{Editor’s Note: This blog is part 2 of a 3 part series that discusses Many Moons with Ajeet Kaur. You can check out Part 1 here, and Part 3 here.}

Food is one of our greatest healers.

As women, our hormones are very sensitive to everything we eat, drink and feel. To live in our naturally balanced and healthy state we must live with awareness of what we let into our space, how we are nourishing ourselves, and what our bodies, minds and spirits are hungry for.

IN WEEK 3 OF MANY MOONS,

WE WILL NOURISH OUR BODIES WITH LIFE-AFFIRMING CHOICES

Healing Foods For Women

Mother Earth gives us everything we need in order to nourish and heal our bodies. In Many Moons, Ajeet offers simple, nutritious recipes that you can incorporate into your daily life that will support your hormonal balance, digestive system, and overall health and well being. Here are just a few provided in this course:
  • Golden Milk
  • Yogi Tea
  • Moody Mama Smoothie
  • Ojas Building Date Milk
  • Cumin, Coriander & Fennel Tea
  • Kitchari
  • Moon Cycle & New Mama Almonds

 

Optional 4-Day Cleanse

So many diets and cleanses you hear about these days are so hard on our bodies. They leave deficiencies in the body and can throw it completely out of balance, releasing large amounts of toxins into the system in a short amount of time. This type of cleanse may have its benefits, but can leave you feeling lethargic, cranky and ill. In Many Moons, Ajeet offers an optional 4 day cleanse that is much more feminine in nature. It is full of delicious fruits, vegetables, nuts and fiber to gently nourish and rebalance your system. What better time than now to nurture yourself with life-giving foods, examining your relationship to what you choose to put into your body, all the while surrounded by the love and care of your sisters around the world?

 

WHAT AJEET’S STUDENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT MANY MOONS

“Many Moons – A loving, warm and sacred space to remember our nature, connect with our cycles and the great gifts of living in a woman’s body. A sacred circle to pray with the hearts of women from all over the world.” – Gabylu, Course Participant

 

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