Lighten up, just enjoy life, smile more, laugh more, and don’t get so worked up about things.– Kenneth Branagh
Once Upon A Time
there was a playful, whimsical goddess who threw caution to the wind… Sheela-na-Gigs. With her vulva fully exposed, she would tease men to lay with her. While most men thought she was cray cray, the lucky few that accepted her invitation were in for a pleasant surprise. Sheela would whirl, twirl and magically transform herself into a drop-dead gorgeous woman. And to top it off, her lovers were rewarded with kingship.
Sheela-na-Gigs teaches us that often the best medicine is joy and laughter. She also shows us that to birth new life and opportunities, we need to live courageously with a hint of a smile.
The Celtic Triquetra is associated with Sheela-na-Gigs. Known as the never-ending symbol, it is three interlocking gateways representing the female vulva. It also symbolizes the union of the three realms; Earth, sea, and sky.
- Ocean Jasper
- May Chang or Litsea Cubeba
- Ylang ylang
- White willow bark
- Black cohosh