Most people will recognize the cast of women pictured above, but just in case you don’t: meet Frenchy, Marty, Rizzo, Sandy, and Jan. The female cast of Grease.
When you look at this picture, which one of these women strikes you as the seductress?
Your first pick might be Rizzo, because she is the most overtly sexual of the bunch.
Or Sandy, because she is the lead dame in the story.
But the real question is, which of these women isn’t a seductress?
Take Marty for example, the hopeless romantic who wears lingerie to slumber parties and sends perfumed love letters to a catalog of suitors overseas, operating her own private little U.S.O.
Or Frenchy, the shy coquette who flirts with everyone and everything, and is a woman who refuses to relent on her passions. She drops out of high school to go to beauty school, then drops out of beauty school to go on to something else. And even though she has no idea what that is yet, she won’t stop until she finds it.
And then there’s Jan, the harlequin, who is such a comedienne you’d think her whole skeleton was made up of funny bones.
In the old paradigm of seduction, when we ask ourselves “who is the most seductive woman in the room?” most people would probably point to the woman in the tightest dress or the one surrounded by a pack of men. But in the new paradigm of Sacred Seduction, it is not a question of whether or not a woman is a seductress, because:
The question then becomes, what are each woman’s most seductive qualities? As women, we contain the all the components of great seduction in our very DNA. It is inherent and indigenous to our nature. Just look at our sister Eve! She’s been in exile since the dawn of time because her invitation to bite the apple was more influential than the command of God himself.
Yes girls, we are that powerful.
In my upcoming course Deep Dive, the story of Adam and Eve is actually our jumping off point. In the game of ownership, confidence and seduction, origin is everything to a woman’s reclamation. In our culture we are taught to feel guilty for our seductive power, to keep it hidden and under wraps – even to ourselves. Or, if we choose not to, we are taught to feel ashamed, and are blamed for our stupidity if that seductive power is violated or taken advantage of. Not to mention the ruthless, bloodthirsty competition we are taught to feel when we are in the presence of another woman who shines her seductive power forward without apology.
WELL NOT ON MY WATCH SISTER.
I believe with every fiber of my being that when we embrace our seductive power, we heal. Not just individually but collectively. Recently I was doing an intention ritual with my Mom, and as we were stating intentions for each other, she prayed “for Kitty to feel clear in her mission to help women”. What she said was meaningful and lovely, but part of it didn’t quite sit right with me. While I do work almost exclusively with women, it is not just women I am seeking to help.
The mission of Sacred Seduction is to make this world a more kind and welcoming place for the feminine to thrive. When I say “the feminine”, I don’t just mean women. I mean the feminine in all of us: women, men, the planet and each other. Being a sacred seductress is about being a leader in this way of life.
If that mission calls to you, I would love to have you take part in Deep Dive, where we swim the depths of what it means to live out your seductive legacy with pleasure, power and purpose. We start May 4th. I would love to have you.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have an apple to devour,
PS – Not quite ready to buy a ticket to the show but still want to take a peek? Be sure to check out my free series called Peep Show. It’s like a backstage pass to living The Seductive Life. Click here to get yours.