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Astrology for Fertility, Just for Fun


a blog by Beth and Tami of Pulling Down the Moon

As you may know, we work with medical fertility doctors to integrate holistic treatment seamlessly into medical fertility treatment. Today, many holistic services such as acupuncture, massage, nutrition and yoga have clinical research that validates how they might increase blood flow into a woman’s reproductive organs, regulate hormones, help induce the relaxation response or, perhaps, even enhance conception rates (as acupuncture suggests).

While yoga, acupuncture, nutrition and massage are our core therapies, we would be remiss if we didn’t talk about the “less known” forms of holistic fertility that our patients enjoy sampling and how they often share stories of their amazing results. This week, we’ll take a look at three lesser-known forms of holistic therapies to see how they might benefit your fertility journey.

Sometimes dabbling in the esoteric can be fun.

We’ve had some women who have had their medical chart read by the best fertility docs around, but still enjoy having their astrological chart read by a creditable astrologer who understands the ins and outs of TTC and how the cosmos might affect it.

The ancient sages believed there was a connection between the evolving positions of the planets to a woman’s astrological chart and when she is truly fertile. This was especially evident in the relationship of the moon in a woman’s chart as they believed a woman’s fertile capacity is connected to the phase of the moon at the time of her own birth.

Maybe there’s something to it since the lunar cycle is 28 days in length just like the female reproductive cycle. The moon, in astrology, is known to be the symbol of woman and motherhood. Understanding the phases of the moon can offer additional help to those who want to pinpoint the most fertile times to conceive naturally.

In case you were wondering how Pulling Down the Moon got its name, now you just might have some insight . . .

Be present, be positive, be open,
Tami Quinn

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