We have a physical womb, and a metaphysical womb that is connected to a higher consciousness.
When our womb space is clear enough and energized enough, we can begin to bring through new energy from a source that is beyond us.
When there’s been a hysterectomy, the metaphysical womb is still present.
Energising The Womb Centre
Doing this practice for just 5 minutes a day to start with, will get you on your way to operating from your womb centre. Use it as a guide and follow your intuition, making adjustments to suit.
By The Womb Centre, I mean the ovaries, fallopian tubes, womb, cervix and yoni.
Get comfortable in any sitting position, close your eyes and place your hands comfortably on your womb.
Start to gently breathe into your womb centre. Feel the belly rise. Fell the whole pelvic bowl filling with oxygen and your own awareness.
Pause at the top of the breath and notice any sensations within and around your womb centre.
On the out breath, feel the womb centre relax, and the energy from within your womb spread out into your body. You may want to make a sound or release through the mouth as you breathe out.
Pause at the bottom of the breath until you feel a momentum to breath in again. This helps to deepen the breath naturally.
Build up to doing this with a dynamic breath 4 to 6 times, then allow your breath to become lighter and settle to a more natural rate that feels comfortable to continue, but retains the focus and breathing technique.
You’ll feel yourself breathing in and out from your womb centre.
If you do this regularly, you may feel The Womb naturally filling with light, breath and consciousness as you go about your daily life.
You may feel slightly faint or dizzy if you do too much deep breathing too soon. Don’t push yourself. Do what you can. Dynamic breathing gets your chi moving.
This dislodges stagnant chi and as it’s releasing it produces a slight dizzy feeling. You’re encouraged to go at your own pace, and to do the practice from a base of self-love. Go gently and patiently with focus.