An Ode to Wild Hair

“When we accept our own wild beauty, it is put into perspective, and we are no longer poignantly aware of it anymore, but neither would we forsake it or disclaim it either. Does a wolf know how beautiful she is when she sleeps? Does a feline know what beautiful shapes she makes when she sits? Is a bird awed by the sound it hears when it snaps open its wings? Learning from them, we just act in our own true way and do not draw back from or hide our natural beauty. Like the creatures, we just are, and it is right.” - Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés • Women Who Run With The Wolves

Let yourself be wild. Let yourself be free. Through loving yourself you are doing the most radical act, because to love yourself is the breaking free from the false ideals of beauty that society has put upon you. Set yourself free from the binds of domestication. We are meant to run wild in the dirt, swim naked in the sea, walk barefoot on the earth.

In my own reclamation of Self and Womanhood, I let my hair be as free as my soul. I have always been untamed in spirit, yet growing up, believed I should be caged so as not to be seen, so that I could be protected and safe. But I made the bold and brave decision last year to trust my heart and allow myself and my hair the freedom it always yearned : to lock and dread naturally, organically, freely.

I am embodying the Wild Woman I know that I am. The fearless, confident, beautiful, radiant, compassionate, creative being that I am. Wild & Free. Letting the wind guide me. With intuition as my compass, I will only continue to follow my heart.

This book changed my life ✧ WOMEN WHO RUN WITH THE WOLVES BOOK ◎

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