“To make sense of a world that refuses to make sense, to be healed from within, one needs to bring forth both the man and the woman in their soul. Otherwise, it would result in a continuous control over power that would lead to the gradual destruction of the human.”
What a human being wants in this cast conundrum of existential dilemma, is peace. Peace within one self, which would allow him/her to look at the world in a completely different way, and would allow him/her to finally accept his/her own consciousness and be happy, or rather, content within it.
Although, it may seem like an extremely complex task to do, what one needs to remember, in the event of a sacred union not being formed, it would lead to severe imbalances within the body, and that would harm the equilibrium that could have been formed.
Now, how to achieve that? With the help of a sacred union of the souls. It would not be presumptuous to assume that despite a facade of happiness, one is always waiting, always hoping for something that would make sense in this rudderless, aimless sea of monotony.
This is when the sacred union comes to play. One needs to be at a balance with the feminine-masculine binary within themselves to achieve an union that is capable of enlightening a human and transcending said human on a realm of salvation.
The masculine and the feminine diaspora depend solely upon how the human is. The soul is not heteronormative; so social degrees of gender don’t apply to it. This makes the soul take up forms of both the masculine and the feminine. As a masculine entity, one needs to understand that he doesn’t always have to hold a facade of grit, bravery and courage.
He doesn’t always have to put up a tough exterior where nothing hurts him. He needs to realise that it is okay, to cry, to vent out one’s feelings. He needs to believe in himself that it is perfectly conceivable that one gets in touch with their feminine side.
Similarly a woman needs to understand that she is not just a caregiver, or a caretaker. A woman is an independent entity in her own right, and no amount of patriarchal domination can stop that.
She needs to know that she is strong, fierce, and doesn’t always have to depend on any man for her own self-worth. She has her own prestige, her self-respect, and a zeal to make a niche out of herself in this patriarchal world.
On the other hand, the masculine binary of the soul has to repent for the crimes his fellow gender has committed on the womenfolk, to fully understand the pain one goes through while being humiliated, ostracized, and persecuted.
They need to realize the suffering that they have belied on the women, and need to give them the respect they deserve. If you are not at peace, or at a symbolic appreciation for the other gender, there will always be a struggle over domination, that would lead to an internal conflict within.
Similarly, the woman needs to cry, lament, and mourn the torture and suffering that her gender has faced at the hands of the masculine entity. But she also needs to forgive, for she needs to understand that the reasoning behind a man’s actions is his own inability to understand that it is okay to let go, that it is perfectly alright to not be in the spotlight all the time that it is alright to forgive, and cry.
To make sense of a world that refuses to make sense, to be healed from within, one needs to bring forth both the man and the woman in their soul. Otherwise, it would result in a continuous control over power that would lead to the gradual destruction of the human. One needs to realize that one is not alone in their struggle for nirvana. One has his/her soul to cater to.