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HE CLEANS UP AFTER HIMSELF
(this is what women want)

He cleans up after himself. He cleans up the planet. He is a role model for young men. He is rigorously honest and fiercely optimistic.

He holds himself accountable. He knows what he feels. He knows how to cry and he lets it go. He knows how to rage without hurting others. He knows how to fear and how to keep moving. He seeks self-mastery.

He has let go of childish shame. He feels guilty when he's done something wrong. He is kind to men, kind to women, kind to children. He teaches others how to be kind. He says he's sorry.

He stopped blaming women or his parents or men for his pain years ago. He stopped letting his defenses ruin his relationships. He stopped letting his penis run his life. He has enough self-respect to tell the truth. He creates intimacy and trust with his actions. He has men that he trusts and that he turns to for support. He knows how to roll with it. He knows how to make it happen. He is disciplined when he needs to be. He is flexible when he needs to be. He knows how to listen from the core of his being.

He's not afraid to get dirty. He's ready to confront his own limitations. He has high expectations for himself and for those he connects with. He looks for ways to serve others. He knows he is an individual. He knows that we are all one. He knows he is an animal and a part of nature. He knows his spirit and his connection to something greater.

He knows that the future generations are watching his actions. He builds communities where people are respected and valued. He takes responsibility for himself and is also willing to be his brother's keeper.

He knows his higher purpose. He loves with fierceness. He laughs with abandon, because he gets the joke.

This is the Mature Masculine - the New Warrior - a re-definition of masculinity for the 21st century. By no means is this list complete. You are welcome to come and add your gifts to this community. --Boysen Hodgson www.mkp.org

 

AFTAA
assignment for the aspiring adept

Consider aspects of male dominance and how it affects all our lives. As we desire to live free from gender dominance what would that picture look like. What changes would need to happen? Become aware of all activity in our own life that is effected by gender dominance.

 

 

Sadhguru Vasudev on Gordon Ramsey (part 1)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URR8tXf3IXY

 

Sadhguru Vasudev on Gordon Ramsey (part 2)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXWYBzvR0m8

 

Unmasking Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Their Abuse with RUTH JACOBS in CAMBRIDGE, UK (In the Booth)

 

David Deida: Feminine & Masculine Sexiness, 3rd Stage Relationships, Purpose & Heart - 1999

 

David Deida: Feminine & Masculine Sexiness, 3rd Stage Relationships, Purpose & Heart - 1999
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwjRX0BsP_w

 

http://salvadordalipaintings.blogspot.com/2008/09/geopoliticus-child-watching-birth-of.html

"Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man" by Salvador Dali (1943)

In this painting Salvador Dali gives us a large egg-shaped globe of the world out of which a man is struggling to "hatch". This "new man" is coming out of North America - the United States. There is blood running out of the crack in the egg and the new man's hand has England firmly in its grasp. In the foreground two figures are watching; one an adult the other a small child. The adult, of indeterminate sex, is drawing the child's attention by pointing at the new man being birthed. The child is standing as if afraid - both hiding behind and holding on to the adult's knees. The imagery here is fairly clear. America is emerging as the major force in the world. This new power is at the cost of some blood (World War II). The fate of England is in America's hands.

I'm not sure what significance can be drawn from the disproportionately large sizes of Africa and South America on the globe. The child - though much smaller than the adult - casts a shadow much larger than the adult's. I get the impression that Salvador Dali is saying, "This is what you will have to deal with." And in a tone that is not altogether reassuring.

   

 

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