Clarissa Estes in her book ‘Women who run with the wolves’ says that if women want men to know them, they have to teach something about a their deep knowledge. What women really want? This is an ancient question, a puzzle expressive nature rebellious and mysterious that all women possess. Clarissa says that when men demonstrate that provision, it is time to make revelations, because a soul asked. I cannot talk about women all over the world, all your dreams and desires. But I can talk about me, because you asked me.
As the legend Manawee, I want you to guess my real name (Estes, 1994). Not the name with which I present myself in the world. The name of my being abroad, who lives in the light of day, whom everyone knows. I want to tell you the name of my inner being, the name of my second nature. The name of that writing, dancing and running in the company of wild animals. You already did, instinctively you called me by my real name, and you left all the names with which I present myself in the outside world. You called my name and I looked at you. You recognized my dual nature, you sniffed my wild nature and now you just need to remember my name. How Manawee you called your ally, your wild side to find out my name. You called your dog, which embodies both love loving best friend, the energy of the partially wild protector. Dedicated, persistent and courageous, the dog is your trust in the power of intuition. You sent me your dog and I stroked your coat.
But there are so many distractions in his way, there are so many snacks and smells, and then there are the thieves of names, looters trying to steal the sacred names, because they do not have souls, are like shadows. I wonder if like a dog Manawee once time you will be distracted and forget that you need to find my name. And in doubt, I tell you I’m not the girl of your dreams, and you tell me that I know nothing about your dreams. And when you say that, you whisper my name. Because despite all the distractions and all the looters with your canine fidelity, you find my name. And I lay my head on your shoulder, because I too know your real name, its dual nature. You say that time will bring us the answers. I wonder if time will make us forget our true names. You say no and an explosion of joy that shakes all your coat, you say you will always be my best friend. And I say your name because I want to believe it.
References and Subtitles
1. Estés, C. P. Mulheres que correm com os lobos. Título Original Women who run with wolfes. Editora Rocco. Rio de Janeiro.
2. Figure of Odin/ The Moon from Animal Divine. Tarot. Lisa Hurt. Foreword by Kris Waldherr
3. Figure de Indian woman available images Google.
4. Produced by Bccmee. Available in bccmees’s Richard Armitage Vids & Graphics http://fanvideos.wordpress.com/