Energy out must balance energy in. And so I see for the first time why the men are tired, why the prostate and the heart muscles wear out. No being can empty their life force energy, over and over, into the space of other beings or edifices, whether electronic or steel.
How exhausting that must be, for the flow of chi to be eternally outward focused! After awhile, if the well is not refilled, it must run dry.
And women—we take and take and take. We gather in sperm, and anger, and responsibility, and shame, and supposed to, until we are overfull of energy that is not ours and does not serve us.
Men are judged by what they leave behind. Women are judged by the amount they can carry. For neither sex is this healthy or whole.
Right now the earth is powered by the pivot between growth and pain. It’s time for a new way of being—one that honors the outward flow, and the wondrous healing of the receding tide. Both sexes need a new way. Both sexes need to recharge and regroup and reclaim the birthright of balance. Perhaps that is all that the Garden of Eden was—life in a balanced state, where the energy in and the energy out balanced effortlessly on the pivot of a breath.