Coming-of-Age Ceremonies as Preventive Medicine
DeAnna L'am, Author of Becoming Peers—Mentoring Girls into Womanhood
Original Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010

Download MP3 Audio File Here (13.6 MB)

Seeing menstruation as "the curse" pre-disposes women to ailments such as PMS, cervix cancer, and other reproductive-related diseases. On the other hand, embracing your cycle as a wellspring of monthly renewal is "preventive medicine at its finest!" as Dr. Christiane Northrup wrote about DeAnna's pioneering work. Coming-Of-Age ceremonies to welcome yourself into womanhood (regardless of your age) and to welcome your daughter (when she starts cycling) are the best antidotes for a life fraught with PMS, low self-esteem, sexual insecurities, and physical disease. Join DeAnna for an evening of inspiration, and learn how to start orchestrating such preventive shifts of consciousness for your own, and your daughter's benefit!

DeAnna L'am (B.A.) is the author of Becoming Peers—Mentoring Girls Into Womanhood, and creator of THE M.A.I.D.E.N. ACTS: 5-Steps To Making Coming-Of-Age Easier, and Womanhood Richer. Her pioneering work has been transforming girls' and women's lives around the world for over 20 years. DeAnna helps women enrich their life at ANY age, inspires Moms, Grandmas, Aunts, and all women with a special girl in their life—to become empowering role models for their girls, and trains women to hold Red Tents in their communities. Visit her at: .

<< Back