13TH RITE MUNAY KI WOMB BLESSING
Womb Healing and Blessing is a ceremony used to cleanse and heal the womb space to resolve any pain a woman is holding from her female lineage. It clears it from her womb, and of the female lineage before her. It is grounded in the intention that the womb is to create and give birth to life, not to store fear and pain.
WHAT IS WOMB HEALING OR WOMB BLESSING?
Womb healing is used today to treat women who have experienced sexual abuse, had difficult pregnancies, miscarriages or abortions, or experienced any demeaning of their feminine power by cleansing the womb space of any residual energies. Women who no longer have a physical womb can also heal using this ceremony - by receiving this rite, it is intended that the centre of her womanhood will be healed.
WHERE DID WOMB BLESSING OR WOMB HEALING ORIGINATE?
The Rite of the Womb is a beautiful act that was gifted to Marcela Lobos from a lineage of Medicine Women in the jungles of Peru. It is known as the 13th Rite of the Munay-Ki. This ceremony is connected to the divine feminine energy, the 13 moons of the year and the cycle of the women’s womb.
It can be received by women of all ages including pre-menarche girls (before their first menstrual cycle). After receiving the seed of the Rite, the rite needs to be nurtured and there are three beautiful ways of doing this, which will be explained at the time of receiving the Rite of the Womb.
When a man receives this Rite, it will heal his feminine side; heal the relationship with his own mother and with the Earth his original Mother.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
This Rite is passed on during the ceremony, for you to continue to connect with your womb space over the coming days via a ritual that is provided in ceremony. The duration and way this is done is dependant on the women’s natural cycle, if you are menstruating, haven’t yet had the first bleed or has been through menopause.
"The womb is not a place to store fear or pain, the womb is a place to create and give birth to life"
13th Rite of the Munay-Ki
HOW DO I BOOK?
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