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Individuality - A Masculine and Feminine Dynamic

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Dr Na’im Akbar in his contribution to the Nile Valley Conference at Morehouse College in 1984 entitled ‘Nile Valley Origins of the Science of the Mind’, effectively criticised the Western consideration of psychology due to it’s lack of respect for the feminine principle within human nature that is strongly reflected in the complementary and interactive representations of the female & male Neteru (Natures of God) within the Ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) Cosmology. Dr Akbar attests that this lack of respect has led to a generally imbalanced sense of human nurturance in worldwide cultures, which have been dominated or heavily influenced by Western culture, indeed it has become an essential part of it. In the TIMELINE™; a graphic attempt to display an historical continuum of 8,000 years (7,000 years past and 1,000 years projected forward into the future) are three key facets the author wishes to portray: the role of the generative power of women, the duration of the left-brained masculine led culture as opposed to the balanced, and whole-brained cultures of the past and the portrayal of the limited and limiting Ages of Slavery; Trans-Saharan and especially the Trans-Atlantic. Paul will discuss some of the contemporary applications of confusion due directly to the psychological impact of the misogyny of historical discontinuity that has assassinated both the respect for the central key role of our Mother Principle, and the assertion of the balance of our masculine and feminine powers reflected in the word IN-DIVI-DUAL; the Inner Division of Duality. GUEST: Mr. Paul Obinna Wilson-Eme, BA Ed (Hons) has facilitated Personal & Professional Development sessions for mentors, college lecturers, schoolteachers, nursery workers, police officers, youth and community workers, government committees, think tanks, housing officers and counselors especially in the areas of: overcoming social exclusion, constructive awareness of race related issues, engaging disaffected behaviors.