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My Journey within the Bio-Mystical Womb Apprenticeship

Updated: Oct 21, 2022

It’s been over two years now being in the Bio-Mystical Womb Apprenticeship and slowly it is coming to an end.

And what a spiral of a journey it was.

What kind of deepening it has started for me.

It has been a beautiful mix of ceremonies and initiations, working with archetypes and ancestors,

womb art, poetry, dance and yoga.

Working with herbal medicine and mutual support meetings.

It is hard, and I would say impossible, to put into words what I have learned.

When I started the apprenticeship I was kind of terrified.

Because deep down I knew I would have to face quite some internal dismantling.

And I did.

There were so many processes that I was able to deepen into, and sometimes it was very painful.

That is when the re-balancing practices of rest came in beautifully.

A lot has happened, it makes me tear up thinking about it.

Now, coming out of this container as a mentor, I feel more anchored within the roots of my sovereign self.

I have gained a deeper awareness of and reverence for the feminine, but also the masculine and am appreciating the way those polarities are both inherent, different, and compliment each other.

I went for a deep dive into ancestral work that opened my eyes to a lot of new territory, including the understanding of land in connection to my and other cultures ancestors.

My inner wisdom well is more readily available to me and I am fortunate to have developed a healthier relationship with the non-linear guidance of my womb-heart.

A nourishing tending to the womb through the help of plant allies has been very inspiring to me as well as tuning into the archetypes within my moon cycle.

It is easier, although still a process, to voice my truth and to stay in an empowered frame of mind.

I am very grateful for the women I connected with in this time, for Jessica’s wise guidance and way of holding this container.

I am more rested in myself as a woman and hope it can spark inspiration in others to find the courage and motivation to go deeper within and to keep exploring, learning and grownding (grow & ground).

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