Elysian Fields. Roman authors equated her with the goddess Flora, suggesting that the initial sound of her name may have been altered by Latin speakers (a popular etymology). Myths had it that she was abducted by (and later married) Zephyrus, the god of the west wind (which, as Ovid points out, was a parallel to the story of his brother Boreas and Oreithyia). She was also thought to have been responsible for the transformations of Adonis, Attis, Crocus, Hyacinthus and Narcissus into flowers.

[Victor Vercesi - Stardust]

The Awakening Of The Feminine.

Within every Man there is a receptive Feminine Heart and within every Woman there is an active Feminine Force. Man is now preparing to awaken his Receptivity and Woman is activating the Power of her Divine Will. What was once suppressed in the collective Woman will be liberated and what was once lost to Man will be found again. The Divine Will is accessed through a Receptiveness to the Creative Power of the Heart. The Feminine Force is the Creative Power of Life Itself and it operates on many levels of Creation.

In the previous Male Cycle we believed that projecting our thoughts, desires and fears was the way to achieve the things we wanted. We believed that we are all separate from each other - each man for himself. The Male Principle has been the active force on the planet and the Feminine Principle has been playing a subservient role to the Fallen Will. The Male Principle has been working through the lower Egoic Mind rather than the Divine Mind. This caused a consciousness of Fear to take over within us and we lost our connection to Unity Consciousness.

This is all changing as we pass through the Portal into the New Consciousness of the next cycle. The Female is becoming the active force on the Planet. She is going to have her turn leading the Human Race. This is all part of the Law of Cycles. This awakening is not about power in the old sense of the word - it is about aligning with the Divine Will and the Divine Plan for the Evolution of the Earth and the Human Race.

–  Shannon Port

“I’d kind of like a princess that isn’t feminine. Not like Mulan or Merida, who are both fairly feminine. But like, “butch,” for lack of a better term. Some females aren’t really into femininity and can’t really relate to it. (I feel like someone is going to say something along the lines of “but femininity isn’t weak!” … I’m not saying that, I’m saying I can’t relate to it) … I don’t know, I feel like it would have helped me growing up to know that I don’t need to fit into that box.”

anonymous asked:

yo im a super feminine transboy and am having trouble enforcing my gender? like, i still like wearing skirts and dresses and looking cute but, i am a boy and am always kinda ignored if i correct people when they misgender me.

That’s really awful, and I’m sorry you have to deal with it.  I’d say you should definitely be more aggressive about it.  Correct people’s pronouns when they get them wrong, insist you’re a boy, and if anyone gives you trouble kindly let them know that the clothing you wear doesn’t have anything to do with your gender identity and that fabric doesn’t have a gender.  

And remember, your identity is valid even if people misgender you.


anonymous asked:

Hellooo, I was wondering if you could rec some princess/little Harry type of blogs. I love your princess styles blog and would really like to follow more like it! Thank you! 💖

I just noticed this message in my inbox it wasn’t there before but it’s under another message that I’ve already answered to I really hope I’m not too late 😟

But here are some blogs I love to reblog from on princessyles as well as blogs I think will guarantee Princess Harry as well 💜💜💜💜

@lousprincessharry (why isn’t this linking ack!)

(Ps like this post if you post feminine/Princess Harry/bh)

“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore our own selves will we discover the infinite power of our light.” 

Brené Brown