Honoring my cyclic nature. Honoring my period.
I grew up believing my period was a shamefull thing. Something to hide. Something to be ashamed of.
I grew up and lived for a long time with the notion that period is something I have to endure, hide and change and ideally completely stop with the pills. Pretend that it's not actually happening every month for 3-5 days.
It was not because my mother told me so. It simply was like that. Nobody told me differently. The movies, books, comercials, teachers, classmates... everyone and everything suggested that my menstruation is something very personal and it is better to pretend that it doesn't exist.
It is. Highly personal.
It is unbelievably painfull.
It is utterly uncomfortable.
But it is not something to be ashamed of.
It is not to be hidden from the world.
It is not to be stopped and eliminated.
It is natural, beautiful and part of being an empowered women. The true self.
It's time to honor the period. The cyclic nature of women. The magickal power connected to our bleeding. Accept the connection with the Moon and her cycles.
I suffer every month. Unthinkable pain. My mind is loosing it every month. My feelings are going nuts.
I am useless, terrible and hurting person every 28 days for at least 5 days.
And that is good.
That is nature.
Accepting it means less pain, less struggle, less tabu.
Honor your period.
Read about it.
Learn about it.
Love it. (I know it HURTS)
And talk about it. With your sisters, daughters, friends, with yourself.
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