What is a Yoni Stone & How to Use One to Awaken Your Inner Goddess

What is a Yoni Stone?

Where energy goes, chi flows! When you give your Yoni focus and attention, more life force will flow there.

The Yoni is the sacred space where life is created the source of female power and pleasure. A yoni egg or stone is an egg or ball -shaped stone (generally carved from semi-precious gems) which you insert into the vagina. The egg is a symbol
of the universe as well as creation and fertility. 

Adult women of all ages and cycles have the ability to work with this magic.  Working with a yoni stone has the potential to:


• Awaken your inner Goddess
• Regulate hormones, increase libido and aid in fertility
• Increase natural lubrication
• Tighten and tone vaginal, pelvic floor and core muscles
• Increase intensity and number of vaginal orgasms
• Aid you in becoming more familiar with your anatomy
• Prevent and heal incontinence and prolapse
• Prevent tearing during childbirth
• Release energy from past lovers
• Release emotional pain energy stored in yoni
• Heal physical trauma and abuse
• Heal you with the metaphysical properties from the stone
• Aid in manifestation
• Heal generations of women through your DNA 

 

How Do I Choose a Yoni Stone?

Choose the stone you are intuitively drawn to working with.  Currently available at the Yoni Nurse Etsy shop are amethyst, opalite, rose quartz, jade, tiger’s eye and black obsidian eggs.
If you have never given birth, start with a medium or small size. If you have given birth vaginally or via a C-section then start with a large or medium depending on your preference. Some yoni stones are drilled for strings, some are not. Some are ball-shaped and others are egg-shaped. Choose one depending on your personal preference as there is no significant difference between them. Remember that an egg cannot get “lost” inside your body because your cervix will stop it from traveling too far.
Wash your stone with warm water and gentle soap such as Dr. Bronner’s. Cleanse your stone energetically by placing it under the light of the sun and moon or by a method of your choosing. Bond with your egg by leaving it out in the window seal or meditating with it prior to your first use.  When you’re ready, insert your egg large side up. You’ll feel your muscles instinctively contract to hold it in place. Use it for only 5-10 minutes your first time. Too much all at once can cause cramping. Be gentle and start slow. Emotions may arise and it is of the utmost importance to let them flow by moving your body through dance, yoga, stretching, or whatever feels good to you. Release what no longer serves you!
I believe that healing may be done without help from the mind. You don’t have to re-live trauma via memories to release it, just let it go and let it flow. The more you release the juicer, sexier, and more powerful you will begin to feel.

For women who have reincarnated in a male body, a stone may be used rectally as long as it’s drilled with strings attached.  Using an egg will aid you in creating an energetic Yoni space as well as providing the benefits previously mentioned.

Who is Yoni Nurse? 
I am a Light Worker, Starseed, Red Drum Carrier and currently work at my local hospital on the Maternal Newborn unit as a registered nurse. Like a lot of women, I had a very traumatizing delivery in which I endured physical and emotional trauma.  For the following 12 months, sex was physically and emotionally painful. I felt lost and displaced as a new mother and suffered from postpartum depression. On my son’s first birthday I attended a local Yoni Empowerment Circle where I learned about yoni stones.  I couldn’t wait to get my hands (and vagina) on one! I began working with one that day and can wholeheartedly report that this practice has been the most powerful and transformational tool I have ever worked with. I began selling yoni eggs and educating others because it felt selfish not to share this ancient wisdom.
McKenzie Isom, Yoni Nurse
IG @yoninurse

More Earth-Friendly Recycling Methods

While researching information on Ascension, I found that one of the Ascension paths is that of “Earth Service.” This is basically where the adept/student/ascender remains in physical form to become an Ascended Master. In other words, you can choose to serve the planet in a different form (leave and come back even) or work elsewhere in the cosmos. For those of us who are here now, as activated starseeds, we should always consider adding more eco-friendly methods to our lifestyle. However, if this is pig latin to you then just know there are amazing benefits for your self-esteem and overall wellness when doing your part for the earth. Just wanting to assist locally is excellent preparation to get more physically fit and get more in tune with the faery realm! Things will begin to work and the sense of satisfaction is amazing. Sometimes we just have to do, and others will pick up the idea and excitement.

  1. Do-it-yourself packaging material: Get a paper shredder and crunch the shredded paper to get crinkle cut paper to use for shipping boxes. Pick up recycled packaging “peanuts” from the local recycling center. Get a Krinkle-It Shredder which automatically crinkles the paper for you. There are plenty of paper-making tutorials on YouTube for utilizing paper cutters, making paper pulp with water and a blending tool like paper-masher bags in washing machines. I personally love recycling my practice paintings into labels for my online shop orders to inspire creativity in others with all the healing colors.
  2. Pay your friend who has a sewing machine: If you know someone with taylor’s skills, pay up because they’re saving thousands of gallons of water by altering and fixing clothes rather than buying mass-produced which ends up in the landfill. Discover bright vintage pieces or unique fabric prints and over time you’ll develop a unique style. Simultaneously you’ll help an individual remain self-employed which boosts the economy. Then continue trading, making, altering and giving away what you don’t need. It is rewarding to parade an item someone put their love into. There are smart-phone apps like DePop and Poshmark where you can buy-sell-trade your own goods which are a more defined version of eBay.
  3. Starting your own garden: Hydroponics and aquaponics are self-purifying water systems requiring nutrient-supplying animals or soil-free water-towers. Gardens can pop up in practically any climate, it just takes research and investment in the basic materials. The outcome will be lower grocery bills, local trade gatherings (hellooo social life), a new meditation and better-tasting food. Community gardens are encouraged more in cities these days thanks to childrens’ book authors and conscious journalism, but if you live in a rural area you will have tons of space and plenty of people who want to participate. Buying and trading locally also reduces trash because you won’t be using take-out containers, film-wraps or produce bags.
  4. Practicing mindfulness in nature: If you are new to spirituality or felt really called to be in nature somehow, then you may want to look into taoism, shamanism or magic of the ancient Celts and Egyptians. These philosophies honored simplicity, humility and the natural world. At one point in my learning I used to thank the grass before walking on it, but now prefer making things by hand as a meditation and do prayers for the planet. Mindfulness, though, affects other people as well. This way of thinking revolves around small, random acts of kindness which eventually become a way of life. Nature, truly, connects all of us and this 5th-dimensional path honors the spirits around the Americas, too. It’s a good idea to reinvent our thoughts and become pro-active lightworkers who show the way when others don’t know how.
  5. Support clean-up groups: Individual self-starters like the 4Ocean surfer guys just began picking up trash so they could go surfing in a pristine environment. They’ve collected over 300,000 pounds of ocean garbage in over 16 different countries. Local women and elders in countries like Brazil and India have cleaned up entire towns, streets and rivers with their own crews or their bare hands which are still needing facilities with large machinery. The bottles go to local recycling shops which get compacted and sold to larger buildings where they turn these into industrial material. (Imagine all the hemp-crete plastic building blocks that could make affordable housing!) In the poorest regions of Brazil they are getting about $1 for every 50 plastic bottles and in areas of India some are making $9 from one day’s work. Although the pay is low, people have said they socialize more and have maintained a better attitude from giving back to the communities and their families.
  6. Bring a tote bag to the shops: Better make this a habit, now, before plastic bags get banned from your grocery store. One by one, big-business franchise stores are closing or at least offering thicker shopping bags at a price. Many have removed them altogether (some I have seen with these two eyes are K-Mart in Kauai and S-Market in Finland) because regular plastic bags are difficult to recycle and use oil, thus supporting petroleum companies. Just having your own bag will remind others to do the same and hemp totes look très chic anyway! Duh!
  7. Starting a compost: America has been a little slow with composting foodstuffs. Cities like Kagawa in Japan are using micro-organisms to decompose burnable waste and make fuel (an alternative to incineration which creates noxious fumes). This method is also used in Finland, Germany and the Netherlands. I remember how in college times we suddenly got these compost bins where you put in a biodegradable bag, and all your leftover foods go in there (like a doggie-doo-doo bag). Then, it goes to the bigger bin at the end of the street where it gets picked up and sorted at the dump, which later becomes fertile soil which grass grows upon. Luckily, when I moved to Hawai’i we used septic tanks and in Arizona, my roommates had d.i.y. mulch in the backyard. I feel this is a great idea when you own your own house or live in a conscious community/light-city. There are so many options.

Guest Blogger Christina Martine on Meditation

How Meditation Saved My Life by Christina Martine

When I was 17, I was suffering from severe mental illness. I was obsessive compulsive, which meant I constantly counted things, traced things, repeated things over and over again in my head. I got stuck on words when reading books and had to repeat them to myself over and over again until they sounded right until my insatiable mind was temporarily satisfied. I had strange tics, too. In school, I was so utterly bored and found it hard to sit still so my mind would race. To comfort myself, to bring myself back into the present, I would stretch my neck constantly or hum to myself, or my favourite, tighten all my metal jewelry, and if I was wearing jeans, my fly. I tried to be as secretive as possible about my oddities but I’m sure some people thought I was a little off-kilter. One person saw the calluses on my pointer finger, created over time from pressing the tips of my fingers into the pull tab of my zipper so often, and asked me if I played guitar. I just said no and shrugged.

My home life was extremely abusive. Living with a narcissistic parent is something you don’t wish on anyone. For a narcissist, nothing can be wrong with them. If a bad feeling comes up, it’s always another person’s fault. The ego they create to mask their deep wounds and insecurities is overinflated, a highly unstable lie. When that ego is challenged, all hell breaks loose, and things can get violent. In my case, because I was an overly sensitive empath, words hurt me the most. When you’re depressed and someone tells you that you’re a worthless failure again and again, you start to believe it.

My OCD wasn’t enough. I began starving myself, binging and purging my food, stealing, do anything to make myself feel better, feel more in control. I turned to drugs and alcohol to numb the pain, but they just suppressed it and made it worse.

After a suicide attempt, I had my first awakening, or remembering. I heard the voice of my higher self clearly say to me, “Christina, if you kill yourself, you’ll just have to come back to Earth and do this all over again.” Suddenly I knew that I was meant to be on Earth. I began to question why. Who was I really?

The book, The Power of Now, inspired me to start meditating again. Moving into my own consciousness, into the darkness, the silence, was difficult at first. Thoughts that weren’t even mine echoed through my mind. But I continued to watch and observe. Even without thought, I still existed. Without thought, all my problems vanished. I clearly saw that I was a spiritual being inhabiting a human body. My thoughts and emotions were only passing, not mine to keep.

I remember when I first started meditating I wrote down this statement over and over again:

There is more power in surrender.

I had to convince myself to let go, to jump off the cliff into the void, and once I did, I realized the only death I feared was the death of my mind.

So I died, before my physical death, and saw that I was eternal.

Meditation got easier over time, and life followed.

I remember one day I was trying to think about the something I was obsessed about, and I just couldn’t remember.

I started laughing, and knew I was free.

 

 

 

Christina Martine is a spiritual teacher who is not aligned with any particular religion. Her message is simple: You have the power to heal yourself, end suffering and awaken to your true potential. She runs the online community and social media site www.entersatoria.com, which is completely free of abuse and advertisements.

Editor’s note: Her brand new book is called Fifth Dimensional Healing which holistically discusses esoteric, spiritual topics on alchemical soul transformation. This is meant to help with anxiety and trauma, helping you to find God existing within and remember that you are blessed beyond imagination. You can learn more about her work with celestial transmissions, astrological reports, art and music on http://christinamartine.com/


Guest Blogger Ashen Wolf on Relationship Mirroring

The law of mirroring is pretty clear, you are always going to be attracting outwardly a projection of what you are already experiencing inwardly. Why would it be any different with relationships?

 

Not only are relationships our biggest mirror, they are also the easiest excuse in the book to forget this law. We must take responsibility for how we are feeling and how we created the situation in the first place, pinning our projections on the other party involved. Furthermore, it is important to take responsibility for our internal emotions so we can better project externally what we do actually want. We can’t invalidate that other people do actually hurt us.

 

As much responsibility as we can take for what’s inside us and why our outside projections are the way they are, the individuals we are in relationships with are also responsible for what’s inside them and how they act towards us. That being said, if we can look at others who are rejecting us or not meeting our needs, what the universe is telling you is a “wake up call”.

 

It’s time to feel worthy. It’s time to feel significant. It’s time to feel important. It’s time to meet your own needs and get into a place of deserving where others treat you this way. Then, let go, release to the universe and watch how the people in your life will actually start loving you more truly. You can attract more friends who show up for you, who also see you as important and worthy.

 

A huge collective pattern I have noticed lately is how willing so many of us are to accept abuse and call it love. Abuse is not love and the only way you’d ever see it as such is if you aren’t fully in touch with how worthy, epic and undoubtedly deserving of the best, truest unconditional love in your life you are.

 

When you start giving yourself that unconditional love, just watch how the people in your life shift to match that vibration. I’ve seen that shift. I’ve let beings go who weren’t ready to match my new level of self love. Oh, and new ones keep showing up every day who are ready to show up fully for me.

 

Ashen Wolf is a psychic, healer, life coach, Qigong teacher and shaman. She provides guidance for people all around the world and facilitates healing and empowerment. She grew up connecting with angels and spirits. On her journey she moved through a multitude of obstacles to free the mind, connecting with her heart space, clairvoyance and other extrasensory gifts. This happened on an entirely new level. She was lead to qigong teachers’ certification and shamanism training. Her teachers’ traditions in this branch of shamanism come from the Maori of New Zealand as well as South America.