True power = danger
Whether, as came up with me in a hypnotherapy session, it is (partly) in a past life or not, many of us have learned that not all of us should be there. And our strength, often least of all. Because true power is scary, scary. They once became afraid of power, especially of female creative power, as I now also read in Hermelijn van der Meijden’s new book, Nine secrets of the woman . That fear has spread to the crowd and has, as it were, run into our blood.
What I myself was shown in several images during the hypnotherapy: Female creative power cannot exist without men. As I was shown: A woman cannot create without being seen for what she is, especially by a man (here you can of course also read ‘female energy’ and ‘masculine energy’, it is not necessarily attached to a gender). Moreover, the female creative power is more inwardly directed, the fertile process takes place, as with a pregnancy, from the inside, only to emerge later from an enormous primal force. Over the centuries, the masculine has often become dangerous for women, as a result of which we no longer dare to show part of our strength. And if we dare to do it, it is often brought out in an almost masculine manner. From a ‘Look at me’ energy.
Very different from the ‘Look at me’ energy, is the ‘See me’ energy. It’s not about performing or bragging. Not to shout who is the best, but in being seen and seeing each other. Being who you really are, showing who you really are. Especially your strength. Today’s society is often still very performance-oriented. As an entrepreneur, for example, you seem to have to brag about how much you have converted with your latest ‘launch’. And that big lease car in front of the successful employee says it all. But do we really see who is underneath, or are we just looking at the surface?
A new time
I’ve been seeing a change lately. More and more we begin to look, at least part of us, at who someone really is. Do we want to feel if someone’s energy matches ours? The old ways of showing you don’t work anymore. We penetrate through the layers, the appearance, the masks, the matter. And that’s when that power comes to the fore. It is precisely then that we begin to see what makes someone so beautiful. And the more you see it yourself, the more you can radiate it to whoever is ready to see it. So my question for you is: May your true power already be there?