Love Being a Woman and How to Enjoy Your Cycle

Love Being a Woman and How to Enjoy Your Cycle

This is the month of appreciating our womanly cycle and all the things that come with that. I know how easy it is to hate-on our bodies and to hate-on having endometriosis. It is a tough condition to deal with. Today, I want to share a different view on being a woman and how we can appreciate and love where we are at.

I have interviewed Audrey from Lotus Power Health to give us some new ideas to explore around our womanly cycle and having endometriosis. She is also an endo sister!

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I love the idea of working with our cycle and accepting that there are gifts within every part of that cycle. As a woman, I think we are often tempted to compete as men, in a man’s world (as they say). Why can’t we compete as women in our world?

Explore some of these ideas for yourself:

  • Notice how you feel at different times of the month. Do you have more energy at the beginning, middle or end?
  • Work with your cycle and notice if it shifts your levels of pain with having endometriosis.
  • Explore the beauty of being a woman with some books about appreciating yourself.

What has been your experience with having endometriosis, being a woman and any connections to releasing angst around these topics? Do you feel that there is a connection?

Would love you to share any thoughts and personal experiences to help others or to explore your own connections.

 

Big hugs and healing,

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One Comment to Love Being a Woman and How to Enjoy Your Cycle

  1. I have been struggling with endometriosis for years now, but just grasping that I am dealing with it. This was very encouraging to hear. I have developed a hate relationship with my female organs and my body as I don’t know when I will have a flare up. I would like to understand more how I can accept my endo and my female cycle.

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