ACCORDING to the laws of spirituality, divine feminine and divine masculine energy exists in all things.
Part of your spiritual journey is finding ways to balance the two.
Divine masculine and feminine energy exists within all beings
What is your divine masculine?
Divine masculine energy is action-based, and focused on doing rather than being. It’s all about things like structure, logic, and taking charge, writes Mind Body Green Mindfulness.
Further divine masculine qualities include confidence, assertiveness and boldness.
“There are things in the world we do need to fight for, and situations where we need to draw a line in the sand about what’s right or wrong,” intuitive counselor Elana Kilkenny told the outlet.
The divine feminine, by contrast, is associated with feelings of intuition, nurturing, receptiveness, and interconnectedness.
It is soft yet fierce, caring yet aware, and highlights the maternal side to oneself.
How do you channel your divine masculine?
There are several ways to channel your divine masculine energy according to Mind Body Green Mindfulness.
It’s important to note that while some divine masculine qualities may exist in a person more than their divine feminine, the aim is to reach a balance of the two.
Some of ways you can encourage your divine masculine are to be:
- Logical and analytical
- A warrior
Use affirmations to shift your mindset and activate your masculine energy. This could include “I am a warrior,” or “I am a master of self-discipline.”
Take risks with confidence, and don’t shy away from a challenge. Don’t remain attached to the outcome and stay assured that what will be, will be.
It’s about “being able to assert oneself but still maintain that integrity with who you are—just having confidence and not downplaying it,” Kilkenny adds.
What are some examples of the divine masculine?
The concept of divine masculine energy comes from masculine archetypes observed in several world religions.
Hindu God Shiva, Zeus of Greek mythology, and even the idea of a masculine God or “Father” in Christianity all embody masculine divine energy through the qualities they possess.
Masculine archetypes, deities and teachers are all good examples to reference when evaluating the divine masculine.Credit: Getty
“Divine masculine is about archetypes—it’s not about men and women,” intuitive counselor Elana Kilkenny told Mind Body Green Mindfulness.
Masculine archetypes, deities and teachers are all good examples to reference when evaluating the divine masculine.
Kilkenny suggests asking yourself what you can learn from these archetypes and how you can integrate some of their energies while staying true to yourself.
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