Women Who Write presents a new writing workshop series around Writing from the Womb: A live and interactive workshop for writers, healers, channelers, and anyone with a Womb. Our wombs are portals from which a new world is born. The Womb is an Alchemist. A place where all feminine power is stored. All body parts are sacred, and a Womb is a place we’ve been told to ignore. But not anymore. This workshop helps women connect with their deep untethered rage to tap into their creativity, wisdom, and pure life force energy.
‘Women Who Write’ latest Writing From the Womb workshop is called Womb Rage. A fitting title for the emotions bubbling up from the feminine collective at this time. It’s as if the collective womb wounds are being activated and women are looking for their voice. Finding healthy ways to articulate, to create their feelings through art, writing, poetry. And Women Who Write Collective is here for it. With an aim to support and nourish women in their writing, using meditations, prompts, healing and activations. This virtual workshop aims to help address: womb wounds, sexual trauma, birthing wounds, inner child wounds, intimacy, suppression of pleasure, and blocking our abundance and love codes while using writing as the healing elixir, as well as guided healings and meditations. Radhaa and Gila are both writers, teachers, and healers, whose work revolves around many of these issues. You can find their next workshop in the series: Womb Rage HERE:https://WombRage.eventbrite.com
This workshop is fitting for the times we live in. Right now, one of the biggest issues in the news is Roe vs. wade. Due to this recent decision, we have noticed that women share more stories of sexual trauma, forced abortions, and suppression of their voices on social media. Now is the time to come together in sacred circles to share our stories, release our rage, and unleash our creative power. We no longer need to remain hidden and speak in low voices.
Why it’s important: It is important to release eons of generational trauma to liberate ourselves, our ancestors, and our children from holding onto baggage perpetuating ideologies that suppress us from our authentic womb channel. Radhaa Nilia and Gila Nehemia are creating a safe container to begin the reclamation process as the High Priestesses and Creatrixes were written into our wombs.
Voice of the feminine: The Feminine is leading the way regardless of gender. Embracing our feelings and releasing the patriarchal control and programming have been highlighted. Listening and creatively expressing our true voices liberate us from this programming and assist each other to rise as an indomitable force.
Finding Authentic voice: It is time to release the stories that bind us to persecutions from past lives that cut out our tongues figuratively or literally. Now it is time to reclaim our voices, mysticism, and psychic powers with each other publicly. We do not need to let our fears hide our raw, authentic selves. Together we are supporting, encouraging, listening, hearing, and witnessing each other’s stories and calling from deep within our wombs. The voice of the wombs binds us as a collective and releases us from our hoary past rife with violence.
‘Women Who Write’ Collective: Radhaa and Gila created this collective to inspire women to write through our podcast, workshops, and a place where everyone’s voice is important. Join the latest live and interactive writing workshop: Womb Rage HERE: https://WombRage.eventbrite.com.
About Gila Nehemia:
Gila is a Divine Intuitive healer, Writing Empowerment coach, author, poet, and spiritual heart guide. She guides you to intuitively access sacred erotic energy and words to live a limitless life of unconditional love: https://gilanehemia.com.
About Radhaa Nilia:
Radhaa is a Goddess Activator, Healer, Alchemist, guiding women through their darkest wounds to reclaim their golden gifts. Radhaa is an multi-author and Publisher at Radhaa Publishing House. If you are ready to live with more creativity and passion and activate your very own Goddess Code, join the community at www.radhaanilia.net.