We all are familiar carrying masks towards not just the outside world, yet also to ourselves as well. In order to hide from any danger or not being aware. We learn in this society of duality with a male energy to it, to shield or protect ourselves. What better way then to put on a mask, to hide you feel vulnerable, or from a place of fear for prosecution. I can only speak for myself of course when it comes down to letting go of the masks I have been wearing over the years. The one I felt I needed to wear is the one of boldness. It may seem strange to put on that mask. Yet my nature holds both the male as well the female energies within itself, and being bold and speaking up for my truth came naturally.
It was not meant to cause any trouble, a song comes to mind right now, writing this down. Nor was it meant to cause you any trouble. I never had to speak up my mind actually. Most people around me when I was growing up to be a teenager could read my eyes. When I was upset about something that happened, which wasn’t fair, teachers saw it without me saying a word. I could make a choice not to speak. To stay out of trouble so to speak. Yet when the teacher felt threatened or knew he or she made the wrong decision, my eyes betrayed me. Not as in betraying, they showed my true feelings. To a point I was ordered to leave the classroom, because of the way I looked at the teacher.