The Inner Seasons of Pregnancy and Post-Partum

Monique Dickson is The Cyclical Mum, new mama of four little ones and also, a previous private client of mine who I held space for during her pregnancy. I am absolutely thrilled to be reunited with this delicious woman on the other side of the birth of her babe to reflect and share on our different experiences of the inner seasons of pregnancy and the post-partum period, and how applying cycle awareness to pregnancy significantly supported us.

What You’ll Learn

  • Whilst pregnant and post-partum, both Monique and I have experienced that you still have a cyclical nature despite not having a menstrual cycle.
  • How Monique experienced her inner seasons of pregnancy: how her energy, capacity, focus and self-care changed across each phase.
  • How having a breakdown during her third trimester, her inner Autumn, really called Monique to surrender, understand what she needed at that time, and to powerfully call it in for herself.
  • How Monique consciously prepared to honour her post-partum period like a deep inner winter or ‘big-bleed’ and how this helped her feel more energetic than ever after giving birth.
  • The points of transition between seasons, and how challenging they can be.
  • The parallels between the pregnancy cycle and the menstrual cycle
  • and I reflect on how I connected with my inner seasons of pregnancy as I learnt more about cycle awareness and rites of passage myself.

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About Monique

Meet Monique – mum to 4 children, a beginner un-schooler, farmers wife and a menstrual cycle coach. She lives in rural New Zealand. Her youngest baby is 4 months old, and her last menstrual cycle was over a year ago – but she continues to live cyclically. She shares how Mothers can live cyclically – no matter what cycle is being observed. She loves talking about menstrual cycles, moon cycles and pregnancy cycles. She is spreading the message that you don’t need a menstrual cycle to live cyclically. 

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