FF3 – Emotional Accoustics

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Emotional Acoustics

Rodrigo yelled.

‘Hey! Leave me alone.’

Then came the answer. Rodrigo was 8 and yelling into the valley.

Hey leave me alone – the valley copies him.

Don’t copy me!!- Rodrigo yells and turns his back on the valley. He’s a funny, smart 8.

2 long seconds later –

Don’t copy me.

Amazing fealty for an echo. It is Instagram before Instagram: a brief recording of the moment and then it is gone. I guess it’s a combination of the low valley architecture furnished in green with pine trees and sloping hills.

We caught on to what Rodrigo was doing – it gave us a good laugh.

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The power of our echo is amazing. The impact the rebounding of our words and actions have in the lives of others.

This duration and the degree of the echo are always a product of one’s emotions.

The more invested we are in the other person the greater the duration of the echo. That can work both ways.

Combine that with the intention of the person plus the context and the echo could provide an uplifting harmony or a deafening noise puke.

Why?

We, men and women, are governed by the need of being loved and loving someone else.

How do the results of the Female Frixion rebound off the walls of love of her spouse? It is the acoustics of his sense of value for himself. That value can be anchored in his family, in how he takes care of his tools, his income, what people think of his wife. His value can also be self generated – so that way it is associated with higher connection (in contrast to external value that is dependent upon likeability). His self value in conjunction with his male instinct determine the harmonies he hears between the 3 roles of his wife.

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So when communicating the Female Frixion to her partner she will will feel received, understood and appreciated. Or if the man doesn’t grasp the concept of Female Frixion, the woman eddies in the river of communication, then he will substitute something else as his understanding of her message although it is inaccurate. And that will be the basis of his decision making about her from then on. Commonly labeled: happy wife – happy life. Or it can get adversarial between people and the Female Frixion is cemented as a 3 headed monster that is apparently the source of all marital issues.

Or with self-Love in both people it can be cultivated into

A tricycle of love.

There are no short cuts between you and the truth. Whether that be you and not feeling alone (short cut is to find someone not your wife);

Feeling disconnected with manhood in midlife (short cuts include but not limited to, drugs/alcohol).

Feeling loved and loving. (Short cuts too many to list but they all boil down to abandoning yourself as a man.) You have to do the work.

You can be smart about what you are struggling with. This means elevate your emotional agility to attract perception about how to struggle better, struggle happy, struggle together.

FF1 -What is it?

 

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A few days ago I came home with some flowers for my wife.  I got them in the supermarket across the street.  The prices are generally good for the bouquets of Iris she likes.  When I walk into our condo she lights up when she sees the triangular paper shape of the wrapped up flowers.  My daughter chimes in ‘Oh, are those for me …?’  She knows the answer.  She gets flowers on birthdays.  My wife gets them because she is my wife.  A cold overcast January day is a fabulous day for flowers.  Even though they are not for my daughter she gets over her feigned disappointment and unwraps them and points out they are a little damaged.  Broken stem.  No big deal.  They still will bring life, colour and fragrance into our home.

The thing is, this has happened before: damaged flowers.  Now it could have been in transit as the flowers likely came from California or Niagara.  However, when I have bought flowers the woman wrapping them has treated them poorly, brusquely, for no apparent reason.  It hasn’t happened often.  But it makes me wonder.  Everyone has bad days; doesn’t feel well; is underpaid and needs to let it out.

Other times it is the Female Frixion.  It gets the better of them.

The Female Frixion is a natural urge that makes sense to women.   This urge creates a friction between the three roles of women: Professional, Maternal, Romantic.  Men, for their part, have: Professional, Paternal, Adventurer.

Each of those role loves its own flow and rising above the rasping of the roles.  Women feel the fulfillment that goes by responding with vigour to life.  When the fulfillment wanes the Female Frixion intensifies.

Perhaps the Female Frixion exists because as a society we don’t understand how a woman is configured.   Speaking as a man about the education a man receives about a woman – we have no idea about the emotional engineering of a woman.

Then again this tug of war between the roles may have nothing to do with the configuration of a woman.  This urge that pushes a woman in such a way may stem from a society that is not aligned to the nature of a woman.  Something to be pondered…

 

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This Female Frixion is at the nexus of the three roles; again those being professional, romantic and maternal.  This internal conflict does not mean there is something wrong.  The fact of the Female Frixion never implies or says men are better.  Men would do very well to pay attention to the women in their life as they adjust and jump, or not, in response to the demands of the roles.  Men can learn about being in connection with their instinct and how to be fluent in their emotional agility.

 

Female Frixion

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10 Points about living with Female Frixion.

What?

  • A natural feeling in women caused by the Maternal/Professional/Adventure roles
  • The roles are jousting for: expression, attention, priority, love, recognition …
  • It’s not a social measurement of having: career, children, relationship.

 

Natural Friction?

  • There is nothing wrong with you
  • There is no one to blame: you, mother, partner, school
  • Doesn’t make you better or worse, a martyr 

 

Stages in Life

  • Female, Woman, Lady
  • Childhood, youth, young adult, adult, middle age, elder
  • Mid-Life _____________

 

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Unisex?

  • No
  • Not the same in all women
  • Not the same in you day to day

 

Direct Communication

  • Grasp the naturalness of it
  • 3 for 1
  • Find your way to share the truth of it

 

Satisfaction and Fulfillment

  • Emotional Process  – Emotional Checklist
  • Love is offering fulfillment through satisfaction
  • Feed the triplets

 

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Men

  • Men don’t know this
  • Men can’t fix it, but they can …
  • Communicate understanding by being agile

 

Instinct

  • Petitions a greater instinct response
  • At work there is confusion, doubt
  • Is undeniable:  The Emotional Watershed

 

Appreciation

  • Not a lever in a poor relationship
  • Reflection of your range
  • Understanding your mother and providing that for children

 

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Communicate

  • Discover the awareness and readiness of others
  • Learn how to improve its management
  • Share your experience, %

 

 

 

 

 

 

AYM9 – Their Youth and Future

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Angry young men are angry because their youth and future have been tarnished by lack of vision by weak elders who know fear and lack of resistance.

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Young men will hit each other including the closest loved one within striking distance. Be it their mother or sister, girlfriend or wife.

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Because they can’t handle life right now, in the moment. Life can get to be too much of not having enough. Too much of not being enough. It’s frustrating. It’s demoralizing. So It takes balls to not succumb to the forces of diminishment – and to want discover want kind of man you are – when the people in charge of the world have run it into the ground.

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Thank God a new story is being written by elders-in-training who are:

Forgiving and then immediately use that conversation to take the reins of their emotions to support their mission;

Doing the personal development work to understand the many currents of daily and devotional life;

Elevating the conversations about intricacies and complications of the intertwining of relationships with life stages;

Insisting we appreciate that the planet unto herself is on a development journey called evolution.

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And that all of these are powered by potent, far reaching forces. Forces that are received, translated and shared when we refine and simplify our needs and rituals to ‘love and be loved’.

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AYM7 – Satisfaction and Fulfillment have been usurped by Blame and Guilt.

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Angry young men might have a valid argument for having anger issues.

Our golden retriever wasn’t very happy that my wife and I only took her on the short route for her evening walk. It was a chilly December day so it got dark early. Returning home from the walk we turn left out of the elevator and our noses catch the smell of warm, freshly baked chocolate chip cookies that fragrants the hallway air.

Once in our kitchen I gulp down two still- soft cookie creations. A Gooey, messy, tasty sugar rush.

My daughter is now watching a movie, having made the cookies and feeling fulfilled at accomplishing the task she set out to bake. In relation to the same event I am in the kitchen breathing the deep breaths of satisfaction, having been cookied.

Meanwhile my wife is savouring a sense of various fulfillments. She was connecting with her husband on the evening walk thus responding to the urge of her romantic(and now married) life. Arriving home to a proactive daughter she fills with pride that cannot be measured but that is vital to her sense motherhood.

All of this after a day of the demands and successes of a full day of work.

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We are all responsible for seeking satisfaction and fulfillment in our lives. As children we receive the guidance of parents and teachers.

The gradual acceptance of responsibility for our words and actions is part of engaging adulthood.

If we can engage this next step in life with confidence, curiosity and healthy coping mechanisms then we will find satisfaction with a positive outlook.

If we aren’t ready to manoeuvre in the adult realms then we can feel overwhelmed and look to relieve ourselves of the weight of responsibility. An effective technique for getting that relief is blame. Blaming others. Reacting unconsciously because we haven’t decided to grow into our Best Ego. So we make someone else the creator of our reality. We convince ourselves there is almost no possibility we could have had control of the circumstances that brought us here.

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Young men need to be able to watch adults manage life with agility. Meaning a challenge is what happens when you grow. The challenge is not the one we encounter on the road of growth – outside of ourselves. The actual challenge is how we react and deal with the situation.

Do we frame it as a nuisance to pushed to the side ? And as a result do the minimum? Or do we apply belief in our abilities thus converting the same challenge into a springboard for growth?

Seeing the challenge as an external hassle means we are giving the pen that writes our life story to someone else.

However the challenge is actually a light that we can shine on our own qualities. To ensure we are grasping that same pen to decide the lines of our own life story.

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So …

Grab the pen.

Believe: in yourself, in your style of man, your kind of confidence, your version of strong, your adaptation of resourceful, your insight about elevating the expression of man.

Speak up about what you want. Speak out about what you feel.

Seek your satisfaction as a young man. Offer to others a young man who knows what it takes to uphold a positive outlook even if the situation isn’t fair.

Lable yourself

LABLE

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Love and be loved  = Lable 

Seek something to love in the other person and Offer them something to love.

Make the higher more important than the lower – as a first step look for solidarity-in- love with others.  If they can’t locate their higher self then be their external resource for them to generate self love.  Think about it – now – and again.

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Ego love.  Love the service that your ego provides to your higher development life.  The ego level of you needs approval and attention to be included and feel important.  So you seek people that give you all those things.  But not at the expense of your ability to grow.  Remember Your Best Ego is the foundation for your Higher Soul.  

They Have No Real Rites Of Passage – AYM6

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Angry young men are justified in being angry because they have no real rites of passage that help them mark stages in life while grasping their significance.

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I remember at my confirmation the crusty, guest priest went up and down the first 2 pews in the church asking each person being confirmed what their chosen name was. Mine was Peter. The name meant nothing to me really.

Another guy had chosen Michael so the priest made some comment on the meaning of that name.

We were about 30 people to be confrmed. I think all of us were around 13 years old except for a few adults The adults chose to be there. I felt no impending transformation or need to give myself a different name. The name identifies the new you that confirms the belief in God your parents claimed at your baptism. Yet I have never used the additional name and it embodies nothing for me.

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When a coming of age ceremony is conducted by someone with dignity there is a transference of the truth based struggle for self – awareness to the participants. The concept of taking on a new name is so it is an anchor for this peak moment of nervous inspiration and cellular refinement. This new name carries the authenticity of life so far combined with the courage and skills that we engage through our transformation.

Generally we have starved our sensibilities to the planet and the journey of human development. As a result the point of rites of passage is lost on most of us.

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A man might project confidence, indifference or toughness but in many cases he is not in sync with the role of his soul. The soul is the bridge from child to youth, from youth to adult, from adult to elder. Each of these involves a transformation of you that is witnessed and celebrated. Witnessing allows the man to know that he is supported while he may feel lost or not know which direction to point his daily decisions. Those who support our young men know he must grow as a capable man that finds solutions not excuses. That seeks insights not openings to ridicule. That wants companionship not violence.

Just because he is angry does not justify violence against women. And just because he is lost and can’t find a good guide or mentor doesn’t justify violence against women.

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Rather, his transformation into an emotionally agile man is to be celebrated so people can sense he is a unique expression of manhood and tribe.

Rites of passage can be simple. They can be ancient poems or spontaneous encouragements as long as the sentiment is to locate and appreciate the young man in the hypernow of his life.

Rites of passage can be with just one witness or a ceremony followed by a big party.

Young men can have a conversation at 7:30 on a Tuesday with a man about life, about women and making love, about expressing the urge to love-and-be -loved, about personal religion, about posture and martial arts and The Art of War and oration and humility, about dancing, about making money and doing business and a good sense of humour, about nature spirits and healing and self respect. Any combination of those important topics can do the job of bridging the adolescent into the next stage. We as a tribe need to create these rites of life stage change. Or just connect the ceremonies we already have with a human development journey.