Temple of the Moon Goddess
What is it to be a Nomad?
It is to be free.
To be alive.
To be natural.
To be your absolute authentic self.
And follow your bliss.
Follow your heart.
We hope to inspire you with the Nomad Journey into the Mayan Moon Temple.
To share our aliveness, our spontaneous inspirations, and adventures.
This time on the Nomads Journey where we following the womb voice. This was taking us to the sacred Temples of the Moon Goddess which were built by a lagoon.
So as we can see, the land of Tulum (originally called Zama) is offering us many beautiful blessings in co-creation with the waters.
The womb, our sacred inner temple, is deeply connected with the waters of planet earth.
As we were exploring this ancient site, Asherah suddenly started to feel a strong pull to find a spot and lie down on the earth. We walked for a bit further and landed in front of a powerful gateway leading into a cave within the earth.
Here did we stopped and rested.
Asherah started to be pulled into the center of this cave and into the void of the womb. She went into a deep space of silence and transmission (an exchange and transference of energy) with the womb cave and the land of this sacred temple.
Here did we abide, feeling embraced by the mother and nourished by the soft garments of Nomadica.
After a while was the transmission completed and Asherah stood up feeling refreshed and energized.
We journeyed further and connected with the powerful rock formations of the temple until we arrived at the lagoon, only the two of us and bathed in the blessed waters of the moon goddess.
How mystical and magical that we were just guided to that spot that hardly anyone knows about or sees as important to find out that it was one of the secret centerpieces of the temple.
Yet is it like the void, the stillness, the womb. Unseen, but most powerful. Forgotten but always alive. Alive within us all.