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The Lost Language of the Feminine with Suzanne Mathis McQueen

FREE ADMISSION – 1757 Ashland St., Ashland. One mile west of Interstate 5, exit 14.

Based on her book, “4 Seasons in 4 Weeks”, Suzanne will take attendees on a surprisingly simple, non-technical journey through the monthly hormonal landscape, revealing an approximate 28-day female body clock.

A remarkable navigational system within, this logical and holistic reproductive blueprint can be tapped into throughout a woman’s lifetime for optimal decision-making in health, business, and love—even beyond menopause.

During the presentation, we’ll touch on the colonization of the feminine culture, politics of the womb, sacred geometry, the four phases of the monthly body clock, why females must align with this powerful rhythm within, and the global importance of balancing the Masculine with the Divine Feminine.

This presentation is designed primarily for women of all ages but benefits everyone, especially couples, and all are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Suzanne Mathis McQueen never imagined she would be promoting the virtues of female hormones as a means to reach equality, well-being, and enlightenment. However, that is exactly what she is doing. McQueen’s book, “4 Seasons in 4 Weeks,” reveals a hidden treasure map and lost language that leads to long-forgotten core female power and wisdom.

A lifelong entrepreneur and 35-year Southern Oregon resident, Suzanne was a hairdresser who owned two salons before building The Phoenix, an award-winning day spa in Ashland, while also co-founding a private aesthetics and skin care licensing institute. It was during this time of having over 30 (almost all female) employees that Suzanne came to see the repeating energy patterns of women and appreciate the personal stories that her clients and friends shared with her, deepening her resolve to participate more fully in finding solutions to the varied and intimate challenges of her gender. Eventually, a personal journey and an awakening revealed the secrets of the Feminine’s rhythm, introducing her to the ancient code within women and the guidance and support it brings to their daily experiences.

She soon discovered that the work also serves male partners, and there are ways to customize the method for gender-fluid individuals and couples. After selling her day spa in 2003, Suzanne took a break, consulted businesses, facilitated women’s talking circles, led water ceremonies, and practiced, for seven years, the four-phase cycle-tracking method that had been revealed to her. It took another seven years to write the book, and in 2012, she published “4 Seasons in 4 Weeks.”

McQueen calls herself a Sacred Feminist and is a reproductive rights protector and activist. A regular guest on Feminine empowerment telesummits, she is dedicated to changing the way the world views women by changing the way women view themselves. Her passion is teaching females about their personal visions and gifts, why they must know themselves better, what they deserve, and how they must change the world for the better.

She believes the key lies in replacing the false negative narrative passed down through the generations about women and their cycles to aligning with one’s empowering hormonal sequence and body clock as a daily practice. Relevant material for couples, tweens, health providers, business owners, and athletes is in the works.

View full events calendar: https://rvml.org/events

Date & Time:

May 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost:

Free

Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library

1757 Ashland St.
Ashland, 97520

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