The Progressive Woman

Owning my femininity has helped me hold space for women ~ Chloe Thornton

July 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 29
The Progressive Woman
Owning my femininity has helped me hold space for women ~ Chloe Thornton
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The Progressive Woman
Owning my femininity has helped me hold space for women ~ Chloe Thornton
Jul 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 29

A strong thread for Chloe has been the awakening of her feminine. 
'If I'm going to hold space for others to be vulnerable and create a container for others wellbeing I needed to see and explore those shifts within me'. 

The masculine was running her life and the vision of holding space for women giving birth required her to soften into areas of worthiness. Chloe shares her experience she labels 'the incident' which has been one of the threads in letting go of the fear of being female. 

'I was very triggered by sex or abuse scenes in movies or females who dressed seductively, any implications or behaviours that would be suggestive around the female triggered me'.

Chloe walks us through her softening and her visions for the future of supporting women in their journey from Maiden to Motherhood. 

"I would like to pay my respects to the traditional owners of the land in which we work on and with, the land of the Wadawurrang people. I pay my respects to their Elders, past, present, and Emerging"

Music: Caleb Etheridge 
Production: The Storyteller Co.
Guest Speaker : Chloe Thornton

Let's Rise x

Show Notes

A strong thread for Chloe has been the awakening of her feminine. 
'If I'm going to hold space for others to be vulnerable and create a container for others wellbeing I needed to see and explore those shifts within me'. 

The masculine was running her life and the vision of holding space for women giving birth required her to soften into areas of worthiness. Chloe shares her experience she labels 'the incident' which has been one of the threads in letting go of the fear of being female. 

'I was very triggered by sex or abuse scenes in movies or females who dressed seductively, any implications or behaviours that would be suggestive around the female triggered me'.

Chloe walks us through her softening and her visions for the future of supporting women in their journey from Maiden to Motherhood. 

"I would like to pay my respects to the traditional owners of the land in which we work on and with, the land of the Wadawurrang people. I pay my respects to their Elders, past, present, and Emerging"

Music: Caleb Etheridge 
Production: The Storyteller Co.
Guest Speaker : Chloe Thornton

Let's Rise x