“An Indian knows no pain!” (German proverb) and “Boys don’t cry!”. Who among us does not know these sayings from their childhood? For centuries, the male role expectations have been shaped by a patriarchal society in which performance, toughness, discipline and strength play a very important role.

Living with an “actually highly sensitive man”

Thus, it is hardly surprising that many (young) men who were born highly sensitive or highly perceptive (approx. 15–20% of all men) are thrown into emotional turmoil because they are unable to live up to the traditional male ideals. Many of them would gladly stand by their emotionality, their sensibility or their sensitivity to pain, but they were taught to hide it or cover it up as children because giving in to such sentiments would be “unmanly”.

For this reason, it is no wonder that many women are taken by complete surprise when they realise that they live with an “actual highly sensitive man” who does not express his true self due to his education. Maybe he grew up among men who demanded emotional and physical toughness from him. Maybe he never learnt to talk about his true feelings and needs. Or maybe he is embarrassed by his high sensitivity and has learned to assume a role that has little or nothing to do with his true self.

Highly sensitive persons feel the effect of spiritual tools most clearly

Owing to such inner conflicts and identity problems, misunderstandings and crises can arise in relationships. However, these can be eliminated as soon as both partners endeavour to clear the air and are not afraid to discover new facets and aspects of themselves and others.

The spiritual world offers energetic help to all those who want to undergo an internal or external clarification process, for instance in the form of the Angel Aura Essence ARCHANGEL GABRIEL. This angel energy not only purifies the subtle body, e.g. the aura and chakras, but also provides support on the paths of self-awareness and re-orientation.

 

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