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And the winner is: Lily Alayne Owen 
Win a copy of this beautiful book, Moon Mysteries by Nao Sims and Nikiah Seeds. I have a copy, and it's much loved. All about womanhood, connection to the moon and menstruation!

Here is a review from the lovely ladies at Luna Pads.

"Nao and Nikiah have crafted a deep yet accessible narrative, interweaving soundly researched medical and historical information with their own powerful stories, bravely shared. Taken alongside Eyan’s evocative and magical watercolor images, Moon Mysteries is a delicious dive into a new appreciation of our connection with nature, the divine feminine, creativity and the magic and mystery of our fertility cycles."   Madeleine Shaw & Suzanne Siemans, Founders, LunaPads.com

I was so inspired by this book that I took this photo, in Prince Edward Island, Canada in the chilly light of the moon. It's hard to tell, but that is a beautiful red woven baby carrier in my hands and a very ripe moon (I was menstruation and celebrating that even though we've yet to become pregnant, I have a strong connection with the moon).

 


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Sarah Cowan-Peckham
11/29/2012 6:49pm

This book sounds amazing! I've always been curious about the moon and women's cycles!

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chelsea
11/29/2012 7:15pm

sounds like a great book would love to win it

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Jennifer Laur
11/29/2012 7:18pm

i've gained an appreciation for my body. many see their cycle as a burden, but i think its pretty damn neat!

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11/29/2012 7:19pm

I would love love love to win this book :) My moon time always brings me deep inner stillness yet the few weeks before my inner wild woman runs free!

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Liz
11/29/2012 7:19pm

I've been itching to get my hands on a copy of this book! Learning to slow down, look inward and care for yourself, especially during menstruation, is something that has been so valuable to me in my life.

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Lily
11/30/2012 5:16am

One positive thing-- Connection with the earth, moon, nature, other women, the ability to give birth... DEEP CONNECTION.

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Katie Fitz
11/30/2012 8:04am

I would LOVE this book!!

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Rehmy
12/01/2012 5:50am

I would love to win this book, I've been looking forward to reading it.

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Gina
12/01/2012 3:57pm

This book looks amazing! What a beautiful way to celebrate the feminine,

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Gina
12/01/2012 3:59pm

One thing I'vew learned from my cycles is that everything is cyclical... and all thing come round 'again. That we are so tied in to the rythm of the world we are part of is reassuring of our place in the world.

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12/01/2012 8:49pm

Without my cycle I never would have carried and birthed two beautiful children.

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Jessie
12/03/2012 9:56am

I have called my period 'my moon time' for many years and watch the moon cycles in relation to my fertility.

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Suzanne
12/04/2012 4:08pm

I REALLY want to win this amazing book <3

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tami
12/09/2012 4:59am

Tidal....<3

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