The 13th Womb Rite
Munay-ki: The 13th Rite
The Rite of the Womb
“The womb is not a place to store fear and pain.
The womb is to create and give birth to life.”
The Rite of the Womb is a beautiful rite that was gifted to Marcela Lobos from a lineage of Medicine Women in the jungles of Peru. It is the 13th Rite of the Munay-Ki.
The Rite is connected to the divine feminine energy, to the 13 moons of the year and the cycle of women’s wombs. It is for womb healing, also for your connection to Mother Earth.
This rite may be received by all women of all ages including pre-menarche girls.
The Rite of the Womb is gifted in beautiful ceremony which will include connecting with our ancient lineages.
As a Womb Priestess Angie offers the rite 1:1, for Mothers and Daughters,
Sisters, Friends and groups.
Men may also receive this rite if it is needed for their healing, also 1:1
or with partners.
The invited exchange for this is £45 per person.
There is no requirement to have received the 9 Munay-ki Rites before receiving
the Rite of the Womb.
Allow 1 hour for your Ceremony of the Rite of the Womb, this is for up to 2 people receiving. Longer for groups.
We locked up our wisdom into our bones
And swallowed the keys
They sank into our rivers of blood
And we forgot the maps
Because we had to forget the mysteries
To keep them safe.
We wove our hair into brooms
And swept over our paths
And then burned the earth with our rage
We didn’t teach our children
It was the only way to protect them,
But in them we planted seeds, seeds and keys
And told them stories and riddles and songs
With no roots, just tangled threads
That would take years to unwind
Just enough time
For the rains to fall again
And put out the fires
For the dams to break
For the rivers to flood
For the paths to be walked again
For the soil to breathe
And as the old bones crumble
Deep beneath the rubble
We find we’ve always had the keys
Our stories and our maps
Our paths are revealed to some
And the seeds grow again
The threads are unspun
And woven again.
~ Amara Bronwin Hollow Bones
– excerpt from We’Moon 2012