Cycle Charting Book from Moon Times
For women who want to chart their cycle naturally: Includes information on your cycle, your hormonal changes throughout the month, natural methods to chart your fertility and has a 400 page journal to guide you through your cycle! Book includes moon mala beads.
Tuning in and listening to your body is the key to self empowerment and well being!
This set including journal and moon malas provide an interactive tool to enable you to understand how your cycle and body are influenced by your hormones and the ebb and flow of the moons cycles.
“Give yourself time to tune in and reclaim your cyclic nature. Write a short journal entry everyday. The rewards for doing this are beyond measure. You’ll feel connected to life in a whole new way, with increase respect for yourself and your magnificent hormones.” Dr Christiane Northrup
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A valuable book for all women, young and old!
Moon Times® Cycle Charting Journal and Moon Malas are created by Rachael Crow (Hertogs)
This book is a ‘not for profit publication’- any profits made go to insuring free books, pads and information go out to schools, girls and women’s groups.
Cover design by Suzi Edwards-Goose
Moon Malas’ are a string of mala beads coloured to help you identify the days in your menstrual cycle where you are likely to become pregnant if you have unprotected sex.
Moon Malas are used along side the Moon Times Cycle Charting Journal.
RED mala beads mark the days you are not likely to become pregnant
CLEAR mala beads mark the days you are most likely to become pregnant.
Moon Cycle Malas can
o Assist you in understanding and connecting with your body
o Assist you in learning to track your menstrual cycle
o Assist your partner in feeling more involved in family planning
Moon Cycle Malas are based on the method of family planning that works for women who have cycles between 26 and 32 days.
Disclaimer: The Moon times Cycle Charting Journal and mala beads should not be used to replace contraceptives, as it cannot be guaranteed to be accurate. It is not a contraceptive device. It is intended to represent the “average” cycle, and to be used by women interested in tracking their cycles. Using the journal and mala beads to help prevent pregnancy is done so at your own risk.