In the Chinese yin-yang philosophy, yin is the feminine force in the universe, associated with night, the moon, water, and earth. It is characterised being slow, soft, passive, and yielding.
Yoni is Sanskrit word for 'the womb' or 'divine passage'. The fact that these meanings are interchangeable indicates that woman is powerful and sacred.
It does not always feel like that though. Confidence in oneself does not come easily, and for some, self-doubt is a constant companion. It i not surprising when there are so many unknowns in life. How do we know the best path to take?
As a woman, what is your biggest question in life? Is it about your health, your relationships, or how your own self-worth?
Being Woman: Yin, Yoni and Beyond is a Circle for Women that explores the essence of womanhood, and helps you ask these question in a safe and friendly environment, with no fear of being judged. The monthly women's meeting are held at the Skylight Centre on Corsica Street, London, and are run by tantric practitioner, Elena Angel. The next meeting will be on the 2nd May at 7pm, and costs £15 to book (or £20 at the door). The theme of the day focuses on 'What's you're biggest question?'
How would you like to be enlightened so that you can 'be the most gorgeous, most vibrant, most loveable and loving, most feminine you?'
Featured in the three-hour program will be the Millennium Method. Founded by Jessica Taylor, The Millennium Method takes an holistic approach to healing physical, mental, emotional, and psychic conditions. It combines energy medicine, quantum physics, and alchemy to address all aspects of the human being experience. Fractal art designed cards are used to help discover the root cause of unresolved issues, so that you can move forward, and experience positive transformations and develop personal growth.