The heart and womb are inherently connected and work together. For thousands of years, the womb and not the heart was seen as the symbol of love and life. The womb has been known as the ‘heart below the horizon.’ When women get sexually aroused, the womb starts to beat like a heart.

The heart and womb share a mutual relationship to blood. The heart governs the blood and the uterus relies on blood for its function. The “opening” and “closing” of the uterus for birth, ovulation, conception and menstruation are regulated by the heart and kidneys via the ‘uterus vessel’ and energetic channel. The heart is responsible for the opening and the kidneys are responsible for closing.
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