Sivan Einav

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YOUR
FEMININITY

Why do so many of us find it difficult to be vulnerable? “Vulnerability,” is defined as “capable of being physically or emotionally wounded.” It is no wonder that we find it difficult to be vulnerable as such a definition is perceived as a weakness.

In Kabbalah, vulnerability is perceived as strength and it is the prerequisite for successful relationships with others. This is exemplified in Hebrew by the words, regishut (vulnerability) and regesh (feeling), which share the same root. While transparency allows the other to get a glimpse of our life circumstances,vulnerability reveals our emotional response to and our feelings about these circumstances. In other words, merely sharing information about one’s life will not guarantee true intimacy.

WHY SO MANY OF US FIND IT DIFFICULT TO BE VULNERABLE?

WHY SO MANY OF US FIND IT DIFFICULT TO BE VURNERABLE ?

Why do so many of us find it difficult to be vulnerable? “Vulnerability,” is defined as “capable of being physically or emotionally wounded.” It is no wonder that we find it difficult to be vulnerable as such a definition is perceived as a weakness. In Kabbalah, vulnerability is perceived as strength and it is the prerequisite for successful relationships with others. This is exemplified in Hebrew by the words, regishut (vulnerability) and regesh (feeling), which share the same root.

While transparency allows the other to get a glimpse of our life circumstances, vulnerability reveals our emotional response to and our feelings about these circumstances. In other words, merely sharing information about one’s life will not guarantee true intimacy.

There is immense power in vulnerability. Although it requires us to
abandon control, which may be scary, vulnerability allows us to have
deeper and more meaningful connections with others.
When we are willing to step into vulnerability, we are actively inviting people into our internal lives.

Vulnerability allows us to express our true essence, in a tender, authentic way. It strengthens our character, transcending the need for outer approval. It teaches us to express a more accurate picture of who we truly are, rather than an illusionary projection. There is true freedom within vulnerability.

There is immense power in vulnerability. Although it requires us to abandon control, which may be scary, vulnerability allows us to have deeper and more meaningful connections with others. When we are willing to step into vulnerability, we are actively inviting people into our internal lives.

Vulnerability allows us to express our true essence, in a tender, authentic way. It strengthens our character, transcending the need for outer approval. It teaches us to express a more accurate picture of who we truly are, rather than an illusionary projection. There is true freedom within vulnerability.

In Kabbalah, transparency, vulnerability, and receptivity are considered feminine traits, yet many women shy away from expressing them. The masculine energy, on the other hand, is associated with leadership, ambition, and assertiveness.

Many women who hear these attributes get frustrated, and justifiably so. Does this mean that a woman cannot be assertive? Or ambitious? And if she is choosing to be vulnerable, is she inviting more criticism into her life? Is she opening the door to disagreement and disapproval? This conflict is an illusion that we need to move beyond. The truth is that the two polarities exist within every one of us—the masculine and the feminine.

In Kabbalah, transparency, vulnerability, and receptivity are considered feminine traits, yet many women shy away fromexpressing them. The masculine energy, on the other hand, is associated with leadership, ambition, and assertiveness.

Many women who hear these attributes get frustrated, and justifiably so. Does this mean that a woman cannot be assertive? Or ambitious? And if she is choosing to be vulnerable, is she inviting more criticism into her life? Is she opening the door to disagreement and disapproval? This conflict is an illusion that we need to move beyond. The truth is that the two polarities exist within every one of us—the masculine and the feminine.

Working with thousands of women throughout the years, I’ve come across many who believe that being powerful means being masculine. I’ve always believed that they are selling themselves short. Women must remember that being feminine, vulnerable, and receptive, does not indicate weakness.

The challenge of the modern day woman is embracing both aspects of the desire to be a warrior in the office and a queen at home.

Working with thousands of women throughout the years, I’ve come across many who believe that being powerful means being masculine. I’ve always believed that they are selling themselves short. Women must remember that being feminine, vulnerable, and receptive, does not indicate weakness.

The challenge of the modern day woman
is embracing both aspects of this duality;the desire to be a warrior in the office
and a queen at home.

I am here to fully support your journey and help you unlock your inner vulnerability. Together we will explore the Divine Feminine archetype and help you tap into your innate, authentic power. A woman who can use this power to her advantage becomes a beacon of light—her weapon is unconditional love.

Schedule a
coaching session

Ready to take the next steps?
Schedule your 45-minute coaching session with me today!

I am here to fully support your journey and help you unlock your inner vulnerability. Together we will explore the Divine Feminine archetype and help you tap into your innate, authentic power. A woman who can use this power to her advantage becomes a beacon of light—her weapon is unconditional love.

Schedule a
coaching session

Ready to take the next steps?
Schedule your 45-minute coaching session with me today