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What I Wish Demi and Whitney Knew

Sisters,

Wow, what a night, what a night, what a night!
I am sitting here, overwhelmed and overjoyed by the explosion of outrageous fun and deep celebration at “The Radical Step That Changes Everything” Intro night at the School of Womanly Arts. This night was so meaningful to me. Why? Because of the content we plowed through, blew open, and restructured.
Why?

Because enough is enough.
I am at maximum tolerance.
Women have been raised so differently from men. Men are encouraged to swing out, mess up, and fail. Women, on the other hand, have been taught to keep it down, keep it small, and not to take risks.
I mean, look at Steve Jobs! Or Bill Clinton! Or Donald Trump!
These are all men who won wildly, and lost wildly, and then got up, dusted off, and won wildly again, in their lifetimes.

Women are not so generous with themselves. When we make what we consider a mistake, we attack ourselves, both guns blazing.
I mean, check out our sister Demi Moore, who has been all over the tabloids. All she did was marry a cute, hot, younger, A-list actor. She had a fun, hot relationship with him for eight years and then, it ended with an explosive indiscretion. And now, she is attacking herself and blaming herself and really, really hurting herself. Demi! Stop yourself!! You are an amazing, ravishing, powerful woman no matter who you marry or divorce!
Listen, sister. You did nothing wrong.
(And don’t even get me started on our beloved oh-so-recently-passed sister, Whitney….)

This kind of thing enrages me.
Every woman has an inner Demi, an inner Whitney–that part of ourselves that turns on ourselves and attacks ourselves when we do not measure up to our own expectations.
And last week, we shattered that story into a million little pieces and released a flood of starlight into the world, with 250 women, together–just for the wild fun of it–making and taking a radical act of pleasure, together.
Why?

Keeping it small is sooo last week.
Women are all legends–with their lids on.
And with you by my side, we are going to bust through and open a brand new radical trajectory for women.
The School of Womanly Arts teaches women to make a mega-huge splash on the canvas of life.
We teach women to erupt like volcanos and pour our own particular hot lava all over whatever our hearts most deeply desire.
And when she hits a wall–as every woman inevitably does–she knows how to pick herself up, dust herself off, and take it even higher, bigger, louder and prouder the next time.
And I want that experience for you, for me, for every woman, with every fiber of my being.

Come take a radical step with me.
If you’re ready to take the lid off the legend that lives inside you, call The Palace at 212-787-2411 x1 or click here to enroll online, before it’s too late.
Having some doubts? Every woman does when faced with the opportunity to get everything she wants and more. Click here to schedule a free Pleasure Consultation with one of my enrollers.

With so much love and pleasure,

Mama Gena

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  • mama gena February 17, 2012, 12:09 pm

    martina- thank yo so much for your resonance!
    wildcherry- i love it when you roar!
    donna- i thank you for your bountiful participation!!
    kirsten- sending buckets of love to copenhagen!
    rica- i count on your high dial!!
    line- you are a beacon of light for yourself and all women!!
    natalie- here is to women living their light!
    salkis- thanks for your words!
    diva- self love is pure courage.
    janet- prayers for your perfect healing!
    thank you all for reading this- and for standing in sisterhood with all women, no matter our challenges!

  • Janet February 17, 2012, 7:29 am

    Wow, this hit home, as I was just diagnosed with an ulcer, the result I know of bottling up so much CRAP and living in a constant state of fear rather than joy. Enough is enough! Thank you for the encouragement, as always!

  • divadiva February 17, 2012, 12:30 am

    Dearest Mama Gena: You are right on!!! As women we are trained to be a “Demi” and “Whitney” in one way or the other despite of all we are and all we do…But I too, thanks to your teachings, have thrown down the gauntlet of “Not Enough!” and learned to LOVE MYSELF UNCONDITIONALLY…Any Whitneys or Demis out there??? Run don’t walk and get you some Mama Gena. In the process you will get the best present of all…REALIZATION OF THE DIVA GODDESS WITHIN….Love you, Mama Gena!!!

  • salkis February 16, 2012, 5:22 pm

    Mama Gena, I agree with u totally here. i too am tired of all this burden we carry about our looks, our weight, who we love, how we love and so on.. we are awesome females who create Men and Women so there shouldn’t be a limit on how we think and feel!

  • Natalie February 16, 2012, 2:58 pm

    When I saw Demi and Whitney in the news this week, I TOTALLY thought they could use mastery. It would rock their worlds. Much love to you, Regina and all the gals at the palace. xoxoxoxoxo

  • Line Sander February 16, 2012, 2:15 pm

    YESSssssss Mama, what a beautiful post you just just shared with us!!! Thank you so much <3
    I mean it all you hot sister goddesses from Denmark and the rest of the world; this is it!
    I travelled all the way from tiny sexy denmark across the beautiful blue planet to the most amazing hot pink palace with a queen and her gang, O.H. S.O much fun, and for four months+ I studied on my MA in school, all the money landed the day I graduated from NY, I got every single sexy dollar back!
    Yo yo yo sister goddesses, yes you who might think, just maybe, that I must have been completely out of my mind crazy and you who feel your whole body tickles from just the tiniest sight of either mama gena or her emails or what ever, GET YOUR SWEET LITTLE BUD IN MASTERY!!!!!!!
    oh love love love to Kirsten Stendevad's post as well, so true, and wild cherry, you are so sweet and hot and right on, wooohoooo
    Xoxoxoxox From Denmark! Perfectionism is truly so last century, love that K.

  • Rica February 16, 2012, 2:03 pm

    I’ve got both arms raised HIGH and I say YES!
    Let us not just step, but LEAP, BOUND, VAULT radically into our desires.
    My dial is turned WAY UP!!!!

  • kirsten stendevad February 16, 2012, 1:53 pm

    Mama Gena, I am so grateful you exist and for the work you do. Perfectionism is cute, but so last century. Lets burst through limitations and create the new. We know that free women with open hearts, minds and spirits not only change their own world for the better, but THE world.

    I recommend Mama Gena´s books, online courses and Mastery class to every women: an experience for life. Go for it sister goddesses around the globe! Love & Lipstick from Copenhagen

  • Donna aka Court MC February 16, 2012, 1:46 pm

    Brilliant post, and wish there was a worldwide megaphone for you to share this message on! Thanks for your writings, the communities of women you put together, and your stand for pleasure and great lives!

  • Wildcherry February 16, 2012, 1:08 pm

    Loud ROARS of YYYYEEESSSSSSSSS to it all. Magnificent magnificence.

  • martina February 16, 2012, 1:05 pm

    YAY, let´s go for it!!
    What you are saying so resonates with me, thank you for those words of wisdom and power!