Moon Time

Moon Time

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Moon time: A guide to celebrating your menstrual cycle is a book of empowerment to help you to find healing and learn to celebrate yourself as a woman. Personal, wise, gently humorous, warm and welcoming, it opens a dialogue on what is often a taboo subject. If you are looking for... * deeper harmony with yourself and your menstrual cycle * greater self-knowledge and self-acceptance * natural ways of dealing with PMT * rituals to express your feminine creativity * an enhanced relationship with your family at “that time of the month” * a way to balance your hectic life and your body's needs * positive language to describe your body and its functions * how to create a red tent or moon lodge * knowing how to celebrate you daughter's impending womanhood * a greater connection to nature's cycles, seasons and the moon You will find it here. Lucy Pearce shares her own personal story of being a cycling woman, woven in between the voices of menstrual educators and visionary teachers from around the world, all dedicated to bringing about greater understanding and self-acceptance for women and their moon time. Supplemented by spiritual insight and scientific research, this book provides a comprehensive, reflective and highly accessible, practical guide to being a cycling woman. The first book to document the Red Tent movement, this practical guidebook shares creative tools to help you celebrate your cycle: * rituals for self care * nutritional and herbal suggestions for supporting you through your cycle * spiritual/ wise woman insight into your cycle * creative projects * resources for charting your cycle * a large chapter of resources: books, websites, forums and videos Learning to celebrate your cyclical nature leads to a greater sense of ease, well being, physical and emotional comfort throughout the month. Lucy Pearce is a teacher of Woman-craft and creativity, a free-spirited freelance writer and mama to three young children, based in Ireland. She is the founder of a women's group and leads women's rituals and ceremonies. Recipient of the Writer’s Bureau runner up Writer of the Year 2010, she is a regular contributor to Modern Mum magazine, The Irish Examiner, JUNO and online to Rhythm of the Home and Wild Sister magazine. She is contributing editor at JUNO magazine.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 151.89 x 229.11 x 8.64mm | 222.26g
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1468056719
  • 9781468056716
  • 341,953

About Lucy H Pearce

Lucy Pearce is the author of four non-fiction books, including the Amazon #1 Best Seller The Rainbow Way: Cultivating Creativity in the Midst of Motherhood. She has a devoted following of women around the world who trust her approach to womanhood and have used her work to help them flourish in their own life, whether through her books, blog or teaching. "Life-changing" is a word that comes up again and again.
She has recently stepped down her role as contributing editor and columnist at JUNO magazine, where she worked for over 5 years, to focus on her writing career and new publishing company, Womancraft Publishing, an imprint of Lucent Word.
A freelance writer for seven years, her work has been published in: The Guardian, Irish Examiner, European Journal of American Culture, Positive News, Green Parent, Modern Mum and JUNO magazines. Lucy's writing has also been published in anthologies by BlogHer, TinyBuddha, Earth Pathways and Mother's Milk Books.
She is regularly approached by writers looking for publishing and marketing advice and for book endorsements, and is featured regularly on telesummits and in international media.
She runs two popular blogs: Dreaming Aloud and The Happy Womb; and guest posts for many top blogs including: Tiny Buddha, Studio Mothers, NetMums and Rhythm of the Home.
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