It is a healing and a blessing connecting us to a lineage of women who freed themselves from suffering.
This lineage wants us to remember that “the womb is not a place to store fear or pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life”.
The womb must be a pure vessel as it bears the generations to come.
Once you have received the Rite of the Womb you nurture its power for thirteen moons of an entire year with the following practices:
(You start the year as soon as you do your first ceremony)
If you still have your menses then on your next cycle you find an intimate space and time to give some of your menstrual blood to the Earth. You can bleed directly on the Earth, or you can collect some of your blood on a small container and pour it on the Earth while repeating special words.
If you are in your years of plenitude –after menopause- then you will do a ritual on the next dark moon. You create an intimate space to offer red wine to the earth while repeating special words.
If a girl before menarche –first menstrual blood- receives the rite and she wants to do a ritual, then she offers flowers to the full moon.
This is because her womb is still blossoming and has not yet released her first flower.
Also repeating special words.
We need to share the rite of the womb with the women of our community.
Every time you transmit the rite you strengthen its power in your womb.
INTEGRATING THE RITES OF THE MUNAY-KI
Practice engaging life at the four levels of reality – physical, mental/emotional, soul and energetic.
These levels merge with one another, and as you intervene at one level, the other levels are affected.
In truth, these four levels are one subtle reality that becomes more dense as it attains physical form.
When we pay attention to the four levels, we are most awakened and efficient.
Remember it is up to us to dream a new world into being.
For more information, contact me.
Credits – Alberto Villoldo, The Four Winds & their Teachers, all My Teachers and Guides, Great Spirit, Pachamama.