"You do not have mood swings.
You are lunar rhythmic."
— Suzanne McQueen, Red Tent Global Summit, February 2015
Your Inner-Knowing Beckons & Awaits You.4 Seasons in 4 Weeks (4s4w) is a symbolic journey through the 28 days of the female hormonal experience. It reveals a logical, holistic, and predictable blueprint for feeling great on a regular basis, communicating well, making your best decisions, and knowing what to do when life gets overwhelming—a remarkable navigational system that can be tapped into throughout a woman’s lifetime, even beyond menopause.
By breaking down the cycle into 4 guided weeks, showing how each week prepares for the next, women all over the world are quickly getting the hang of detecting and aligning with what their primal bodies already know—the monthly lunar rhythm encoded within their own feminine design. It’s not rocket science and it’s no mystery. It's sacred geometry—a natural rhythm that mimics all other natural rhythms in the universe.
It’s what I believe women used to understand well and help each other with before they lost their language and culture to patriarchy. It's the source of female instincts, hormone intelligence, and core power. I feel strongly that reclaiming, living by, and loving this monthly body clock that regulates our womb wisdom is the needed missing piece to our true gender empowerment and personal sovereignty.
By tracking your natural rhythm for reasons beyond fertility (cycling women begin with their periods and non-cycling begin with the new moon) you’ll begin to undo and drop the negativity that society has programmed you to believe about your female body and ways, while allowing your core feminine intelligence and ruling wisdom to surface.~ Suzanne
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