"The loss of estrogen and testosterone during menopause can lead to changes in a woman's body and sexual drive. Menopausal women may notice that they're not as easily aroused and this can lead to a disinterest in sex". I used to read these kinds of statements in women's magazines and shudder, hoping to god this wouldn't happen to me. The dreadful truth beloved friends is that I am now one of those women.
Two very powerful words. Two words that by themselves mean tremendous change and maturation. Consciously bring these two giants of human initiation together and you have the perfect setting for a rapid decalcification of the soul. Unconsciously place them in the same room - and you have war!
Beloved Friends, I just woke up laughing and feel inspired to share more on Men-O-Pause. In fact, I am going to be sharing a whole more, and often, because for us women in our 40/50's, this opens the door to a phase of life that once meant decline and death, but for us, with our added longevity, expanded consciousness and ability to articulate and navigate - this realm promises something new and exciting.
The Starfire is the menstrual blood of the Goddess. This term is first used in a series of ancient Sumerian tablets, describing a 'moon' elixir that flows from the great Queen/Goddess of an extra-terrestrial race, known as the Annunaki. The Star Fire was filled with components (DNA and a particular gene) that opened (and later kept open) the Pineal and Pituitary glands, granting clear wisdom and insight. It was ritualistically used in ancient (and modern) times by the early mystery schools, Priestly Elite, Kings and the male offspring of the Annunaki.
A few years ago I became familiar with a travelling Tantrika who was living in the area in a quiet and unassuming way. People spoke of how she walked barefoot in the mountains with only water and chia seeds for sustenance. Her discipline impressed me, and for a moment I wondered whether our paths would cross...
The Dark Night of the Soul is a term to describe a prolonged period of emotional and spiritual desolation in which there is seemingly no consolation. It can feel like a collapse of the perceived meaning in our lives. And it hurts. And it’s meant to.
I often wonder whether the new-age is part of the Dark Empire? In my observation, it attempts to spiritually cripple us in so many dangerous ways. In one single swipe, it could, and has, rendered our deep authentic knowing as obsolete and unreliable. Every day it drip-feeds influences that cause us to separate causing deep distrust and disdain amongst our people. Whereas, with another section of society, it seduces people into the belief of exclusivity, entitlement and being chosen.