Author: Jessica Hadari
I wrote this little poem nearly ten years ago in Heather Munro Pierce’s women’s TransDance circles www.templeartsinstitute.com
Somehow in the menagerie of the moment, blissed out by dancing an experience I had in Morocco meshed with the experience fo giving birth. I journaled this entry.
I am reminded of the sound I make when I orgasm, the sound I make when I am enraged beyond rationale, the sound I made when I gave birth
It is the same sound.
That guttural roar that women’s bodies are compelled to generate when they are feeling the FULL depth of what it is to be Woman.
"Glittering gold scarf in the Moroccan desert. Tassels, wisps of spirit flying around my hips. The Ganouin drummer, a shaman man, a connection to fire in the earth palms his drum. My toes touch its base.
I feel its voice in my pelvis.
I begin to shake, I shimmer like the Goddess Herself. I embody Her and She guides my hips with Her ethereal hands… voice of the Drum snaps at my spine, light pours from my fingertips…
The Shaman takes me deeper…
The next time I feel the drum in my pelvis Goddess hands guiding my hips, I hear a tiger roaring in the base of my spine, and I give birth to a baby boy…
wriggling from the throat of my womb.
Jessica Hadari is the founder of the Miracle Salon and the FEM Talks Alliance of Women Leaders, Educators & Healers.
Passionate about the "self-blossoming woman", for 15 years she has been privileged to lead countless women’s circles. Her greatest love? Watching women transform in the arenas of relationships, divine path and spiritual growth.
Each month she produces the Miracle Salon, a celebrated woman's wisdom networking event, as well as Women's Wisdom & Prayer Circles. Jessica immensely enjoys producing and collaborating around any women's event centered on emotional freedom.
She's a mother, writer, artist, hospice caregiver, master yoga teacher, holistic health practitioner, officiant, unconditional friend and voice of accountability in her Bay Area women’s communities.