TRUETYME; The Clock App Every Woman Needs To Restore And Maintain Her Inner Harmony

Guest Post by Jackie Landsberg
July 26, 2012
From the dawn of puberty to the dusk of  menopause women have lived under the spell of  their hormones. In ancient times the moon was seen as a cosmic force which influenced women’s monthly cycles and even today the connection between the  phases of the moon and its effect on women’s fertility is being studied by scientists.

Our hormones make us who we are…child bearers influenced by the cycles of the moon and our own  inner circadian, biological clocks.

At the dawn of time our magical power was worshiped and understood. Sadly today diverse factors…the movement from goddess worship to  male dominated society, science and even some aspects of the modern feminist movement..have made us forget what we once instinctively knew.

Our bodies are ruled by the cycles of time.. the sun and the moon and our monthly menses. These are  facts that should be celebrated, not shoved under a rug and forgotten or treated by drugs which can often assault women’s bodies.

With this in mind, The BetterTymes for Women project created by Jackie and Yale Landsberg has created TrueTyme, a unique clock currently already available as an Android app and soon (per Launcht.org/campaign/detail/119 ) to also  be an i  Phone app.

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.

Looking at your TrueTyme  clock during the day and night will  reconnect you to your place in your local natural times, both sun time and moon time, while at the same time showing you conventional corporate time. By keying in your zip code or using your GPS to get your longitude and latitude, TrueTyme  shows your body where it is in relation to the real rising and setting of the sun and moon in your locality… acting as a GPS for your mind and body.

Throughout the day and night the sun and moon move through a colorful, naturally changing  sky allowing  you to see the whole picture of time instead of just hands and numbers on a static clock face.

More importantly for understanding your changing moods on a daily or even hourly basis, a special journaling feature allows you to enter and record individually selected criteria such as degrees of creativity, joy, alertness, sense of security

For more information on TrueTyme contact Jackie@Better.Tymes.com.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.