How is your energetic balance? We all possess both male and female energy as a part of a well-balanced life. This belief can be traced back to beginning civilization, and is reflected in several cultures, artwork and their traditions. For instance, the ancient Mayan civilization was aware of the importance of balancing the power of these two energies, and it's very evident in their artwork and practices. Here in the US, we became more aware of this belief through Eastern philosophy, with Yin and Yang, harmoniously balancing Yin feminine energy, and Yang masculine. The concept of two energies in one body is apparent in many ancient beliefs, with sun energy being a masculine persona, and the moon energy being the feminine. It is extremely apparent in Hinduism practices as well! Just to be clear, we aren't referring back to biology class, and the study of the X and Y chromosomes today.
When we work with gender energy, we make time to communicate emotions and creativity in Yin, the feminine. While setting goals and taking action to achieve them in the Yang, male energy. We might trust our intuition and lean into our gut with Yin feelings while setting clear boundaries, and tackling them systematically, with the Yang. We can nurture and support ourselves and others with Yin feminine energy, yet step into a leadership role and serve others with Yang. With just these few examples, we can see the balance of female and male energy unfolding in our life. This energy can also be viewed as a connection of mind and heart. In this episode we cover the wounded feminine and wounded male characteristics that some might encounter in themselves or others. Followed by activities that could be applied to bring both sides into balance. We end with a simple “hands on” technique including step-by-step directions to implement it.
You are invited to listen to this informational episode to “call in” balanced yin and yang energy, “call in” harmony! “Call in the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine to enter in and be in your heart. “Call in” these two energies, align them into one body. “Call IT in with Dar!”
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