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In this video Helena Hart, relationship expert, talks about how we are all made up of both feminine and masculine energy, but looks at how operating too much in your masculine energy can be the reason why you are attracting a feminine energy man.
Why am I attracting feminine energy men?
Feminine energy men are attracted to women who are in their masculine energy, It’s a great place to be if you want to be productive and get stuff done - but when it comes to your love life, you don’t want to be operating from your masculine energy all of the time, at least not if you want to attract a masculine energy man.
Note: we all (both men and women) have masculine and feminine energy within us. But if you want to attract a masculine energy man, i.e a man who is predominantly operating from a masculine energy point when in a relationship, then you need to tap into your feminine energy.
How do I know if I am in my masculine energy in a relationship?
Well, ask yourself - are you the one who is always calling, paying for dates, making all of the decisions? If so then chances are you are in your masculine energy. Being in your masculine energy is great in most areas of your life, even when we look after the children, we are actually operating from our masculine energy (as we are in doing mode).
However, be more self aware of that, and learn how to switch your energy when going on a date with your man.
If you want to attract a masculine man, give YOURSELF more of your masculine.
This means that you need to operate in masculine mode when you are single, or away from your man, because we attract a mirror image of our own masculine energy back to us. Be the masculine energy that you want in a guy, and when he appears, make sure that when you are around him that you step back into your feminine.
Once you start utilizing your own masculine energy for yourself, you become active, and proactive, in creating your own life - this is far more attractive than being somebody who is passive, and sits about waiting for a man to come to them.
About Helena Hart