A naked goddess is a woman who stands proud in her
true inner and outer beauty in all her divine nakedness

 This post is for women in nudism and for women who are inhibited by body shame. You do not have to be a nudist to love your body naked or to even see yourself in a bikini. Seriously, I feel more comfortable in a nudist environment totally nude then on a beach with a bathing suit on, because I am not judging my body naked.

Yes, I know, that the word “naked” MIGHT have a sexual connotation for many people; however, I personally absolutely love the word “naked” better then the word “nude”. The word “nude” is a camoflaged meaning for being “naked”. for me, the word “naked” has a much stronger meaning than the word “nude”. Being naked means that I FEEL FREE to express the naked me – the me that doesn’t need to “cover up” the true essence of the Goddess within me. It means that I absolutely accept my body as it is with all it’s flaws and imperfections.  For some women (as well as men), being “naked” or “nude” has a sexual connotation. In the textile world, you only get naked in front of one or more people when you want to have sex; whereas in the world of a nudist, it means feeling the freedom of being who you are without wearing clothes without a facade. It means no encumbrances.

 
For some who have never experienced the nudist lifestyle, being naked could mean “being exposed” and “being vulnerable” without any facades, and that can be scarey for women (as well as men). When, I am standing there with other naked/nude people with absolutely nothing to hide, For women in nudism who embrace the nudist lifestyle, they feel proud of their body-even though their body is imperfect. For me, it means being totally present without anything to hide. What you see is what you get. I have had 8 hernia surgeries, and I have the scares to prove it. For me, they are the scares of life.
It doesn’t matter how big or how small a woman is, because SHE IS A GODDESS IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD.  She embraces her hips, her thighs, her stomach (you get the picture). For instance, loving your hips and repeating the affirmation “I am in love with my beautiful NAKED Goddess sexy hips”, can help you to see your hips as beautiful and perfect in your eyes. A Goddess is someone who feels sexy on the inside. Feeling sexy doesn’t have to lead to sex. After all, we are talking about the nudist lifestyle here. Feeling sexy helps you to walk proud with confidence. Feeling sensual also helps build your confidence. The affirmation “I am a sensual and sexy woman” repeated before your next nudist experience can help you walk proud and to feel Goddess beautiful.
 
When I am in a nudist environment,I always feel beautiful; and each time I go, I fall in love with ME all over again. It is a feeling of freedom that goes beyond explanation. We as women are all beautiful naked Goddesses, but it has been instilled in us since childhood that we are not perfect; however, perfection is in the eyes of the beholder. I feel completely free and able to express the true me in a nudist environment. There are all kinds of people and all sizes and shapes in the nudist clubs. The perfection within myself became obvious in a nudist resort. True naturism/nudism is not about sex but rather your own inner sexuality – how you feel about yourself as a woman – as a beautiful naked goddess. Now all you have to do is accept that belief that you are a beautiful naked goddess within yourself.  
The following affirmation can help you even though you have no desire to be a nudist. It can help you walking through life, and it can help you in the  intimate moments of your life as well. When you feel confident in your body, magic happens.  I AM A BEAUTIFUL PROUD AND CONFIDENT NAKED GODDESS. Repeat it out loud over and over again 1/2 to 1 hour everyday for 21 days WITHOUT SKIPPING A DAY, and you will feel a shift in the very core of YOU. Check out my blog post “70+ Affirmations To Help Women Feel Good Naked”

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