Our culture talks a good game about getting rid of toxic masculinity and how we must reform men to end rape culture but isn’t really invested in doing positive things for men or portraying them in a positive light. Cameron Cowan explains.
I sit on the throne and people gather ‘round, but first I must rule the desires of my heart.
Allow yourself to heal, grieve, emote, release, and even cry. You cannot heal the wound you do not acknowledge.
I am not merely the sacrificial act but a symbol of the very real discipline it takes to do the necessary sacrificing; to stay in place so others may benefit.
Trust me to lead you to a successful path. It will not always be an easy path, but it will feed your soul. ________ Archetypes are recurrent symbols that offer spiritual advice to men and women as we travel the journey of life. This is the ninth in a 12-part series, in which this ancient wisdom is made relevant…
I can make you wholly new, but it will require ingredients and sacrifice. Are you willing to become new?
In all things, take amusement and laugh because it may not matter tomorrow, and you will be the wise fool.
I had been manning up and powering through things for years. I thought I could live the rest of my life without having to actually face the horror of the past. I was foolish.
The Craftsman asks us to craft our lives with careful attention to detail and not merely float through them.
The Divine Child rejects the cold, stiff version of masculinity that leaves no room for play, emotion, or innocence.
Within great destruction, a chance for renewal is possible as long as it is properly fostered.
That which is within the planet is within you.
My body is strong, my mind is sound, my soul is fierce, yet quiet. I am slow to anger and swift to action. I am just, and I countenance no evil.
The Lover is the experience of intimacy with another human being who can hurt us at a very deep level.