Regrann from @ginaharrison - Note - not that I need to say it but this is also representing trans women and any reproductive system, this is mine, a uterus. // Representation of the womb and that specific reproductive system, and the power that comes from it.. from birth to rebirth ./ as far as the separation element in this image, According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves .... but what if what’s not true and what if we have to search to find our true selfs and be reborn again from ourselves. It is never too late for rebirth or falling in love with yourself, your own soul mate before anything else. ❤️🍃// On the womb - Shamanism originates in the biology and multi-dimensional perceptual reality of our prenatal experiences in the Womb, which is a magical dreamtime, a cosmic space of infinite possibilities, unrestrained by the laws of Newtonian physics. The repressed memories of our time in the Womb’s amniotic oceans are the basis of what we call our psyche, or the Unconscious; but what is truly our forgotten, lost Feminine Soul. The ancient Greeks recognized this as well, as the Greek word ‘psyche’ originally meant soul.
The original shamanic journeys and initiations were founded in the Womb Religion and the great gateways of human life; conception, birth, menarche, coming of age, menstruation, pregnancy, mother and fatherhood, moon-a-pause and conscious death. The first shamans were women. The earliest recorded archeologic evidence of shamanism is of a female shaman ceremonially buried 30,000 years ago in eastern Europe. Shot by mum @angelawynnephotography in the garden - #regrann