You radiate a deeply rooted, nurturing, and all-consuming love.
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Your seductive appeal may be understated. You have a warm, grounding, down-to-earth energy that magnetizes. Your authenticity and vulnerability invites others to lower their guard. With you, there are no gimmicks or games. You are completely emotionally available.
There are many reasons people may succumb to your charms. You see the best in them and you give of yourself freely. You don’t mind pampering your partner, feeding their ego, or creating a divine meal. Your natural charisma and entertaining skills are apart of your seductive signature. You appeal to the inner child lingering in every man that longs for an earth-shattering, all consuming love. No matter what people do for a living or what station in life they’ve met— this inner child never goes away.
Women who are dominated by the mother archetype can easily struggle with boundaries. You are your most captivating when you are running on all cylinders, and you are fully tapped into the mother and lover energy. When this happens, “ladies” exude an energy that is warm and captivating in an almost primal way. The mother and lover archetypes are the most primordial feminine archetypes, so when experienced together they incite a deep, primitive response . But when you allow your boundaries to be eroded, you become a shell of yourself. You can easily become a doormat– your charms taken for granted, and even used. When attempting to pour from a tapped well, you can easily feel exhausted, frustrated, and in the extremes, destructive, completely diminishing your ability to feel good in your skin, and effortlessly magnetize. Dominant mother women are also prone to struggle to embrace their sexual energy as one of the archetypes that may have to be more deliberate in their journey.
The founder of Women Love Power®, Ayesha K. Faines is a writer, media personality, and brave new voice for feminine power and social change. Sought after for her provocative insights on culture, mythology and gender politics, she has been featured on MTV, Essence, Entertainment Tonight, The Michael Baisden Radio Show, AfroPunk, and Time among other media outlets. She’s traveled the world lecturing before a number of universities, and she pens a column for Zora Magazine that explores the intersection of love and power. She is best known as a featured panelist on “The Grapevine”. Ayesha is a graduate of Yale University and a former television journalist.