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Divine feminity and nourish your yin

Divine feminity and nourish your yin.

I woke up this morning and it was the first day of my moon cycle.

I was encouraged to slow down.

I was very drawn inward and wanted to celebrate it for the first time ever, so I instinctively lit an orange candle in ceremony of my divine feminity and a way to nourish my yin.

I continued to journal as I do upon waking every morning and typically I sip on my coffee, but not today it didn't feel in alignment with nourishing my yin, so instead I made a cup of turmeric tea.

I then meditated and practiced reiki as I do every morning under the light of the orangle candle.

Everything about this experience was beautiful.

I continued forward gently by practicing a gentle restorative moon flow using the support of a bolster that I have memorized out the 12 weeks of practice with Rodney Ye.

In a world of overdoing and masculine energy it is important for us women to honor the cycle of our moon, nourish our yin, and connect with our divine feminity.

I hope…

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