Understanding Men

Numerology explains a lot – if you take the numbers for “man” it adds up to 10/1. The number 1 is about leadership, self, ego, me, my, etc, etc… As you can see, the vibration of relationships isn’t there at all. The enlightened master Osho used to say that women and men are often on different spiritual paths. Women are on the path of love, and men are on the path of awareness.

These two basic differences have a huge influence on how we deal with eachother and life in general. Women are made for relationships because they are essential for the raising of children and the survival of the species. In this equation, men are needed for sharing his sperm, and possibly for taking care of mother and child until the child is big enough that the mother can do it all. I have read that for the first 3 years, there are certain chemicals being released that keeps the couple together. After 3 years, the levels of these chemicals go down, and often, the man will start thinking about moving on…

To a man who is more into awareness than love, relationships can often become more of a burden and a distraction that stops him from keeping a spiritual focus. Men don’t learn from interaction with others the way women do – they learn from figuring out everything for themselves. That is why a troubled man will retreat into his personal “cave” and not communicate with his questioning mate until he figures it all out, and this is also why men are often hesitant about going to any kind of therapy that requires that he communicates with anyone.

This is totally different from the way women work. We voice our feelings to our girlfriends and anyone else who is willing to lend an ear, and in that process of discussion and feedback, we learn and grow. Oh, well… No wonder relationships are difficult…

If we look at the numerology of “men” we get 14/5. There still isn’t any relationship numbers in the plural of men. 14 shows that men get their ego and identity (1) from the work (4) that they do. Therefore, they feel great after accomplishing lots at work, and they don’t even mind working overtime if this helps them accomplish more. So, if you wonder why your mate puts more energy into his work than in his relationship with wife and kids, this is why.

The 5 shows that men have a tendency to get stuck in fixed ideas. Combine this with women’s lack of confidence (3) and reliance on the relationship (2) for her identity (1), we instantly get a feeling of unfulfilled expectations in the woman, and a sense of bondage in the man. Nagging woman and avoiding man – you get the picture…

More about this tomorrow…

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