Pain and symptoms are your body’s last resort in getting your attention. Today I share how to start learning the language of your body so you can communicate with it effectively. Your body is always speaking to you – the question is, are you listening?
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“Why is my body doing this to me?”
Do you sometimes find yourself thinking that or a similar thought?
You’re not alone! The narratives we’re collectively fed in the societies we live in, set you up against your body from the start, creating separation and deep wounding within.
But pain and other symptoms are actually your body’s last resort in getting you to listen.
I often tell my clients (and friends and anyone who wants to listen to me raving about cycle awareness and embodied cyclical living) “Your body is always right!”
But how do you know what it’s actually trying to tell you?
In this episode I share the foundation for learning to speak the language of your body, so you can start communicating with it effectively and build a unique and supportive relationship that’s going to last for life.
I dive into:
- Why it is so hard to understand your body in the first place
- How you’ve been set at war with your body from the get go
- A simple approach to cycle charting, so you can learn to speak the language of your body
- My educational series on the four phases of the cycle that I’ll roll out next week
Resources I mentioned:
Podcast “Are you taking care of your body or are you having a relationship with her?“
If you want to learn how to start communicating with your body, take my free Cycle Charting course here.
And if you experience menstrual health conditions like painful periods, PMS/PMDD, endometriosis, PCOS, irregular cycles, know that as a Menstrual Health Coach I help you address them in a natural and holistic way at their root cause (so without surgery or hormones), for a happy healthy bleeding experience. If you want to take your menstrual health into your own hands, book a call and let’s chat or send me an email, if you prefer a written conversation.