The presence of the Divine Feminine of course suggests an opposing, but also complimentary, Divine Masculine. The relationship between the two could sometimes be considered a battle between the head and the heart, with the Divine Masculine representing reason, logic, and analytical thinking, while the Divine Feminine is more attuned to intuition, subtlety, creativity, and emotional inner worlds. The Divine Masculine is more external, representing conquering the physical world, while the Divine Feminine is more concerned with charting inner space. Action and assertion vs. contemplation and passivity. While the Divine Masculine tends to take charge and act alone, the Divine Feminine is more open to collaboration and communication.