The feminine timeframe crash course: Is this the end for men?

As I’ve been speaking on for the past few years, the timeframe of the feminine is firmly upon us. No more shadow period, no more “working it in ” — it is here. And it could not come along at a better time in the evolution of our species. As the universe does — the timing is impeccable.

Merriam Webster’s word for 2017 was “feminism”. Yet the word is greatly misunderstood by many to have political ramifications. As stated in the news by Kellyanne Conway, feminism, to her, means “anti-male” and “pro-abortion”, when in fact, according to Merriam Webster, the word is defined as “the belief that men and woman should have equal rights and opportunities.”

Human beings project much meaning into the world around them based upon our own life experiences and personal lenses, creating the lessons we see fit to act as our teachers at that time.

Though the word “feminism” is receiving its moment in lights, it is truly the physics of the feminine timeframe which is the engine that creates lift-off for humanity’s most recent spiritual and cultural evolution. 

This is no more an anti-male statement than proclaiming that gravity holding our feet to the ground is a statement that disavows the power of an almighty God; they are both simply the affects of physics — one spiritual, one physical.

Many have turned the spiritual physics of the feminine timeframe into a political rant of one form or another, pivoting on the term “feminism” to strengthen both positive and negative cultural perceptions.

Ironically, the spiritual physics of this timeframe have the very least to do with the mechanics of traditional politics, a modality forged in the imbalanced phase of the masculine, and far more to do with the social ramifications of collective bridge-building.

The feminine timeframe is a beautiful yet complex metaphysical transition that supports humanity in harmonizing our individualized consciousness into one healing modality, in order to come up with a workable plan that “fits”, for all.

This means, in practical functioning social terms, that all “give” a little, as opposed to some “giving all”, while many “give none”. It is the recognition that the idea of a “majority”, in such a diverse and interconnected world, is simply an illusion created by a tribal-imprinted human psyche.

Though a group may share an opinion for a perceived greater good, the old-word idea of a one-voice majority has had its day as a polarizing teacher. 

The feminine timeframe teaches us that humans are not a hive mind, though emotionally and spiritually blue-toothed together. Managing and adapting to this dichotomy in our emotional to spiritual design is one of the most exhilarating evolutionary experiences the world will experience in the next several years.

The feminine timeframe brings the exercise in balanced intelligence, both mentally and emotionally, where once, intellectual and force intelligence dominated.

Some call this process “being in unity”, while others refer to this process as “ascension”. 

For me, as not only a spiritual translator but a musician, it is far more accurate to refer to this process as a grand harmonization. “Unity” can imply a standardization of some kind, and for those whose wounds rest in the place of being unheard or being marginalized, “unity” can equate to erasure. “Ascension” can imply a standard of ranking, as in, some will ascend, and others will not. For those whose wounds rest in areas of the old world judgement sometimes extended through organized religion, “ascension” can equate to “being picked” or “not picked” for the righteous kickball team.

This time frame of the feminine calls upon the physics of healing through harmonizing billions of individual perspectives, ideas, lessons learned through wounds we’ve converted into teachers, and supporting the many as opposed to the exaltation of the one.

In the wake of incidents surrounding Harvey Weinstein and many others, it is important to make note of the dynamics of this timeframe, so that it does not fall into the cracks of our old world need for polarization. 

In other words, let’s not divide off into Team Fem and Team Dude, and duke it out like a bad 1970’s Japanese game show. 

This space in time is all about transcending the need to polarize into opposing sides, simply to justify one’s stance or opinion. That modality reflects that old world masculine, the single hierophant claiming that “might is right”. 

We do not require an enemy in order to define our purpose. It is not human nature, to war. That impulse is a learned response born of an old, two dimensional world, where resources were restricted to control the masses; a world once believed to be flat, once believed to be the center of the universe.

Much as humanity wishes to believe that we are God’s most important creation, it is time, in this feminine timeframe, to release the idea of omnipotent dominion, and accept that all organisms, all people, are here to work together for a common good.  

Even individuals that bring harsh lessons then bring opportunities for growth. All have a purpose and nothing is wasted when all lessons tie together.

In this case, in the case of a global environment whose weather is cycling much faster into a frenzied and erratic climate that will most definitely challenge our ability to exist — survival is the harmonized action.

We must decide if humanity is the virus on a global scale, or a helpful anti-body. So far we’ve been the virus. And a fevered earth is simply burning us off.

Yet in the United States, we are burning ourselves out even faster than the earth can burn us off, and we’re doing so through the exercise of adhering to polarized beliefs that then restrict what we feel is possible. 

I like to call this the Crisis Effect, which groups people by fear, rather than by strength.

In an attempt to harmonize in an era where extreme polarization is a trendy illusion of safety in numbers — Republicans vs Democrats, Broncos vs Patriots, Men vs Women, any team us-against-them designed to keep people distracted with base-level binary simplicities — it’s important to fully understand the transformative power of the feminine timeframe and what it means for both males, females, and those whose gender is not their defining social factor.

The Feminine Timeframe is an era of Healing and Teamwork.

Though there are many whose identities have been forged through “besting” others, in business, in a situation, in a movement or through the voice, the energies in the timeframe of the feminine will simply not support the total dominion of others. 

This will bring into evaluation the identities for millions, perhaps billions, of people around the planet, who have been socialized and trained to believe that dominance equals respect, even safety. 

The era of the great hyper-masculine warlord riding the horse, swinging the sword, being seen as the one savior in all, deciding everyone is less powerful — is over. 

To compensate for this dynamic shift, we see oddities in the news such as world leaders boasting about the “size” of a nuclear button on their desk, or its proximity; the lion roars in the sunset of winter. The battle cry is all that remains.

We all hold a piece of the key to humanity’s deliverance, through upcoming world events, weather events, geothermal events. It is our time to come together with these keys. 

We are all just a little bit “right” as difficult as that is for many to accept who hold extremely differing opinions and experiences.

As a collective, humanity is being asked to offer our greatest strengths into the world, and to give away that which would inhibit us from doing so — shame.

Ridding ourselves of Shame

Shame has served as a tool exercised in the imbalanced period of the masculine timeframe to suppress the greatest gifts and talents of those around the king, leader, or hierophant. Unrealistic expectations have been placed upon the masses, to be all things to all people, a template born of ego and hubris. Failure to reach this impossible task was met with shaming.

Men and women are shamed differently. Men are shamed through ego — for not knowing it all, earning all, saving all, and doing all. Women are shamed for the very same thing, yet for different reasons of being — the mother not being all for the family, for not being the Peace-keeper, for not being chaste enough, for not giving up the self to “be there” for everyone, always.

This great dysfunctional role-playing game, this great imbalance, has served to cut off both men and women from the true strength of leaning on all capacities provided by their chi; of honoring and utilizing both the masculine and feminine energies within all humans, distributed evenly for balance. 

This stripping of chi strengths in both genders has been purposeful. Empowered people are much harder to control. Shame has been the old world’s most effective barbed-wire fence, stretching millions of miles within the minds of billions of people.

It is time to snip the wire.

Millions of transgendered, inter-gendered and non-gendered people are emerging in the world at breakneck pace during this feminine timeframe. This is perhaps the Universe’s means to right a deep imbalance in the need to polarize energies through gender role-playing. 

Nature blends chi, or gender elements. Indigenous First World Peoples had up to eight genders in their societies, and ancient practices in Native American tribes deemed these “two-spirited” people as blessed, or spirit-bringers. Modern Western Society labels these same two-spirited people as anomalies in its simplistic polarized elimination of anything except two outwardly-physical genders. 

Yet still, we attempt to shame that which we do not personally embody nor understand.

Shame is pervasive in all cultures across the globe. Quiet self-hatred is a common theme in playing out this shame. 

Men are taught self-hatred for their feminine energy, and women taught self-hatred for their masculine energy. 

The authority humanity has gifted to shame is epic. 

Shame seeks to strip away self-confidence and re-program a person through diminishment. Shame is only as effective as our adherence to its limiting beliefs, an old world energy of restriction. 

We’ve even been taught shame as a means to weigh ourselves against the ideology of God. Shame is a cornerstone plot line for a fan-fiction version of a god who is ashamed of “his” creation, full of sinners. A “god that shames” is the sum total of the brainwashing necessary to maintain a stagnant, dying world.

Shame is a prison of the mind we place ourselves within in order to evaluate our worth. 

It serves no purpose other than suppression.

To heal past shame is to regain our sense of self. To regain a sense of self is to be at peace with areas in the self that may require some growth on our part; joyful acceptance of both the masculine and feminine chi within being one area.

Areas within the self that would benefit from improvement are not weaknesses. They are yet undeveloped strengths. We develop strengths by seeing the reflections of our actions in the responses of others.

Humanity is bio-unit

Just as a mile-wide grouping of thousands of king crab moves along the floor of the Bering Sea in one unit, humans work together as a pack. 

We require each other to grow. 

There is no such thing as a self made person, man nor woman; this is mythology woven under the auspice of the imbalanced masculine. We are all the products of a collective effort. And this feminine timeframe brings forth the grand power of the collective, which includes forgiveness, healing, and support.

At this pivotal and exciting place in history, we watch the sparks fly as the feminine energies grind the rough edges off of the masculine ethers. 

The sharpest of all recent edges is polarization. 

Polarization is a masculine energy — this vs that, black and white. It’s an instinctual energy that once sought to protect by avoiding that which is yet unknown. The me-good-you-bad simplicity of a pre-historic world is truly an outmoded manner of navigating life in the 21st century.

In an interconnected world full of so much opportunity for education, polarization is then a choice; a choice to stay insulated in one’s beliefs, say whether liberal or conservative, a choice which then complicates the matter of harmonics.

One cannot harmonize if another does not sing along.

We see everyday the collapse of the old world polarization in government as team Republican crashes against team Democrat in gridlocked battle after battle. This continued denial of the new co-creation energies of the feminine timeframe, in lieu of a polarized habit, will continue to net absolutely zero progress for the USA in government, or the consciousness of our world. Not because “it’s politics”, but because the politics are not yet ready to reflect the energetic switch-over in operating systems.

The current old world operating system fears its own extinction. And every living modality has a survival instinct.

Balance in leadership, in the world, at home, especially in the American government, will require the imbalanced masculine to let go of its fear of integrating its inner feminine, its inner desire to compromise and grow into something far greater in the image of the harmonized collective, rather than the vision of the one.

Yet functionality over ego will prevail.

For modalities that refuse to let go of the outmoded “polarized” operating system, say our government as example, nature will do as it always does — the Universe will simply allow its extinction to make room for a more efficient system. 

For those deeply invested in that old world system, this evolution tends to be a more abrupt and frightening journey.

After all, that which does not evolve then dies. 

Does the feminine timeframe then favor women? 

The timeframe of the feminine favors no one. And that’s the point.

It’s important to note that the term “imbalanced masculine” does not place a target on males. This is often an assumption coming from the perspective of the polarized masculine, a modality that can victimize itself as easily as it has been taught to victimize others.

All human beings, both women and men and inter-gendered individuals, contain masculine and feminine energies, or Yin and Yan, or chi. Women have been subject to the imbalanced masculine, shaping their hyper-femininity in contrast to the needs of the hyper-masculine.

The masculine energies within women have been subject to the same polarized ego push. The women’s liberation movement in the 1970’s had a decidedly masculine approach to its feminine message.

It’s time to bring balance. 

In contrast to the masculine energy of polarization, co-creation is a feminine energy. 

We see areas of the world where governments and individuals put aside the ego of the hierophant and step together in a tribal effort to uphold and heal the many; actions taken for the good of the all, not the power of the one; individual financial opportunities put aside for the benefit of the earth. 

These instances are still a minority as we emerge fully into the feminine timeframe, yet we see far more examples of harmonized action placing themselves in auspicious spaces.

Hushed victimized imbalance is flushed out as the hierophant is asked to give away the frail ego identity of the powerful leader, and to join the tribal healing effort; the “Harvey Weinsteins” are brought forward as the energies of this timeframe pushes out a deeply festering cultural and spiritual splinter embedded in the top layer of our spiritual consciousness.

For men, it’s not a witch hunt. It’s time to heal. 

This imbalance of respect for one another, be it through gender bias, subjugation, prejudice, racism, victimization, abuse, bullying or intimidation is neither healthy, nor empowering, for, or to, the masculine.

This imbalance diminishes the great power of the true balanced masculine, which has been taught to ignore the incredible power of the feminine within. 

For instance, there is nothing more terrifying in the Rocky Mountains than a momma grizzly bear. And within every male exists this most powerful energy of protection for the love of something greater than the ego or self — the inner momma grizzly bear in every man.

Yet the masculine has been trained to disassociate from the deeply protective mother half of its very essence, being told the “feminine within” was “weakness”. 

No one wins when imbalance is re-branded as strength.

Therefore, countless generations of men emerge, full of self-hatred for half of their chi (the feminine) and not understanding why they are being asked to bluff their way at the poker table of life with fast cars, fancy suits and piles of money — instead of simply standing in the place of their own inner protective momma bear, ready to protect the perimeter and co-create for the good of the many over the exterior needs of the few.

The feminine timeframe is here to heal the whole, all human beings alike. It is not a preference by the universe for women over men; that is a perspective of separation through the old world’s masculine polarized lens. 

Instead, this timeframe is nature’s way of bringing balance back to its own creation, before humanity built constructs of us-vs-them, male-vs-female — before humanity took every subtle and beautiful and delicate shade of grey and mashed it into two columns of black and white, an action of a species still developing, like a child, in order to understand the deep complexities of the universe around us.

The timeframe of the feminine does not favor females. It favors no one in particular though it does amplify the best application of the feminine strengths, whether executed through a male or female.

Females who choose to languish in the polarization of the masculine –Us-vs-Them competitive arenas where the winners takes all — will encounter the same hurdles as the masculine in the same situation.

Females will find struggle in this timeframe around moving forward in the feminine, standing alone in its raw nature, as not reflected in the contrast of the masculine; who are women, if not the “delicate fairer sex”?

Women will be navigating through challenges in moving forward with balanced boundaries, balanced voice, balanced stewardship (leadership), and moving forward in areas of balanced compassion for males who have been taught to hate one half of their essence (the female within) as a weakness. 

In this timeframe, addressing current burdens experienced by females is recommended. For women, a collective action of reaching toward each other to bring forward and support one another in grievances will inspire growth and healing, rather than exacting a grievous price for the misdeeds of generations beforehand.

We are seeing these spiritual physics in action with the #MeToo movement.

There is wisdom in observing missteps of the past in order to heal the future. Yet to continue to live within the experience of those missteps furthers the wounding. 

This timeframe of the feminine asks us all to evolve into our collectively healed future that we designing, today. 

It is within the feminine aptitude to hold the space for healing as accountability is enacted in the hearts of every person on the planet. 

This neither excuses nor enables victimizations of the past; it frees us all from the physics of the past, to build a new future.

Males will be struggling against challenges in moving forward with issues surrounding personal patience and emotional humility, as a once-omnipotent singular voice is balanced with a harmonizing collective leadership style. 

Many males will feel as though their relevance is at stake, having been programmed to believe their worth lies in what they can control, rather than what they can tribute toward. This will inevitably lead to potential outbursts in violence as the imbalance in the masculine rights itself with the evolution and re-introduction of the healthy momma bear within. At this time, the Universe encourages males to stand in a place of deep personal strength executed through dignified accountability when an infraction is stumbled upon, rather than rushing to the poker table bluff of Old World ego and deflection. 

Males are encouraged to be patient as self-forgiveness replaces the learned shame response; as self-forgiveness replaces inner anger for forsaking half of their human essence (the feminine) to adopt an operating system where the exaggerated masculine compensated for all chi.

Women will be undergoing a similar adjustment within themselves through this timeframe, as women are also in the process of embracing the balanced, compassionate and heavily-weighted raw power of the feminine, in lieu of the downplayed, self-hating, body-shaming, sexually shamed, exploitive, self-denying and martyred hyper-feminine built in the reflection of the masculine.

Women will seek self-forgiveness for forsaking half of their human essence (the masculine), giving away their permissions to bring forward their strengths to adopt an operating system where the exaggerated feminine compensates for all chi.

Men will remain men and women remain women. The stigmas attached to both will begin to fall away. 

The feminine timeframe is about deep personal healing.

As the feminine favors introspection and connections with feelings, this timeframe supports healing for all organisms in the third dimension — humans, animals, the trees, the rocks, the water, the air — all returning to the nurturing of the mother.

This timeframe of the feminine will remain upon us for the next 100,000 years. Not only is this the natural flux of an ever-flowing spiritual tide in Universal energies, yet this timeframe is in direct response to the planet’s need to nurture itself.

It remains to be seen whether humanity is willing to give away our deepest fears, in order to be part of this continued evolution in self-nurturing. 

Rules of thumb for navigating the feminine timeframe: 

Let us be patient with one another. We are all learning.

Let us extend grace where we once extended judgement. We are all growing.

Let us replace judgement with self-education. We are all expanding our consciousness and this action can be scary.

Let us reach first for compassion and last for polarization. There are far more than two sides to every story, as each of us is constructed from millions of chapters.

Let us swap dogma for discussion. Our greatest triumphs as human beings lie ahead of us, not in history books. 

Let us place our eyes and our focus not on the multiple shared horrors of the Crisis Effect, yet on the horizon of harmonized evolution.

Let us allow walls of fear to tumble, becoming the stepping stones for the bridges of understanding we will build from one heart to the next heart. 

Let us rely on the collective power of these hearts, which understand the language of love as the greatest currency of all — rather than magnifying the weaknesses viewed through the lens of a nearly-extinct emotional culture.

Let us celebrate the exciting co-creation of the elevation of souls, each at their own pace rather than suffering the crucifixion of comparison to one another.

Let us be, humanity.

This timeframe is a healthy part of our planetary spiritual evolution. It’s not the end of our world, or even our “way of life”, as many fear. It’s not the end of “manly men”, as some are diligently proclaiming, those who are deeply invested in the franchise of gender. 

It’s not an end at all.

It’s an expansion in a modality of life that will support assisting one another through our most recent portion of our global social and climate challenge.

The harmonizing of our world involves braiding the frequencies within the strengths residing in our differences, nurturing all workable modalities. 

Do we choose to sing along? 

Or forever go silent?

About danielleegnew

Named "Psychic of the Year" by UFO's and Supernatural Magazine, Danielle Egnew is an internationally-known Psychic, Medium and Angelic Channel whose work has been featured on national TV (NBC, ABC, TNT, USA) as well as in the Washington Post and Huffington Post. She has provided content consultant services for the CW's hit series "Supernatural" and the blockbuster film "Man of Steel". Danielle is also an author, teacher, and TV / radio host in the field of metaphysics. She anchors her private practice in the Big Sky Country of Montana, residing with her wife and their daughter.
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11 Responses to The feminine timeframe crash course: Is this the end for men?

  1. Mira Furth says:

    Your messages are always so through provoking and expansive. I feel such a big inner YES as I read your message. And speaking of shame, another perhaps let’s obvious Shame I became aware of as I read your message is Shane I and most likely other women aging women, feel. My intention as I embrace the feminine timeframe is to include a deep appreciation of my inner wise woman. Not from an intellectual perspective but from a deep heart centered, self valuing place.

  2. peakae says:

    Hello, my friend!

    Because the word “feminism” HAS become politicized and because we have the us/them thought process even thinking of feminine/masculine — I prefer to think of this is the “Yin” time frame. As in the balance of Yin/Yang. It takes, at least in my mind, the judgement out of the common words and puts in mind balance immediately. Moving from Yang into more Yin.

    While the Yang has been the operating model for so long — it served its purpose for us. We must appreciate what it did for us. To put anything like judgement or negativity on it is to not recognize we needed it when we needed it. The Universe doesn’t provide us what we don’t need.

    But now we move toward a more balanced time — we move toward Yin. We must also remind ourselves that it won’t happen overnight, or in one year, but we move in that direction with purpose.

    We must also remind ourselves that to put any kind of judgement on anything or anyone is to focus on that which is not our personal journey with God/Universe. I am reminded of a story: a woman in church who went to her pastor to complain about the noise during the services, kids being unruly, etc. The pastor asked her to take a glass full to the brim of water and walk it down the church aisle but to not spill a single drop. She did this very carefully with her focus on the task at hand. When she completed that, the pastor then asked her if she noticed the noises he was making, dropping books, coughing, etc. She said no, she was completely focused. That, he said, is how you should be focused on God — so that you are not noticing or judging those people and events around you. Just a gentle reminder that what others are doing is not ours to judge, opinionate, or condemn. Their journey is not ours. Their journey has the blessing of God/Universe as does ours.

    • Kim White says:

      That is a wonderful way to approach this time, Peakae. And I love the story! Thx for sharing, as I am continuously trying to find ways to stop judging what I see/hear and to just be still inside as I go about my life and my own growth. This is a very helpful view. Thank you.

  3. Julie Omvig says:

    Excellent as always my friend. I will certainly be singing along ❤

  4. rjs12 says:

    Beautifully written. Well described!

    As a 70 year old woman, mother of three daughters (one granddaughter) and someone still engaged in the work-world (teacher, counselor, coach) , I can personally attest to what you have written about here.

    Much joy, love and peace in this new year!

  5. Stuart says:

    As always, a beautiful piece of writing. Very uplifting, informative and timely.


  6. Pam Pressley says:

    Danielle, This is a spectacular post. I was able to see from my place on the planet how the imbalance of respect goes deep into even my grassroots life. The need to polarize is huge, even now. We look at government abuse of power but neglect to see that our own lives, families, communities are still not being harmonized. Thank you for this opportunity for deep reflection.
    ~ Pam Pressley, Little Rock, Arkansas

  7. Kimberly White says:

    I echo those heartfelt sentiments above. I will save this for my own challenging times as we grow and share it in a loving supportive way when I encounter another willing heart in need of hope. Thank you for being you, Danielle, and for all that you do to help us evolve and ascend. Love and light to all!

  8. Good heavens, Danielle… I wish this could be required reading for all. Thank you. xoxo

  9. C.J. Robison says:

    Wow way to go. Well said and I am going to save this for those special moments when a little reminder may be helpful. Thank you.

  10. Kara says:

    I absolutely loved this. Thank you from my heart!

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