The womb Wisdom Podcast

A space to slow down and breathe our bodies intelligence with care and reflection.

The womb of all existence gives birth again and again… to our humanness, our deep knowing… The journey happens deep inside our own bodies. 

 

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Womb Wisdom Podcast 

Is an exploration of the journey of our humanness in a space of care and holding like that of our cosmic earth mother.  A space of coming home to be exactly as you are. 

We bring forth raw, heartfelt revealing conversations that set aside denial and privilege for new possibilities to emerge. Conversations that restore the ancient wisdom of womb spaces. We explore ways of learning and unlearning that cultivate vulnerability, tolerance and support robust and resilient environments for authentic expression and love.

We invite you to reflect on what nourishes your body’s innate wisdom.

 

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A love note from Prajna:

We are a new free podcast and learning as we go along. Our intention is to make a meaningful contribution in healing collective trauma and the historical impact of dominant culture to all bodies.

As we unlearn old ways and learn new ways of living in balance and sacred reciprocity, we deeply appreciate your patience, support, vulnerability and willingness to share.

A more unified flavor of leadership is not something that only female identified bodies are hungry for. All aspects of our humanity have legitimate value rooted in goodness. As we journey together in a space of numinous mystery, unearthing, dismantling, surrendering what no longer serves, let us remember that we all have scar tissue. In this way our stories of recovery soften and mend the fabric of humanity.

Our voices of tender compassion are then a healing balm for the soul and nourishment for the human spirit. This is how I engage with “feminine” wisdom that is grounded in a brave heart space of a larger womb holding.

Thank you for gathering with us.