As a writer, it’s a really good sign when I wake up and I know that I just have to get my laptop and write; that there is an excitement in me, a buzzing in my solar plexus and I just have to write. There is something in me which needs to be expressed; I can’t not write!
So here it is and it is so welcome as it marks the passing of a time of ‘writer’s block’ where the creativity wasn’t flowing. I understand this too as there was and still is to some extent, (though the bottom of the trough has been reached) a deep clearing taking place. A couple of months now of physical discomfort, a greyness to the days and a flat melancholy for company, though for no apparent reason. And now there is a rising. A deeper knowing that the sacred masculine is coming home.
What does this mean? It means that the true nature of man in his clear unified, balanced, untainted potential is becoming realised, he is returning; a new man who is not riddled with the false beliefs and wounds and programmes imposed by a lost society, a story whose time has come and is fast crumbling. A man who accesses his sovereign self and lives from a place of integrity and courage and honour as best as he can. Moving forward always, even in the sinking and the grey landscapes he must traverse, there is the moving forward, a deeper coming home to himself. Coming home to woman. Coming home to meet and unite in divine twin flame union within himself so that the two can become one and the holy trinity can be birthed, realised; this is that extra piece that is referred to in the saying ‘the whole is more than the sum of the parts.’
In our case for my beloved and I the first birthing has been the book ‘Bring Him Home – A Twin Flame Love Story’ which is a new story to catalyse the homecoming of the sacred masculine. It is to plant seeds of hope and love and courage in the hearts of man and women because we are all in this together. It is a new template. And it was written to illustrate how the bringing home of the sacred masculine is not just the work of men. Conscious or twin flame relationship is a catalytic dynamic in this alchemical process.
The book Bring Him Home got its title from the divine feminine. My twin flame heard the words clearly and when she told me what she had heard I broke down in tears. I knew what they meant. And though the road was and is a wild and scary and beautiful one I could not not travel it. I am connecting now, particularly now in this eclipse season, with many other men who are on the road home. The time of the lone wolf is over. Increasingly we men will travel together in brotherhood. And as I say the divine feminine is very much involved in this homecoming because the two are inextricably entwined; yin and yang, both contained within each other. This masculine and feminine energy is genderless. We, men, need the love and compassion and understanding of woman but don’t take any shit off us either! It’s been a hard road to travel and we know the path of the sacred feminine has been too. We need each other now. This is the time of balance and union.
We men need the love and compassion of our women and as woman supports her man she also heals her own inner masculine. The divine feminine and divine masculine nourish and guide and lead each other on this epic journey back to the heart, back home to truth.
A second woman told me recently that she also heard the words Bring Him Home in relation to her man. So if there is another woman who has heard this command I would be delighted to hear from you, not that I really need evidence of what I know deeply and clearly. The divine feminine energy awakening happened first, it would seem; perhaps to prepare the way for the sacred masculine? The sleeping beauty fairy tale with a twist where She kisses Him awake!
So, yes, he is coming home, sacred masculinity is rising. It is time. We do our work so that the new earth can be birthed and that our children and the generations to come can know heaven on earth. The sacred masculine is coming home. I will see you on the road and we can share tales and sit around the fire at night while we rest and share the adventures we have had and of the ones yet to come.