The Womb Blessing Attunement is a transformative experience that can be seen as a rite of passage and a gateway to a path of personal or spiritual development that brings sacredness to your femininity. It provides personal transformation by awakening blocked or dormant aspects of the four feminine archetypes or Inner Seasons that will help you to embody your authentic self, open to self-love and walk your soul’s path in life.

The Attunement is a peaceful but powerful healing that channels the light of the moon and includes music, meditation and essential oils that instill feelings of self-acceptance, empowerment and wholesomeness. It can help to:

  • Awaken repressed or dormant aspects of the four feminine archetypes or Inner Seasons
  • Return the menstrual cycle to a place of balance.
  • Support women through peri-menopause and help menopausal women embrace their new form of femininity.
  • Enhance your capacity to love and be loved.
  • Heal past trauma, guilt and shame and clear ancestral patterns.
  • Stimulate a deep feeling of connection with your womb space and the earth.
  • Energise the womb energy centre - the source of your creativity.
  • Bring healing to every aspect of your being, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
  • Confirm and validate what it is to be a woman in all her shapes and forms.

Womb Blessing Attunements are currently offered by Samjhana Moon in Totnes, Devon and occasionally in London, UK. Appointments are offered for an exchange of £50.00 or £60.00 when combined with a Womb Healing.  Contact Samjhana directly to inquire: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

“The Womb blessing took me on a gentle journey to connect with my feminine wisdom within. The beautiful meditation, aromatic scents and the gentle holding of Samjhana supported me to feel safe and relaxed. The connection to the collective feminine that it activated was tangible and I was held in the collective sisterhood. It was revelatory and perfect for what I needed to know at that time. Wonderful!”

Iona Cameron