I’ve just returned from a wonderful two days in circle in Glastonbury with Jane Hardwicke Collings, a Shamanic Midwife from Australia. Two beautiful days with beautiful women at the fabulous Chalice Well.
As I land back at home I am processing lots of lovely orders and this week we are talking about the options for washable pads. We have lots of choices here at Moon Times, there is bound to be something to suit you, and as ever, if you’re not sure, get in touch and we’ll guide you through.
I am loving the wool! I had my wool pad on all day on day 2 of my heavy period and kept forgetting I was having a period. It was like walking on air. Thank you so much. Donna, Nottingham
I couldn’t believe how soft and comfortable they were! No more rubbing, sticky bits or rustling sounds! And they look lovely too, they are a pleasure to use. Ruth, Bristol
I love my washable pads- for me they are about getting away from the attitude of ‘stick in a tampon and forget you’re bleeding’ and more about honouring your menstruation and the earth. I love watering my garden with my moon blood (from soaking my pads)- I make the whole ritual a sacred ceremony-it’s a beautiful thing to connect to your cycle, the moon and the earth…and to other women. Sarah, Liverpool
So where do you start? Well, how about the Organic Starter Set?
Or are you a crafty type and fancy making your own?
Why not have a browse through the Cloth Pad section at the site, there’s a few nice sets on Sale, when they’re gone they’re gone!
If you fancy something really different, soft, fluffy, comfortable try our organic felted wool pads, every single design is unique, give your yoni a hug!
As ever I have written plenty on the blog about cloth pads, perhaps this article will answer some of your questions. Questions I get all the time about cloth pads!
I’ve also just published one about Pads…and Stains and just as I was publishing this Karin Chandler over at Red Wisdom Hearth wrote a lovely blog post on the same subject, so with her permission we have it as guest post this week.
In other news I’m really excited to say that Thirteen Moons is now available in the US. You can purchase via Paula Youmell or Amazon. I’d love to know what my US readers think of it, do drop me a line.
If you would like to know more about Jane Hardwicke Collings then check out www.moonsong.com.au for further information. She is planning to return to the UK next year and lead her one year Four Seasons Journey, training to work with the Women’s Mysteries. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the training brochure.
Have a beautiful week!