And after the eradication of shame, the worship. Yes it’s true. For those of us who barely get under there with a mirror, worshipping the female genitals (or Yoni as it’s known in Sanskrit) seems rather a foreign concept. Others who embrace their sexuality, usually explore this by tapping into philosophies derived from Hinduism. Yoni also means place of birth, source, origin, spring, fountain, place of rest, repository, receptacle, seat, home, abode (which may lead to embarrassing misinterpretations). Taken from a site called ‘Yoni lovin’ dedicated to the worship, and only marred by spelling and grammatical errors. Some sexy pics of natural yonis…and their owners.
Yoni, which literally means the Womb, and the Vagina are more than just sexual reproductive organs in Tantric teachings but the gateway to the Womb. Tantra recognizes the importance of the feminine, in all it rituals, as a Living Goddess. By worshiping the Yoni or Womb worship, is to worship the ten Mahavidyas.
The teaching of Yoni Tantra is ideal for couples, be it married couples or not, or for women who want to understand their real inner strength and their true place in the universe. The womb is the also known as the Sacred Grail.
“The Indians see most of things in the female form. The earth, the country, rivers are in female forms. There are more words in the feminine than any other genders. “Shakti” representing the woman hood is the driving force behind all human activities. Thus she is the symbol of fertility, birth and death. In all these activities, she is closely associated with Lord Shiva. It is implied that Shakti in association of Shiva is burdened with running the entire universe. Even Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are her subjects and as per her wishes carry out their respective functions of creation, sustenance and destruction.”