Masculine and feminine energy, how to balance them?
It is rare to talk about this and it is necessary to mention that there is a difference between masculine energy and feminine energy, The brain of men and women are designed differently to handle and respond to stress , conflicts, communication and mistakes.
This polarity is extremely important and explains many things in relationships and the dynamics that are at play especially when that polarity changes for some reason.
Polarity means that in every person there are two poles: the masculine and the feminine.
Each is made up of its own unique balance of energies that give characteristics to the sexes.
Establishing and maintaining that polarity in heterosexual or same-sex relationships is a condition for love success.
In any relationship, these principles can be applied to whoever is the most male dominant and the most female dominant person in the relationship.
Our bodies with their hormonal needs and expression vary according to gender. This is not to say that we should adhere to old gender roles, but denying differences is just as toxic or harmful as suppressing or the opposite of expressing stereotypical gender roles.
Masculine energy and feminine energy are completely different, although we all carry a combination of both polarities.
Men tend to experience a greater proportion of tendencies that fall into the masculine core — detachment, independence, analysis, problem solving, competitiveness, physical strength; while women, he experiences a higher proportion of tendencies that fall into the feminine core-attachment, emotional strength, interdependence, intuition, collaboration, mothering, etc.
Discord occurs when a man (or a more masculine partner) overexerts or weakens his feminine tendencies with a woman (or female partner) who also has his feminine tendencies, and/or when a woman works from her masculine tendencies with a male partner. .
The most severe is the lack of connection sexual and physical that is accompanied by a decrease in affection and care for the other person.
It would also be seen, depression, frustration, many fights, emasculation in the man and the woman feeling that she is doing everything and has no support, security or clarity from her partner.
Everyone also has different communication styles and each energy handles mistakes very differently.
The man in the face of stress, generally withdraws, to manage conflict and stress, men separate towards independence; they turn inward; to work it out independently in your mind.
The feminine energy makes it generate more in connection with the surrounding world, it seeks interdependence, collaboration.
Scientific studies validate the fact that the body needs different hormones to handle stress, depending on gender. For those born male, testosterone is their stress hormone, while those born female need more estrogen to control stress. The competition produces testosterone, the collaboration estrogen.
The masculine will take action. He needs to find the solution, he needs to get into his own space, deliberate with himself and come to a conclusion about immediate action. If he can’t come to a conclusion in the short term, he should let it slide until he can take action.
The feminine energy seeks support when it comes to solving problems. He likes to talk about topics; he likes to talk about the problem and gather information before coming back to the table to face the challenge.
When it comes to mistakes or confrontations, again the masculine energy is very action-driven to find the solution, while the feminine energy tends to express empathy and regret that the mistake happened.
The importance of this is that these differences establish the different composition that the masculine and the feminine have in their energies and motivations. And when each person operates in their unique polarity, when both parties fully express themselves in their natural energies and natural states, it breeds passion, connection, understanding, and leads to an overall healthy relationship.
When the polarity is altered, an imbalance begins to reign in the relationship, conflicts and confrontations appear, disconnection, intimacy decreases, there is physical and sexual separation, and all the attributes of lack of communication and thus the distance between the two increases.
The male tendency to avoid the situation is seen by the woman as an absence, as abandonment (contrary to her biological programming). His makeup and her tendency is to get into communication and empathize and get support and communicate around that issue, while the man’s tendency, though conformational, is to be reclusive.
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