Rebirthing the Masculine.


 

LUV is

LUV is

Awake is a commitment to the rewilding every where. It is the essential attunement to the impeccable hidden harmony within us that is raw and uncensored.

It is an integrated flowing life currency that has not been corrupted by economic currency. A benevolent wise and explosive flow that embodies the almost extinct masculine energy, a perfect stillness that bare witness and draw onto himself all things.

When power is integrated it seeks not to control, manipulate, coerce, or conspire. Every hidden harmony within is uncoiled, an impeccable rawness presencing and listening to itself everywhere. Uncorrupted by the tree of knowledge as it cognizant to the mystery unfolding , fearless of the unknown, celebrating the uncertainty. Free of structures, form and functions, and the maps of present and past. 

Masculine and feminine energy are completely contained within everyone. They do not belong to any sex. How can I remember the kings who desire no specialness, material hording, or crowns, he is my friend, lover, etc. if he is not playing his song within every fiber of my being. How can I remember the exquisite dance of the feminine that values the connected communion with nature that harmonize the dance within her? The ancient and the new, they are all here, in the unified heart for play !

May he survive so the Sacred feminine can again be seen and witnessed in play! May he find his brothers, standing grounded and shoulder to shoulder, that trust the call of the untamed nature within themselves.

May they sing the forgotten universe within back into existence.

 

About n h english

Natasha English is a Nondual / Transpersonal Therapist with a private practice in West Vancouver, BC. Since 2007 she has taken a psychosomatic approach to healing and personal development.
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2 Responses to Rebirthing the Masculine.

  1. Rodriguez’s Crucify Your Mind is one of my all time fave songs, which, as you may well know, was brought back from the brink of extinction. And the Native Peoples spoke of “singing” a thing into being. You and they got it right.

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