Embracing differences

We speak to the differences in men and women not to segregate but to celebrate. This celebration allows us to honour ourselves and each other. The truth is we are in this together.

Divine Union is something that can only flourish when polarity is felt to be merged. When sacred masculine deliberate intention meets sacred feminine compassion and opening.

This occurs both within the sovereign self and outside of the self, mirrored by our divine counterparts. Yes, our needs are different. Yes, we carry different wounding. Yes, an apology on many levels is required and yes, we need each other to thrive.

Why? Because we all share something in common. The need to be witnessed and to witness others. This sacred act is what liberates us from our restrictions and it’s one of the most challenges shades of our humanity.

We are relational beings ready to meet each other where we are. We are scared and we are now unravelling that fear and choosing a divine union.

The feminine is no more important than the masculine and the masculine no more valuable than the feminine. We need each other as reflective honest mirrors and torches to shine the bright light of sacred truth on the parts of our souls that we are unwilling to see and feel.

To hold each other with compassion and empathy, loving-kindness and radical acceptance whilst we come to terms with the parts of us that scare us and that we perceive to detest. To help us live all of us.

Embracing our differences whilst celebrating our oneness is what will free us from the ignorance that we separate. Yes, we need to do our sovereign and individual work as we are RELEARNING to come back together.

The fire of the masculine must be witnessed by the familiar masculine in order for it to feel safe to be expressed. Like the feminine must be held by her sisters as she opens her closed heart.

Now we may come together in a deeper Union as we transcend our self-imposed limitations. The time for “together” work is dawning. I welcome this and the transition is happening and our sovereign work will still always be needed.

There is something sacred about being seen by what’s truly familiar to you as there is something sacred about being witnessed by all.

One is glad to be of service.

STEFANOS SIFANDOS

Relational Alchemist, Speaker & Author

STEFANOS SIFANDOS

Relational Alchemist, Speaker & Author

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