My soul has recently discovered the simplistic bliss of feminine touch.
At a retreat in Bondi Sydney recently I discovered that I was deeply missing physical contact with women.
I believe we all do.
I was reminded the importance of women coming together in circles of love, trust and with open hearts.
At this retreat there where 22 females, 22 being the Master number in numerology. It made the experience even more of a spiritual delight.
Our Australian Goddess 'Tania' had set up an intimate space in Bondi where she'd adorned the floors with colourful rugs, placed flowers about, brought in sacred water which shimmered and danced with the light of a ceremonial candle for the entire weekend.
It was a perfect setting. There where an array of women from all different states of Australia and different ages and stages.
I hadn't realised (until this retreat) how big the gap was that I had in my heart, which was relating to not having physical contact with females.
You may even wonder sometimes about your own sexuality and mix your feelings of this loss with sexual thoughts or actions.
You could be just like me and experience a deep core, inner loss and craving for the connection and touch from fellow sisters (friends), your mother and daughters.
Once upon a time not so long ago I got to cuddle and kiss my daughter, every day. I would do her hair and hold her hand across the street, we got to snuggle up close on the couch. Even though she is eighteen now, I am going to make it happen that we hug more and sit shoulder to shoulder holding hands.
And is it any wonder we enjoy going to the beautician, hairdresser and having a massage. We get contact from other females.
How can you incorporate more sisterly touch in your life?
I know I am going to be more affectionate with the women in my circle. We need it, it is natural, it is nurturing, and it is bringing confidence back to the sisterhood of lost and disjointed souls who are longing for a connection.
When you next see me please take my hand or hug me like we are long lost sisters.
With love and many blessings Annie Wilson.