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Cong    1,635
Cong

Hi everyone, I want to have a better understanding of the female energy when it's free and being fully embraced. What does it feel like? How can you get there? What are some of the good examples when the female energy is manifesting in a magnificent way? I will love to hear about your personal experience and thoughts. Or if you can point me to any transcripts that shed light on this topic, it will be of great help :)

 

The background of my question is that Michael has mentioned multiple times to me that I have wounding around my female/creative energy or just being female in general. The situation is bad enough that I have developed several (minor) chronic issues around my female reproductive organs - I know I'm not alone in this and many women share the pain.

 

I have higher male energy in essence and I think I have embraced this part of me without much problem.

 

When I think of the characters of being feminine and creative, I think of being spontaneous, free spirit, and have a good intuition. These are the things I am already doing, but apparently my understanding is still quite limited and not deep enough to heal my wounds completely.

 

It will be my goal to seek for harmony and balance of the two energies, on the other hand, I accept that I am more used to stay focused and being direct, and it will not be my intention to become someone I am not. 

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Rosario    1,430
Rosario

I would also love to read  other students' experiences :)  My ratio is 65F 35M...In my short life experience : )  I feel like “manifesting my female energy”  when expressing my emotions the moment they come. If I'm happy Iet my enthusiasm flow. If I’m feeling down I acknowledge it, express it, cry. That way, the triggering issue is realized and healthfully processed . First I'm honest with myself. If it has to do with someone else, I choose to tell them or not.  Even crying can feel a bit blissful if you let it flow in the very moment the necessity arrives.  It’s very cleansing.  

 

Not bottling up your feelings is a way to honor your Female energy. Like Michael says, live unapologetically.  I was raised by parents that mostly understood this and my need to ascert my truth in the world.

You could say all this is another form of being aligned with Essence.  Experiencing your wholeness and Loving what comes from and to you.  So find what feels good for you! 💞 

 

This is an excerpt from Male/Female Energy Cycles:

"Ways to increase the acceptance of Female Energy are to clean, trust the moment, and allow room for all possibilities. There are many other ways to increase Male or Female energy acceptance, such as emotional vulnerability and communication (female) and sexual gratification and flirtation (male), etc. "

 

Musings over Frequency and M/F Energy Ratio part 2

 

How to Ground High Female Energy and High Frequency Since you are also high freq:

 

"...for example, it can help for you to get dirty, which can easily be done through the potting of plants, or just playing in pots of dirt. This may sound messy and a bit absurd, but that is the point. Accessing dirt/earth for high frequencies and high female energies helps to both "burn off" excess static, and also to bring the body back to itself

 

Outbursts of silly expression, dance, pointless noise, song, goofy play. Anything that helps the energy to move. The only reason high female or high frequency might be a problem is when the energy does not move. It builds like static electricity in the body and then grounds itself through shock, if you will. "

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Heidi    2,954
Heidi

Cong, I'm in a similar situation, so thank you for reaching out here because I hope to gain some enlightenment as well.

 

M told me this in my Quick Preview for the year:

"This looks to be a year where the reproductive organs or region of the body reflect some of your greatest and oldest patterns up for healing, including any issues with power vs being female, freedom vs biological demands, etc. It could be said to be a year where any issues with health would likely play into transforming any wounding to the feminine so that it returns as a resource of strength, rather than as a protected pain from the past."

 

I've had issues down there before - the worst was losing an ovary due to torsion from a gigantic cyst. So, needless to say, what M said wasn't exactly "good news." Like you, I'm on a bit of a crusade in the realm of feminine healing these days. A friend here inspired me to ask for healing in dreams, so I've been making the suggestion before bed and recording what I can remember. I've had some interesting results so far, so if you haven't tried that route, it might be worth a try.

 

 

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ckaricai    2,381
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Had a synchronous moment regarding this thread. This essay just showed up in my fb feed and it's relevant to your topic @Cong

I can relate to some of it, having been a fat black kid. Girl's clothes didn't fit well, and the ones that did were shapeless and boxy, and just not pretty. As a result I wasn't invested in performing femininity. Why bother if I can't look the part? So I just didn't wear makeup beyond occasional lipstick. I leaned goth actually partly because it was just easier to find black clothes in my size. As a kid I really didn't feel feminine and my body was read in much the same way as the writer in the piece. Even as an adult, if my hair is short and I'm wearing very femme clothing I still get mistaken for a man and called sir. It wasn't till I was an adult that I realized being fat informs how people read my body. If they aren't invested sexually they think I'm a guy and if they are then they see I'm a woman. 

 

I don't see myself the way the author does tho. I'm a woman born woman and I prefer female pronouns. Tho I have heard the argument within fat activist community that fatness maybe should be considered queer since fat men sometimes get read as women and fat women sometimes get read as men. And people who are attracted to fat bodies sometimes consider that as it's own sexuality, like being gay. Some don't see it as a preference. I find that debate tiresome, since I don't think my body is deviant, but I digress.

 

The point is the essay is interesting, and relevant and worth the read in thinking about what it means to be feminine. 

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Stickyflames    1,008
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I think I have the opposite situation. I have been channeled relatively high female energy and low male energy. I think it was 65 female, could be higher or lower, will check after I write this. I think " balancing ones masculinity and femininity" is really rooted in our own symbols of what masculinity and feminity is. Underline, highlight, bold, OUR OWN symbols. Not the objective truth of masculinity or feminity, as the truth is that each has such a blended spectrum of what is characteristically masculine or feminine that no cultures symbols may be the same. For one person feminity can mean fierce action and protection and for another person feminity can mean passive nurturing and cleaning. The key is knowing what is symbolic for YOU regarding what is feminity or masculinity and allowing yourself the permission to be, do, have that part of you exist in the world.  For myself, masculinity is symbolicaly rooted in action and the body, confidence. Speaking up. It is not an objective truth that being a man has anything to do with those characteristics but it is a personal truth that growing up I learned to divide myself from my body, action, speaking up, confidence, everything I symbolicaly saw as masculine. I was raised by a single mother ,who unfiltered, would share stories about the piggishness of men, how my father is the worst scum alive, " don't be like your father" . Her biggest insult was "you look just like him" . To be a man was to be a pig, was to be selfish, was to be treacherous to my mother, was to be greedy, disgusting, to be an enemy of women. How could I not seperate myself from masculinity?! To be masculine would be a very threat to my nurturing and well being at home. An enemy to my mother. To a child, the mother is the entire world and source of nurturing. At least in my case. If i could look back and support my past self with truths like " you are your fathers child and you are good" , " you can speak up and disagree with your mother and you are good" , " you can be sexual AND be a good person!" , " You can be a man AND speak up for women" , " YOUR body is masculine and you are GOOD". If I was there to support myself with those little wisdoms, I imagine being in the change rooms with other men would not have been so terrifying and divisive. Instead I was an imposter in their midst and not one of them.  I imagine the desperation to prove my goodness would not have been a large hurdle to growing up. I imagine I would have not distanced myself from my father for over a decade. How I go about healing my own inner divide with masculinity , is first, asking what men symbolize to me. Asking myself the very worst of what they symbolize and where I learned those stories. Asking myself the very best of what they symbolize to me and why I do not allow myself to be more of that? Testing myself to speak up more , even if feelings are hurt. Reminding myself I am good. Working out. Kissing the knees of my man body every time I childspose during yoga ( yes, i do this). Nothing scares me more than having divisive conversations with women.  For the very reason that it brings up that fear of " I am a Bad MAN" . Or " I AM BAD" in general. Allowing myself to be emotionally safe with women is how I include my masculinity. Allowing myself to have commonalities with men is how I include my masculinity. Reminding myself that my existance/my heart  is safe  in the face of my symbolic mothers, and embracing my similarities to my symbolic fathers.

I find the healing of our masculine and feminine aspects is always related to our healing with our caretakers growing up. It is so worth the investigation. 

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DianeHB    3,735
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Here are some good articles on Male/Female energies:

 

 

 

"Ways to increase the acceptance of Male Energy are to get dirty, to make plans, to think in terms of future outcomes. Ways to increase the acceptance of Female Energy are to clean, trust the moment, and allow room for all possibilities. There are many other ways to increase Male or Female energy acceptance, such as emotional vulnerability and communication (female) and sexual gratification and flirtation (male), etc."

 

Now this explains why I'm a constant planner (it's not just a King thing) and why I suck at housekeeping. LOL

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Evelin    1,478
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Oh, @DianeHB, the planning! I was actually dead sure my (apparently Server) husband is a King because he will finish (planning) one project and with the same breath is already planning (of the planning of) the next project. Recent example: we're almost done renovating our apartment, which I sorely missed the 3 years living in the Netherlands, and he's already talking about renting out our apartment some day, when we have moved to our favorite island. The floors are not done yet, I haven't even seen any of the colors in proper daylight nor have I enjoyed (or cursed) the other million+1 choices we made for the renovation, and he's already renting it out in his mind!! Maddening :)

 

I've come to embrace the fluidity of the female energy more as I became a mother. Although I know highly planning mothers who can even stick to most of those plans, I was always more fluid and let the day, the mood, weather and the tiny human guide me quite a bit. Hormones helped, but I suspect Lunar body type also makes this easier for me. Intellectually I can be quite the rational planner, too, but by now I have learned to allow room for the emotional aspects in my otherwise rational plans.

 

Emotional vulnerability, what's that? Is there a book about it? 🤓

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ckaricai    2,381
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I'm also remembering that m/f energy ration really means focused/creative energy ratio, and I need to remember to ask Michael if they can suggest less confusing terms during the next ask Michael since they have said more than once that masculine/feminine gender expression isn't the same as focused/creative energy. 

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Leela Corman    760
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I'm just catching up to this, but, @Stickyflames, you can send messages back in time to your younger self! I do it all the time. The first time I did it, I was in Baltimore for a friend's wedding. The last time I'd been there was a decade earlier, when I was in a long distance relationship with a total jerk (karmic ribbon, I am sure). So I was driving around with my husband and we drove right past his old house. I was suddenly seized with a desire to send a fervent message to 22-year-old Leela, in a different time frame but behind that same window: Don't cry too hard, in ten years you'll be married to an awesome guy who adores you and treats you like gold. I beamed it through that warehouse window like a tv psychic bending a spoon. I began to do this often, focusing on times in my past when things were tough. I especially did this after my second daughter was born; I concentrated on a moment in 2011, four days after my first daughter had died, when I was particularly distraught. For years, I thought I'd hit upon this technique spontaneously, that day in the car in Baltimore in 2005, but then last year I read through my old dream journal and discovered that in 2002 or so, I'd had a dream that a random girl told me about it! She said, "Here's a cool thing you can do, go back in time and talk to your younger self!" Now I view it as part of my meditation, sometimes, and a sort of secret navigational technique. I believe that it genuinely helps me create a bridge out of bad times.

 

Gender stuff is goddamn hard, especially now. 

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Leela Corman    760
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@Cong, Michael told me my endometriosis was related to wounding around being female, and I've never really understood it. I've always loved being female, personally, if not in how the world treats women and girls. I have had a big feminist awakening in the last couple of years, and seems femininity differently than I did in my 20's and 30's. I'm way into what I guess would be considered darker, stronger expressions of it. I think there is much power in realizing that we are at the gates of life and death, we deal regularly with blood. I have give birth to two children and have held the corpse of one. I feel like I could crush the planet sometimes. I try to put this in my work. My feminine expression in my clothes and adornments tends towards strong, tight, and stark. But I was also a bellydancer for 14 years and love glitter, and am totally down with pink and princess stuff when my daughter expresses interest in it. As long as she kicks ass in any form she takes, I'm into it.

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Cong    1,635
Cong

Talking about synchronicity between entity mates! @Leela Corman I almost "forgot" about this topic for a few months, but yesterday, I got a chance to ask a local channel about this. She's not a Michael channel but talented in her own right. She supposedly works with my essence - at least the one that resides in the Astral plane. The question I asked is about why I had a heavy bleeding episode in Feb this year when doctors couldn't determine a reason after all the exams - which is actually the motivation of starting this topic! 

 

I didn't even mention the phrase "creative energy" when I asked, but she made it very clear that it was not a health problem, but the outcome of my creative energy couldn't find a outlet, so it "had to" come out as a very 'blocked' form of blood. She also mentioned that I was way more creative that I though I was, supposedly my essence showed her a lot of my craftwork that looked like some fancy 3D pop-up cards. 

 

I don't know I had this talent, but I was pleasantly surprised. Need to bring out my inner Artisan!

 

Also I feel this wounding around being female thing is quite universal in our society, a lot of times in subconscious ways. I'm still not sure if feminism shows more of the direct, strategic, and forceful male energy from essence in female bodies, or it is an expression of creative energy. I am leaning towards the former.  But either way it's a good thing if it brings awareness to equality.

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