If we want the collective Masculine to rise, us women need to take some responsibility for the part we play in it. The part that is perhaps subconscious to most. The part that is carrying beliefs about men being disgusting, liars, abusers, cheaters, who only want one thing.
No, not all men are the same.
Yes, good men do exist.
If everything in life is a reflection, then how can we expect to attract a conscious man if we are running these stories and beliefs.
How can we expect there to be a shift in the Masculine if so many women are carrying beliefs of abuse, abandonment and rejection.
It's fair enough that we do, our ancestral lineage is full of such experiences. But I feel like men now can never win- for when an incredibly present, loving, kind man does come into our life, the one we are yearning for, we run for the hills. Even if we don't run at first, we eventually find ways to test him and push him, to confirm that yes men are shit.
And when a man comes into our life who we know deep down can't really see or meet us, we fuck, chase and want him, even put up with his boy like behaviour and allow him to cross boundaries.
So instead of waiting around for Jesus to fall from the sky, complaining about men and wondering when he will show up, explore your thoughts, feeling and beliefs about men. Catch what goes through your mind, ask your mum and grandmother how they feel about men, reflect on your childhood, to have some indication of what you may be carrying so you can consciously choose to LET. IT. GO.
Make an effort to spend time with awakened men to experience what that energy is actually like so your body has some reference point for true love.
Perhaps then the world will shift.
To all the amazing men in my life, I love, honour and respect you #ilovemen