Working with Womb and Hara to Awaken Feminine Consciousness
I find it fitting to share this again now as we move into the old traditional sacred union of Winter and Summer who dance and weave a balance together to create the re-birth of life with Spring (read more about the Gaelic May Day festival of Beltane, "the mouth of fire", here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltane)
A lot of healing work - and spiritual knowledge - is experiential, requiring first hand sensory input to really understand and integrate the teachings. There is so much to learn and know even after years of learning and practice. What I share here is my personal translation of some of the womb awakening understanding I have gleaned during my journey studying, practicing and teaching womb awakening during the last approximately 6 years, as my teachers Dr. Azra Bertrand and Seren Bertrand have taught and written about it.
I am still learning. Always. Trusting in the cycles of death and rebirth.
Full Moon and continued Spring awakening blessings of Sacred Union to you all.
The purpose of the work we do is to help allow the natural process of resolution and integration of experience to continually flow into wholeness and pathways of sustainable joyful liberation.
Dhyāna Kluth is a Psychospiritual Trauma Therapist, Intuitive Medium, Energy Worker, Herbalist, Spiritual Guide and Mentor. A four-time international bestselling author, her expertise spans guiding clients through profound soul healing self-love alchemy for deep psyche rebirth, bridging worlds to decolonize the mind-body-spirit. Committed to personal and collective liberation, Dhyāna's skills amplify the sovereign light within, offering a holistic approach to healing that brings a unique depth to her work of facilitating energy restoration and soul illumination.
Ask about other healing offerings and transmissions with Womb Consciousness Vision Keeper Rev. Dhyāna Kluth such as a healing transmission first remembered and received by Marcela Lobos to share with the world, to heal and free all from suffering:
The Rite of the Womb, the 13th Rite of the Munay-Ki
“The womb is not a place to store fear and pain.
The womb is to create and give birth to life.”
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