The Art of Yoni Gazing: A Guide to Deepening Intimacy

What is Yoni Gazing?

Yoni gazing is a practice that involves looking at and connecting with the yoni, which is a Sanskrit term for the female genitalia. It is often considered a sacred and intimate practice that can promote self-awareness, healing, and empowerment.

Here are some general steps to engage in yoni gazing:

1. Create a Sacred Space: Find a quiet and private space where you feel comfortable and safe. You may choose to decorate the space with items that evoke a sense of sacredness or set up candles and soft lighting.


2. Relaxation and Breathing: Begin by taking a few deep breaths to relax your body and mind. Allow any tension or stress to melt away as you focus on your breath.

3. Positioning: Find a comfortable position to sit or lie down in. You may want to support yourself with cushions or pillows to ensure comfort during the practice.

4. Set Intentions: Before starting, set clear intentions for your yoni gazing practice. This could include self-love, acceptance, healing, or simply deepening your connection with your body. State your intentions either silently or out loud.

Take time to create sacred space with a candle, some aromatherapy and cozy blankets

5. Gentle Touch: Start by gently touching and exploring your body in a way that feels pleasurable and nurturing. This could involve caressing your thighs, abdomen, or breasts. The goal is to establish a sense of connection and trust with your body.

6. Direct Gaze: When you feel ready, shift your focus to your yoni. Allow your gaze to soften as you look at your yoni without judgment or expectation. It’s important to approach this practice with a sense of curiosity and respect.

7. Notice Sensations and Emotions: As you continue to gaze, pay attention to any sensations, emotions, or thoughts that arise. Allow them to come and go without judgment. This practice is about cultivating a deeper awareness of your own experience.

8. Self-Acceptance and Love: Throughout the practice, cultivate a sense of self-acceptance and love for your body and yoni. Embrace any imperfections or insecurities that may arise, and remind yourself that you are beautiful and worthy of love.

Yoni Gazing is an ancient practice to help you connect with your sacredness and your body.

9. Closure and Integration: When you feel complete with your yoni gazing practice, take a moment to reflect on your experience. You may want to journal or engage in self-reflection to further integrate any insights or emotions that surfaced during the practice.

Remember that yoni gazing is a personal practice.

You can modify it to suit your comfort level and needs. It’s essential to approach this practice with self-care, patience, and an open mind. If you find it challenging or triggering, it’s okay to start with shorter sessions or seek support from a qualified practitioner.


Do you want to understand the wisdom your yoni is carrying?

Check out my workshop on Yoni Mapping here.