We’ve been speaking about the masculine and feminine on this blog for quite some time now…we’ve discussed the aspects of the masculine, the aspects of the feminine, we’ve spoken about masculine masks, fake feminine, balance…the list is endless.
But a question I get asked on a regular basis is “Why is it that women who are feminine inside end up putting a masculine mask on?”
So why the masculine mask?
Well the first thing to understand is that most women who have a masculine mask haven’t got a clue that it exists.
I speak from experience. I wore a masculine mask for nearly 20 years myself and I had no idea….I didn’t even know that such a thing existed.
It’s not something that’s done through conscious choice…it happens as a reaction to our experiences in life.
If we don’t even know what a masculine mask is, where does it come from?
Just because we don’t know that a masculine mask exists, doesn’t stop it from affecting us.
That would be like saying that just because we don’t know about a new strain of flu, we can’t catch it.
Well a masculine mask and the flu are very similar in many ways. You can’t see them with the naked eye, they affect how you feel and how you behave, they drain your energy and people don’t notice when it first starts to affect them.
So, where do these masculine masks come from? Watch the video now to learn where your masculine mask came from…
So how does this help us to remove the masculine mask?
Well, the beauty of understanding where a masculine mask comes from is that it gives you the ability to see where it originated. When you can see where it originated, you can understand what purpose it was trying to serve. When you can understand the purpose it was trying to serve you have the ability to look at it in a different way and see if there is another way to approach the situation that might serve you better.
One that feels more natural.
One that is easier to maintain.
One that is more….you.
…and I would love for you to share this video today with another woman who you know who might benefit from understanding where her masculine mask comes from.
I certainly wish someone had shared this information with me all those years ago…