August 18, 2017
Dione Anguiano said that the activity will be held tomorrow, Saturday, at 10:00 hours on the Shaft 6 and the Peripheral, to the height of the Unit Habitacional Vicente Guerrero.
The head delegation of Iztapalapa, Dione Anguiano, said that at the request of the collective of women, tomorrow will be the first activity mass of healing (meditation) of the uterus.
“It is a guided meditation, we will be sitting in chairs, the fellow with a sound will be leading this meditation and from there we’re going to do this ritual which is for women with problems and without problems, only to assume their role in society and start to clean our body with this meditation that will last about 40, 45 minutes the first and then enter the other partner Russian, it is a shaman who, through their drum is making a guided meditation for women to be able to understand our role in the society,” he said.
In a telephone interview to the program “Shanik in Formula” said the activity will be held tomorrow, Saturday, at 10:00 hours on the Shaft 6 and the Peripheral, to the height of the Unit Habitacional Vicente Guerrero.
“We invite all women, primarily women of the delegation Iztapalapa, to which, through a cleaning process and an activity that we will do collectively, a healing guided of cleaning of the uterus, we’re going to be able to women to recognize ourselves in our being, to recognize our feminine energy,” he said.
Also, he said, will inaugurate 29 mandalas, symbols, and drawings that have to do with the feminine energy in buildings the drive to Vicente Guerrero.
“We are going to inaugurate these murals were groups of young people here in the Iztapalapa delegation, and that along this corridor are specified how to go about acquiring this feminine energy of the women in this patriarchal system, where there is a lot of violence to women, we want to begin these activities, in addition to that of a co-ordinated way we are working with them to prevent violence against women,” she said.
The delegate Dione Anguiano Mentioned that they expect the attendance of more than two thousand women.