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  • Hello everyone. Today I'm going to talk to you all about a passion subject for me,

  • divine masculine and divine feminine. This subject provokes so much confusion.

  • Now we understand that we're in the age of Aquarius,

  • and most of us who are in the spiritual community think

  • that part of the age of Aquarius is femininity, or divine feminine

  • raising up into its power

  • so there is balance that is restored in this universe or within the human race.

  • There is an idea that in order for the human race to come into an aspect

  • of balance relative to masculine and feminine that masculinity has to come down

  • in its level of power and that femininity has to rise up in it's level of power,

  • and then you will have balance.

  • But I'm here to tell you today that this is not the truth at all.

  • We are not sitting on some kind of cosmic scale.

  • And I can tell you first hand

  • that rising into power for women

  • has nothing to do with decreasing in power for men.

  • Another way of saying this is that the balance that will be restored

  • within humanity and on this planet Earth relative to masculine and feminine

  • is about both rising into power. Now I know what you're thinking,

  • 'wait a second, masculinity has been in control and in power for

  • thousands of years.' What if I told you that isn't true.

  • What if I told you that masculinity, divine masculine,

  • has not actually ever reached its point of power.

  • What if I told you that divine masculine has been acting from a place

  • of powerlessness for years upon years. Men have striped power from women

  • for thousands of years. There is a big difference between gaining

  • power yourself and striping power away from another.

  • When you strip power away from someone else

  • by brute force, by subjugation,

  • you do not increase your power one bit.

  • You stay where you are vibrationally while you diminish the power of another.

  • This is the only reason that it seems one has more power than the other.

  • But you are not powerful because someone else is weak.

  • Women have made a major mistake

  • and that mistake is to do the same thing to men that men have done to us

  • for centuries. To take our power back by de-masculinizing them.

  • and this of course is coming from an understandable place,

  • we have spent most of our lives feeling completely powerless to men.

  • The truth is we've felt powerless for so many years

  • that the natural step from that powerless space is into anger and revenge.

  • and so our culture in the west has striped masculinity out of men

  • and while many patriarchal misogynists still do exist,

  • many men, especially those who watch videos like this one

  • are afraid to come into their power because they are sorry for what men

  • have done to women in the past. They're afraid of becoming monsters,

  • they associate their masculine power as negative instead of positive.

  • As you know, I like putting myself on the line in these videos so I'm going

  • to open up to you now: most of you who have been following my story

  • and my videos know that my childhood was extreme. I was subjugated by men,

  • prostituted by men, I was used for their amusement since I was 6 years old

  • and yet I grew up a beautiful woman

  • and so I did not feel the same kind of powerless to them that many women feel

  • because I felt as if I could manipulate my way into anything relative to men,

  • I could get them to do what I wanted them to do.

  • But recently I came into touch with my own femininity

  • I basically started exploring what it was I was disconnected with relative to

  • my own womanhood and what I've found is

  • that there is a bunch of levels that I had not really examined

  • relative to me disconnecting to my own femininity,

  • me feeling as if men have basically striped my connection with

  • my feminine power away and regardless of whether it took the shape of a man

  • actually controlling me, which is didn't, it took another shape, I found.

  • Which was that I came into contact with the fact that I have so much shame

  • relative to being a woman. And I did identify that the origin of those beliefs

  • is coming from men in my childhood. So even though I may not have felt as if

  • I was being directly subjugated by them, I was being indirectly subjugated by men.

  • And I went into a real spiral about this because I realized that I had shame

  • relative to everything that my body was doing and I had this belief, that it was

  • better to be born a man, which is a belief which most women I've talked to share.

  • I got mad.

  • For the first time in my life, I really related to the women in the 60's movements

  • where I just felt as if I had lost my connection

  • with being a woman and there was something inherent in my nature that

  • was not okay and should not be embraced and should be ashamed of.

  • So, I experienced this interesting thing relative to my ex-husband where he was

  • meaning well, but I came downstairs after all this realization about the fact

  • that I had felt powerless to men for years and not been aware of it because it took

  • such a covert form within me. And I came downstairs and I expressed all of this

  • new epiphany with him about the fact that our society in general makes women feel

  • as if we are not appropriate in and of ourselves, as if we're not good enough

  • as women and as if there's some inherent shame that comes along with being a woman.

  • And that I felt as if I was very disconnected with myself as a female,

  • that I felt more masculine, in fact. And I started ranting and raving about

  • what I observed in this current society, which is that it is a societal issue

  • not only on this continent, not only in the western world, but in the world

  • in general, it's a collective human belief among women that there is something

  • inappropriate about divine feminine, something shameful about it.

  • Now, meaning well, and understanding my teachings, he said 'well yeah, you'd be

  • a match to that wouldn't you? That's your creation, you won't meet any women

  • in your reality that are in a space of power because your point of attraction

  • is that women aren't." Now I have to tell you, in that split second

  • I experienced what many women have experienced for years and I related

  • to women who have been fighting against men for years and I got

  • really angry in that minute. And I almost bit his head off (laughing)

  • because I felt as if I was coming from a space of powerlessness, I didn't realize

  • how powerless I felt to my own divine feminine nature and I was coming from

  • that space of powerlessness into a space of more power, which felt like anger

  • and in that moment, that invalidation of the powerlessness I felt for years,

  • I got so furious that downstream was revenge. So, I must say,

  • the reason I shared that is because it is understandable why so many people

  • watching this video would feel a lot of anger relative to men and a lot of anger

  • even relative to hearing me say that balance in the universe is not going

  • to be restored by femininity rising up and masculinity decreasing, but rather

  • by the rising up of both. I resisted my femininity for years because

  • I grew up in a society like most of us do, where I was convinced it was better

  • to be born a boy. I was brutalized and prostituted, I felt out of control

  • of my body, I grew up in a culture that believed that there were just

  • certain things that came along with being a girl that were our cross to bear.

  • I didn't want to be a girl, I hardened my personality so much that I lost touch

  • with my femininity. I perceived my femininity as weakness, I was repulsed

  • by the idea of being a woman and yet, every month I bled, and yet,

  • I bear children. When I was young,

  • I grew up in a culture which believed in the idea of Adam and Eve.

  • And in the story of Adam and Eve,

  • Eve is the one that picks the apple and after that is damned basically by God,

  • cursed by God and is seen as a sinner.

  • She is basically, Eve is the origin of sin and the reason women bleed each month

  • and the reason that childbirth is painful to this particular culture is

  • because of that original sin. So it's the cross to bear of every woman

  • to suffer for the original sin of Eve. And so, there is something in the culture

  • that I grew up in, that says it is sinful, or something that should be repented for,

  • in even being born a girl. So men seem stronger to me,

  • they could survive the kinds of things I was going through when I felt

  • that I couldn't. And regardless of what I wanted or didn't want,

  • I understood that my body would yield to theirs.

  • I mean, I had my first period at 15 years old and my very next cycle I got pregnant

  • by my abuser which is a man that was in his 60's at the time.

  • And I must admit,

  • I felt like my body betrayed me.

  • The odd thing that I found out when I started seeing clients is

  • it didn't take the extremity of the kind of situation I was in as a child

  • to develop these feelings relative to your own femininity. I want you to

  • let this sink in for a minute, I have not met one woman

  • in all of my years of doing this job that does not feel some kind of alienation

  • and separation from their own eternal femininity. And we could consider

  • femininity the essence of who they are in this life. That's kind of a problem.

  • We make an enemy of our gender and yet we can't escape it.

  • and the same goes for men. It's no different.

  • So many men on this planet reject their own masculinity,

  • they have no idea what it is. What is it to be a man?

  • What is it to be a woman? It's the question in all of our minds.

  • We're in this eternal struggle relative to our own gender, we can't figure out

  • what it means. And so there's sort of a power struggle that goes on

  • between men and women and we spend most of our time trying to strip the other

  • of it's power in order to feel as if we have power, but you know

  • what's interesting? We find we're not actually attracted to our polar aspect,

  • whether that be male, whether that be female, if that polar aspect is not in

  • a space of it's true power and it's true potential. So we may try

  • to strip away their power, but it's at the detriment of uniting because we're

  • no longer attracted to one another. Men try to take the power away from women

  • and find that they are actually not attracted to ignorant, weak,

  • subjugated lemmings. Women try to take their power back from men

  • and realize that they do not respect and are not attracted to de-masculinized,

  • confused, overgrown children. We are not attracted to weakness in each other.

  • We only want weakness from the other sex when we ourselves feel insecure

  • and powerless to them. The truth is, we all enjoy freedom. And free will is

  • a precondition of your life, it's an absolute. We enjoy the freedom

  • to being able to choose to work or to stay home with the kids regardless

  • of what gender we are. But the secret that no one