Today, I was invited out to an Art Gallery of an acquaintance of mine. Three of us girls got together and travelled about 40 min. to get there on this Sun. afternoon. It was such a lovely time as we gazed and praised the fine works of art.
April is a time when we witness new life. As we watch Mother Nature rebirth herself, it inspires us to a new sense of awakening. This month we will observe as the grass grows greener, the flowers bloom and the trees bud. And as women, we can relate to Mother Nature and the way she wishes to nourish us. In so many ways, she is there to support us. Just as we are, in fact, here to support our children and our families. As the Nurturer in the family, we are really called to this facet of our lives when we have children. As women, breast feeding is the way we nurture the most. And it is within this very act that we really begin to understand the depth of this action. Not only are we holding our child so close that the child can feel our warmth and hear our heart beat, but we are actually giving them life through nourishment. The mother’s milk contains colostrum, which is a strong immune builder and has vital vitamins. When breast feeding is no longer required, the nurturing aspect is not over. The breasts sit over our hearts, the chakra of love. This is where we hold our love for self and others and how we demonstrate that love. When the breasts become dis-eased we want to understand, “How did this happen?”. In the attached interview below, I discuss how the dis-ease begins. With this knowledge I will explore other issues that are also main contributing factors as to why cysts and other blockages happen and what we can do to help ourselves keep our breasts healthy. Watch for me once again on April 23rd, 2012 on Roger’s Daytime TV as I further explain the effects of chemical inhalants on the breasts. I will keep you updated in the following letters and announcements to follow.
Love is in the air.