Carlotta Mastrojanni is an author and healer based in Ojai, CA. She supports women on their journey of Creation from conception to birth. Founder of The Medicine Woman community, Carlotta weaves modern and ancestral wisdom on empowerment, sexuality and birth practices. She aims to forge a new way to heal the feminine lines of wounding and restore connection to the masculine. Her book The Modern Medicine Woman: A Path to Wholeness, is today’s guide to healing through the power of Inner Alchemy. It is a groundbreaking system to ignite your inner orgasmic life force, so you can create with sustaining and loving personal power. Carlotta teaches and leads workshops in Europe and the US, returning to her beloved home in the Valley of the Moon, where she lives with her husband and son.
My Goal of the Day: Read and learn something new.
My Thought of the Day: Love
My Action of the Day: Completing a new chapter of my book.
My Deed of the Day: Inspiration
My Tip of the Day: Sing your heart out!
My Pic of the Day: Preparing for an event at our newly opened Medicine Woman Center in Ojai with my dear friend Tara Swasti.
A Day in My Life:
What do you love most about Your City?
The stars and the grounded stillness of the night over the topa topa hills.
Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant?
Blueberry smoothie with Maca and cacao nibs. On a special day, Italian Chocolate cake at Rainbow Bridge.
What are you doing at:
6:00 AM –Just beginning to wake and sneak out of bed to meditate at my altar.
10:00 AM – Sitting down for my morning writing session.
12:00 PM - Favorite Lunch spot/meal?
Food Harmonics Dosa and sweet potato brownie
7:00 PM - Nursing my one year old son to sleep.
11:00 PM – Definitely sleeping too nowadays!
What drink do you need to get through the day and at the end (and how many)?
Water, water and more water…
Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account?
@wildbornproject @matrizmidwife @majesticdisorder
What should everyone try at least once?
My grandmother’s Melanzane alla Parmiggiana
Where do you enjoy getting lost?
Rocky landscapes and caves, preferably near large bodies of water.