Yoni is the Sanskrit name for female genitalia.

It also means the sacred temple, the gateway to the Universe and the Source.
When we hear people speak about feminine empowerment, there are so many concepts around it, but not many people speak about the relationship of a woman to her vulva, her vagina, her yoni.
Yet, that’s where the feminine empowerment should start.
So many women don’t have a deep love and connection with their yoni.

Yoni has been shamed for centuries. She was labeled as stinky, ugly, disgusting area “down there”.
This disconnect is the REAL cause of common issues such as low libido, recurring infections, PCOS, uterine prolapse, endometriosis, menstrual cramps, excessive bleeding and others.
Many yonis hardly receive any loving touch… And even less receive praise and are looked at with awe and admiration.
Most yonis are not appreciated for the magical and mystical place they really are.
Without that, our yonis fall asleep. Or sometimes they even fall into a coma.
When we activate the yoni and our connection to her we start owning our power. We start accessing her intuition…
And her intuition is always spot on.

But how do I connect, you may wonder.

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The best scenario for day one of your period is to just lie in bed all day. Because that’s when you lose the most blood (and therefore – vital force) and if you move and agitate yourself – you will be losing even more.

I will share soon why (and how) we should try to bleed as little as possible. But today I want to share about the most awesome way to bleed – it’s called Free Bleeding.

Free Bleeding is the practice of menstruating without blocking or collecting the period flow.

Our menstrual flow is not constant.

A woman can become so connected to her womb that she feels exactly when she needs to release the blood. In that moment she goes into nature, squats and releases the blood to the Earth (ideally).

If a woman lives away from nature, she can simply release the blood into the toilet. Up until that moment she will squeeze the muscles of her cervix and hold the blood. That’s it!

If you are keen, try it at home first. And when you go out a small reusable pad will keep you safe for times where there is no bathroom around.

There is nothing healthy about using conventional pads and tampons – they are made out of bleached synthetic materials which is not only unsafe health wise but also contributes to unpleasant odour.

On top of that the use of conventional hygiene methods promotes the idea that there is something dirty about menstruation. When there is absolutely nothing dirty about it.

Plus, if you free bleed the amount of the blood you lose will diminish and the length of your period will shorten. ❤️

If you want to know more about the subject of conscious menstruation – download my e-book Moon and Woman: The Power of Conscious Menstruation for free.



There are many women who think that their libido is very low, but in most cases it is just the result of trying to have sex in a masculine way. 

Most of these women are trying to get into penetrative sex before they are fully aroused. 

Generally speaking, the male arousal is a yang type of arousal. And the female arousal is a yin type of arousal. 

It means that masculine sexual energy is like fire, it ignites in the centre (the penis) and after that spreads out.

And the feminine sexual energy is like water – it is collected from the edges, the limbs, from the heart and flows to the centre (the vagina).

Men’s lingam can be touched without much foreplay. It is actually very nice to connect with the lingam first and then continue by spreading the pleasure and activating his chest, belly and limbs.

In the case of women the yin energy proceeds from the edges, gradually moving inward and flowing downward towards the sex centre. The yin energy needs to pass through the heart centre before it descends lower.

That’s why women find it generally harder to separate sex from love. 

Most women need to feel connected and safe, they need to feel their heart open before they can open up sexually. 

Which is not always the case for men. They can have sex with someone without much of an emotional or heart connection.

Yoni and heart are similar — neither can be forced to open. You can’t force yourself to fall in love, and you can’t open your body by force.


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Art by @ellysmallwood 



Many people have experienced miscarriage.

For women this process is usually associated with a sense of grief, failure and even guilt. Also, the

question: why me!?

For men it can also be very emotional, they may be feeling like they don’t deserve to be a father or that they did something wrong. But usually what’s even more intense for a man is being there with his woman as she is going through her emotional ride…

Some couples become closer through this process, others break up.

I want to share something very important here.

While it is important that you give space to and process the emotions it causes, you need to know that on an energetic level miscarriage is nothing but a cleansing mechanism.

It is not a loss of a child.

What you are releasing is not a human being. The soul enters the fetus only at about 4 months into pregnancy. Before that it’s just physical matter and energy.

In the past, when it was normal for women to have up to 9 or even 12 children, miscarriages happened a lot more frequently. And usually went almost unnoticed.

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Photo by Chanel Barran and Shonna Keely Jones



What does the word yoni mean?

Yoni is translated from Sanskrit as the sacred temple. And it refers to the female genitalia, vulva.

Our pussies have been called so many different names: “down there”, “pipi”, “hole”, “cockpocket”, “hairy mussel”, “goodies”, “honey pot”, “kitty”…

I bet you will agree that none of it really expresses the magic, power and sacredness that is within the most feminine part of the female body.

What is yoni, really?

Yoni is a portal to life.

It is a place from where all life originated. It is a cosmic gate through which we all came here. It is the most feminine part of our body. The most receptive, the most sensitive… So if we want to establish a deep connection with the feminine, yoni is the place where we should start.

In Taoist love poetry such terms as “golden lotus”, “gates of paradise”, “precious pearl”, “treasure” are used to describe the yoni…

And what is yoni puja?

A yoni puja is a sacred tantric ritual during which the yoni is worshipped. We express adoration for the feminine principle, we express our complete love and appreciation of the feminine essence in all her forms.

This ritual originated in India, thousands of years ago. There are many various forms in which this ritual can be performed.

An important prerequisite for worshipping the yoni is the purification of the mind from worldly ideas about yoni, of the shame and guilt most of us carry.

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Handling menstrual flow is something that each and every woman has to deal with. Papyrus was first used in ancient Egypt, then reusable sanitary belts, and after that disposable pads. Most of these options were not that reliable until tampons were developed in the 1930′s, revolutionizing feminine hygiene.

However recent research has shown that tampons can be dangerous for a woman’s health. Let’s  look into the health risks of tampons and explore the healthy alternatives.

Health risk of tampons

1. Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)

TSS develops in the body when the common bacteria, Staphylococcus Aureus, produces a toxin which is absorbed into the bloodstream. The toxin rapidly overwhelms the immune system and attacks the major organs, leading to kidney failure, collapse of the lungs and in severe cases, cardiac arrest. Alarmingly, 50% of all known cases of Toxic Shock are result of women using tampons!

Symptoms of TSS are: sore throat, aching muscles, high temperature, vomiting, watery diarrhea, red rash, confusion, dizziness,very low blood pressure. Only one or two symptoms may occur, and they do not necessarily occur all at once and may not persist. If you are experiencing any of these, remove the tampon right away and go to the hospital and insist on getting a blood test.

2. Chemicals in Tampons

Rayon is the main ingredient in generic tampons. It’s a fiber that is made from cellulose fibers. Cellulose is a natural fiber, but to produce Rayon chemical procedures are needed that include: carbon disulphide, sulphuric acid, chlorine and caustic soda. Side effects from exposure to too much Rayon can include: nausea, vomiting, chest pain, headaches and many others.

Tampons are also bleached using chlorine, which results in the production of dioxin, which in turn is linked to breast cancer, endometriosis, immune system suppression and various other ailments.

3. Tampons can cause infections

Tampon use causes micro lacerations (tiny wounds) every time you insert one and pull it out, leaving your vagina wall more exposed to any infection or disease.

4. Tampons disturb the PH-Balance

Tampons absorb your flow but they also absorb all the moisture that is very important to keep your ph and vagina healthy.

5. Tampons cause odor

You may remember from my previous article there is nothing toxic, dirty or smelly about our menstrual blood. But as soon as the tampon is inserted the process of oxidation starts and bacteria develops which explains that funky smell.

6. Tampons leave chemical residue in your vagina

Loose fibers are left behind in your vagina, which your body eventually flushes out but until then you have chemicals stored in your body and these can cause bladder or vaginal infections, and TSS. Some of the fibers might also get stuck in the cervix, which might cause uterine infection.

If you want to test this, take a tampon and jiggle it in a glass a water and see what happens to the fibers!

7. I’ve heard some people say that some tampons have special chemicals that make you bleed more. So you buy more.


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