It’s important for women to embrace their yoni’s and for them to treat them with love and respect. Yoni is the Sanskrit word for female genitalia and means “Sacred Space.” This is a wonderful definition and one that brings honour, love and respect to a woman’s sacred centre. So often a woman’s womb and genitalia is talked about with detachment or with embarrassment.
What relationship do you have with your yoni? Please take a moment to consider the relationship you have with your yoni. Our modern society is saturated with sexual shame and women’s yoni’s and sexual anatomy tend to encounter degradation and be the source of embarrassment. Instead of women recognising that they hold immense orgasmic potential and treating their yoni’s as sacred, being an amazing entity that is capable of great strength and elasticity.
There is a lot of negativity surrounding female sexuality and traditional sex education can be very negative. Even today, sex education tends to be all about preventing pregnancy and diseases. Girls get educated about contraception and about menstruation and sanitary wear, but this is all done in a very negative tone, as if these things are just inconvenient by-products of being female. Periods are met with a sigh and comments such as ‘it’s that time of the month’, instead of being treated as a celebration of being capable of child bearing, or a nurturing time, it’s a once a month inconvenience to get through.
Women for countless generations have held abuse, trauma and negative emotions in their yoni’s; this is turn causes pain, disease and physical and emotional imbalances. The yoni is the energetic and spiritual representation of the vagina and it is truly amazing being the only human portal in existence that can receive and birth forth, life.
If you think that our yoni’s are not repressed, even aside from sexual assault or trauma, then simply consider how menstruation is considered an impolite subject and is treated as being a messy inconvenience, whilst female orgasm and ejaculation are little understood or considered. Indeed, many women today still carry great guilt, shame and confusion over their ability or inability to orgasm, whilst many have little or no knowledge of the liquid energy called Amrita that can be released during female ejaculation.
It is important for women to be able to claim back their power and gain control of their sexuality, to take this control is to really to own the sacredness of who you are as a woman and to recognise how much power and sacred energy you have at you disposal. The yoni must be given a voice and it is important that she is not kept hidden or shamed. Tantric practices such as yoni massage can help a woman to give a voice to her yoni, to release negative emotions and to begin to experience her full potential for bliss and orgasm.
You can begin your journey into yoni reconnection by booking a yoni massage or by performing a self-massage. A self yoni massage begins with deep breathwork which is the key to relaxing your body and preparing yourself for the scared practice of yoni massage.
Self Yoni Massage Steps
Yoni massage is deeply healing on all levels.
Our sexual energy, is the same as life force energy. When a woman clears her negative emotions and blocks this allows there to be a free flow of sexual energy that can flow around her entire body and can bring increased vitality, great orgasmic potential and enhanced creativity in all areas of her life.
Our body can store unprocessed emotions and it is important to remember that negative emotions are stored in the body at cellular level, not the mind. In particular a woman’s Yoni can hold a lot of trauma. This trauma can range from societal conditioning, abuse, negative sexual experiences; these traumas can manifest as PCOS, endometriosis, vulvodynia, menstrual issues, ongoing UTIs, etc. Through yoni massage and a woman learning to cultivate a healthy relationship with her Yoni she can find a healthy equilibrium physically and emotionally and can increase overall health and vitality.
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