to greater things.Intuitively she knows there is no right or wrong. All things are potentials for exploration. Shegoes against her parents and gets others in trouble. She keeps secrets. There is apathy anddepression because of an inability to choose only one direction out of the many that are pullingher in different ways. She might have trouble getting started but still she finds great joy and pridein the accomplishments of others.Culture, religion, and philosophical concepts are very confusing. She appears very naive.Everything seems to go against her inner nature and is not harmonious. She is told how to think and how to act and she resents it. She rebels and rejects authority. The elders are blind, they don'tunderstand what she sees with her Goddess perception.People are born, animals are born, plants grow from seeds. She is fascinated that one day shewill be able to give birth. What will it be like? Where does the baby come from? How can themiracle of birth be? It seems unreal. Will it hurt her?Her parents and society tell her sex is bad but how can it be bad if it produces babies? Sheintuits that sex is a need for a full life. With the beginning of her periods sex becomes a portionof her life that can not be ignored. The same is true for the mood swings that surge like wavesthrough her.
She discovers that by appealing to others she can achieve physical goals easily. Everyone wantsto please her. All nature appears bountiful and cooperative. There is enough for everyone. Allshe can do is good and she is impersonal love. She has light feelings of innocence andworthiness.She is naive and tries weakly to enter into physical life. She is in her early teens, the Goddessawareness is withdrawing. She reacts to physical and emotional stimulus. She is turning her back on the Goddess within and facing an exciting and unknown world with mental awareness.She notices others are fascinated by her body. She can wrap them around her finger by teasingthem and flirting. She admires her body and seeks to be more beautiful. She spends her days in joy, experimentation, and curiosity loving herself. She is becoming more of a Goddess.Nature and the world surround her with life, vitality, and sensuality. She identifys with it. Sherejects her spiritual nature and accepts physical life. She has to live. Life is a joy and a reward.She can do anything. All things are possible. She identifies with a physical sensual body and asharp inquisitive mind.Mind and body are highly integrated. Her connection with the Goddess awareness is mental.She doesn't need to think about it anymore. There is a sense of belonging and companionship insocial activities. Her intellect is brilliant. As she withdraws from her Goddess awareness shelooses her source of spiritual energy. Spiritual growth can no longer be done alone.She doesn't always get her way in things and gets into trouble. As her spiritual energy leaves,she becomes increasingly involved in wild emotional currents. Her mental clarity suffers and herintellect and reasoning ability gradually drop as they are overwhelmed by the emotions.She will seek company, laugh with good companions, and enjoy the delights of the world. As