Miscarriage as a Catalyst for Transformation

Miscarriage as a Catalyst for Transformation

Miscarriage as a Catalyst for Transformation BY MARTINA HUGHES I lost a baby. That’s the common language used about miscarriage. But something in that implies a wrongdoing. I remember so clearly thinking and feeling “I did something wrong” and “it’s my fault this is...
Loving Your Breasts

Loving Your Breasts

Loving Your Breasts BY MARTINA HUGHES Breasts play an energetic and spiritual role in a woman’s relationship with herself. Babies, young children and men are drawn energetically to women’s breasts for nourishment that goes beyond the physical feeding or sexual...
Why I won’t call the women I love ‘girls’

Why I won’t call the women I love ‘girls’

Why I won’t call the women I love ‘girls’… BY MARTINA HUGHES Away on holiday with my Mum – I am 44 and she’s 61. Everywhere we go – shops, markets and cafes everyone says “how’s your day girls?” or “can I help you girls?” I find myself wondering who...
Is Womanliness Out Of Fashion?

Is Womanliness Out Of Fashion?

I enjoy shopping in moderate doses. My Mum is more of a heavy duty shopper. So when we are together is a good time for me to shop. Also she’s about the only person who I would ask to bear with my fussiness and inclination to try on 30 pairs of jeans and still not buy...