The energy of the Godly masculine
“Gender is in everything; everything has its Masculine and Feminine Principles; Gender manifests on all planes.” – The Kybalion
You’ve probably heard of the Godly feminine, but what do you know about the Godly masculine?
Many people can conceptualize the idea of toxic masculinity as opposed to Godly masculinity and most are against its perversions, but understanding how to head towards Godly masculinity is a much harder concept to grasp.
To get to grips with the concept let’s start by defining the energy of masculinity and femininity in contrast. The philosophy of the Duality of Polarity assists in revealing mutual oppositional energies of the feminine and masculine. Understanding the primal energies to simplify enabling feminine and masculine concepts to emerge clearly, unhindered by national, traditional, and even sexual constructs. We are made up of feminine and masculine energy formed in contrast of our physical female or male bodies, and via our inner anima and animus natures.
The Geometry of Energy effectively illustrates the Godly feminine and the Godly masculine energies. The four dimensions of geometry, when applied to measuring energies, can greatly aid our understanding of the internal, spiritual and psychological world. The four dimensions of geometry are points, lines, planes, and solids. Points and lines symbolize linear of masculine energy, whereas planes and solids symbolize the curvature of feminine energy.
The energy of the Godly feminine is both receptive and creative.
The energy of the Godly masculine is both reflective and projective.
There is creativity in masculinity just as there is reflectivity in femininity. The idea of inner feminine in man and inner masculine in woman is commonly understood as the anima and animus; essentially defined as inner nature containing elements of mutually dependent opposites. The Yin Yang illustrates this with the circles in the swirls.
The Dao is made up of feminine and masculine energies, each codependent, mutually arising within the other, and each potentiating the each other. The story of one without the other is fruitless and lacking. The same goes for the story of individuals seeking self-development and divinity as opposed to basic modality. If we want to truly achieve our potential, we need this combination and contrast of energies.
Contrasting the Godly Feminine and the Godly Masculine
The Godly feminine, although as rare a character in the world as the Godly masculine, is better understood than the Godly masculine. The feminine energy is caring in an all-encompassing manner, receptive to all, adopting and taking in all energy. The Godly feminine embraces everything in a caring, receptive, motherly circle and is capable of creating a whole other being.
The Godly masculine on the other hand embodies reflective and projective energies. Instead of being receptive to energy the Godly masculine reflects it, like a shield or a mirror. Instead of being creative of volume onto itself the Godly masculine is projective of will, projecting energy like a sword with a singular focus on the task at hand.
The Difference Between the Godly Masculine and the Perverse Masculine
The Godly masculine idea is of a peaceful warrior. This archetype has led to the masculine perversion where warriors are turned into institutionalized soldiers, where the righteousness of self-defense is obscured by war-minded perversions and abusive behavior. This perversion of masculine will is so commonly accepted as normal that women seeking equality among men will do so by adopting this militaristic mode of behavior. Consider the saying ‘all is fair in love and war.’
So, what can we do to draw out the Godly masculine and to inhibit expression of the perverted masculine?
There is an expression in martial arts that embodies the Godly masculine or at least presents a notion or rule that is preventative of the perverted masculine. The notion is to never attack in anger.
If we think about this, we can see that the difference between the Godly masculine and the perverse masculine is the difference between a martial artist and a soldier. The most basic principle of martial arts is to never attack first, whereas a soldier is paid to follow orders, including the order to attack first. The Godly masculine differs from the perverse masculine by being helpful or at the very least in not hindering.
Basic and perverse masculinity clashes – with everything. The reflective energy of mirrors however reveals the potential of reflective masculine energy. Whatever is shown in the mirror is shined directly back. If the Godly masculine is shown quality and caring energy it is reflected in return. If the Godly masculine is attacked, with aikido like redirection, the attack is reflected and redirected. If two or more mirrors are reflecting quality, helpful projected energy, then the reflections magnify.
The Godly masculine also projects energy, as a direct manifestation of will into the collective. The Godly feminine is creative of whole other beings but the divine masculine wills its own being. Of course, the creation of the Godly feminine requires at least the energy of the masculine. In the same manner the projection of the Godly masculine also requires aspects of the Godly feminine, namely the circular inclusion of care and caring.
These energies are theoretic but have real life application as a helpful self-understanding tool. If at any given moment you are unsure as to what action would embody divinity, simply seek to act with care. Self-defense and the defense of others requires care whereas bullying and attacking contain no care. The more you push forward compassion and care the more your divinity unfolds.
If you are a man, think about adding receptivity and creativity to your form and flow to engage balance. If you are a woman, contemplate adding reflectivity and projectivity to your own form and flow.
Above all, remember: the Godly masculine never attacks first.
“In Aikido we never attack. An attack is proof that one is out of control. Never run away from any kind of challenge, but do not try to suppress or control an opponent unnaturally. Let attackers come any way they like and then blend with them. Never chase after opponents. Redirect each attack and get firmly behind it.” Morihei Ueshiba
April 22, 2020