By Rev. Dhyana Kluth
In this American culture we are expected to keep it together, to not fall apart. There is something wrong with even that language and description because not only are we not meant to contain energy but there is nothing about us that breaks when we grieve and howl with pain and release our tears. On the contrary, when we halt the flow of our grief, we stop the process of healing from trauma and stop the flow of our energy to give birth to new manifestations in our lives.
Even without directly being told we cannot grieve our pain and loss, in this culture, we grow up learning it. It becomes ingrained in our body systems that we must hold on and control and tame our wild nature.
Carol, Aine and Dhyana are Womb Priestesses and Fountain of Life teachers and mentors who love the path of motherhood, dancing, shamanism, creative living and sisterhood.