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The sacredness of the womb
By Dr S V Bulatov - registered homeopath

We all have come from the womb. Conception with love, happy pregnancy, normal birth and breastfeeding are essential for our wellbeing, developing full potential and living our mission according to Yahweh´s will for His glory. There are two Hebrew words that are translated as the word womb in Scripture. One is beten (בטן), and is used commonly to express the area of the belly. The other word is used exclusively to speak of the home of the first 9 months of a child. This word is rechem (רחם). Rechem is from the root racham - compassion and mercy (Gen 20:18, 29:31, 30:22, Ex 13:2, 12, 15, 34:19, Num 3:12, 8:16, 12:12, 18:15, Sam 1:5, 6, Job 3:11, 10:18, 24:20, 31:15, 38:8, Ps 22:10, 58:3, 110:3, Jer 1:5, 20:17, 18). Its root meaning is &dbquo;protection from harm&dbquo;. The womb was the safest place for a child to be, a place where he or she would be protected from harm, which is the root of true compassion and mercy. This was Yahweh’s design from the beginning. However, in the past 40 - 50 years it has been the most dangerous place for a child to grow in.

Most Hebrew words consist of three root letters and each letter carries with it a picture concept that is descriptive of that word. The three root letters of the word for womb are resh, chet and a closed mem (a mem is closed when it is at the end of a word).

The resh is a picture of a person simply put.

The chet is a picture of a fence and carries the concept of protection and being surrounded.

The mem is a picture of water and because it is a closed mem it can symbolize something hidden.

If we put the three concepts together we see that the womb is a place where a person is protected and surrounded in the hidden water.

The most common word translated mercy (loving kindness) is the Hebrew word “Chesed” and it is descriptive of Yahweh's loyal love that is connected to the covenant relationship we have with Him. It concerns His most faithful promises to love and care for us based upon the covenant He made. “Chesed” is not based on emotions or circumstance. It is His consistent, unconditional promise to love us. He has obligated himself to do so.

The less commonly used “Rechem” also translated mercy is about Yahweh's feelings towards us. It speaks of being affectionately surrounded and protected in His love. The same tender emotions a mother feels for the child within her womb. And as we can see from the word picture above, His mercy protects, surrounds and hides us.

As one, whom his mother comforts, So I will comfort you; And you shall be comforted in Jerusalem.” ~ Isaiah 66:13 His love and mercy towards us is a picture of maternal love. “Can a woman forget her nursing child, and not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely they may forget, yet I will not forget you. ˜ Isaiah 49:15 His affectionate love can be compared to a human mother's love for her infant, yet even far exceeds it.

This I recall to my mind, therefore I have hope. Through Yahweh's mercies (Chesed, loyal covenant love) we are not consumed, because His compassions (rechem most tender affections) fail not. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness. “Yahweh is my portion,” says my soul, “Therefore I hope in Him!” ˜ Lamentations 3:21-24

Bless Yahweh, O my soul; And all that is within me, bless His holy name! Bless Yahweh, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits: Who forgives all your iniquities, Who heals all your diseases, Who redeems your life from destruction, Who crowns you with loving kindness (Chesed, promise to love) and tender mercies (Rechem tender loving feelings towards), ~ Psalm 103:1-4

The above two verses show us that not only has Yahweh obligated Himself to love us and care for us but that His heart is all in it all the way.

And when Yahshua went out...He was moved with compassion for them... ˜ Matthew 14:14

Yahweh's mercy is the mother love that wraps around us, surrounds us and protects us. He is moved with compassion for us and pities us knowing how fragile we are. He cannot forget His affections for us and moves Him to forgive, heal and redeem.

The womb is a biological example of Yahweh's tender love for each one of us.
The womb should be respected and kept holy.
The womb is like the earth. If a good seed is planted, a good harvest is reaped.
If the earth is used and abused by mankind it will dry off.
If the womb is used, abused and diminished to a breeding organ it will affect the woman’s body negatively.
The womb is the only organ that expands tremendously to accommodate the growing baby. No other organ could be compared to it.
The female body has two organs that accumulate sadness: the lungs and the womb.
The male body has only the lungs.
The womb being compassionate takes on all disappointments and sadness that the lungs could not store anymore.
The womb can take a lot of sadness in woman's life.
Trauma to the womb from a sexual abuse, multiple sexual partners, abortions, miscarriages, D&C, endometrial ablation and hysterectomy has a profound negative effect in woman’s life and her children.
The trauma is often passed from the mother to the daughter for a few generations.
This creates a generational pattern of victimization. Many relationships would be dysfunctional because of it.
The womb as a hollow organ stores cellular memories of all these events.
They are transmitted to the subconscious mind via the vagal nerve and cellular water.
Tissue memory release via prayer, fasting, anointing, meditation, breath work, kinesiology, Body Talk, cranio sacral therapy, postural integration, holographic re-patterning, family constellations, Journey, jade egg and other therapies is extremely important to restore the holiness and divine nature of the womb.
The holiness of the womb empowers the woman all her life to be healthy, creative, independent, self confident, passionate, worthy, respected, fertile, conceiving and giving birth to healthy, intelligent and spiritual children.