3 Level of Awareness

What Menopause? Self Awareness Part 2

“The quality of your health and wellbeing is dependent upon the level of self awareness and understanding of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, actions, reactions, behaviour affecting the state of your mind, your body, heart and soul” ~Estelita DC Pearce~ The 3 levels of awareness: 1. Conscious – the quality or state of awareness, being aware […]

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What Menopause? Self Awareness Part 1

What Self Awareness? For 22years, I suffered from dysmenoprrhoea (period pain) with accompaying symptoms as in sensitivity, reactivity, irritation, frustration, constipation, depression. WHY? I had no awareness, self awareness about my physical body’s mental & emotional bodies, nor was I aware of the major role and the power I have in affecting the balance betwen […]

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Self Awareness through Yoga practice

Self Awareness – Key to Healing and Transformation

Carl Jung said “Until the Unconscious becomes Conscious, it will direct your life and you’ll think it’s fate”. What is Self Awareness? Self-awareness is the capacity for introspection and the ability to recognise oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals. Self Awareness is becoming aware of who you are  from the inside out […]

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Psychological distress in menopause

The psychological distress in menopause as in worry, anxiety, fear, depression aggravates menopause symptoms, adding burden to biological changes taking place in peri-menopause, during menopause & post menopausal women. Women’s ability, flexibility and adaptability in managing their psychological distress vary and most important is women’s positive / negative attitude toward’s the experience of menopause. In […]

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Menopause and Weight Gain

Menopause and weight gain seem to creep in more often to women on menopause. Studies shows that though hormonal imbalance contribute to changes in body composition and fat distribution, it does not cause weight gain. The studies focussed on the question of weather midlife weight gain is simply a function of age or due to hormonal changes […]

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Flaxseed reduced Hot Flashes by 50%

Hot Flashes Halved in Preliminary Study of Ground Flaxseed In August 30, 2007 – research study from Mayo Clinic makes Flaxseed looks like an attractive alternative to hormone replacement therapy fo women having hot flashes and menopause symptoms. It was a small study, and not blind or placebo controlled, but it offers enough promise to […]

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Balance Way – ” Yin/Yang in Menopause ”

The Human body’s physiology is in a perpetual state of change from balance to unbalance.  A balanced state is defined as Equilibrium from the latin word “aequilībrium” – meaning equipoise, steadiness or stability. This condition is a state of rest or balance due to the equal action of opposing forces.  In Chinese philosophy balance is […]

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