The Power of Femininity

The Power of Femininity

The Power of Femininity

Feminine energy is one of the most powerful forces on earth. If you want to attract your dream man… then you want to tap into your infinite source of femininity. If you want to have a long lasting passionate relationship or marriage, then you must express your inner femininity. If you want a man to love you and treasure you, then you must attract him with your femininity.

However, most women are oblivious to their true feminine power. Just in case some of you disagree, I want to tell you a quick story.

On an extraordinarily beautiful sunny day in the late 1960s, a man named Arthur Bremer attended a political rally at Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Canada. He had a zealous sense of mission for the biggest and most important day of his life. He had spent 3 whole years preparing for this day; and had planned his action meticulously for perfect execution (as the masculine energy does).

He walked through a huge crowd of people. In fact, people were just everywhere, and it was hard to find some space. The main attraction of this gathering was the presence of President Richard Nixon.

Arthur was in state – nothing was going to stop him, and his intention and desired result were unequivocal.

He walked in to a bit of empty space at the side of the huge crowd of people, and with absolute strength and resolve, he reached in to a pocket inside his jacket where he kept his gun ready to assassinate President Richard Nixon. He was at point blank range. With all this masculine intensity and resolve, as he was about to pull his gun out of his pocket, somebody knocked him on the arm.

Full of rage and disgust for whoever or whatever it was that broke his state, and sabotaged his mission and his chance  – the biggest moment of his life for which he had planned for years – he turned around to see a tiny little lady, incredibly tiny, and amazingly soft; and heard her say in deep concern: ‘oh dear! I am SO SORRY! Are You OK?!’ and in that moment showed him more love and connection, more true feminine energy, than he had ever received in his life.

In that moment, he lost his state completely. And, Arthur says in his personal diary (now published as ‘An Assassin’s Diary’), that he just couldn’t do it. He said that he was at point blank range, but he could not make this soft little lady witness something so horrendous. He didn’t want to make her see this.

Arthur Bremer was a man who grew up in a very disfunctional family, and was beaten and yelled at consistently at home. He was relentlessly mocked, teased and hated during his entire life and throughout his schooling years. He was a janitor. Never married, never made love to a woman – and felt he had absolutely no significance in his life. Those of you who received my Free book on understanding a man’s 6 human needs will be able to identify exactly what I mean when I say he felt he had no significance in his life.

His resolve to kill Richard Nixon was solely for fame. It had nothing to do with Nixon himself; nothing to do with any political issue or idea that he was opposed to.

Arthur Bremer then went on to shoot Governor Wallace in May 1972 4 times, which left

Wallace paralyzed from the waist down for the rest of his life. For this assassination attempt, he planned for another 2 whole years. He was sentenced to 63 years in prison, and on appeal this was reduced to 53 years. He was released in November 2007 however.

Femininity and Vulnerability

The point of the story is to show just how powerful vulnerability is – how powerful the feminine truly is.  The sheer vulnerability and feminine softness of this little lady caused this man’s 3-year long plan to assassinate the president to collapse in the space of just seconds.

The masculine energy, if it is true, wants to protect and serve the feminine energy. Ultimately, a man wants to make a woman happy. The feminine woman who can give love at the greatest level to a man beyond measure – and accept him as he is, in his entirety – has more power and strength than anyone can possibly imagine.

Any man who has lived has experienced huge challenges. In a man’s life, there are many of them – many challenges of which women neglect to understand, or even want to understand. Most women are too busy thinking about their own challenges, and bemoaning the historical struggles they, as a gender have had. (read my article about what to do when threatened by other women?)

A truly feminine woman is able to give more love than any other. Most women just don’t do this anymore. Real and lasting love is not easy to give. And, if you know inside that no-one can love your man (or future man) as much as you do – he will show up in the most amazing ways in your life.

The problem is that like in Arthur Bremer’s life – if love is not given – it causes more destruction in the world. One of the many roles of a feminine woman is to open to, receive and most importantly – give love. Not only when it’s easy. And, for you personally; in fact all of us women, need to be open to receiving a man’s love as well. If you do not embrace the love you’re given, if you do not choose to see the love that is evident in your life, it will not grow. It will die.

Feminine energy and it’s potential

Feminine energy has the most unbelievable ability to elicit more masculine strength and power in a man – and not only that, but as in Arthur’s case – it has the power to stall a man’s mission, as many of us may already know :) and – men don’t like it when their intensity is broken. But, it’s not all bad, especially if it’s done in a good way, as in this story. This little lady had more power in that moment than many others. Just a little vulnerability and a little love given – and BAM! A woman can halt the assassination of a president.

I know that in my own life, there were moments when I was a little girl, and now as a woman, where I’ve done something (subconsciously) and men have responded to me in ways that I really appreciate. Often, this interchange of, and balancing out masculine and feminine energy is unconscious. We may not even notice it all the time. So as women, we will know that by knowing how to be feminine, and how to be true to our feminine core, we can encourage different (and even much better) parts of a man to show up.

Femininity is Power. Use it, and use it wisely :)

I hope you enjoyed this post, and what did you think of Arthur’s story?

Renee.

-XxX-

Renee the feminine woman

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19 Comments

  • Nana

    March 20, 2013

    Amazing story and what a gorgeous woman at the top of your article…

  • gbenga

    August 29, 2011

    i love your blog, am currently undergoing some research on the power of the feminine, i can tap some few lines on your blog, nice one

  • Laura

    February 11, 2011

    I love your blog! I just discovered it and am already telling my girl friends. Is there a way I can read the “Understanding a man’s 6 human needs?” I’d love to read it and thanks again for taking the time to write such a great blog!

  • P

    September 6, 2010

    ps) take care Renee. i have been thinking of u …

  • Renee

    July 1, 2010

    Hey Volleygirl :) Thank You for your lovely comment, and you’re welcome.

    -XxX-

  • VolleyGirl

    June 30, 2010

    WOW, I didn’t know anything about this story! I loved it!!!
    I’m happy the president didn’t get killed… and the lady was able to stop Arthur even though she had no idea about his plans.

    Renee, I love all your articles and they are really informative. After I read them,it always gets me thinking on ways to improve myself not only as a woman but also as a human being.

    Thank you for your help!!!

  • Dena

    April 19, 2010

    Love the story! Have you noticed that in famous fairy tale stories and movies Such as Walt Disney’s BEAUTY&THE BEAST SNOW WHITE,CINDERELLA,SLEEPING BEAUTY that the most Feminine women had the most power. and were able to TAME and win the protection and Love ,Often from the handsome,heroic and so Masculine prince? That truly shows the power of femininity . Thanks Renee for illuminating Femininity. i learned so much.

  • Amy

    April 18, 2010

    I love this story too! :)

  • Shadelle

    April 10, 2010

    I loveee this story! :)

  • Positive Mitch

    April 4, 2010

    As a man, I find that feminine energy is often useful and pleasurable for me to engage in.

    The letting go. The deference. The vulnerability. The charm… It is very powerful – and I myself have a good store of it.

    When I approach a woman to connect with her, I approach with an almost submissive, more feminine energy. As a 6’3″ man, I can feel pretty threatening sometimes if I venture onto more intimate ground than the usual “hi, how are you?”

    So… I draw her out in subtle ways, melting away the veneer of potential threat posed by the concept of a MAN PENETRATING. I show that I know that this is not the only way to work. I talk, ask her questions, listen to her… make it all about her. I make her feel that if she wants control, she can have it. The threat fades away, and she lets me in.

    As she opens up to me, I also open up to her. I too confess things in my life that aren’t as I’d like them, weaknesses I have, things that implicitly show trust and desire to share.

    I connect with her feminine energy… through using my own.

    Then, when the intimate interaction reaches a higher, more physical stage, I listen… does she want to be in control here? If I get no such signs, then I can openly assume the role of “driver” of the interaction, and she will truly let my dominance in and fully enjoy my masculine strength.

    Some women do want to be in control. A woman I am seeing now was the more dominant partner between the two of us for almost a year. Her life experiences have made her desire control, especially in very intimate interactions. Only now, now that she is familiar with me and trusts me much more, has she been letting go and letting me take the reins more and more. And you know what? It was my pleasure to let her be in control, and I would willingly submit to her again if/when that’s what she needs.

    This is one facet of what many women mean when they talk about a man “who’s got it all.” All men should understand this. But so many do not.

    • Ayo

      February 28, 2012

      this was beautiful. I’d love to date a guy like you :-)

  • Renee

    April 3, 2010

    @JP: I do love beauty and the beast! :D

    @Meg: I’m glad you liked the story. I will give more examples in the future.

    Femininity is amazing!

  • Meg

    April 2, 2010

    Thank you for posting this! I’ve thought about it for several days, now. I really love the example of the power of femininity. Could you provide more examples? I’m fascinated by this new power, since I didn’t even know it existed before. At least, I wasn’t taught that being feminine was powerful. It’s enlightening and exciting, too!

  • JP

    April 1, 2010

    Great Post! :) It too makes me think of a big hard tough guy being tamed by a dainty little woman, bc she simply cares for him. Which is basically the story of Beauty & the Beast…and who doesn’t love that story! :)

  • Renee

    April 1, 2010

    @Amara: I’m glad :)

    @Tracy: yes, I did (and still do) feel terrible for Governor Wallace.

    The interesting thing is, years later, he became a born-again Christian and wrote a letter to Arthur Bremer saying that he forgave him and wanted them to get to know each other better. Arthur never responded, however….

  • tracy

    March 31, 2010

    wow i never knew about this before, great story! i feel bad for Governor Wallace though, he wasnt so lucky =(
    the story reminds me of all the movies where the monster/beast falls in love with a woman and even though he will not listen to anyone, he will listen to her and protect her, all because she showed genuine care and love when nobody else would. Kind of like in the movie kingkong where the beast fell in love with naomi watts. Its pretty cute! =)

  • Amara

    March 31, 2010

    Loved it Renee darling! I fell off the femininity wagon a little!! But I hope to climb back on! It’s very difficult to change but this article has inspired me to try!!

  • Jodi

    March 30, 2010

    What an incredible story…and the most important piece to me was the fact that this woman was just being her naturally loving sweet self. She was not trying to stop an assassination. There is nothing more powerful than unashamedly spreading love and joy to others!

    • Renee

      March 31, 2010

      Hi Jodi :)

      I agree with you. the love you have to give inside truly IS a powerful thing!