When my daughter lived at home, we both had issues with our periods not starting. She has moved out and her period started and she is regular. I on the other hand still live in the house and still have not started. My body does all the function of starting a period but it doesn’t start. What does one do and start?
Hi Kelly, It’s always nice to hear from you and thanks for the question.
The energy of the SW of any building or house has to do with not only the head female but also the menstrual cycle; however, North has to do with blood. Since your daughter, after moving out was able to resume a normal schedule, it is likely energies within your home are causing issues. There’s also your personal energy — does the home, SW, or North support you, or even females in general.
To your question on what to do or start – I wish there was a quick answer to your dilemma. The energy in your home needs to be assessed (not just the directions I’ve mentioned, but all of it because energy works holistically), an action plan developed (how to influence the energy), and then implemented.
So what does one do? When it comes to health and wellness, if it doesn’t exist, it affects all aspects of our lives, thus, obtain a consult.
How do you start? You came to the right place and I’d love to help.
Hello, I recently moved to a new house and since moving here my cycle which used to be 28days has shortened by almost a week.
Hi Sarah, Thank you for writing! If you are still experiencing issues — look to the SW; meaning SW for the yard, SW of the house, and SW of your bedroom. SW rules menstrual cycles. Too, South rules circulation so investigate that too. A consult would serve you best because it diagnoses the energy; but Plan B is address clutter and ensure what is in the SW and South (art, furniture) represents flow, joy, and makes you happy. Especially the SW, it should represent your throne or palace — treat it like the queen you deserve to be. Hope this helps and thank for following me. Diana