The Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine – A Need for Harmony
As the end of 2017 and the beginning of this year, there was a change in embracing the Divine Feminine. More women are speaking out and while I applaud these women coming forward of the #MeToo movement that has spread worldwide, for either speaking out, even pressing charges against those who are accused of sexual assault or harassment.
But I will not be speaking about individual cases. I am not a lawyer, nor a therapist but one who is curious to learn and see on a deeper spiritual level. I am not here to argue who is guilty or who is innocent, but simply understand. I am not a feminist, and I don’t condone any form of violence against anyone – this includes both men, women and children.
Throughout humanity’s history, men seem to have a lot of power, status and control over women. Yet, as we are all striving towards equality, both men and women, we need to realise our own sense of responsibility in the world.
What I mean, by this is; that we all have Divine Masculine and Feminine energies within our soul. We are all human beings, here to experience life, and to make the best choices within our lives.
The role of men has dramatically changed over the years. More women are in the workforce, taking more ‘male’ roles in a variety of occupations such as CEOs, engineers, and scientists. But yet, you wouldn’t find many of these women in these respective occupations worldwide. Yet, you would also discover men taking more ‘traditional’ women’s workplace roles such as nurses, teachers and caregivers. Besides, a job is still a job, and if anyone has the relevant qualifications, life experience, and true motivation to undertake of these respective occupations. Why not?
We are not purely defined by our gender, but in society, we have labels put before us. We each were assigned a gender at birth, and hence for our future has been already sealed. But there’s no
reason why we can’t change our thinking towards the social responsibility of every human being.
Words are as powerful as actions:
Words have a profound impact on everything and everyone. Words themselves have a vibration to change our emotions, our thinking and on our soul. While the Divine Feminine is ready to speak to the world about her aching pains and need for equality, she needs to realise that she needs to work in counterpart with the Divine Masculine. The Divine Masculine himself, is hurting. He is feeling out of balance, out of harmony and in turn wants to be heard.
Social responsibility worldwide:
Men are more likely to commit suicide, and men’s mental health needs to be taken seriously. While our perception of what is truly ‘masculine’ or ‘feminine’ is now evolving and changing, we all have a social responsibility to think for ourselves and therefore act for ourselves. We all are accountable for our actions and our words. Both men and women need to realise that to have equality, begins with conversation with your fellow counterpart, and your fellow human being.
Good men, and Good women:
There are good, hardworking and dedicated men who are good fathers, husbands, spouses and partners. Even so, in many tries worldwide the judicial systems seem to favour women. While each individual case is different in different circumstances, men also have rights towards seeing their children. Parental alienation for both men and women is a huge issue worldwide. This means for a variety of issues, (but not unlimited to) either mental health issues, financial issues, regressed emotional issues, that one partner/spouse refuses to allow the other partner/spouse access to their children. Or in criminal cases, in countries around the world; things may take a more sinister turn that could be affecting the wellbeing of our children.
So how can we assure that we are good men and good women? We need to teach our children, and even learn as adults the act or discernment (judgment). What is fair to you may not be fair to another person, but there are always two sides to every story.
Can we all be fair and considerate towards one another? I’m not speaking about favoring one person over another, or one gender over the opposite sexes, but now, it is the time to start questioning the fairness and justice of all legal and civil liabilities of all individuals.
Stay humble in the face of adversity:
Why is it important to stay humble? Everyone wants and seeks justice for all people. We need to have kindness and compassion with our hearts. We each all have flaws and we all make mistakes. But, the reason why it is important to have harmony and balance within the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine is to understand that our gender shouldn’t define us. We may not be of the same gender, but we certainly can still have the same compassion and love for another human being.
In conclusion, everyone has a responsibility towards make a change. It is not what separates us, but what brings us together. We still have a long way to go with equality, and equality for all human beings, even so, I would like to challenge our thinking to seeing a bigger picture. There’s serious and pressing issues towards creating change for all people (men, women and children). Yet, we all need to understand each other and begin a conversation about creating this important change. I know and you know that it won’t happen overnight, it may even take years. But if you want to have change, you need to create this change.
It’s not about fighting or trying to get what you want in life, but to understand that our world is changing. What I am trying to say, is that we all have a social responsibility towards harmony. Both men and women wish to be and heard, but now is the time to make this happen. We need listen and understand each other.
The question is: are we willing to do this? Why put labels on everything including our genders, but essentially to see each other, and ourselves as human beings.
We all deserve to love, compassion and understanding. When the world realise this, then we will all have balance and harmony. Isn’t it time that we see each other as human beings rather than being seen purely by gender, our sex, or own ‘labels’ that we put on ourselves and by our own society?