July 9, 2020

The Power of Feminine Presence (You’ve Had the Power All Along)

by Janet Tingwald in Feminine Energy

In my last post I introduced the concept of two energies that reside in all of us—masculine and feminine energy.

As a reminder, many women are not aware of the difference between masculine and feminine energies.  

At our core, we all have a predominant energy that is either masculine or feminine. Generally, women have feminine core energy and men have masculine core energy.  This energy plays a major role in our lives and our relationships.

Masculine energy is all about action, giving, decision-making, and problem solving. Masculine energy is action and assertiveness.

Feminine energy is more about being, feeling, receiving, vulnerability, and openness. Feminine energy is focused on being in the moment instead of doing.

Today, I want to start off with what feminine energy is NOT.

Take a moment and think about being feminine or having feminine energy: what thoughts immediately come to mind?  (Any thoughts are fine; this is just exploring.)  

I often hear words like weak, submissive, under-earner, and don’t get anything done.  Being feminine is not about how much makeup or jewelry you wear (unless that makes you feel more beautiful and feminine inside). It’s not about painted nails, long hair, how much pink you wear, or how submissive you are.  It’s not about the job you have, how much you make, or whether you choose to stay home and have babies.

No one has to tell you how to be feminine. You already are inside. It is a matter of tapping into this core energy and finding what works for you.  Each woman will have her own version. The key is to find what works for you.

Both men and women, I believe, have gotten lost in today’s society. Women complain that men don’t take enough of the lead in a relationship and men are confused about what women really want. Roles are changing, and the lines are blurred. I believe this is a normal part of evolution.  I also think it is important for women to give up some control and stop managing and over-giving in relationships. It’s important to create some space for a man to take the masculine role that makes him feel good about himself.   

In the coming weeks I will be diving more into what this is and why it’s important. How aligning with your core energy lets you access more of your light and create more ease and beauty in your life and relationships?

Stay with me….more is coming, and I’m very excited to share it with you!

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