The Feminine Principle

Source: Freeman’s Perspective
by Paul Rosenberg

“There have always been battles between the male and female principles, but most commonly within families, where they were generally worked out to some level of satisfaction. Over recent decades, however, the feminine principle has been attacked and rejected. It is my opinion that a good deal of our present troubles trace back to a lack of feminine influences. The cultures of the West, to put it simply, are suffering from a lack of the feminine principle. Because feminine influences have been reduced or eliminated, our cultures are overflowing with masculine assumptions, even though our rhetoric can make it seem much the opposite.” (07/26/22)