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How Truly Understanding The Masculine And Feminine Can Help In The Boardroom, Not Just The Bedroom

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With 18 years together and a decade of marriage behind them, Baba Richard and Sri Namaste Moore practice what they preach. Known as The Infinite Couple, they are extreme pioneers in marriage, business, love, and sex, working privately with some of the world’s most exciting couples.

Through their teachings, expertise, and offerings, they help couples create a potent pathway to sacred love, business growth, and spiritual alchemy. At the core of much of what they do is helping others truly understand both the Divine Masculine and Feminine essences – too often pitted against each other in today’s world.

“There is no competition between the Masculine and the Feminine, only misunderstanding of each other’s roles and position,” explains Namaste. “One of the things that make our approach different is because I am the voice of the Feminine, and Baba Richard is the voice of the Masculine. And so when we speak, you aren’t just getting a woman’s perspective, you’re also getting that masculine perspective, and you do need both to create anything.”

The couple – and they truly are a couple – feel that today’s society has moved too far away from the real meaning of the Masculine and the Feminine. Namaste recounts an anecdote of when they were staying with renowned author Jean Houston – and Richard stood up to pull out her chair for her teaching associate Peggy Rubin, so she could sit down.

“Peggy turned around and looked at him and said: ‘I haven’t had a man do that for me in decades. I didn’t think anyone still did it, that’s amazing’.”

The deeper issue is that with so much focus currently on what’s seen as toxic masculinity, men are no longer sure what is acceptable.

“That encapsulates what is holding the Masculine back in so many areas of society,” says Richard. “The fear and the resultant apprehension. Men don’t just worry about being rejected or disrespected. They worry about being sued.”

Feminine. Not feminist

The couple’s views on reasserting one’s sex to harness the raw power of masculine and feminine energies are bound to court controversy, not least for the perception that this is perceived to be an anti-feminist stance.

“Feminism’s most idealized view is that fundamentally it wants to see women fulfilled,” says Namaste, “but there’s also a core belief within feminism that creates more of the problem, which is that men are the issue, and that just doesn’t work.”

Applying one of their guiding principles taken from Huna philosophy – that effectiveness is the measure of truth – Namaste says that if men were wholly to blame, then women would be more fulfilled and happier.

“But study after study has shown that, yes, women have come a long way, that they are making more money, have more access, and more independence. But when you look at their fulfillment, their mental and emotional health, it shows it’s getting worse and at a much younger age.”

The Infinite Couple’s range of programs covering relationships, business, and consciousness include Couple Unification Prototypes Modality, The Framework of Marriage Mastery, The DYAD: Marriage Mastery Matters, and Power Of Eleven Marriage.

Key to all of these programs, whether for love or business or combining the two, is learning to communicate, they say.

“Communication is not simply talking. Its etymology means ‘to connect’,” says Richard. “The majority of communication – in fact over 94% – is not words that are said, it is tone, body language, behaviors, and presence. When this is understood, it becomes easy to see why communication exercises – which we call ‘communication praxis’, are so vital. Praxis means practice and what you practice you get good at.”

Different languages

Namaste says that one of the things the couple loves most about what they do together is helping men and women communicate not just in relationships, but also in business interactions. 

With over 60 years of combined business experience between them, most recently Namaste as an HR Manager and Richard as a Diversity Manager, she explains how that has helped them diagnose the root cause of communication breakdown – that men and women speak different languages.

“If you have men on your team, and that’s where our corporate backgrounds and experience do come to the fore, we’ve realized that creating greater barriers on what people can and can’t say isn’t the solution.”

The solution, she says, is learning to understand the language that is being spoken and the intended meaning, instead of projecting onto it what you might think it means,

“When it comes to business, one of the things that we see is that men and women speak different languages, and they don’t understand each other’s language. And this is impacting people in business in really profound ways. And many people seem to think the solution is for men to just be quiet, and it’s not.”

Mixing marriage and business

More business-focused programs offered by The Infinite Couple include Should You Mix Marriage And Business? – opening up a juicier life together that’s focused on your unique vision, purpose, and legacy.

Another, The CUP Quest, an archetypal test, helps find out why your archetype is holding back marriage bliss, business mastery, and limitless abundance.

The 8 couple archetypes describe how different couples function in business together – your partnership is compared with famous couples, like Jackie and JFK, or Marge and Homer Simpson.

“This helps us understand the strengths in your relationship, and how those strengths could also tear the partnership apart,” says Namaste. “Whatever’s more important than the marriage will destroy it,” because the care and feeding of marriage are very different to that of a business, so while you can make a success of both, the approaches are different.

Baba Richard and Sri Namaste lead by example in proving that you can mix marriage and business, having been together for 18 years and with 8 beautiful adult children in their blended family, they are leading a global revolution for highly successful couples who are driven to transcend the mundane and bring their greatest vision of life together.

“Whether you’re single, newlyweds or you’ve been married for decades, we can help design a deeply fulfilling marriage that invokes your gifts, raises your talent, and expresses the very apex of your genius,” says Namaste. “We return the Feminine to Women, the Masculine to Men and Men and Women to each other.”

Michelle has been a part of the journey ever since Bigtime Daily started. As a strong learner and passionate writer, she contributes her editing skills for the news agency. She also jots down intellectual pieces from categories such as science and health.

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Courage the hallmark of Raja Syn’s career

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Raja Syn is a strong, courageous woman, and that has helped her launch what is certain to be an interesting career in the entertainment industry.

The Jamaican-born beauty had been told for years that she would be an excellent model given her hard-won curves and naturally-gorgeous genetics.

“Everyone always said I should model, but getting signed with an agency seemed impossible to me,” she said.

But still, that didn’t mean there wasn’t a place for Raja to make a name for herself.

After she read the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” which inspired her to seek out her own wealth – she knew exactly where she could find it.

“I turned to Instagram to build my brand. It has been the best thing I’ve ever did since,” she added.

Path charted early

Raja was 17 (she graduated from high school a year early) when she moved to California after a semester of college didn’t spark her interest as much as she’d hoped.

“I realized school wasn’t my calling,” said Raja, who has planned to major in foreign language with an emphasis in Chinese.

Instead, she decided the entertainment industry was where she would make a name for herself.

“’Rich Dad Poor Dad’ changed my whole idea of life,” Raja said. “In that same month I took influencing seriously. Instagram was where I started. From a year of having my Instagram my account reached 300,000 followers. I’ve gained lots of support from other influencers and celebrities as well.”

She has done it all from Atlanta, a bustling entertainment city that better suits her as well as her brand.

“I moved to Atlanta for a fresh start after realizing Atlanta is the best place to start a career in the entertainment industry as a black girl,” she said. (Raja joins a wealth of other celebs that have made the southern city their home.)

Bigger, better dreams

And while her Instagram and other influencer accounts are thriving, Raja continues to consider other opportunities in the industry to keep things fresh.

“I currently do paid photo shoots, music videos, Instagram influencing, Onlyfans, and crypto trading,” she said. “I aspire to be a tv personality with my own show. I plan on writing my own book soon. I can sing, too, but I’m not really focused on a music career. It might happen. Right now, I’m just moving wherever the universe takes me.”

The loyal fan base she’s amassed so far – luring them in with sexy photos and steamy video shoots – will absolutely be along for the ride.

For more information on Raja Syn, check out her Instagram – @rajasyn.

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