What does the Divine Feminine do all day long? She gives birth. Thru the daytime of Creation, She huddles with her midwives and gives birth [over and over again, PACME] ~ Meister Eckhart (paraphrase)
How is the Divine Feminine expressed in our bodies? Metaphorically as sparks of blooming and blossoming. This happens mentally in inspiration and Aha!. Metabolically birth happens in making new cells everywhere in our body. Cell division is naturally much more aligned with our gut brain–not our head brain. Our head can only undestand. Our gut brain can DO IT, births new cells.
John-Roger says negativity is contraction. A good speculation is teeth grinding occurs when the cold pole contracts away from the warm pole.
We have familiar language for sizeable inner conflict: The warm pole wants to be the boss; the cold pole also wants to be the boss. Both cannot be the boss at the same time. The more educated you are, the more likely the cold pole wants to be boss and contracts away from warm pole.
If you are an older soul, it’s also common to have had lifetimes when you studied as a monk, nun a yogi ascetic, perhaps all three. A lot of this book-learning and instruction was Old Testament, about some form of separation, various ideas and methods for accentuating the higher etheric centers, suppressing and repressing the birthing, organic, blooming and blossoming impulses of the gut brain.
Head brain can become more developed than gut brain. The danger is it forgets-loses the big lesson-wisdom of gut brain: compassion.
Without compassion, head brain easily ends up being at war with gut brain. War between the “cold pole: of our body and the “warm pole” of our body is not an entirely new idea.
Q: Is this YANG versus yin?
A: I think not. I believe a war within between head and gut is close to the pattern of stroke “victims”: enteric nervous system vs. cerebral nervous system. Towards a stroke incident, one brain desires and has ambition to “win” over the other, to dominate the other. One wants to be the boss, top dog. In actual stroke, one nervous system finally does win control few the entire body–with all the attending physical consequences.
In the land of the cerebral-dominants, we grind our teeth to suppress-repress the birth impulses and creativity of our gut brain, the warm pole of our metabolism. We forget to exercise compassion for the needs of our own birth-oriented forces.
In Holistic Brain Balance, we remedy this, by starting with safety and trust.
Does head feel safe to tolerate the birth impulses of gut as these arise into awareness?
If head does not feel safe, then it won’t be easy to trust. Safety first, then trust.
Then check if gut itself feels safe with its own birth expressions.
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