To nurture, embrace and amplify your femininity, your natural feminine energy, it is very important to get in touch with your creative side.
Women who are creative are generally more feminine.
Why is this so?
God created woman, not just to be a help-meet for man, but to also partake with Him in creation. We are co-creators with the Creator.
Yes, men also partake in creation as we need the seed of the man to create new life. However, as women, we have the added privilege of being sacred vessels to bear that newly-created life and to nurture it. As such, it is the woman whose womb bears the baby.
This is why God’s natural plan for the man is to provide for the woman and for his family. A lot of modernists will disagree, but the ideal family dynamic is when the man goes out to work and provide, leaving the woman to be the home-maker and nurturer.
Feminine energy was created to be passive and receptive, while masculine energy was created to be active and projective.
This is why the sexual organs of the man are phallic and projectile (to project) and the sexual organ of the woman is designed like a receptacle (to receive).
In Genesis, even after the fall, God told Man that he would spend his days toiling, meaning he would have to work extra hard to provide, and He said to the Woman that she would labour in birth, emphasizing her role as a creative vessel to bear and bring forth new life.
The man needs to provide the material and financial security so that his wife’s creativity, fertility, and femininity can bloom.
And when her femininity and creativity blooms and grows, her sweet, loving energy nurtures the man, increases his ambition, his status and ability to provide.
The more he is able to provide, the more she feels secure and blossoms, which in turn fuels him. See the circle of energy and reciprocity? How perfect was God’s plan for man and woman?!
The more creative the woman can be, the more feminine she gets and this creativity isn’t just limited to hobbies or activities. Her own natural fertility blooms and blossoms as well and this is why stay-home wives tend to have more children than career wives.
You will discover that women who are the main providers or co-providers with their husbands appear less feminine.
They are not fully in touch with their own femininity and their natural feminine energy is depleted because they have to take on masculine characteristics of going out to work, thus reducing their femininity.
This femininity is not about the clothes the woman wears, her grooming or deportment……it is a very special glow, an energy that is really apparent with a woman fully in touch with her creative side.
This heightened feminine energy makes a woman much more attractive to a man, who is fully in touch with his masculine side.
Dear husbands, if your wife always seems stressed, unattractive, less groomed, or seems to be hostile, aggressive, or naggy towards, allow her to be a SAHM or housewife, and watch her blossom into her femininity.
She would be less stressed and without the added burden of working outside the home, her thoughts would naturally drift towards taking better care of herself, her appearance, the home and of course, you.
You have everything to gain by being the main breadwinner and allowing your wife to be a homemaker. You both do.
If you are a couple struggling to conceive, I also recommend you do this and you greatly increase your chances for conception.
Cortisol, the stress hormone, is not conducive to conception or healthy hormonal function, especially for women.
Dear single women, by fuelling your creative side as a woman, you bloom in your femininity and you attract a truly masculine man.
For married women, nurturing your creative side increases your femininity, which in turn increases your attractiveness to your husband and creates a healthy, harmonious balance in the family dynamic.
Your husband will also become more successful in his career because your increased femininity will nurture and fuel him, triggering his instinct to provide for you and do more for you.
So I encourage all women who desire to increase their femininity to unleash their creative side.
You may not be a pianist, but if you are a woman, you definitely have a creative art or skill that you can nurture – you just have to find out what it is, whether it is cooking, baking, volunteer work with children or the elderly, writing, art, dancing, singing, acting, joining a choir, gardening, home-making, playing an instrument etc
Or if you MUST work, choose a career that is very creative and be sure to indulge in creative pursuits during your spare time.
A woman fully in touch with her creative side is not just more feminine, but also has the added bonus of appearing much more youthful than her career-focused peers.
To be feminine and to be creative is to align yourself with God’s original plan for women.
ad Jesum per Mariam