What is the difference in the
mental in regards to men and women? Why are we females seemingly unique? Why do
we think and react differently, what are our issues, and what are our
strengths? Better yet, what makes us so resilient and strong?
Many studies suggest, and
psychologists have proven, that women are better communicators, nurturers, and
caretakers. Men mostly rule with their intellect, they reason with fewer
emotions, and are more controlled in many situations.
However, this is not a
psychology paper or medical research study. This is a purely metaphysical look
at our differences in the mental; an examination of the female mind.
What does this mean to the metaphysician?
How does this seeming
diversity relate to our thoughts and our daily experiences?
Consciousness consists of the
male and the female element. When used in mind the elements are also called
‘reason’ and ‘feeling.’ The male element or reasoning ability does the
analytical chores, while the female element or feeling ability does the nurturing,
loving, and reacts emotionally.
Men and women are comprised
of both elements. We are male and female; however, we express what we have
‘more of.’ I am a woman because I have more female present, and so forth.
An excerpt of my book “…because
you can!” will explain the connection in a more traditional way. The chapter is
“What does marriage represent in the mental?”
The concept of marriage in
the mental represents a blending together of the male and female elements in
mind. This is not a physical action, but a mental one.
It takes the male and the
female elements, knowing and feeling, to create anything. What is made, or
appears in the visible world, was conceived in the mental, nurtured by good
thoughts, and born through your conclusion or conviction, which is a feeling of
certainty. It is an extension of your consciousness.
The birth of a child is the
visible expression of this mental process. The visible symbol of earthly
marriage is the coming together of a man and woman to create more life. As we
explored earlier we are all composed of the male and female elements. We are a
complete whole, and we give birth to more wholeness. We are multiplying life
into its visible form.
The focal point of our
journey is to unfold and gain an understanding of the truth of life and how the
creation or birth process works. All else will fall into place naturally.
So how does the male and female element affect our daily lives?
Our thoughts are the creators
of our experiences. We can think as many good and right thoughts as we want to,
but unless we feel these thoughts as true, we will not manifest our desires
Feeling is the mother of all creation. Giving birth not only means giving birth
to children to replenish the earth, it means giving birth to ideas and everything
that exists in our wonderful realm.
Everything you see is a
specific idea and was conceived by a thinker. It was not only conceived, but
also nurtured and carried in mind until it was time for the idea to be born and
manifested into this world. It could only be born if a feeling of certainty,
the conviction that ‘it is so’ was reached. This full understanding of the
specific idea brought forth the experience, or manifestation.
What do you think makes a woman strong?
I’d like to point out why
being the mother or feeling/ female element is most important. Our children are
thought children or ideas, as mentioned earlier. Babies born, reflect life’s
urge to express more of itself — which could not be done without the
feeling/female element. The idea of birth would be trapped, just sitting there
as an idea in mind conceived by reason or the male element.
The reflection or picture in
the material world shows forth as the male being equipped, yet trapped, with
all if his potential. However, he would not be able to produce more life of his
own. Reason, thoughts, potential, the male comes first, the feeling of
certainty or conception and the creation of all, including more life, comes
second. This process clearly shows that life consists of both, male and female
— elements — as neither could produce without the other.
A baby’s sex is determined at
the point of conception, depending on the dominant mental element present. This
is a progressive idea and most likely will meet with some resistance. But I
have observed this concept over many years. When I first read about this
discovery I was pregnant myself and not surprised that we produced a son.
The theory is that if the
parents are more on the analytical side they conceive a boy, but if the parents
imbue more feelings, the child conceived is most likely a girl. This is also
the reason that most ‘planned’ children are male and most surprises, conceived
with lots of emotions, are females. Again, these are metaphysical theories and
not backed up with medical studies.
A word of advice and loving guidance
God, Universal Intelligence,
created all things from within. They are not created from nor are they of the
material world. All creatures and things stem from this godly source and are
projected out into the visible world. However, the substance of you, us, and
all things remain of Universal Intelligence and are of mental origin.
In my world, there is only me
and my sense of me. In your world, there is only you and your sense of you. No
one knows how you feel and what you think deep down in your heart, not even
your family or closest friends. Your feelings, emotions, and thoughts are your
own; they are your secret.
I therefore ask of you: Do
not see yourself as being a man or a woman. Do not buy into being black or
white, or whatever color your skin exhibits. Do not think that your sexual
orientation is who you are. Do not use the country of your birth as your identity.
All of these are only
perceptions. They label you to act one way or another. See yourself as a
mentality, a soul. Free yourself of the sense of racial, cultural, and sexual
limitation. Act as the free Spirit you are. Your soul does not have a specific
color or race; it is not only a man or a woman. It contains ALL.
Born in Salzburg, Austria,
ULRIKE moved to Los Angeles in 1982 and fell in love with the diverse culture
and arts this city has to offer. For the last 30 years she continued her
intense studies, teaching and writing. In 2011 she established “Modern Thought
Theories” a practical and provable guide to living life with passion, truth and