Oh the conversation we need to have today, %FIRSTNAME%.
I wasn’t going to just shut up and hide. I wasn’t going to allow myself to just think about this and stay pondering in my cocoon. No, I wanted to come to you, speak up, and share.
I am a divine leader of the light, and I am here to ensure that women do not remain victims.
I’m not here to blame or shame anyone…speaking up is not about pointing fingers.
Here’s what I’ve picked up through this whole Tony Robbins thing.
Sometimes people who are so called ‘leaders’ just cannot hold space in the way that allows a woman (or a man!) to share their pain and their struggles.
In order to heal our own deep, sacred wounds, a purification of the soul is needed. Safe spaces where we can be held and seen are needed.
Divine woman, we are not to be called ‘victims’ just because we are sharing the truth of what has happened to us!
There is so much power in your story and healing. Today I’m sharing more of my own and offering a sacred space for us to rise above the shame so we may speak up.
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We will not be silenced!
We are calling for change.
Women must speak up without retribution, silence only perpetuates the abuse, victimhood and chronic suffering — not to mention mental illness. This must end.
We need a heck load more love and compassion for ourselves and others.
Love and so many divine riches,
Who Is Ingrid Arna?
Ingrid Arna is a Leading Seven-Figure Strategist, the founder of CEO Diva Business School, and the Gucci of online business programs – High-End Empire. She’s been endorsed by Kate Winslet for her work and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Instyle, Huffington Post, Good Health Magazine and on The Steve Harvey Show. Ingrid leads visionary entrepreneurs into conscious wealth and global impact without sacrificing their soul. The only new year’s resolution she’s been able to stick to since becoming a mother is quadrupling her prices and giving up her thongs for granny pants. She’s never been happier.
Here’s a taste of her work:
● Started her career at A Current Affair at 20
● Launched her own clothing line, BodyLove, in NYC
● Wrote her book BodyLove Diet, endorsed by Kate Winslet, which helped thousands of women to get their self-love mojo back in the game
● Created a TV show on women’s empowerment with supermodel Carré Otis
● Forged a partnership with one of New York’s leading ad agencies
● Raised $350,000 in capital for a start-up company
● Presented on QVC, the home shopping network (what a trippy experience!)