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"The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life."

13th Rite of the Womb

13th Rite of the Womb Ceremony

13th Rite of the Womb



The wisdom of the Womb has been used in many cultures including the Mayan, Tibetan, Indian and Egyptian. Each woman holds the loving creative power of the womb to create and manifest, as the womb connects to the cosmic womb from which all creation springs.


There is a lineage of women who freed themselves from suffering. This lineage of women wants us to remember:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.


The feminine spirit of the jungle reminds us of this simple and vital truth:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.


This lineage of women through the jungle medicine has given us the 13th rite of the Munay-Ki: The Rite of the Womb.


Full Moon 13th rite of the womb Munay Ki & Womb Ceremony - Sunday 23rd September 2018 3pm to 5.30pm


Full Moon 13th rite of the womb Munay Ki & Womb Ceremony

Meeting at Magdalene Holistic Centre, Worthington House, High Street, Burton on Trent

The wisdom of the Womb has been used in many cultures including the Mayan, Tibetan, Indian and Egyptian. Each woman holds the loving creative power of the womb to create and manifest, as the womb connects to the cosmic womb from which all creation springs.

There is a lineage of women who freed themselves from suffering. This lineage of women wants us to remember:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.

The feminine spirit of the jungle reminds us of this simple and vital truth:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.

This lineage of women through the jungle medicine has given us the 13th rite of the Munay-Ki: The Rite of the Womb.

Womb Ceremony with Ora

Opening sacred space, smudging (with sage), inviting in the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine including Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary, Pacahmama, Yeshua, Buddha etc. with a crystalline gird and roses, please feel feel to bring any treasures to align with these energies. There will be healing and expansive meditation, reading of divine oracle cards, plus the passing of the lineage to those attending to enable them to free themselves from the pain and fear we so often hold in our sacral chakras, in turn enhancing our connection through the womb to source. Although the event can be considered for women as we physically have a womb, I am happy to pass to men also, as many hold fear and pain here too or may have been affected by the energies they received whilst in the womb. Followed by closing sacred space and refreshments including Cacao chocolate, fruits and drinks.

The event is being held in the full moon at Magdalene Holistic Centre.

Cost: £10 per person to cover costs of offerings, smudge, refreshments etc Booking is Essential book here or contact us or telephone Kim 07580 551979 Find out more about this Rite

A Certificate on Initiation and Lineage will be available

Womb Healing available by appointment with Kim Gutteridge 

Asháninka Chocolate will be offered as part of the refreshments



After receiving the rite:

Nurturing The Rite for women

Once you have received the Rite of the Womb you nurture its power with the following practices.

1.- If you still have your menses then on your next cycle you find an intimate space and time to give some of your menstrual blood to the Earth. You can bleed directly on the Earth or you can collect some of your blood on a small container and pour it on the Earth while repeating the following words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom

I release my pain so I may embrace joy

I release my anger so I may embrace compassion

I release my sadness so I may embrace peace

And you can add any other words that ring true for you.

2.- If you are in your years of plenitude –after menopause- then you’ll do a ritual on the next dark moon. You create an intimate space to offer red wine to the earth while repeating the words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom

I release my pain so I may embrace joy

I release my anger so I may embrace compassion

I release my sadness so I may embrace peace

And you can add any other words that ring true for you.

You do this at least once and up to thirteen moons to fully empower your womb.

3.- If a girl before menarche –first menstrual blood- receives the rite and she wants to do a ritual, then she offers flowers to the full moon. This is because her womb is still blossoming and has not yet release her first flower. She can also repeat the words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom

I release my pain so I may embrace joy

She is guided to say only the first two sentences so she does not become overwhelmed and then she is guided to say anything else that rings true for her.

4.- Share the rite of the womb with the women of your community. Every time you transmit the rite you strengthen its power in your womb.

There is a lineage of women who freed themselves from suffering. This lineage of women wants us to remember:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.

The feminine spirit of the jungle reminds us of this simple and vital truth:

The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; the womb is to create and give birth to life.

This lineage of women through the jungle medicine has given us the 13th rite of the Munay-Ki: The Rite of the Womb.

Once you receive it you share it with as many women as possible.

http://theriteofthewomb.com/the-rites/

http://www.burton-on-trent.org.uk/category/early-history/1000-modwen

St. Modwen performed many wonderful cures especially those connected with the eyes. . St. Modwen left Althea as the holy abbess and returned to Scotland where she died in Langfortin near Dundee. Her body was returned to Burton for burial and she was believed to have been 130 years old. The “Little Wooden Church” and the shrine to St. Modwen on Andressey along with Repton Monastery was destroyed by the Danes around A.D. 874.