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Crowdfunding campaign to print LILITH’S TREASURE has just begun!! Let’s make it possible!! A tale to rediscover the magic and uniqness of our female sexuality, the incredible beauty that are our bodies and the deeply wisdom that it’s in it….Read More
Because little girls need to be accompanied in the discovering of their bodies and pleasure. They need someone to tell them that PLEASURE IS A GIFT OF LIFE and that it is good indeed. Because sexual education begins at home…Read More
When a girl becomes a teenager she has such a rigid and contracted uterus that even the smallest openings of the cervix during the menstruation produce strong pains to her. But we do know about youngsters who used to have…Read More
Imagine the World Health Organization releasing a scientific study that claimed that sleeping isn’t necessary, that you only need to rest 15 minutes a day, that migraines and ailments caused by the lack of sleep are the result of bad…Read More
There’s an invisible force in our interior, an energy that rocks us, accompanies us, invites us to dance, to move ourselves and, above all, to know parts of us that lay hidden… THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE. Lots of women will die…Read More
However, we can only achieve this amazing ability if we take our time to rest and dream during our bleed. This month, promise yourself that you are going to take your time to rest, to daydream about your future and…Read More
Today I want to share with you a letter sent to me by Elena Sofía Zambrano. I got this letter over a year ago and I kept it as a treasure, as if it was a seed waiting to see…Read More
“Lilith’s Treasure is just that. A treasure. A reclaiming of the beauty and riches within our female body. Written with sensitivity and love and joy. I love this book” Christiane Northrup, MD Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and Mother…Read More
Self-esteem begins at home, not with compliments but with respect.
Respecting one’s feelings and necessities.
We sometimes think that by constantly praising our child, grandchild, niece or nephew, we are making them happy and increasing their self-esteem.
Since this might not always be the case, today I will leave you with a re-flection; and you can freely decide what you take and what you do not.
– Today I was at the playground with my daughter and my mother, happy to be able to celebrate a day with the family. As usual I was thinking about how our actions affect children.
As it often happens, my daughter took some other girl’s toy, and since this little girl didn’t want her to take it, she protested. Immediately her mum told her that she needed to share, and told her to give away the toy, so the little girl left the toy and annoyed went somewhere else to play. My daughter stopped for a moment, observing the situation, left the object and went to play somewhere else as well.Read More
“This is a stunningly beautiful book that reaches deep into the heart and soul. It moved me to tears. I would love for all young girls to read this book.” Margaret Paul, Ph.D, co-author of “Healing Your Aloneness,” and author…Read More
It seems impossible that we wouldn’t need to use sanitary pads, tampons or the new menstrual cups, … but … COULD IT BE? IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO MENSTRUATE? OF COURSE! You only need a lot of practice, dedication and…Read More
“The tale is fantastic, the colours spectacular, and the didactic guide the bare minimum that all adults should read to start finding themselves, if they haven’t yet started” Sara ÁlvarezRead More