Womb Wisdom

Rite of The Womb Blessing  (I am available to come to your location)

This lineage of women through the jungle medicine has given us the 13th rite of the Munay-Ki: The Rite of the Womb.

The Divine Feminine energies are needed in the world now more than ever. Women are crying out to connect once again to the sacred feminine.

What is the Womb Blessing?

The Womb Healing is a hands-on healing that helps to balance the archetypes, restore their energies and release blocks.

Womb Healings can bring feelings of self-acceptance, empowerment and completeness. They can help return the menstrual cycle to balance, help support women through the change to menopause, and help menopausal women embrace their new form of femininity.

The Divine Feminine energies are needed in the world now more than ever. Women are crying out to connect once again to the sacred feminine, both around them and within their bodies.

There is a need deep within to validate their femininity in all its forms, to release the restraints, pain and guilt, and to step into the world free and joyful and connected to the powerful energies that are inherent in being a woman. In this predominantly masculine world, it is time to heal the feminine and to embrace, celebrate and release its beauty and gifts.

“The Womb Blessing returns our female nature back to its sacredness and awakens and restores our female energies”

Relationships, upbringing, the stress and pressure of living in a masculine, modern world – all these things regularly disconnect us from awareness of our authentic female nature.  “Quoted By Miranda Gray”

Dolores J Gozzi is a Registered Womb Keeper

$35-45.00 per lady in small groups- Individual Sessions available for a slightly higher fee

After receiving the rights; you might want to continue to work with your womb with my 4 week womb series.  Click here to learn more

You might also be interested in my one on one Woman’s Way Session which includes this Womb Blessing Yoni Steam and a womb healing session.  Click here to find out more

From a Womb Blessing Participant

The Womb Blessing felt like such a connected and sacred ritual. As soon as I entered the circle I felt as if I were part of something much larger than I could imagine. After I had received the rite, I looked down and saw all of the candles flickering very quickly, and as my eyes dimmed and I could feel and sense every womb of every woman connected in oneness and healing and being brought back to its original sacred space of creation.

What a powerful ceremony! Since then I have had dreams where my womb is continuing to heal and I can sense a powerful femininity rising deep within my core. I have always seen the feminine as soft and more receptive, but now I feel the sheer power of strength that lies in that stillness and being united as women across the Earth.

Vanessa Riyasat

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Here are the two wonderful ladies that initiated me on October 31, 2015 at Day Spring Retreat Center in Parish Florida during our Gather The Women event on the nature based holiday of Samhain and their energy will be passed onto you.12088410_10206857557831317_4799101737306514140_n


Patricia Queritet from Antwerp Belgium

Katharina Sebert from Munich Germany





Why 13th and not 10th?

Before the Rite of the Womb there were nine Munay-Ki rites.

Though the rite of the womb is the tenth rite to be given to us, it is a feminine rite and does not need to follow linearity.

The lineage that passed this rite to us wants us to honor the thirteen moons of a year, which are connected to the cycles of the womb.


Nearly two hundred women gathered in ceremony at the Omega Institute on Saturday, October 11, 2014 to be the first to receive an energetic transmission -a rite- from a lineage of women from the jungles of Peru.

With a half-circle of men drumming and chanting on the perimeters of the room, each woman walked a metaphorical path through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus, where they were met by a female shaman who administered the “13th of the Munay-Ki”–The Rite of the Womb–intended to heal all women of the suffering they carry in their belly.

Having received the seeds of healing, each woman then proceeded down the ceremonial birth canal into new life–greeted and supported in love by men.

Marcela Lobos was the first to receive the 13th Rite in March of 2014—a twelve-year
journey she never could have foreseen in 2002, when she had a dream that began it all.

In this dream, she was pregnant with a dead baby. Having grown up in Chile, a country of dictatorship and terrorism, Marcela was always in fear and in her dream, terror nearly paralyzed her as four midwives in white helped deliver her dead baby while men with guns waged war outside the door. She awakened, startled and shaken, sensing that the dream was significant, but she had no understanding its meaning.

Two years later, while organizing her room, one of her journals fell to the floor and opened directly to the page describing her dream. After a cursory read of it, she set it back on the shelf to focus on her tasks when a brutal knock came at her door. As happens with those with post-traumatic-stress-syndrome, Marcela was instantly transported into her past of war, terror and oppression and she spiraled into an uncontrollable panic.

She’d been studying the Medicine Wheel with Four Winds Society and heard a voice say, “Marcela, apply what you know.” Just then, a female jaguar spirit appeared. “I will teach you the way of the luminous warrior. Focus on your light.”

Everything looked black to Marcela, but as she applied the principles she’d learned,
tangible light filled the room and surrounded her. The banging continued but her terror quickly began to recede. It was then that the four midwives from her dream appeared out of the hearth and said to her: “Now it is time to deliver that dead baby.” In that moment Marcela understood that her “dead baby” was the fear she had carried deep in her belly for almost three decades.

Marcela moved closer to the fire as a lineage of women came forth, laying
hands on her and helping with the release of that fear to the fire. Later, dancing in celebration, these women told her, “Now you have understanding and you have the right platform to give this message to the world. We’ll be near you and we’ll keep teaching you.”

For ten years, this lineage of women strengthened and supported Marcela in her shamanic training and stood by her side as she led journeys to the jungle and to the Andes of Peru and Chile.

But it wasn’t until March of 2014 that Marcela was told it was time to share the rite of the womb.

She had taken a group of women to the female shamans of the Shipibo Nation in the Amazon jungle. During a shamanic journey with them, Marcela was met again by the four midwives who told her: “Marcela, your womb is ready to offer the 13th Rite of the Munay-Ki for women. We’re going to give you a transmission.”

And the women proceeded to transfer great wisdom about life into her body. In the transmission, jungle plants, carefully chosen by the women, poured gave Marcela bright green juice pouring it through every vein in her body. The women then took this green juice to her womb turning it into a neon sphere of energy.

“This was a purification of my body and psyche,” Marcela has said. “And in giving me the medicine, they gave me the rite, which came as words, and I was told to give the rite to as many women as possible. That it would heal men. It would heal all of life.”

They said to Marcela:

“The womb is not a place to store fear and pain.
The womb is to create and give birth to life.”

Marcela was told that the very first person she needed to offer the rite to was her mother. And so she visualized her mother in the space and felt their wombs become one. She whispered the rite to her mother and saw the vibrant green of her own womb transferred to hers.

Marcela continued to “receive instructions” on how to bring this to wider audiences and on October 11th she launched the 13th Rite of the Womb with the women at Omega—all of whom are now able to offer the rite.

Nurturing The Rite

Dolores will be offering a monthly New Moon Ceremony for you to nurture your womb via online in the comfort of your own home.

Once you have received the Rite of the Womb you nurture its power with the following practices.

1.- If you still have your menses then on your next cycle you find an intimate space and time to give some of your menstrual blood to the Earth. You can bleed directly on the Earth or you can collect some of your blood on a small container and pour it on the Earth while repeating the following words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom
I release my pain so I may embrace joy
I release my anger so I may embrace compassion
I release my sadness so I may embrace peace

And you can add any other words that ring true for you.

2.- If you are in your years of plenitude –after menopause- then you’ll do a ritual on the next dark moon. You create an intimate space to offer red wine to the earth while repeating the words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom
I release my pain so I may embrace joy
I release my anger so I may embrace compassion
I release my sadness so I may embrace peace

And you can add any other words that ring true for you.

You do this at least once and up to thirteen moons to fully empower your womb.

3.- If a girl before menarche –first menstrual blood- receives the rite and she wants to do a ritual, then she offers flowers to the full moon. This is because her womb is still blossoming and has not yet release her first flower. She can also repeat the words:

I release my fear so I may embrace freedom
I release my pain so I may embrace joy

She is guided to say only the first two sentences so she does not become overwhelmed and then she is guided to say anything else that rings true for her.

4.- Share the rite of the womb with the women of your community. Every time you transmit the rite you strengthen its power in your womb.

The above information is from Rite of the Womb