In this post, we’ll unpack all you need to know about Masculine Frame, defining exactly what it is, its role in evolution, the three pillars of Masculine Frame, why it is key for men and more.
What Is Frame?
In a broad sense, Frame is the unspoken acceptance of one person’s authority and the point of origin from which every decision is made in every aspect of your life. It’s the lens through which you perceive reality.
For example, as a child, you were in your parents’ Frame because you were dependent on them to survive and so you mostly had to do what they said.
Whoever controls the Frame in an interaction controls the interaction. Whoever controls the Frame in a relationship controls the relationship.
Frame determines whether you have an Abundance Mindset or a Scarcity Mindset.
Tip: One of the most effective ways to break someone else’s Frame is to simply ignore it.
What Is Masculine Frame?
Masculine Frame refers to how an individual embodies mental, emotional, physical and spiritual characteristics that are associated with Masculinity.
While Masculine Frame is not exclusive to either sex, it tends to be predominantly associated with men.
Masculine Frame & Evolution
Since the dawn of human history, women were dependant on men to enhance the survival of both themselves and their offspring. As a consequence:
- Men evolved to instinctively protect and provide for women.
- Women evolved to instinctively desire to respect and obey men.
- Men are to women as women are to children ― protection.
Thus, men were bestowed with the responsibility to protect women and the prerequisite to responsibility is authority.
“Women don’t see men. They see worlds. Women don’t marry men. They marry lifestyles.”
The 3 Pillars Of Masculine Frame
Every man must have a mission and then revolve everything else in their life around that mission. Additionally, women instinctively desire men who can maximise their fitness. In other words, they want men who can enhance their ability to survive and reproduce.
Thus, Masculine Frame is based on core 3 pillars. They are: Mental Frame, Emotional Frame and Physical Frame.
Below we’ll unpack each in more detail.
- Mental Frame
Mental Frame refers to everything that relates to your mental fitness. It provides you with the wisdom needed to achieve your goals and mission.
The key to Mental Frame is to make yourself your own Mental Point Of Origin. In other words, you need to put yourself first whenever making decisions. You can only help others, by first helping yourself.
- Emotional Frame
Emotional Frame refers to everything that relates to your emotional fitness. It provides you with the resilience needed to pursue your goals and mission.
The key to Emotional Frame is to control your emotions and not let your emotions control you. Emotional stability demonstrates to a woman maturity and the ability to navigate the inevitable highs and lows of life.
- Physical Frame
Physical Frame refers to everything that relates to your physical fitness. It provides you with the vitality needed to pursue your goals and mission.
The key to Physical Frame is to optimise diet, strength and endurance. Physical Frame signals to a woman that you are capable of protecting and providing for her.
Frame & Masculinity
Ultimately, the key to Frame is to develop and then demonstrate characteristics associated with masculinity. These include, but are not limited to:
- Emotional Stability
The Key To Maintaining Passion
For men, it is essential to maintain Frame in a relationship ― never overtly but always covertly.
A woman will always feel what a man feels (a phenomenon that related to mirror neurons). Thus, when a man successfully holds a dominant masculine Frame, it enables the woman to feel safe, which in turn allows her to fully express her femininity. This creates sexual polarity which is the foundation of passion.
However, when a man fails to hold a dominant masculine Frame, the woman will instinctively feel the need to assume the responsibility herself as a form of protection. This is the play of masculine and feminine energies.
Thus, men must always be aware of the subconscious balance of whose frame in which they are operating. Whenever you lose Frame, you must regain it again as quickly as possible.
“The key to maintaining a relationship is by maintaining Frame.“
Fitness tests are a way for a woman to gain information about your masculinity.
Women will subconsciously test your Frame because their sexual strategy of hypergamy is based on doubt which unceasingly asks the question: “Is this the best I can do?”
Women test your Frame to verify whether you are who you portray yourself to be, because historically, investing in a man who was incompetent ultimately meant death for both her and her offspring.
Masculine Frame refers to how someone embodies characteristics that are associated with Masculinity.
Masculine Frame is comprised of 3 pillars: Mental Frame, Emotional Frame and Physical Frame. The key to maintaining Frame is to consistently develop and then demonstrate these 3 pillars.
By mastering Frame, you master the ability to control the relationship, create sexual polarity and allow a woman to feel safe in fully expressing her feminine nature.