What is the Divine Feminine?
“The divine masculine focuses on physical survival, the divine feminine gives us purpose in survival through the cultivation of love and comfort.”
In the spiritual community, we often hear phrases like “embracing the divine feminine” or “balance the divine feminine and divine masculine” but what exactly IS the divine feminine and how do we balance it with the divine masculine?
Here in the 3rd dimension, we experience the Source Energy from a perspective of duality – light and dark, yin and yang, good and evil and masculine and feminine. The way to ascension for humanity, is to learn how to experience the Source Energy from a perspective of unity – which means that we must learn to first balance the divine feminine and divine masculine.
Since the fall of Lemuria and Atlantis, humanity was been experiencing the Source Energy from a divine masculine perspective. When this occurs, we tend to focus on our physical being. Our main focus is on manifesting the physical requirements needed for survival, like shelter, food, water and protection. We interact with Source using masculine themes. For example, manifestation from a masculine perspective is done entirely by physical work or labour.
The Divine Feminine energy focuses on the energy body, the spiritual self and uses themes like intuition, energy work and creativity for manifestation. So, while the divine masculine focuses on physical survival, the divine feminine gives us purpose in survival through the cultivation of love and comfort. We survive not because we merely want to exist in the physical realm, but because we have a spiritual purpose and we have the 3D expression of love in the physical realm. Finding and fulfilling that spiritual purpose and cultivating love is embracing the divine feminine. Historically, women are said to embody the divine feminine and this is seen in their role within the home. Women would typically make survival worth while by cultivating love and comfort. They did this by creating delicious food, warm blankets, making things look pretty and smell uplifting. The divine feminine focuses on spiritual survival, ascension, following your life’s purpose, the expansion of unconditional love and manifestation through energy work.
The divine feminine is often studied and practically applied by Eastern religions and paganism. It is because these cultures that practice paganism or Eastern religions are commonly associated with the ancient Lemurians, who were well tuned to the divine feminine energy. The Lemurians were masters at consciously harnessing and manipulating energy for the purposes of manifestation. They would harness the natural energies of objects like crystals, plants, water and minerals and direct them towards the manifestation of a chosen outcome. Lemurians paid close attention to the natural cycles that create the dynamic flow or currents of energies on Earth. By harnessing the energies of objects and directing them using natural cycles – we can manipulate energies to consciously manifest. This art of manifestation was the divine feminine form of creation, whereas physical labour was the divine masculine form of creation. This does not mean that only females utilized energetic manifestation, males did as well, likewise females would also conduct physical labour as a means to create.
In ancient Lemuria and Atlantis during the time of peak consciousness, the divine masculine and divine feminine energies of individual people, homes, villages and humanity as a whole were in balance. To maintain balance, one method was to operate from the divine masculine for a period of time and then operate from the divine feminine for a period of time. This was seen in the way they would use both the divine feminine in ritual and the divine masculine for physical labour to manifest their desires. The people would use the natural cycles to consciously manifest their intentions by setting an intention through ritual, doing the physical work to manifest while holding their conscious intention, conducting a manifestation ritual and going into a state of preparation and planning. Each of these four steps would correspond with the natural cycles, most notably the moon cycles and equinoxes. Intentions were set during the new moon or winter solstice, physical work was done during the waxing moon or during the period between December 21 and June 20, manifestation rituals were conducted at the full moon or on the summer solstice and entering a state of allowing during the waning moon or the period between June 20 and December 21.