During menopause, some women may experience hot flashes, sleep disturbances, mood swings, anxiety, stress, fatigue, muscle and joint pain, osteoporosis, or heart disease, among other discomforts. Stress is known to trigger some of the common menopausal disorders.
Today I want to share with you some rituals that make me feel like the goddess that I am. They are very easy to follow, and I am sure they will reconnect you with your inner goddess, the one who loves and accepts herself unconditionally and enjoys to the fullest every minute that life gives us.
Menopause is a personal transition period that can be difficult, but it also should be considered a time for personal reflection. It is a phase where the benchmarks and values adopted so far may undergo changes. Adopting a clear attitude that allows us to discern between what works and what no longer works, can provide ease in this process, and help us to avoid quality of life changes.
A young woman named Kashkai had been wandering near and far in her pursuit to explore the depths of her being. She gained experiences through various sexually liberating meditation programs and communed with many lovers. She realized we are all looking for something beyond the tangible world of sensations, but what is that sublime space, spoken of so eloquently by the Tantra Masters? What is the mysterious space of eternal love and oneness we are all looking for? What is this alluring intangible search?
Self-esteem is a series of perceptions, evaluations, feelings, and assessments that are directed towards oneself.
Self-esteem has its origin in thought, and in turn, cultivates the emotions and feelings that we have of ourselves. This will nourish or destroy our self-esteem and as a consequence, it is possible that it affects the value of ourselves and therefore, as others do perceive us.