As you sink into understanding deeper, your connection with your womb space, it is completely normal to feel or experience discomfort, pain, joy, pleasure, when we talk of all things VAGINA. Yet this sacred tomb of magical delights awaits you to reclaim parts of you, or remember parts of you, all of you that may insight some or all of or different emotions.
This self reflection is designed to slowly introduce you to reclaiming your relationship with this energetic gateway and therefore your WOMB story.
This is not a graded submission, rather a self awareness exercise to support you to reclaim all of you.
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Take some time to sit and anchor
Recalling and documenting your personal womb story can be a painful, cathardic, emotional and difficult experience. It can also be joyous and empowering. Whichever your experience, you are seen and held here in complete safety and without judgement.
1.Remembering the moments in your life where your womb space shifted and recall feelings, dates and the experience. Such as what was your own birthing like from your mother, when and and how did you you experience your first period, your first sexual experience, and follow this process to include any shadow’s, these things that cause us pain that we may find difficult to acknowledge or reclaim. For example, sexual trauma, miscarriage, termination, cervical disease, faking pleasure, PMS, anything that you correlate with discomfort and pain, but also pleasure such as when did you feel most creative and abundant, when did you orgasm with so much power it vibrated your entire being (trust me, it is possible …)
For my story, I gained enormous shifts over time once I was able to identify my shamed maiden and mother archetypes, (through reclaiming in ceremony, and giving myself space) to emotionally deal with multiple physical womb traumas, grief/loss/death and heart wounds. Now 3 years into my reclamation, I am able to talk openly about my womb story without my voice breaking completely!.
2. Now that you have identified your events, free write. Journal and see what else presents. (When I did this I remembered that I had experienced in my Maiden to Mother transition HPV and Cervical changes that resulted in surgery and ongoing traditional treatment) which was not in my consciousness when I first sat to write, and later I recalled I had fibroids and replaced hormonal contraception with menstral tracking and cervical mucas monitoring.
3. When you feel ready, share your story, insights and reflections. From a place of giving your womb a voice. This form of reclamation we discuss further in our next module.
Giving her a voice. Is a powerful step. In giving her a voice, your give yourself one!
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