What does Spring Maiden mean in our Menstrual Cycle?

As we enter the season of Spring, it is a good way to reconnect with the spring phase of your menstrual cycle. This is the phase of your cycle that is also linked to the Maiden archetype. The spring phase occurs in the second week of your cycle, around day 7-13 of your cycle – when you’re in the pre-ovulation phase.

This phase should have you thinking of renewal, rebirth, and a fresh start. It is a time where you are energized and happy, it’s a great time to make a fresh start. As you lean into the energy of your spring phase, you’ll find yourself moving out into the world. You have the energy and motivation to plan out your month and start tackling new projects.

Inner spring is linked to the renewal of energy in your body. You’re emerging from hibernation and preparing yourself for the month to come. Estrogen rises and your energy levels increase. This is a great time to dedicate yourself to a project, engaging in research or physical tasks.

It can be a great time to start a challenge, particularly if there’s something you’ve been putting off. You may become that engaged with your chosen project that you fall into the zone.

The spring phase of your menstrual cycle is a great reflection of the spring season. It’s a time of growth and renewal. Looking at the pre-ovulation phase, this way helps you to be in harmony with your body, making the most of the energy of this phase.

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