A Woman’s Seat of Power Is Her Womb

A woman’s power source has always been with The Great Mother.

Throughout history, mankind has sought to sever this connection because it’s essence is of the dark and the mysterious, the void beyond rational explanation.

It is untamed, free, wild and uninhibited, both from social and moral conditioning. 

We have become fearful of the power of the dark; the feminine that goes beyond the realms of ideas and fantasy.

The system we are currently living with does not recognise our individual Spiritual Path and seeks to include everyone in the same mundane expression of life according to the constraints, rules and constrictions of a mechanical society.

There is one main lifestyle template in widespread operation that falsely promises a happiness based on gathering material wealth, so-called domestic bliss, remaining split with our true masculine nature and staying stuck in archaic dis-empowering roles that barely touch our true essence.

This Great Spiritual pain manifests as a collective imbalance in the womb. Hysterectomies, PCOS, infertility, fibroids and menstrual pain are some of the most common ways this shows up in the physical.

The western medical system offers what can generally be described as butchery of the female body, which compounds the problem of estrangement from the physical and metaphysical womb and re-enforces the myth that we are unable to heal ourselves.

Surely this system can no longer hold? It is simply not working. It is truly out of date. 

There may be an attempt to ‘fight’ this imbalance. This fight can be with men, ‘the system’ or with our Mothers. Unfortunately this causes further ruptures.

Surely this system can no longer hold? It is simply not working. It is truly out of date.

What then do we do to restore health, balance and vitality?

We re-engage with The Sacred Path that’s encoded within our bodies. Our menstrual cycle.

Woman was Created with this natural pathway of growth and enlightenment to facilitate Her evolution and that of humanity.

And so the shift, the rise of the feminine, whatever you want to call it, starts with each of us.

We can all do something….today….now….to engage with our cycle, our true nature.

When we allow this force of nature (our menstrual cycle) to clear our psyche of fear based stuff and listen to our Womb, we may start to commune with The Great Mother and Birth New Consciousness.

Giving ourselves permission to re-connect with our Womb

without knowing why or what’s coming

cancels out the need for external authority as we built a direct relationship with ourselves and beyond,
becoming independent, empowered women, playing our part in the collective awakening.

The Womb Cave....doors open in Spring.

In The Womb Cave, you’ll be:

  1. Getting intimate with your unique menstrual cycle and the cycles of nature.
  2. Understanding how trauma shows up in your cycle (and what to do about it).
  3. Embodying the creative and destructive forces of the true feminine.
  4. Gaining a direct connection with The Divine through the portal of your womb.

Join the waitlist to be the first to enter the cave and receive a founding members offer.

The Womb Cave Waitlist


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Melanie Swan Podcast Host

Melanie Swan

Melanie Swan is an internationally renowned expert in the menstrual cycle and working with the consciousness of The Womb. 

She hosts The Sacred Womb Podcast, which has received over 100,000 downloads across 110 countries, and founded The Womb Medicine Woman Training®, which she has been running for the last 7 years.

She’s an experienced CRM® Trauma Therapist, hosts the newly released CRM® podcast ‘Trauma Healing Tribe’ and is currently writing her first book The Sacred Womb, which is, at its core, a handbook for the empowerment of womankind. Due for release early 2024.


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