..and now, I open to grace. #divine #shakti #goddess #grace #devi #love #divinefeminine #sacred #sacredfeminine #femininity #spiritual #strongwomen #yogini #yoga #bodypositve #healing #priestess

..and now, I open to grace. #divine #shakti #goddess #grace #devi #love #divinefeminine #sacred #sacredfeminine #femininity #spiritual #strongwomen #yogini #yoga #bodypositve #healing #priestess

Earth my body, Water my blood, Air my breath and Fire my spirit!

Earth my body, Water my blood, Air my breath and Fire my spirit!

Benefits of a Yoni Egg. Learn about the history, benefits and where to get one! #womenshealth #health #wellness

Benefits of a Yoni Egg. Learn about the history, benefits and where to get one! #womenshealth #health #wellness

Who is She? A goddess is a woman who emerges from deep within herself. She is a woman who has honestly explored her darkness and learned to celebrate her light. She is a woman who is able to fall in love with the magnificent possibilities within her. She is a woman who knows of the magic and mysterious places inside her, the sacred places that can nurture her soul and make her whole. Art by Aleksander Korman

Who is She? A goddess is a woman who emerges from deep within herself. She is a woman who has honestly explored her darkness and learned to celebrate her light. She is a woman who is able to fall in love with the magnificent possibilities within her. She is a woman who knows of the magic and mysterious places inside her, the sacred places that can nurture her soul and make her whole. Art by Aleksander Korman

The Sheela-na-gig is a figure from medieval stone carvings of the British Isles (mostly Ireland), of a grinning woman holding open Her vulva. She is regarded by some as a gargoyle-like figure meant as a medieval allegory of lust, or as a magical figure meant to cure infertility in women, but others have seen in Her an echo of the ancient Irish earth mother.The vulva as holy symbol of birth and life is a very ancient idea that symbolizes the life-giving and regenerative powers of the Earth…

The Sheela-na-gig is a figure from medieval stone carvings of the British Isles (mostly Ireland), of a grinning woman holding open Her vulva. She is regarded by some as a gargoyle-like figure meant as a medieval allegory of lust, or as a magical figure meant to cure infertility in women, but others have seen in Her an echo of the ancient Irish earth mother.The vulva as holy symbol of birth and life is a very ancient idea that symbolizes the life-giving and regenerative powers of the Earth…

Perfect. Sex is truly a sacred act that takes two joining and discovering the divine, not a power play of dominance or competition (as fun as it may be sometimes). Abusing sex like this shows heightens the ego and minimizes spirit growth.

Sending some sweet love to all my creators out there! #sisters  #empowered #goddess #shakti #devi #sacred #womanhood #namaste #om #healing #creator #divinefeminine  #divine  #yoni #powerfulwomen #spirit #motherearth #universe #cosmic

Sending some sweet love to all my creators out there! #sisters #empowered #goddess #shakti #devi #sacred #womanhood #namaste #om #healing #creator #divinefeminine #divine #yoni #powerfulwomen #spirit #motherearth #universe #cosmic

The traditional therapeutic healing practice referred to as Vagina Steam, Vagi-Steam, V-Steam or Bajos has been used for centuries by Korean and Central American cultures. It was most recently introduced to mainstream Western pop-culture as a result of the Vagi-Steam experience of actress Gwyneth Paltrow and to put it mildly has since received a lot of attention.

The traditional therapeutic healing practice referred to as Vagina Steam, Vagi-Steam, V-Steam or Bajos has been used for centuries by Korean and Central American cultures. It was most recently introduced to mainstream Western pop-culture as a result of the Vagi-Steam experience of actress Gwyneth Paltrow and to put it mildly has since received a lot of attention.

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