THE MASCULINE AND FEMININE PERSPECTIVES IN RELATION TO THE EMOTIONAL STATE 2

The emotions are also incredibly easy to read at this point of view, and so basically when you get emotions out from these part of view, and so basically when you get emotions out from these point of view and in a very broad strokes and so you can look and then you can decide that “oh I like this and oh I don’t like this”

Oh I feel angry, I feel sad, I feel happy, you know where it’s very simple and in its simplicity then enables us to get caught down in all of the subtle nuance of the emotions and so its easier to waste the masculine perspective in this way and so the keyword here us relative to the emotions is the emotional mastery like the zone of dominance for the masculine side relative to the emotional mastery and that I’ll b taking about later as a practical skill you can cultivate in order to integrate your masculine side more and just sharpen more of your masculine skills relative to the emotional experience.

Now I’m going to go over and talk about some of the negative of the masculine perspective and these negatives tend to crisp up when ever somebody does not have a clear integration of these feminine side, so a lot kg negatives on both the masculine and the feminine perspectives comes simply from the disintegration and not being able to switch perspectives, so one of the thing that can be quite negative about the masculine perspective in its disintegrated form is that it can become very cold and detach from the emotions it can basically pretend that the emotional city isn’t even there.
So the potential for the bird things high above the city it can completely veer from the emotions, entirely only to look up and decide were to look down on that city or it can just not be present at it will go somewhere else and so with that basically the connection from the emotions can easily and do with that basically the connections from the emotions can easily be lost.

So there’s a danger of becoming ungrounded from ourselves from our emotional compass and so this is something that tends to happen if we’re not able to really zoom down into the emotions closer and have more of a street view, another thing is that the masculine perspective in not very good with the detailed view of the emotions and so they can tell the emotions on those broad strokes like the happiness sadness anger and be wise from that perspective a lot of the small perspectives on and so you won’t be able to differentiate between the perspective and range of frustration and you just be a little annoyed and they will be not much of an awareness and so it doesn’t lead itself very well to an infinite know of the emotions in the way that the feminine side does and you would need to cultivate the femine side and that would lead to the relationship to the emotions to have those benefits.

Now for the feminine perspectives, the feminine perspectives us a street view for that city and if you can imagine that you’re a person walking around in all the street and you can take in all of the sensation of the city.

You smell food being cooked by food vendors, you hear people chatting in and around the street corner, you can look around and you can see all the building around you as well and even the twist blades of grass right next to you and instead of the big picture bite that the masculine perspective has,

The feminine perspectives has a very close detailed view of this emotional mastery needs to be cultivated first before you cab reap the benefits of those positives and the feminine construct people when they occur, so basically the feminine is in its elements and the knowledge relative to its emotions because the emotions it belongs to the feminine principle and they’re most informed by the tin but there’s also s very steep learning curve relative to the emotions in that there a lot there to actually decipher and to know like hoe to make distinction between one emotions and the other,

so it’s like this experience of repeating a complex text versus reading a text that’s very simple but it takes a while to hone one skills in to actually pickup on subtle nuances that distinctions and being within that text, so you’re basically waving to read the emotions with another language and so a lot of the positives comes from just having the experience of just knowing how to read those emotions which requires the integration of the masculine and then the negatives tend to come when a person doesn’t know how to read these emotions very well and doesn’t know how to cultivate emotional awareness and so one of the positives of the feminine perspectives is that you can pick up on one of those subtle little nuance going on in the emotional experience because you just have to close the personal within it.

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