Quote; Eric Micha’el Leventhal
When we were born the first words were; “It’s a boy,” “It’s a girl,” that was when we adopted the either, or identity.
It is our responsibility to come into alignment with nature and natural law. To know ourselves deeply to integrate qualities of the feminine (yin) and masculine (yang) in a balanced and harmonious way for optimal health, harmony and understanding. To know ourselves and others in such a way we create a dance that brings us into balance.
How am I attuned to my inner awareness? Am I in touch with the energy that flows through my body? Do I know who I am?
All of our emotions are a great symphony that tells our story. If we listen, inquire and allow the natural law of the body to flow, we begin to understand just how creative, wondrous and uniquely designed we are, both masculine and feminine.
Even though we might identify with being male or female, we utilize both traits to “do” and “experience” life. Aggressive and passive behaviors let us know which energy is taking over. When we understand that, we can adjust accordingly.
Going through life is a series of adjustments, but we can only make those modifications when we are aware of these beautiful qualities in ourselves. Understanding that we are both ‘yin’ and ‘yang’ is an important piece of the human puzzle. It is the ultimate dance.
Today, notice your energy when you are stressed out or just being passive, or maybe you are neutral. This awareness can help to see places where you are less aware, or less adept with some aspect of your masculine or feminine qualities.
By tuning into ourselves, it affords us to understand ourselves deeper and clearer.
You are an ONE-OF-KIND footprint of life. Realizing our full potential is key to feeling, breathing and living the flow of life.
Male and female represent the two sides of the great radical dualism. But in fact, they are perpetually passing into one another. Fluid hardens to solid, solid rushes to fluid. There is no wholly masculine man, no purely feminine woman.~Margret fuller