So many folks who were socialized as girls and/or live as women have been taught and absorbed “feminine ideals” that are rooted in what my friend Majo Molfino calls Good Girl Myths.
In a time where so many of us are asking deeper questions about what comes next, and ultimately what the more beautiful world is that we’re here to co-create…
It’s imperative that – for the sake of our collective future – we shatter our allegiance to narratives of obedience.
I wanted to have a conversation about this, with someone I know deeply and dearly – a reformed quintessential “good girl”…
This week’s podcast episode is a conversation with Majo Molfino, a self-love and sacred sensuality guide, devoted to embracing sovereign embodiment and expression.
We explore the power of pleasure, cultivating intimacy inside of complexity, creating safety and belonging (without having to fit-in), and so much more.
In this episode, we explore:
- The more problematic or dangerous aspects of our obedience to external authority.
- How we might catch the inner Good Girl triggers, so we can re-route ourselves towards choices that emerge from our wholeness.
- Majo’s journey of losing her mother tongue, then reclaiming it over time.
- How being in community together has helped both of us find more liberation from perfection and fragile harmony.
- What our top personal Good Girl Myths are, and how we’re breaking free.
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Resources + links mentioned:
- Order “Break the Good Girl Myth” at goodgirlmyth.com
- Connect with Majo on Instagram at instagram.com/majomolfino/
- Find the Shadow Side of The Feminine summit at shadowsideofthefeminine.com/nimo
- Sign up for Nisha’s free new workshop, Embody Your Leadership: Expand your freedom to show up with vision & devotion, here: EmbodyYourLeadership.com
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