A Male perspective for this Website
As a man, do you often wonder why most of the personal developmental language is hard to understand ?
And, if you do struggle sometimes to make sense of it all, then you are not alone.
In modern times, the tantric, sexual and personal development language is written and targeted towards more feminine perspectives in our culture, which unfortunately misses the mark with men. This doesn’t mean that men don’t comprehend, but simply in language that men sometimes struggle to understand and connect with.
Annette and I work in relationships as a couple, and we are good at it because both sides of the topic are covered. In my role, I enjoy talking with men about my passion, which is also what our websites represent. I also have a lot of fun translating man talk into words where both men and women can gain clearer understanding of what is happening. This simple little process usually has a significant impact on any relationship, as the language difference works both ways.
Be a man first…
As men, simply trusting and believing in what you’re feeling can have major ramifications in your lifestyle and quality of relationship with women. I am hugely grateful for my background, as a farmer/earthmoving/civil contractor, particularly as I immerse myself in this part of my life. Having some pics of toys I used to own on a tantric web site is quite a shift….
So much of modern personal development expression is trending towards a “unified” language for men and women. My personal opinion is this is not healthy, especially for men. As men, we have earned the right to be who we are and also have the right to reject attempts to change our natural way of being.
This may sound challenging, and for most of us probably is because most men don’t really know how to be. Our lineage of men seriously lacks healthy male role models, men who can role model what a man is and how a man can be, especially in his healthy sexuality.
We offer you a space to explore who you are
Through our websites, workshops, sessions and other products, my aim is to bring healthy masculine out into the open and create healthy masculine through our work, especially in sexuality. Simply having healthy interactions with other men will bring this out, and I can see this happening more and more regularly. It is working, slowly but surely.
If as a man you’re reading this and you are feeling something, I invite you to participate with us and bring your contribution to the healthy masculine out into the open.
It is also important for women to have their say and be part of this, as women also have their own issues to deal with and desperately need more healthy masculine in their lives as well.
Sounds like a WIN WIN situation (and lets have some fun during the process….)