Today is #5 in a series of approximately 10 days of quotes from the book
Awakening the Creative and Forgotten Powers of the Feminine
Padma and Aniya Aon Prakasha
(For further Womb Wisdom information
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Danielle Rama Hoffman
The Temples of Light
The womb is the holder and repository of the creative force of instinctual sexuality, the flow of vital dynamic life force, or Shakti, with love.
When a woman brings together this instinctual nature
with an awareness of the divine within herself,
her full creative potential becomes expressed.
Deep within all of you lays this primal power, an unstoppable primal force.
Chaotic and uncontrollable, teeming with life and overflowing passion,
this power hides in the darkness, the mystery of creation between form and formless.
It is from here that all life pours in an inexhaustible torrent.
The womb speaks the language of love.
Nothing else will nurture and nourish her and provide her the safety she needs to flower.
The womb can open and receive its nourishment if it is showered into her palpably.
She knows love intimately and deeply in all its many facets and flavors.
The womb does not understand the intellect and the ways of the world.
She does not hear or respond to the voice of fear and judgment.
She will not expose herself to the impure,
and she will not trust to bare her fruit for the foolish and ignorant.
One must be prepared to take great risks,
rise to challenges and be tested in unexpected ways.
It is for the brave, the courageous and strong-willed.
It is the loving, open and receptive soul that can allow constant penetration
of a powerful transformational love that is beyond comprehension.
For her to reveal herself she needs to feel a genuine commitment, passionate loyalty, and a love that surpasses all worldly desires.
One must lose everything it thinks it needs
in order to gain everything the heart truly desires.
The womb’s only needs and desires are to feel
the warmth of love and support from the feminine and masculine.
Both male and female qualities are necessary for her to open and expand.
The womb yearns to attune to the masculine,
to feel his strength, power, protection, passion, and love.
The feminine must inhabit the womb, in all its innocence and power,
and the masculine must submit to her wisdom and guidance.
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