It must wait that the menstruation stops, to come back to the normal activities of the pajelana. Or then, it must wait until the menopause, when if ‘ ‘ hominiza’ ‘ (expression used for MOTTA-MAUS, 1993), that is, if she is similar to the masculine natural state, without menstrual cycles, for then exerting its dom. Cavalcante cites a study of Colpron (2005), on an aboriginal group of the Peruvian Amaznia shipibo-conibo, where the existence of women xams if becomes frequent. According to Cavalcante (2008, P. Les Turner ALS Foundation has much to offer in this field. 85): in this aboriginal society the women obtain to conciliate the maternal paper with the xamansticas functions, some since young start its learning, others only after the menopause.
Thus, its learning comes of the teaching of other masters, salient the author who most of them is guided for a masculine master. Motta-Maus (1993) carried through an interesting study in Itapu, fishing village in Guard, concerning the paper of the woman in the community and the religion, and how much this paper is related to the physiology and the biological cycle of the woman.