THE SACRED POWER OF MENSTRUAL BLOOD
Menstrual Blood used to be the most Sacred substance on Earth, and now science is discovering its incredible healing powers… (This post adapted from information provided by Seren Swannesha Bertrand…
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The Secret Power Of Your Period Revealed – MyTinySecrets
Menstruation - A truly sacred time for a woman to tap into her feminine power, fertility, creativity and nurturing spirit. Learn the 7 Ways how to tap into the secret power of your menstruation.
xicanisma: “ The Menstrual Cycle is an alchemical process within itself during which every woman who bleeds goes through a transformation, herself. To menstruate means to live through a cyclical...
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In traditional Apache culture, the most important Ceremonial event for women is the 'coming of age' Ceremony, or Isanaklesh Gotal. This four-day ceremony endows young women with the power of Isanaklesh, the female Apache deity. The Ritual transforms the girl to a Woman and teaches her the responsibilities she must meet as a good Apache woman. This is also know as the 'Menarche Ritual'
Does Popular Media reaffirm the Menstrual Taboo? - Menstrupedia Blog
I remember being very confused when I used to watch sanitary napkin commercials as a child. Irrespective of the brand, the format of these commercials was more or less the same: two or more women would speak in hushed tones about a daag (stain) which would then be followed by a demonstration of the absorbency...Read More