Female Mystique - The 3 Phases of EveWhether you are a hormonal teen, menstruating woman, or menopausal wise woman, you will pass through each, and every phase, once a month, throughout your life; an integral aspect of the natural cycles, that govern all of life, on this planet. Our cycles are the rhythm of the universal dance. The menstrual cycle you’ve been encouraged to ignore, dismiss, dread, conceal, or suppress, is the foundation of your being. It helps to define who you are, your connection to self, other women, your partners, children, and every other aspect of your life.
Understanding the Moon, Your Mood and Your Health
Holy Hormones Journal: And there you have it. Science is finally beginning to realize just how much influence the moon has on our moods, our sleep patterns and our lives. And there is so much more to know. They are calling this a ‘circlunar’ clock. That is a great start – but one day, some Continue Reading …
Female Mystique: The Three Phases of Eve©
Women’s hormone cycles are not just a cyclical pain; they are our integral link to all the other cycles in life. Our cycles are so much more than hormones “raging” through our bodies. Your hormone cycle earns you the right to be a healer, a spiritualist, and a wise woman, respected by all. Living with your cycle instead of against it or denying it - gives you the freedom to “be”; to laugh, to cry, to change your mind, your career, your relationship or lifestyle and to know the reason why!
HorMoon Awareness Guide™ for Menstrual Cycle/Emotion Awareness
I created a HorMoon Awareness Guide to help women understand the significance of their menstrual cycle in relation to the lunar cycle. Of course, the menstrual cycle does not always follow the lunar cycle - but this guide will help you understand your emotions in relation to the phases of the cycle.
TRUETYME; The Clock App Every Woman Needs To Restore And Maintain Her Inner Harmony
TrueTyme allows users to see at a glance both the sun and the moon above or below the horizon during corresponding periods of day and night is a modern time piece embracing the primordial knowledge modern society has forgotten.
The Divine Mother Returns
I AM your Mother, your Divine Mother Goddess, The-All-That-Is, I AM everything and Beyond. My children, as I AM your Mother you understand that your whole existence depends on Me, because I AM the One, the Substance from which you are created.
Native American Rites of Passage Honoring Womanhood
In today’s American culture, the onset of menstruation in young women has lost most of the luster it once carried. Many young women still think of their first menstruation as a rite of passage into womanhood, but it’s not considered an experience to be celebrated, or to broadcast – just the opposite, in fact.
The Turtle – Symbol of the Primal Mother and Power of Female Energies
"Turtle is the oldest symbol for the Earth...To the Native Americans,Turtle is the symbol of the primal mother, associated with the lunar cycle, menstruation, and the power of the female energies."
Ancient Wisdom: Menstruation and the Lunar Cycle
Some believe that it is possible for a woman to have two fertile times during her menstrual cycle: the first occurring when she ovulates and the second according to her lunar phase fertility period.
Tuesday Venus Transit Ushers in the ‘Solar Feminine’
This inner turmoil manifests many other ways, including lack of sensitivity for the Earth (the consequence of which is often accurately described as rape). Nearly all of the most potent toxins of industry attack the female reproductive system first, though we're all soaking in an ocean of hormone-disruptive chemicals and all feeling the effects to some degree.
Evidence of Ancient Twin Cultures on Both Sides of the Pacific
One of the greatest archaeological riddles—and one of the grossest academic omissions—of our time is the untold story of the parallel ruins left by two seemingly unrelated ancient civilizations: the ancient Mayans on one side of the Pacific Ocean and the ancient Balinese on the other. The mysterious and unexplained similarities in their architecture, iconography, and religion are so striking and profound that the Mayans and Balinese seem to have been twin civilizations—as if children of the same parent. Yet, incredibly, this mystery is not only being ignored by American scholars, it’s being suppressed.