A woman does not adorn herself to captivate attention, but to honor the vessel that is her body.
She is sensuality and it is effortless in its simplicity.
She does not move her body to attract, but rather to enjoy the movement of her earthly temple.
There is joy in movement.
There is joy in claiming her vessel.
She knows her relationship to all, and wears it in her air and countenance for all to see.
The sensuality of her adornments are for the pleasure they elicit her own senses, and do not stem from a need to be seen.
She needs nothing, because she is already everything.
The swing of her ear bobs, the slip of silk against her skin, the jingle of an anklet, or the rustle of fabric that tickles her eardrums is for her pleasure alone …
When adornment is used in the above way, there can be no over sexualization of her female form.
There can be no posturing for position at all, because adornment is not being used as an “effect” but as an extension of the Divine Feminine.
The Feminine is texture and emotion.
The Goddess is sensuality incarnate.
Out of her love for herself, and all of her earthiness, she dresses her physical Temple from a place of love.
She is worthy of adornment because she IS.
There is no artfulness or calculation in this, and that is why it is truly magnetic.