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Autumn Equinox PMS and Menopause Wild Flow Podcast

Autumn equinox, PMS and Perimenopause.

Did you know that Autumn Equinox is linked to PMS and Menopause, and how you experience one is a mirror of how you expereince them all? This week in the southern hemisphere it’s Autumn Equinox, also known as Mabon, on 21st March. I’m sharing the traditional and spirutual meaning of equinox, and how gives us clues to have better pre-menstrual and peri-menopause experiences, and how to live cyclically. 

Autumn is a season of letting go – which we might be fully ready to embrace, or be fearful or reticent of it’s approach. All clues! Tune in for what opportunities Autumn brings us to live a more wholesome, cyclical and sustainable life, as well as the deeper clues to come into right relationship with our body, our cycle, our truth and our power as wild feminine queens. 

tune in to hear:

I’m detailing:

  1. What Autumn Equinox is and how to celebrate it,

  2. Mabon and the harvest,
  3. How to work out how you feel about Autumn and why its important to understand this if you’re trying to heal your cycle especially,

  4. The problems that can come up for us around Autumn time, both in the year, pre-menstrual time and peri-menopause from a whole cycle point of view,

  5. Reflections to sit with for self-enquiry, and how to set intentions for healing this season, and

  6. Tips, rituals and resources for helping you to embrace your Autumn and Challenger self in your life, health, relationships and business. 

If you struggle with your Autumn energy this is one for you, and if its one you embrace – I hope this helps you love it and ritualise it even more. 

Blessings on this equinox!

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Charlotte: This time is a calling when we’re forced to see the truth or harvest of who we are now, where we have been, and to see where we’re headed. So, it takes guts, takes courage and bravery to look at that and also to open up and to embrace this coming season of life. We can come into right relationship with our cyclical nature and our inner wild feminine power to find balance and so we can let go of all that’s holding us back, that’s silencing us, what’s dragging us down, keeping us small, and what’s ripping us further apart from our true nature.

Welcome to the Wild Flow podcast with me, Charlotte Pointeaux, an award-winning menstrual cycle coach and priestess and the founder of First Moon Circle School. I guide women to honour and embrace their sacred cycles in their life, leadership, and business. Let’s say hi to more ease and flow by co creating with your body. And goodbye to struggle and burnout. This podcast features soul enriching conversations inspiring you to love your cycle, lead as a sacred leader, and grow a life and business that serves you by harnessing cyclical life and business practices. Join me and other changemakers, thought leaders and wise women to embrace and embody your Wild Flow.

Hey, welcome to Wild Flow with me, Charlotte. It’s lovely to have you here. So, let’s just take a moment before we dive into this episode all about autumn and the pre-menstrual phase and PMs and the menopause transition and how autumn equinox is a mirror of all these places in the cycles.

Let’s just take a moment to drop into our own bodies and our own cycles and see where we’re at. So just breathing in with me, wherever you are, wherever you’re listening, taking those breaths, dropping down into your body and softening and letting your awareness land within your body, deep into your pelvic bowl around your womb space. And just notice if you have a menstrual cycle, just notice whereabouts in that cycle you are right now. You might know the day exactly. You might know whereabouts-ish. You might just know which week or even which half of your cycle. And that’s fine.

You might not have any idea, actually, and have to really stop and think about it. All good, no pressure. Just feel into how you feel today. What is alive for you? What are the feelings that you’re feeling, sensations in your body?

What’s your energy level and what have your thoughts been like today?

Positive? Optimistic? Negative? Wobbly? Solid? Unsure? Expansive? Resilient? Or a bit crumbly whatever it is, acknowledging with no judgment, not labelling and welcoming all of yourself today, the parts that you call good, the parts that you feel bad about, just letting go of all those labels and loving on all of you, welcoming all of you, all parts of you just take a moment to give great thanks to you and yourself and your body.

So, as I record this, I’m circle day ten and I’m in my spring and I’m feeling like my body has lots of energy to do. I feel like I could very easily do and forget to eat lunch, forget to go to the toilet. Even at this sort of time in my cycle, it’s like I could just push on through, like just barricading myself into big work, big energy, big getting all the things done and just overriding myself entirely. I actually feel a bit tired as well, though, in my brain. And yeah, I’ve not had as much sleep over the last few days. I was solo parenting for four nights and I had children up in the night and they’re always up early.

Yeah, I just feel a bit tired. And I really know that at this point in my cycle, if I don’t slow down and take, stop and nurture myself come my autumn time of this cycle, I will be cranky and exhausted, not a happy camper. So, it’s all in how I manage my springtime.

This is the time when I can really screw myself over for the rest of my cycle, so I do have to be careful. So how about you? Where are you at? What are you feeling? What do you need? And from that place, let’s dive into this episode. So, this week we have got the autumn equinox here in the southern hemisphere. So, Thursday, 21 March, is officially Equinox. And equinox, if you don’t know, equi is equal and nox is night in Latin. So, it’s the balance of day and night, the balance of light and dark. So, the days are as long as the nights are, but from that point onwards, the nights will start going to start being longer than the days. So, in the northern hemisphere, just to say it’s actually the spring equinox, so obviously the opposite side and equinox there being the point of equal day and night. And it’s the tipping point from having longer nights to having longer days. And I’m sure that’s very welcome in the northern hemisphere and here in the southern hemisphere, we’re at that point where the sun crosses the celestial equator. And that is what causes this equal day length. And in the traditional or what’s known as the pagan wheel of the year. This point is one of the eight traditional points around the wheel, around the year that were agricultural milestones and markers, really. But just they’re observed by people who honour the seasons and the cycles.

This point is called Mabon, or Mabon, as it’s sometimes said. Mabon is the second harvest festival of the year after Lammas, which was at the start of February in the southern hemisphere at the end of summer. So now as we reach Mabon, it is the second harvest. And when we consider the great cycle of all things that all our other cycles come from. So, the great cycle is it starts with birth and then it’s growth, both full bloom harvest, decay and death. And so we’re at that decay stage now. So we’re nearly at the end of the cycle. And of course, this is not the annual cycle but the solar cycle. So in the southern hemisphere, the solar cycle and the annual cycle do not line up. In the northern hemisphere they do because the end of the growth cycle at that decay death point is deep winter, which is December, January. So we are a little bit out of balance here when, following this cyclical seasonal rhythm, it doesn’t line up with the year.

So there’s always that tension. So we’re now at the decay stage, as I say. And then the death phase. The death stage comes at Samhain (pronounced soween), which is like Halloween. And that in the southern hemisphere is the end of April, the start of May. And in the southern hemisphere, the growth cycle here is where the rebirth point is at winter solstice. That’s actually the very point of rebirth, not necessarily the death. So death comes next. We’re at decay now and it’s really beautiful. I live in the countryside of the southern highlands, which is between Sydney and Canberra. It’s a rural area and I live in a small village. And every day we drive to the town about 25 minutes away and then we come home. And that’s to take children to school or to go to the shops to do anything, really. And to come home we have to drive across the countryside past fields and there’s farms everywhere. So we’ve got cattle everywhere. There are horses around, there’s some sheep. There’s not really pigs around here, but there’s lots and lots of crops being grown in the fields. And so right now I just noticed that about a week ago, suddenly there were hay bales absolutely everywhere. And so all the farmers have been cutting and bundling up the hay and packaging it up and you’ve got all these huge hay bales scattered around the fields at the minute. And that’s what’s going on.

It’s the time of harvest, so it won’t be long now before temperatures really plummet and the frosts will come here. We do get frosts; we get thick frosts. And so it’s time to gather the summer crops and bed down in the garden as well. Make sure you’ve got all the summer crops out and the autumn and winter veggies in. It’s about harvesting now, preserving the food to see ourselves through winter. So again, going back to that sustainability piece where I mentioned in my cycle check in that I’m in spring, if I burn out now, it’s like if I eat all the food now or don’t think about how to preserve these crops and the harvest to see me all the way through winter, that’s when we really get stuck. That’s where our energy runs out and we burn out. We get ourselves into trouble. So there’s that real link here. So now at Mabon, it’s about harvesting, preserving, sustaining, bedding down, not thinking about growing or putting in anything that’s going to wither over winter.

It’s about celebrating and sharing in the abundance of food. And all that is plenty as well. It’s about gathering around the table, sharing with community, giving the surplus to those in need. It’s about really rejoicing in the abundance, all that we have, giving great thanks. And around this sort of time, in the equivalent northern hemisphere, is when they have thanksgiving. So it’s all linked. And the Greek goddess Demeter, if you know of the story of Persephone, Demeter is her mother. And Demeter is closely associated with the autumn harvest because it was her grief at losing Persephone, who was her maiden daughter, that turned the earth from the lush abundance of a perpetual summer to the barren cold and the infertile lands of winter when she was stolen by Hades, who was the God of the underworld, to be his bride. And in that story, in the Eleusinian mysteries, Persephone ends up being able to live in the middle realm on earth with her mother for six months of the year, representing the warmer, lighter months. So from spring Equinox to autumn equinox, but then she must go underground, back to the underworld, to live with Hades as his queen. And that represents those six darker months. So from autumn equinox to the spring equinox, so autumn equinox represents Persephone leaving the earth to retreat to the underworld. And there’s great debate about whether she went willingly or not. And I think this is the key, the crux of how we can embrace autumn and our inner shadows, our own dissent and our own fears, rage, grief, denial, and power that we’ve been disconnected from, and how this comes up for us in the corresponding menstrual and life cycle with autumn. And so this is where it gets juicy in my eyes. So as the wheel of the year comes to an end, Mabon is a really good time to set intentions that involve decreasing, slowing down and reducing what’s not working for us. And that might mean ending bad relationships or unhealthy habits. It might mean putting loving boundaries in place.

It might mean doing the inner work to look at where we’re holding ourselves back or being flummoxed. That’s a good word, isn’t it? By self-destructive beliefs. And I think about what’s holding us back, so what we are allowing to hold us back, and also what’s unconsciously holding us back. And so when we think about these associations with the other cycles, if autumn equinox is associated with the pre-menstrual time of the menstrual cycle, and then the menopause transition, these are both that time where we leave the bright, higher outward energy, when it’s time when we’ve been giving more, and when we’ve really welcomed and accepted and loved and valued, rejoiced in the prime of our lives.

So whether that be ovulation or the mother time, when we are cycling in our fertile years before we reach menopause. And so at these points, when we leave those parts of our cycles and move into the premenstrual phase or the perimenopause menopause initiation, that we’ve got to let go, we have to prepare to descend into those times of life that are spoken about with public disdain and fear, and it causes a lot of dread. It’s a bit like as well, when we are young and we hear horror stories about what it’s like to have our first period, maybe we haven’t had our first period yet, and we’ve already got that dread and anxiety because we hear all those stories, there’s threads of that, that pull through to this part of our cycle again.

If our first bleed is the spring of our life and our last bleed is the autumn of our life again, going back to what I was sharing in my own cycle, check in about the links between summer preparation, how we enjoy spring, sorry. And how we experience autumn. All so interconnected. I just love it so maybe you’re thinking, I hate the dark and cold of autumn and winter. Boo. Can’t it just always be summer? I hate how I feel when I’m premenstrual. I get PMs, rage, grief, no energy, whatever it is, and I just hate it. Can I skip this part of my cycle? Or maybe menopause is horrible. I am hating either being in perimenopause. I feel terrible. I feel invisible. I hate these hot flushes. I wish it would end. These are just some examples, but they are clues. The clues for how we can reclaim the medicine and sheer power of these descent phases of the cycles lie in how we approach autumn.

This time is a calling when we’re forced to see the truth or harvest of who we are now, where we have been, and to see where we’re headed. So it takes guts, takes courage and bravery to look at that and also to open up and to embrace this coming season of life. We can come into right relationship with our cyclical nature and our inner wild feminine power to find balance. And so we can let go of all that’s holding us back, that’s silencing us, what’s dragging us down, keeping us small, and what’s ripping us further apart from our true nature. So just take a moment now, like to ask you, how do you feel about autumn? Do you live somewhere that you do have autumn, and do you enjoy it, or do you resent it? Or do you avoid it altogether by chasing the sun? Or are you living somewhere like the tropics, where there’s no autumn? What’s your relationship to autumn and then your premenstrual time? Do you like or loathe it? Why? What comes up for you? How do you feel at that time? What fears come up? Where do you lose a grip on yourself and your life? Where are you out of balance?

If PMS is associated with the premenstrual time, it’s important to know. It’s actually a collection of symptoms that manifest from not honouring our descent energy, that waning energy, and from trying to be in a perpetual summer season. And that level of overriding your body just leads to stress and burnout, and it affects your hormones. Even if you can’t feel it or aren’t really aware of it, you’re putting stress on your body if you’re trying to live in a perpetual summer. So balance is key. Like the equal day and night balance, autumn is for slowing down. And if you’re around the perimenopause portal coming closer to menopause, how are you feeling and treating it with dread, reticence, resistance, denial, grief? Or are you embracing each hot, flush, and foggy memory moment as a step closer in the distillation process of your truth and your power?

Just go back to that Native American saying that has become really well known in the menstrual cycle realm, particularly about how a girl meets her power. At her first bleed, she practices her power over her menstrual cycle years. So with each bleed she practices and then at her last bleed, she becomes her power. Just love that.

So autumn equinox and these times of life, the premenstrual time and perimenopause are all about slowing refining, sifting out the muck to leave the harvest, and finding the gold underneath. What’s holding you back? Where are you denying this much needed, essential part of the cycle and this much needed, essential and highly valuable part of you? Hey, have you discovered your sacred cyclical leadership style yet?

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How about you? I’d love to know which result you get. So as you’ve been listening to all of this and just soaking it in and reflecting on the dots that you might be connecting in your mind and your awareness about these different seasons. Sorry, the same season, but of different cycles.

Are you starting to become aware of where you maybe are out of balance and how to really honour this time of the year as we reach autumn, and how you can perhaps change the way that you are living, change the way that you’re approaching yourself, your life, your personal spiritual practice, and your business as well? So many different realms that all of this wisdom applies to.

So I’d love to share some tips with you to help you to welcome autumn, whether your inner autumn, your outer autumn, or both, because they are reflecting in each other. So get outside, dress suitably, breathe in the cooler air, feel the temperature of it in your chest. Absorb the golden light. I just love the golden light of autumn and winter. Admire the changing landscape around you. Perhaps there are leaves colouring gold and oranges and plums where you live. And if so, as they drop, as they crisp, collect some, gather them, place them on your altar. My children at school, they make autumn crowns of leaves at their harvest festival, which isn’t too far away now. And I just love that festival so much. Take a moment to have deep gratitude for all that summer has brought to you.

So if you’re feeling a reticence about leaving summer, remember the good times and just notice how you feel about leaving it behind. Think of that Lana Del Rey song, summertime sadness, where it reminds me of know you’ve had this amazing holiday. You might have even had a little summer flirtation. All those good times. It’s like Grease as well, and the movie that is, you’ve had all of this beautiful time of summer, and now it’s time to say goodbye. So summertime sadness.

If you’re feeling like that, just give real thanks for all that has been. And if you’re feeling reluctant to embrace autumn, like I certainly have been this time this year, which is not usual for me, but I really have because I did have a really good summer then just notice that. Give thanks. If you didn’t feel like you had the best summer that you desired, that you had been dreaming about, just welcome the disappointment. Not trying to gaslight ourselves, just feel it. Feel the disappointment. Remember that summer always comes back around next cycle. Consider how you might enjoy it differently when it comes.

What might you do next time to really take advantage of it? Perhaps you’re feeling absolutely ****** knackered after a really, really busy summer, and you’re like, thank God, thank God. Now I don’t have to be so extroverted.

The social calendar might slow down a bit more time for cosying up and being inwards. And if you’re introverted, you might be thinking, yes, like, this is my season. If you’re extroverted, you might be thinking the opposite. So just noticing. So take stock of where you’re at in your life. Are you where you thought you’d be? Are you where you want to be? What are your expectations versus reality? Because this can be often really revealing, and it can give clues about where resistance or worries are coming up about slowing down for winter. Especially when we consider the life cycle, like the broader sense, like, are you where you thought you would be at this time of your life, no matter how old you are? No matter what your situation. Do you think Autumn can bring this up? Because again, all things are so interconnected. And just be with yourself. Give thanks for yourself, appreciate where you’re at. Celebrate all the gifts that you do have. Do your own inner personal version of celebrating the abundance and share the harvest. Consider autumn and winter as time to refine yourself. So what have you harvested this solar cycle since last winter? What have you achieved? What’s gone well? Who have you become? What growth have you been working on? What have you called into your life? What have you created? What’s not working too? Where are you needing to let go of? Just look at it. Take stock.

You don’t need all the answers right now, but set time, headspace, and energy aside to reflect on this over this autumn time. Journaling is my favourite autumn and premenstrual practice especially. I tend to forget about it during spring. I do in early spring, but like late spring summer, I really don’t do any journaling. And I often think to myself when I pick my journal up again in autumn, oh my gosh, they did it again. It’s because I’m busy being outwards in the world and creating. But come autumn I’m like, give me space. I need to take stock. I need to just check in with myself. Like this is super important. And I find I naturally want to do that, but it’s also really important because it’s the end. We need to do that refining and evaluation, and we need to really hold space for ourselves and our feelings. I like to journal to flesh out everything that I’m feeling and often can’t make sense of my scrambled thoughts.

So journaling helps that I get out all the feelings, all the disappointment, and I sit with all of those. And journaling helps me make a lot of sense of them in ways that talking it through can. But I find just when I’m journaling, I get to be more authentically true. I might not say everything or my full truth to somebody else and thinking no, doesn’t work. I get way too distracted, and I don’t get to really take the time to anchor down those thoughts. Thinking from I just don’t think is anywhere near as effective as journaling. Journaling slows your brain down and it helps you to really get deeper, get beneath, beneath, beneath, rather than flitting off into different directions and tangents. So journaling, I find that on the other side of this I can find such a relief. Space, clarity, and fresh hope. So you might also change your schedule up.

You might take some more intentional downtime. Over the next few months, you might start saying no to things, to invitations a bit more. You might be feeling that real burnout after the busy summer. You might just be really craving quiet time, family time, solo time. That’s so normal and it’s so important. This is essential to not burn yourself out. Think of it as like the breaks are now going on.

So how can you change up your social schedule, your work schedule? How might things change? So have a celebration, perhaps before we really slow down to share that bounty.

So we might gather one last time. We might go to circle. And I love holding a women’s circle. And I am holding a women’s circle for all of these eight points of the year. But the autumn equinox, it’s really about slowing down. It’s all of this wisdom, holding space for all of this. Whatever celebration means to you. Dinner with girlfriends, a little moment to light a candle with your family, whatever it is, just share in the abundance of food.

Give thanks for the summer that has been and the harvest that has been. And then as autumn begins, it’s time to welcome your witchy side. So autumn, and leading up to Sauron especially, which is in another seven weeks or so, is the season of the witch.

Your truth, your strength, your resilience, your inner mystic, and your intuitive side all want to shine through. And this is true in perimenopause and in the premenstrual phase. They, with candles, gather herbs from your garden and make smoking wands and dry them to make incenses. Consult your tarot for guidance. Do some womb journeying, do some movement, do some meditation. I find that really embracing your inner knowing is incredibly potent.

I love to dance and move as well and use my voice to let energy move. There’s nothing more potent than opening your mouth and letting your body sound itself. And I really love my inner autumn sorceress playlist that I’ve made and it’s free for anyone to listen to on Spotify. I’ve curated it intentionally to have some deeper sounds, some bass, like real, kind of like some of it’s like stomping music and kind of like it’s not pretty and airy fairy and it’s not sensual. Like my summer playlist, this one is like earthy and primal, and it’s got some world sounds in there and it’s powerful music. And I find that it really helps me to shift some big feelings and stuck energy at this time of the cycle. So whether I just play it on my headphones or I put it on while I’m driving or play it in my lounge and I do some real, like, dancing and moving and growling and whatever it is, I love listening to it while I’m exercising at that time of my cycle, too. I find it really helps me to push on, sort of do power strength work or if I’m on my exercise bike and I’m doing more of resistance work, for example, that music just helps me to hold that energy and to release the energy and not to back down. So I just love having music like that. Maybe you have music like that too. You’ve got music that you just really love at that time. And the last one I’ve got here is to embrace your inner challenger.

So if you have taken my quiz, and particularly if you did get the result of the challenger, you’ll have seen that this archetype, because you get that free book, if you’re the challenger, you’ve seen that she is an activist, a warrior woman. She’s fierce, but she’s in right relationship with her voice and power. And she seeks to do good for others and not just for herself. She speaks up for those who can’t. She expresses her truth and holds tight boundaries from a place of love and not from fear and scarcity. So the inner challenger comes out in our autumn. She’s like the enchantress in some ways, that she’s how she shows up in the way that we lead, she can show up in the way that we do business, she can show up in the way we do mothering the way we relate just who we are in the world.

So the challenger is really an invitation to be in right relationship with all that power and to heal our PMs so that it’s not destructive and just burns everything down, but actually allows us healing because we can bring that ferocity, but channel it for good and for the collective good as well.

So if you want to learn more about the challenger, the first thing is go take the quiz because she might be your result. But if she’s not your result, then I’ve got a class. It’s $50, it’s super, super cheap, and it’s called your cycle, your biz superpower. And it breaks down all of these archetypes and it’s packed with tips and strategies and gives the inner work required to be in your healthy challenger energy. And it’s about how you can bring that in your life and through your business or your creativity or your leadership. So that’s always there for you, too. So they’re my tips to help you get started with autumn and I just really invite you to reframe it. Instead of it being oh no.

Whatever you tell yourself this means, reframe it into a time of beauty and admiration for the magic and the beauty of the changing scenery around you and within you. Let this be a time to take stock. Let this time to willingly go into your own underworld and not necessarily the full depths of what we mean when we say like an underworld journey, like a dark night of the soul, but just to welcome our wilderness, to reclaim and embrace and love, give thanks to those parts of us we might have hidden, or we don’t have such a strong relationship with. This is really the call to look inwards and to notice where we are disconnected from ourselves and to do a lot of that work around what’s holding us back, looking at those fears, those beliefs, where we keep ourselves small, to do the mindset work, to do the energetic work, to look at the strategies we need to help us to be more of ourself, to bring our full power through. And again, your cycle, your biz superpower, gives you lots and lots of ways to do this. Lots of the mindset work on how to come into that right relationship and that powerful, centered, grounded, rooted, but yet fiery transformational place in our autumn.

So I hope you have a beautiful autumn and thank you for being with me. Until next time, lots of love. Thanks so much for listening to Wild Flow. I love having you here and hope you loved this episode. If you did, please show your love by leaving a rating and review and share your fave episodes with your cycle and biz sisters and those who haven’t yet discovered the power of their body and cycle. This is how we collectively create, change and heal the sisterhood. It makes such a difference.

Thank you for sharing. Haven’t discovered your cyclical leadership style yet? Take my free, much-loved quiz now to receive your free, in depth playbook on how to up your sacred leadership, grow your business and thrive by embodying your cyclical archetype. Go to Charlottepointeaux.com/quiz now. Until next time, be devoted to your body as guide and your cycle as oracle.

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Charlotte Pointeaux

Charlotte Pointeaux is an Internationally Award-Winning triple-Certified Coach, Youth Mentor, Host of Wild Flow Podcast, a sought-after guest menstrual educator and speaker. She is a Shamanic Womancrafter, a Priestess of the Cycle Mysteries.

Charlotte’s work as a Wild Feminine Cycle Coach weaves together shamanic womb healing and rite of passage work with menstrual cycle awareness and feminine embodiment tools, to guide women through their transformational journey of reclaiming their wild feminine cyclic powers to expressing their big magick as a sacred leader.

Charlotte founded First Moon Circles®, a renowned facilitator training program, to train new menstrual educators to prepare, honour and celebrate children and their care-givers at menarche (their first period). To date, she has trained almost 100 facilitators across 5 continents and is on a mission to infuse families, friendships, classrooms and communities with period positivity and menstrually inclusive practices.

Download your free menstrual magick guide by subscribing to my newsletter, and discover my coaching, courses and short classes at www.charlottepointeaux.com/coaching.

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