Cleansing my 2017 toes in mama Ganga, to begin yet another cycle. My body, mind and heart have been purifying from within and without. I washed dirt and all that is old and no longer needed away with the holy waters of the river Ganges. I journeyed into the new year during the beginning of a new cycle of blood and watched the full moon rise over the Himalayan mountains on the first evening of the new year. And the first two days of the year I spent with two amazing souls that sparked off an inner shift in me through their incredible warmth, kindness authenticity and generosity.
The level of connection with the land and the people has been beyond deep since I got to India. My women’s cycle decided to synch up with the moon for the first time since having a natural cycle (I stopped taking the pill in February 2017 and ritually burned the last pills I had in a big bon fire in the Tsitsikama forest, which turned out to be one of the most empowering steps I have taken as a woman. Not only have I been feeling more stable and grounded emotionally, but I have also been tapping into the spiritual wisdom of living in harmony with my natural womanly cycles and its four aspects). Early December I happened to begin my journey in India during my time of renewal, where I am feeling the most soft, open and sensitive, and so I was touched by the space even deeper when I arrived in Varanasi, and had the full moon guide me and illuminate my path. And now my cycle did not only again synchronise with the full moon, but also with the new annual cycle, and I am feeling open enormously open, connected and grateful.
The signs for 2018 are powerful and speak of healing and connection. Happy new annual cycle everyone. 🌕⭕️✨🙏 #happynewyear #jaimaganga #fullmoon #wisdomofyclses #mooncycle #cycletattoo #newyearritual #gratitude #women #2018 #spirituality #yoga #uctelizabethcloughbursary