“Uber Masculine doesn’t have to mean Anti-Feminine.” @madelynmoon
I grew up in a family and in a culture that teaches men that masculinity is anti-femininity.
They are taught that women exist to admire physically and to protect.
But physical admiration taken to its extreme is objectification and protection becomes control.
I see this tendency in many cultures, not just my own, and it grinds me to the core.
For how can we invite women to embrace their feminine when they are taken advantage of for doing just that?
As I’ve become more vulnerable online and tapped into my feminine, I’ve attracted a host of anti-feminine energies in my space.
I receive sexualizing messages and creepy confessions from men almost weekly.
I’ve been called too ‘sensitive,’ as if it were a weakness to feel what’s coming my way.
I have people I hardly know act entitled to my energy and time for free.
When this happens, my reflex is to shut down and embrace more masculinity to stave off the negative attention.
It makes me view my softness as weakness, and distrust my inherent femininity.
I‘ve refused myself a life of ease and trust for years after being betrayed in my first relationship and blaming that on being too catering, gentle, and basically, womanly.
I’ve deserted my femininity after witnessing the women in my family being overpowered by men who disrespect them and use their strength to control.
But right now I feel drawn to my femininity with a force I‘ve never experienced before.
It’s not easy for a woman who’s been surrounded by men who condemn the feminine energy to then embrace it.
Femininity needs a safe and sacred place to exist. Until we dispose of anti-feminine ideals, we’ll continue to see resentment and an imbalance of energies impact our relationships.
The matrix has you... Doesn't it?
Maybe you only think it doesn't?
Maybe you think you're aware, you're conscious.. but that's just another trap? Another system you're in?
It can be tricky... There are so many levels of spiritual awakening that the growth never really ends.. But afterall, the most important is to focus on TODAY. Start where you are:) Observe what are the illusions you need to break through NOW.
Do you take time to remember that nothing outside of you trully exists? Everything is just a reflection of your internal state?
P.s. Do you know that the movie "Matrix" AND "Terminator" was based on a woman's called the Mother of Matrix (Sophia Stewart) manuscript?
Sophia is an author from Las Vegas. In 1981 she wrote a book called "The third eye" and soon after she submitted it to an add requesting new sci-fiction works.. Wachowski Brothers ended up stealing her story and creating several movies out of it.
The woman persevered, proved that it was her story and is still fighting for billions of dollars. (It's not very clear how the case ended if it did...) In her story she is the Oracle and Neo is Jesus, The One. Apparently the story itself is even deeper then presented in the movie.
I strongly encourage you to do some research yourself, listen to Sophia's interviews and make your own judgements.
In any case, she seems to be a great spiritual writter that changed the history of black artwork... Unfortunatelly many of us are still unaware of this! ...