International Women’s Day: Celebrating Womanhood All Around The Globe With Divinity and Grace

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International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, I want to take a moment to celebrate how far we have come as a society when it comes to women’s equality.

However, there’s still some more work to be done!

Now that I said my mind, let’s dive into what this day is all about!

What is International Women’s Day?

International Women’s Day is a global celebration day across the globe for women’s achievement and for their striving towards equality.

So, on March 8th, all over the world, this day is dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women across the globe.

And while the women equality movement has created a huge shift in our society when it comes to upleveling our thinking and our standard when it comes to treating women, women are still often under-recognized for their contributions to the advancement of humanity.

And today I PERSONALLY want to take a moment to acknowledge all the women around the globe for all their contributions no matter how large or small!

Ladies, without you, there wouldn’t be life on earth as your womanhood is the bringer of light and life.

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I personally don’t wait till March 8 to honor the women in my life.

Most people think that since this is International Women’s Day, therefore, men have nothing to do with it.

I totally disagree, we as men get to take an active part in celebrating this day to stand in solidarity with our equal and divine counterpart.

Additionally, Guys, we get to set an example of excellence to the women in our lives by leading the equality front.

Women all around the globe are our mothers, wives, daughters, cousins, friends, co-workers and sisters by blood or humanity and we GET TO show them that we CARE just as much as they do about equality.

In my opinion every day, we are alive is a celebration day for women and men alike!

Ladies, Celebrate In Style:

Also, in celebration of this special day, I want to share this amazing crystal grid from my friend Lydee Ritchie who created this grid in celebration of women all around the globe for their grace and divinity!

International Women’s Day Inspired Grid:

International Women’s Day Inspired Grid
?Honoring “International Women’s Day,” March 8?
#BalanceforBetter

The grid was created with the Intention of celebrating women’s achievement all over the world.

Furthermore, as we raise more awareness in the face of biases and take more aligned action towards equality for a better, balanced world for women and men alike, we create an energetic shift that helps all of us!

“On a spiritual journey, the masculine is the seeker, pursuer, and interpreter of life’s infinite wisdom. Yet it is unable to process, assimilate, and integrate such wisdom without the balance of the feminine energy.” – Matt Kahn.

Crystals Used For This Grid:

  • First, Center stone. Milky Quartz: to symbolize the nurturing nectar of the goddess.
  • Second, Amazonite: the stone of harmony and peacemaking; it awakens compassion. It is known to merge and balance the feminine and masculine energies within.
  • Third, Rose Quartz: the stone of love; it helps transform negativity into compassionate understanding, and to give and receive unconditional love to all.
  • Forth, Labradorite, The gemstone of magic, it awakens one’s innate magical powers. 
  • Fifth, Selenite, known as the “goddess crystal;” it helps to aid in overcoming emotional and spiritual stagnation and to give birth into one’s Higher Self, accessing the inner goddess.
  • Final crystal, Conga Citrine, “the great manifestor;” it assists in bringing in Divine Energy into form through intention and action. 
?Honoring “International Women's Day,” March 8? 
#BalanceforBetter
?Honoring “International Women’s Day,” March 8?
#BalanceforBetter

This crystal grid was inspired by Quan Yin, the goddess of mercy and compassion. – Source: “The Book of Stones” please find below and Eryn Johnson.

Please follow Lydee Ritchie and her work on her website: Makawao-therapist.com. 

Lydee also shared that, she wears larimar and moonstone on March 8th to honor the Divine Goddess within each and every one of us, regardless of gender, balancing the yin and yang.

Thank You Lydee for your contribution! The world is a better place because you’re in it <3

In conclusions, we all get to celebrate International Women’s Day and raise awareness of the importance of harmony and equality.

Lastly, please share in the comment section at the end of this article your thoughts about this article and the crystal grid shared above.

Much Luv,
Zane

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