The biggest mistake I see spiritual entrepreneurs make
“I can finally feel you. I feel safe. I know what’s expected of me and what to do.”
I was bewildered hearing those words come out of Deanna’s mouth.
I always thought my leadership style was so great. Share the vision and give people lots of room to blast their own path.
But it wasn’t.
When I started my spiritual journey in 2007, I found so much solace and power in that path. I applied it to everything, and my life opened up dramatically.
But at this point, I was stuck.
The more stuck I was, the more I’d visualize and meditate and tune into the Universe and listen to my intuition and go with the flow.
And the more I did that, the more stayed stuck.
The breakthrough came when I realized that I needed to do the opposite.
But what is the opposite?
I see the visualization and feeling and going with the flow as the feminine energy.
It’s incredibly powerful and important.
But if the masculine energy is lacking, it’s not going to go anywhere.
Feminine energy will go round and round and round forever. Lots of movement. No direction.
Masculine energy, on the other hand, is directional.
Masculine energy is
If you’re all feminine and no masculine, you won’t get anywhere.
If you’re all masculine and no feminine, you’ll get there, but it won’t mean a thing.
You need both.
Most of us, when we’re stuck, do more of what’s most familiar to us. More of what’s not working.
And then we’re surprised when it’s still not working.
Instead, we need to do the opposite.
Most spiritual entrepreneurs are way too invested in the feminine. They need a healthy dose of masculine.
Focus. Structure. Direction.
Most people get scared that they’ll lose the feminine when they start growing the masculine.
They won’t. The feminine only grows stronger when you feed the masculine.
Ask yourself: Does your business right now need more masculine, or more feminine?
Does it need more focus, structure, and direction?
Or does it need more nurturing, intuition, and flow?
What’s the biggest gap right now?
Find out, and then get to work supplying that.
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