Q. You spoke of the pain of the feminine in the Amsterdam class, of not having its circular mode of communication understood. You also spoke of the frustration of the masculine of trying to decipher the ‘confusing’ communication of the feminine. But it felt as if you were approaching this communication dilemma from a very masculine perspective. Please explain.
A. Much emphasis has been placed on the masculine, left-brained people going into feminine, non-cognitive mode when listening. It is only by emptying the mind that true assimilation can take place of eternal truths behind the words of another. The part that has been over-looked (over-looked insights reveal themselves through frustration), is that the feminine needs to school it’s circular thinking into linear output. Input is feminine, output needs to be masculine – a skill that must be cultivated in delivering questions and communications in an organized format. It is dysfunctional and a form of silent rage to deliver disorganized thoughts and expect another to wade through them in order to discover the kernels of information within.