I was incredibly blessed this past weekend to spend it in the company of many men who embody the Divine Masculine. I love many of these men and most of them I believe recognize the Divine Masculine within themselves. Many, but not all.
That is profoundly sad to me. And since speaking Truth is part of my purpose in this life, I wish to describe some of the aspects of the God that are not always seen as such, so that those beloveds who look at me with confusion and denial when I tell them “Thou art the God” may begin to see the truth of my sight.
It is easy to see the God in His aspects of Hunter, Warrior, Mage, Priest, Father, Teacher and Guide. Traditional Male roles of Power and Authority. For the record, I have a great fondness for the Strength and Power to be found in Men who embody these Qualities of the Divine Masculine. I am grateful for them and love them dearly. My world would be a much less beautiful place for their absence.
But there are aspects of the God that are often over-looked or not recognized for the Beauty, Power and Life-giving Joy that they bring to the world, especially by those Men who embody Him in these ways. The Lover, the Jester, the Healer, are also aspects of the Divine Masculine.
The Lover, not only as sexual partner but, as “He who loves others with an open and tender heart.” The God who brings Music to the world, and Art and Poetry. He who gives warmth to others. He who creates buildings and bridges, Who creates Magick and Enchantment. He who draws us out of our isolation and brings us together for the warmth and pleasure of shared joy, fellowship, food, wine and song.
The Jester, The Divine Fool. Is not irresponsible, un-intelligent, or careless but rather, He who makes us laugh, who invites us to lay down our burdens and sorrows for a time and Play, Carefree and Happy. He who allows us to return again to the innocent pleasure of being a child. He who compels us to Dance and find Joy in the moment so that our lives can be engaged once again with a lighter heart. He who brings us Revelry, so that we can remember that we are here to enjoy our lives. Without Him, our world is dreary, lonely, cold despair indeed.
The Healer is “He who has compassion.” He who cares for those in pain and who has the skills and strength and will to bring about a change in the situation. The Healer has the courage to put others before Himself. He is the one who recognizes the need for each of us to be touched and held. He, like the Father and Teacher, is nurturing and strong, although He is not always recognized as such.
Many people would ascribe these qualities to the Divine Feminine. While I love the Goddess and respect and embrace all of her aspects, I recognize the Healer, Teacher and Poet in me as the sparks of the Divine Masculine that I embody.
Yes, I am a Woman, a Mother, a Priestess. I embody much of the Divine Feminine and I am grateful for the Goddess within me but, I also cherish the God, in all of His wonderful forms, including those sparks that manifest in my Female Human Soul.
Hail the God! Hail the Divine Masculine! He is more than you think He is…