Happy immature lives and being single.
Many couples can live relatively happy, successful lives and act mostly from their immature.
A man can be very Masculine, dominant, competitive and thrive in a capitalist environment. This type of personality can put his partner completely into her Feminine, and she can feel so much freedom, while being perfectly happy to gossip about other people, be the centre of attention, and spend her time manipulating him, and making him feel jealous, to increase his attraction to her. Indeed, for many people, this is a sign of a successful relationship: money, power, a deep bond, and the envy of their peers.
Acting from our immature does not necessarily make us a bad person, but it does keep us locked in separation, living our lives from our unhealthy ego in an almost constant state of reaction. Most behavioural changes we experience will come from the reinforcement and development of our ego into further separation. There may be moments of wisdom and insight from our Mature Masculine, and moments of unselfish, accepting love from our Mature Feminine, but for the most part, the immature is based in our unhealthy ego. These moments of separation can be great for our growth, but being lost in them stops our growth completely.
It’s often harder to live a happy and immature life when single. When we are single, we don’t have such a good mirror to reinforce our immature behaviour with positivity, praise, rewarding experiences, and the chemicals in the brain that support them. When we are single…
Excerpt from the book “Masculine & Feminine Polarity Work”, by @elliottsaxby
Baby Ganesha in Hand of Fatima image credit “Unknown”