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I am more powerful – a collaborative poem

In Healing Words, Real Life on February 9

I am more powerful than

 

I am more powerful than I know.

I am more powerful than those around me give me credit for, and as soon as I can trust in that power, can believe in myself, they will hear me roar!

I am more powerful than my self doubt. I’m also more powerful than my creative block.

I am more powerful than my fears. I am more powerful than I can currently imagine.

I am more powerful than the stigma of weakness attributed to my gender for centuries by men who could never handle the ferocity of a lioness.

I am more powerful than HIStory will record or have you believe.

I am more powerful than slow disappointments.

I am more powerful than I ever thought possible.

I am more powerful than hate. I am more powerful that anger. I am more powerful than fear.

I am more powerful that their alternative facts, the threat of rivers of blood, than extremists afraid of a woman with a book.

I am more powerful than my pain. I am more powerful with my grief. I am powerful.

I am more powerful than my current story of myself. I am more powerful than I may ever imagine.

I am more powerful than all the heartache visited upon me by people less powerful than myself.

I am more powerful than the pain from my past.

I am more powerful than the lies they spoke over me.

I am more powerful when I am fully present in the moment and anchored in love, than when I run my mouth in reaction.

I am more powerful when I don’t believe those smallish thoughts that race my mind.

I am more powerful than my most powerful resistance.

I am more powerful than the stories of my past for I am made of the earth and stars.

I am more powerful than I look.

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A huge * thank you * to all the wonderful lionesses who contributed their words to this collaborative poem-making project. THEY made THIS happen!  If you want to be part of this collaborative force lets share the love on the blog roll below…

You can download a printable copy of this poem here



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