It is the imbalance in our view and appreciation of the feminine powers compared to the male.
It is not about the relationship between men and women or how much power and influence women have or should have in our society, but about the appreciation of the female principle.
More important is the question of how women and men confront each other in their lives with these two forces or how both live the male as well as the feminine principle. In the last century, since the time of the Enlightenment, which crowned the reason and supposedly “rational” thought, man has become a more one-sided male, suppressing the female principle, which today causes us crises in all areas of life.
The “male’s way” is characterized by the dominance of thought, the rational mind. It puts emphasis on doing, working, pursuing goals, controlling, exerting, growing, etc., while time for relaxation, enjoying, playing, dreaming, etc. have little space in his life. This imbalance has led to the increasing chaos, rush and friction in both women and men, in our partnerships and in our companies. We have lost the purpose and do not see the meaning of our lives as human beings. The striving for more material, for the constant material growth has become predominant in many people’s lives.
In the last thirty or so years, since the so-called women's movement, women in particular have been unilaterally embarking on a male path, and collectively rejecting the path their mothers showed them in childhood and youth. So the daughters decided: "I want to do it differently than my mother!" But doing something different than somebody does not lead to a better result, because what you reject, you become. As a result of this decision, today we have women who live a male life and put on their pants. The woman’s desire was to free herself from the dependence on the man. Women have become increasingly successful in their professional life, earning their own money and finding more self-confidence. This is to be welcomed, but the way they live has led many women to a dead end.
Many of them have developed a negative relationship with their femininity and their body. As a result, their bodies have been showing symptoms of this way of life in recent years as they are becoming increasingly ill, the greatest impact being on the female organs, breasts, uterus and ovaries, and thus unconsciously developing cancer.
Men, on the other hand, are becoming increasingly insecure about the path that leads to a happy, self-confident being and are internally torn apart. They are trying really hard to play the male role by working, persevering, fulfilling their duties, ignoring thus the symptoms of their bodies, and many end up with depression or burnout suffering, developing other problems such as back pain, joint disease, heart attack, etc.
Both women and men are now painfully reminded through crises and diseases of the great imbalance they have created in their lives between the male and female principles. A fundamental law of nature states that every energy system seeks compensation. This law has long been ignored both men and women.
We are now being asked to give space to the feminine power in our lives. Above all, the feminine has to do with our inner world, especially our heart and emotions. It strives to teach us to reestablish the balance between the outer and our inner world of contemplation, feelings, intuition, listening to the voice of our heart.
Our mind does not have this competence to lead us into a happy, meaningful life in a healthy body and in loving communities. This knowledge belongs to our heart.
Especially the women who embody the feminine side of life will remember that feminine force is not weaker than the masculine. To be sure, it has a lot to do with facing weaknesses such as certain feelings, fear, powerlessness in order to transform and to emerge as a stronger being.
A woman or man is not a strong person if they represses and rejects their feelings.
The strongest person is the one who is not afraid of his so-called weak sides and who has an open ear for the voice of his body and soul and follows it.
Many women have turned their lives into a fight. But if you think you have to fight, life sends something to fight. Fighting has nothing to do with the feminine power. The fighting woman (whether she's fighting for something or against something) now discovers that she has fought against herself and has seriously injured herself. This applies to both the women, who wanted to “do it” differently than their mothers and the considerable number of women (estimated at 20-30 percent), who should "actually become a man". Both groups together make up the majority of women.
The woman, as the representative of the feminine principle, as the bearer of this primeval female power, which lies in every woman, will become aware of her strength in the years to come.
The woman represents the divine love while the man represents the divine light. Love and light meet in the relationship between woman and man. But only the woman who becomes aware of her female treasure, the love in her, is the radiant and healthy woman. And a man can only partner with a woman, who has realized herself in this way – as the divine love.
Thus, more and more women, especially those who have brought their body to the abyss by the rejection of the feminine principle, are now looking for the way towards the female consciousness and life again. This is possible both through the inward path as well as through the common path with other women.
The woman cannot find access to her feminine power through a man, but only when distancing herself from men. It is important that she takes time for herself, goes inside and honestly tests where her weaknesses are, i.e. how they obstruct her from reaching her full potential as woman.
The woman is “fluent“ by nature. Not only does she have monthly “blood flows” every four weeks, but “fluent” here also refers to the flow of feelings and love; love itself is woman’s domain. Thus, a conscious woman takes time for inner thought, reflection, meditation and listening to what her heart whispers to her.
She nourishes herself and her soul with music, dancing, singing, literature or diary writing and a courageous and honest exchange of experiences with her female fellows. She indulges in the enjoyment of so called "horizontal principle", i.e. a massage, sauna, bath, bed and makes her own body her best friend.
And at work, she should not mutate into a “man-woman”, but remain in contact with her inner self, keeping her heart and senses open to the signals of life around her and shaping a day with awareness, mindfulness, self-centeredness and enjoyment.
Just as men are now seeking their way to a healthy, happy manhood, and thereby opening themselves to the feminine principle, so many women in this time of great transformations should be returning to their source, the goddess.
These women will no longer feel like victims like their mothers, but joyfully take their creator's responsibility for creating and shaping their lives with their own hands. They will no longer put up with boring, rigid relationships with men and will cease to interfere in their affairs.
A woman who has rediscovered herself will be in lively contact with other women, love herself, honor and admire her own beauty. In this way, it will greatly contribute to a new Earth, entire humanity, and loving communities.
C A T E G O R I E S:
“The day she realised, it was not about the world but was all about her, she grew the wings. The day she understood she was not answerable to any of them who always blamed and pointed her, she had the fire blazing in her eyes. She raised and soared towards the sky. The whole world looked at her in awe and wished if only they could be her. She was not confined to be on the ground anymore. She had the wings of fire and she left a trail everywhere she went, for other to follow.”
― Akshau Vasu