The Womb and Hara is where we keep our ancestral contracts and bonds, some knowingly taken on, often other’s that we have silently agreed to carry. The Womb has the ability to act as a scrying glass, or our own personal Akashic Record. By placing your hands over your womb, with a still mind and a centered sense of self you will be able to ‘see’ into the womb. An energetic world will reveal itself, showing us a map of everyone that we are bonded too, as well as a library of all our contracts that we have taken on.
Contracts are agreements that we have taken on from our ancestral line. These are such things as belief systems, structures, behavioral traits, that include ways of speaking, moving, and responding. Have you ever caught yourself acting in the same way as your mother or father? I know I have – and I immediately began to question – why? Other forms of contracts are agreements to experience the same environment - both inner and outer again and again. For example if your mother was abused, dis-empowered and disrespected by your father, you may have agreed to take on the same conditions. Another typical example would be how your mother believed that she had to sacrifice everything for her husband and family – again you may find yourself in a mirror image example of the same environment. Externally attracting the same type of man, and internally feeling exactly as your mother did. Have a look – are you experiencing a similar life to your mother? Men, are you experiencing a similar quality of life as your father? Contracts can easily be dissolved with the light of awareness and a powerful shamanic ritual to pull them out of your womb as you disassociate your energies from them, and STOP the pattern there and then.
Bonds and Fusion
Like a nucleus of energetic connections our womb houses every single bond that we have ever made to another person. This can be a wonderful and fulfilling experience of love and connection, or in some cases it can be a detrimental hazard to our health and sense of well-being. For a large proportion of people some of these ‘distorted’ bonds known as ‘fusion’ can whither and deplete their energy, causing a disconnection from our centered sense of self. We all have a need for closeness, intimacy, inclusion and bonding. However when our sense of bonding has been broken or shattered, we may find that we still need a sense of closeness to survive, so we opt instead for ‘fusion’. This way we can still have a sense of being close to people, however it is not true bonding. In Fusion, we give up our own centre, and sense of self. The older generation would call this “sweeping things under the carpet”, purposely covering painful incidents up and never talking about them again. The relationship has broken down, yet the two people stay together in this false, and empty connection. In bonding, by remaining in our centre, we give naturally the gift of ourselves, and joyfully receive the nectar of the other. If both people in fusion agree to do the work, the fused connection can be broken and a new bond reestablished. Sometimes we can have fusion with another person who has left our lives (passed on, or moved away) yet we recognize that the fusion is still alive. This can manifest as bitterness, unforgiveness and a sense of revenge. These types of fusions must be broken for a natural quality of joyful expression to arise. Fusion can easily dissolved with the light of awareness and a powerful shamanic ritual to draw out the roots of the fused cords. Both of these rituals we can do together, with an agreed time and place. Email me to discuss.