“The Universe vibrates at the frequency of wholeness when order is maintained through balance and mutual respect of the masculine and feminine, regardless of whether we are male or female as a being.”
“I pondered on this thought further as I intuitively knew that this revelation had a deeper meaning to it. It was revealing and reflecting of the potential of human consciousness to vibrate at the frequency of the universal consciousness.
I realized that living in India for a large part of my life had already been revealing this to me in bits and pieces from childhood. I had grown up celebrating festivals and listening to stories of Gods and Goddesses. We celebrated both the God and Goddess in each festival and each story had a God and Goddess coming together to manifest the final creation. For me God existed with the Goddess and the Goddess with the God. There was no two ways about it. I dived a little deeper into this thought and the universe guided me to meet Shiva (Divine masculine) and Shakti (Divine Feminine).
One of the philosophies or knowingness that resonated with my own experiences of the Divine masculine and feminine is that Shiva (Divine masculine) is the awareness and Shakti (Divine feminine) is the aliveness. Shiva is the sacred ground on which Shakti creates. Without the stillness and grounding of Shiva the creative energy of Shakti becomes uncontrollable and without the creative energy of Shakti, Shiva becomes just an observer without the ability to create or manifest his creation. This is best depicted in pictures and idols of Goddess Kali (a form of Shakti) where she is in her full potential of creating and is standing on Shiva. They merge to create the Oneness and dissolve into this oneness where the masculine and feminine cease to exist and the pure consciousness of creation manifests as the Universe.”
SOURCE: Shaktikalya Sacred Arts and Rashmi Thirtha Jyoti