Cheryl Richardson and Dr Northrup Teach Self-Care for Women in Boston, MA

These are some of the points that were mentioned by Dr. Christiane Northrup during her seminar in Boston, MA.

The period between age 40 and age 55 is a time when a woman becomes the “Queen of Herself.” It’s an inward phase of starting over when all that you haven’t dealt with comes up to be addressed.

The mind can stay engaged with data forever but it’s the heart that actually instigates change.

There is no illness that is incurable.

Divine Love is the most powerful healing force of all.

Women report having the best sex in their sixties and seventies.

Just because you have a uterus and breasts does not mean you are biologically designed to do grocery shopping.

The era of the “Battle of the Sexes” is coming to an end and we are now focused on learning how to effectively work together.

Menstrual blood is loaded with stem cells.

The issue of this century is educating women and girls. It’s the one thing that will make the planet green, stabilize the economy, and put an end to terrorism and war.

We must die to the outmoded ways of behaving that no longer work for us in order to truly live.

Every thought you think and every emotion you feel changes your hormones.

Illness is the only acceptable form of Western meditation.

Next year, she will be revising her first book, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. Be sure to get yourself a copy and empower yourself by learning how to take care of your body.

This was taken from Cheryl Richardson’s blog at http://tinyurl.com/yjsxv72

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