What is the difference between the Feminine and Masculine Energy of God? You might say it’s the difference between religion and spirituality. And you would be right, in some sense. As a matter of fact, that’s the topic of this week’s blog.
The basic principles of any religion are Masculine. The DOs and DON’Ts, rights and wrongs, the dogma, the rituals . . . they are all masculine aspects of God, which can help attain God Consciousness. Yet all of these are ways of striving to attain what the specific religion is focusing on and that’s the Masculine.
On the other hand, the Divine Feminine is a way of allowing; a way of receiving. Do you get the difference? Here’s another way of explaining the nuance: striving to attain God (Masculine) vs. allowing yourself to know that “I am pure spirit, witnessing all of this as God,” and thus receiving (Feminine) the love that is already there. There is nothing you have to attain. It is like the relationship between a mother and a child. The mother loves the child unconditionally, without the child needing to do anything to deserve that love. Even when the child has done something inappropriate, does the mother stop loving her child? No. Are there consequences for the child? Yes . . . but that does not stop the love the mother has for the child.
Have you noticed a theme here? The Feminine Energy of God . . . The Divine Feminine . . . Mothers.
One of the most special days of the year occurs this month: Mother’s Day. To acknowledge Mother’s Day, my May blog entries will focus on ways to understand and practice being in The Divine Feminine Energy.
I promise you an interesting and insightful journey.
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