Why Acknowledging Your ‘Yoni’ Makes You A Powerful, Attractive Woman
It’s important for women to know about their Yoni.
When it comes to female sexuality and sensuality, the first step to becoming a strong, attractive woman is to embrace your Yoni.
What is the definition of Yoni? Yoni is a Sanskrit word that “has been interpreted to literally mean the womb, and the female organs of generation.”
Is the term Yoni new to you? When I refer to a woman’s genitalia or female anatomy, I always use the word Yoni. Because Yoni also means “Sacred Space”, it’s a word that’s absolutely lovely! It depicts how women should hold their female anatomy in high regard.
It’s neither nasty nor clinical. It sounds normal, natural, and, most of all, the definition honors your female genitalia and powerful feminine energy.
Plus, this word can be spoken publicly without a negative connotation attached to it. Quite the contrary, especially if the true meaning is known.
I would like to encourage you to use the word Yoni when referring to your female parts. Simply making this one change will help you to honor and love your feminine side.
When you use the word Yoni, it refers to the whole of your female anatomy. Words are powerful. And using this word helps you to claim the whole of your femininity as sacred.
What does Yoni mean for you?
What type of relationship do you have with your female genitalia? This might sound like an odd question, but really take a moment to think about it.
Our culture is saturated with sexual shame. And women have often been the target and scapegoat for the sexual shame that exists in our culture.
To claim our power is not to be like a man. It’s really to own the sacredness of who you are as a woman and knowing deep inside (literally) that you hold something very healing, mystical, and sacred between your legs. The fact that women give birth to a whole new human being shows the power that’s held within us.
What Yoni means can become more clear when you embrace the word as start using it in your day to day vocabulary. When talking about your female anatomy (which you should do regularly), use the word Yoni. Don’t keep her hidden or shamed.
Refer to “her” as something special and precious. Your Yoni is not to be taken casually or put in the background — especially in your intimate relationship. Your Yoni should be upfront and center state in your intimate relationship.