Fear and anxiety.
These are all different expressions of the same energy.
The insecure woman, the one who harbors black energy. She is the one who often ruins lives or leaves them unfulfilled, sometimes to be malicious, and sometimes out of innocence.
Perhaps her journey is to become confident? But even the confident woman is not perfect. No, perhaps she can overcome her fears, as difficult as that may be. Maybe then her problems will be solved?
But often she acts out her black energy without thinking, without stopping to see the bigger picture. Too much adrenaline? Too much trauma? Why is her life not working out? Why doesn’t she have what she wants? These are all questions that the insecure woman can ask, however, logic does not seem to be part of her game unless it is used to keep her in her black aura.
They successfully ruin the world, if for no other reason than because of men’s inability to discern between and choose better women. They continue to multiply and reproduce, stunning as it is to my eyes. To be innocent and insecure is okay, but to be malicious and insecure is quite another, and too many of the latter kinds of women exist for my liking. At least with those who are innocent, there is the potential to mold them and help them be themselves, and there is hope.
And what about those who are malicious? What to do with them? It seems like their biggest talent is to destroy the earth and people’s wellbeing, and these two things should always be uplifted and never destroyed. This makes them seem evil to me, a kind of evil that is not a necessary evil, a kind of evil that is disgusting and vile to my eyes, a kind of evil that is protected by the law and by everyone around it. Physical destruction is what it would take, and careful consideration by future generations about who they choose to be with. Is it worth it? Is it worth it to destroy the maliciously insecure and do our best to make sure they don’t appear ever again?
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