The concept of a "Complete Woman"

The concept of a "Complete woman" is multifaceted and deeply personal.

This woman:
  • Listens to herself and her heart.
  • Distinguishes her desires from those of others.
  • Lives in harmony with her body.
  • Grows physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually.
  • Knows how to express her emotions in an environmentally friendly way.
  • Knows how to talk about their desires and problems in an environmentally friendly manner.
  • Establishes boundaries in relationships.
  • Listens to others in communication.
  • Accepts herself as she is.
  • Recognizes her strengths and weaknesses.
  • Develops her strengths.
  • Balances shortcomings with strengths.
  • Develops her mind while nurturing her feelings.
  • Applies the principle of "place-time circumstances."
  • Balances softness and firmness, care and severity.

Our starting point is often influenced by external expectations, negative programming, and lack of self-care. This can lead to low self-esteem and a limited understanding of our true nature. We have learned to memorize completely useless things, but are not able to put into practice the most intimate knowledge. We might excel in various roles – specialists, students, sex objects, wives, mothers – yet struggle to remain whole and true to ourselves.

Healing and wholeness require a journey of self-discovery and self-love. It involves accumulating energy to share with others, which necessitates being whole and not letting energy slip away.

This journey is also spiritual, recognizing a connection with a higher power, which is essential for true integrity and wholeness. As we realize our divine connection, our perspective shifts. We naturally gravitate towards those who support our wholeness and confidence. Our world transforms, becoming as whole as we are.

The Dalai Lama encapsulates this journey: "If we are not kind to ourselves, we cannot be kind to others. To love and care for others, to wish them happiness and freedom from suffering, we must first experience these feelings for ourselves. Understanding that others' aspirations mirror our own opens our hearts to love and compassion."
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