Our sacred energy is generated by our sacral chakra. If you are feeling unbalanced, or taken for granted it will manifest in this chakra. Many menstrual problems, cancer or other gynecological issues are due to the fact that many people have not learned to consider their sexuality as sacred in today’s society. With the sudden onset of the constant emasculation of men in today’s media we are also starting to hear about male sexual problems.
We need both male and female energies to be fully balanced. Neglecting one will create an imbalance. They are valued the same though they are different and can accomplish different things. Understanding and using these differences to your advantage is a great importance to our spiritual growth. Female energy is receptive, while male energy is projective. Embracing the differences outwardly can lead you to being able to balance them inwardly.
Sacred energy is shared in our relationships. All of them, not just the ones that we connect with more intimately. They are all reflections of the lessons we wish to learn. When you share energy with someone who empowers it is an experience filled with love and motivates us to achieve our greatest potential. If you are in an imbalanced relationship with someone it can cause you to be feel worthless or not sacred. When things start to go awry it can be common to seek to place blame, which only gives a target for anger without resolving any of the lessons or issues created by the relationship.
If energy becomes imbalanced it can create sorrow, pain or unhappiness. For balanced to be attained both parties need to give in equal parts, because one person can not balance for two or it can create a co-dependency and be very destructive to both parties. If you are giving more than you receive you can become drained, depressed, or exhausted and feel unloved. If you are receiving more than you are giving you can feel guilty, and be creating a karmic debt to being taken advantage of yourself.
Consider each relationship carefully, from those you share more intimate moments with to passing acquaintances. What lesson is each bringing to your balance?