Are you ready to let go of what no longer suits you, and do you want to regain your feminine power? Then the Rite of the Womb, a ritual from South America, might suit you well. The Rite of the Womb is a healing ritual in which fear and pain are shared, healed and released. In this blog, I tell you in detail about the beautiful ritual and what it can do for you.
Rite of the Womb
Are you ready to let go of what no longer suits you and do you want to regain your feminine power? Then the Rite of the Womb, a ritual from South America, might suit you well. The Rite of the Womb is a healing ritual in which fear and pain are shared, healed and released. In this blog we tell you in detail about the beautiful ritual and what it can do for you.
The Rite of the Womb, also called the Rite of the Womb or the 13th Rite, originated in South America and is becoming increasingly popular in other parts of the world. The ritual has been performed for centuries by Inca shamans in Peru to dissolve patterns and blockages. The Rite of the Womb is an ancient ritual passed down from woman to woman: a healing ritual in which fear and pain are shared, healed and released.
The female spirit of the shamans reminds us of this simple and essential truth:
- The womb is not a place to store fear and pain.
- The womb is a place of creation and birth of life.
During the ritual, the thirteen months of the year, which are associated with the cycle of the womb, are honored. The shamans from Peru see the womb as a place where creation and birth are hidden. To heal again and experience feminine energy, the pain and fear stored in your womb must be released. You do this during the Rite of the Womb.
Your women’s line
As a woman, you (un)consciously carry the pain of your mother or grandmother, which means that traumas are stored in your womb. After all, you have been in your mother’s womb, and she has been in your grandmother’s womb. So it is not surprising that the entire women’s line is connected and certain patterns and systems have been formed that influence your current life and that of your (grand) mother.
The womb is a place where women subconsciously and consciously store emotions. It is a place of creation and birth of life, but due to various events in life, imbalances can arise in the womb. Think of sexual contact without love, abuse, contraception, trauma, etc. Turning inside again and healing and cleaning this pain, ensures that you heal again. The shamans see the Rite of the Womb as a healing, a rebirth of the strong, loving essence of your femininity. The ritual heals you and lets you be reborn in beauty, strength and dignity.
The rite of the womb ritual
How the Rite of the Womb is performed varies from person to person. It is therefore entirely up to you to determine what you feel comfortable with. During the ritual you return inside, and the womb is celebrated, cleansed and your feminine power is activated. In this way, every woman is reminded of who she really is. Full of strength, but also soft, loving and wise.
The Rite of the Womb requires deep inner work from the past to resolve fear, pain and trauma. So that you can land in your real self. During the ceremony, you also focus on your ‘womb space’. As a result, you heal your womb, let go of what you don’t want to take with you, and you come back into your feminine power. This does not look at guilt, but especially how you can create space for yourself to continue. How to give yourself what you need in this process.
Full moon as a power source
The Rite of the Womb is even more powerful if you perform it during the full moon. During the full moon, it’s the time to take the space to turn in and feel what you want to let go. So you can welcome the new cycle with an open heart and a renewed connection to your femininity.
Do you want to know more about the moon? Then you can also use the Moon Phase Yin Yoga E-book to align your life with the rhythm of the moon. Want to read more about the moon? Go here to all moon blogs.
Online Rite of the Womb Ceremony
- Full Moon Womb Awakening class in Dutch (online)
- Full Moon Cacao & Rite of the Womb Ceremony in English (online)