Less sex??!!!

Disclaimer: Every relationship and person is unique. If you are trying to conceive, or have particular needs that met be expressed through intercourse, by all means proceed. Given the winter months, are a time of less sunlight, as previously discussed, curtailing activity is important for being in alignment with this season. This also includes, sexual… Continue reading Less sex??!!!

Honoring The Winter Solstice and Ourselves

Happy winter solstice! It is the day of the least amount of sunlight, thus the time of the most darkness. From an Chinese Medicine standpoint and it’s central tenet of yin and yang, darkness corresponds to yin, As women, we are yin, and as such it is a very powerful time for us. On this… Continue reading Honoring The Winter Solstice and Ourselves

A Hearty Winter’s Dinner

Dinner: Black Beans with Quinoa and Vegetables 2 cups black beans 4 cups quinoa olive oil 3 clove of garlic (diced) 1 container of mushrooms (cut into small pieces) 3 bunches of kale Soak the black beans over night. Slow cook for 4 hours in a crock pot. Alternatively, you can use organic canned black… Continue reading A Hearty Winter’s Dinner

Yummy Winter Lunch

Lunch: Winter Sunshine Soup is a recipe from Paul Pitchford’s Healing with Whole Foods: 1 cup yellow split peas (soaked overnight) 2 quarts of water 1 5 inch piece of kombu (soaked) 1/2 onion, cut in to small pieces 2 carrots cut into small pieces 1 cup winter squash diced 1/2 cup parsley, chopped 1/4… Continue reading Yummy Winter Lunch

Recipes for Food Lovers!

If you love food, like I do, you will enjoy the recipes that over the next few entries. These recipes emphasize whole foods, which are highly nutritious and thus excellent for your health. High quality grains are used, as lower quality can contribute to candida, which is a yoni enemy. The ingredients also help strengthen… Continue reading Recipes for Food Lovers!

Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 2 of 2)

As we approach winter, our environmental landscape changes, as well as our inner. Colder weather, means that the intake of warm foods, like soups and stews are important for our bodies. If you are a meat eater, this is a better time to consume meat, than let’s say summer, as our bodies need more heat… Continue reading Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 2 of 2)

Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 1 of 2)

After last month’s series about sex, this month we will discuss why as we approach winter you may want to consider having less sex for awhile. We also explore other ways to be in harmony with the upcoming season, for better overall and yoni health. Mother Earth shows us just what to do. From a… Continue reading Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 1 of 2)