In this episode of the Sacred Window podcast, founder Christine Eck talks with dear friend Natasha Mason from Melbourne Australia. Natasha is a mother, meditation teacher, Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula, a Reiki healer, and is the Founder and Director of Nourish Melbourne.
They discussed Natasha's experience in losing her mother and choosing to terminate a pregnancy and how she used the Mother principles of the sacred window to support this time. They talked about the subtle mental and emotional health needs during these times and how sacred window care makes space for that.
Today on the Sacred Window Podcast:
Benefits of knowing what you need and asking
Shifting the way we support each other
Identifyinghttps://www.postpartum.net how the Sacred Window shows up in other emotionally challenging areas of our lives
Stories of loss and recuperation
How the sacred window shows up outside of postpartum
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