Masculine and Feminine Polarity Work
A guide to navigate polarity, duality, and your own evolution
Masculine and Feminine Polarity Work is a physiological framework for personal and relationship development. It is also used as an integrative therapy practice alongside:
- body de-armouring
- and energetic bodywork
it creates a powerful approach to transform fear, pain and trauma on the cellular level, supporting us to align our three main bodies and function from a higher vibration with access to our power.
Related teachings can be found in the works of Carl Jung (western psychology), Osho (eastern yogic principles), and many modern day schools with a focus on: the recognition and integration of our inner Masculine and Feminine dynamics.
Polarity work takes us back to basics, giving simple and profound methods for working with the universal laws of polarity, duality, oneness, and the laws of attraction and vibration.
By polarising the Masculine and Feminine within our personality traits we can see if we are integrated in a healthy or unhealthy way, better understanding ourselves and the people we love. It is not about polarisation or unity, it's about both.
For people who struggle using or accepting the law of attraction, then understanding polarity and duality through their inner Masculine and Feminine is often the missing piece.
The Polarity Framework allows us to not just re-define ourselves but also relationships with our parents, romantic partners and children. It helps us take a fresh look at: humanity, sexuality, gender issues, feminism, capitalism, governance, leadership, war, shadow work, how we heal ourselves, and life in general.
In its entirety it is a system to:
- Align your emotional, mental and physical bodies
- Raise your vibration
- Change your relationship to judgments
- Release trauma and negative emotions
- Approach shadow work
- Create transformative change through a system of body de-armouring, energetic body and breath work
It also outlines criteria we need to fulfil to have a balanced Masculine and Feminine leadership dynamic spanning 3 development levels:
- Self development
- Relationship development
- Collective/organisational development