Strength In Men

Masculinity cares deeply, is powerfully STRONG and feels fully.

 Human sentience thrives on connection. All expressions of human thrive on caring, intimacy and reciprocal respect.

Men can be strong. Men can express strength and prowess and still hold compassion and understanding. Men can still be integrated and connected.

Being strong does not mean being forceful or disrespecting the needs or rights of others. When we express healthy strength we are living true to our potential and our power.

How it was is not how it needs to continue to be. I get it. The past has tainted the present through association and relived trauma. There is deep wounding. Forgiveness is key and prior to that the allowing of release of this tension is necessary to truly forgive and move forward.

The 7 steps to living in greater societal equity:

1. Willingness to shift
2. Exploration of the unknown
3. Honoring our path and our truth
4. Assume ownership of our collective actions (past and present)
5. Formulate new beliefs around the way we interact – forget about what we think we know
6. Identify and forge a new path with clarity
7. Live in this truth unapologetically AND with deep forgiveness and compassion

Men are getting a bad rap for not evolving quick enough, there has been suppression on all counts in so many ways. Men have suppressed themselves by limiting themselves through extreme and fear based behavior.

We have an opportunity to view the world differently. And not devalue our gifts but rather embrace them and redirect them in such a way that promotes inclusivity and not separation.

Men can be strong in their grounded presence and still practice compassion and care.

One is glad to be of service.

STEFANOS SIFANDOS

Relational Alchemist, Speaker & Author

STEFANOS SIFANDOS

Relational Alchemist, Speaker & Author

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