|Thank you for your workshop. I had a great time and have started to put things into practice. Prior to it I had already realised that I needed to have some type of downtime on my creative process, in fact it was my singing teacher who advised it...but don't think I'd really given myself the permission to do it. Just your simple diagram of the creative progress has really helped my mind to be at peace with this... I have also begun the process (of Cycle Awareness) and am already discovering lots of things. The main one is how intrinsically different elements are connected. It has only bought me closer to my voice and body, trying to accept where it is and work with it from there, rather than pushing it through the next hoop. I am developing a new approach to my practice, it begins with meditation, into the breathing, into the exercises, and then if needs be into any songs I'm working on. It is great to have the space to allow this process the time it needs, and it means I'm listening to my body as well as listening to what it can produce|
Your self-care guide to healing menstrual problems
Produced by Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer, Co-founders of Women’s Quest
In this booklet you will discover a new approach to women’s wellbeing based on the natural power of the menstrual cycle. When you combine this natural power with the other self–care approaches outlined here you will have the best foundation for healing your symptoms and creating wellbeing.
With care and patience it’s possible to reduce symptoms and experience a healthy menstrual cycle through natural means. This booklet outlines the key areas you need to attend to and many useful practices, tips and ways of thinking that can be very effective.
- How to use your menstrual cycle for healing
- The healing power of food
- Reduce your environmental load
- More ways to heal
- Your checklist for healing
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