Excerpt: The Moon She Rocks You

For my Monday post, I have something different for you: an excerpt of a cool book called The Moon She Rocks You by Gurutej.

MoonSheRocksYouCoverIf you are a woman, knowing about The Moon Centers gives you power over your negative emotions. If you are a man, it gives you the key to understand women of all ages. You learn to listen to the voice of their emotions. Women – we can have control over those crazy emotional times in our lives. For more information, visit the author's website or her Amazon page.

What are Moon Center cycles and why should we as women care about them? Because these cycles have a direct and deep effect on us. Have you noticed that some days you feel strong and powerful and can take on the entire universe and other days someone looks at you cross-eyed and you want to find a bathroom to hide in? Why is that? This theory of Moon centers will shed some light on all this. This is not a shield to hide behind but information to make us more aware, informed complete with support tools that will make you more powerful.

Moon Centers unveil the hidden secrets to the inner workings of women. This is the next biggest leap after Men are from Mars Women are from Venus. Do you want to understand yourself as a women in your many aspects? Men do you want to be able to see and chart the emotional and devotional landscape of the women in your life? You will know when and how to support yourself and your women and when to move away from the firing line. Priceless information.

Moon Centers is a secret and sacred science: Do you want Greater harmony in your life? If yes then skip the text and just say yes buy it now. If you need more information carry on. If only all women and men for that matter could learn of these moon centers in their teens what a wonderful world it would be. This is an ancient secret science unveiled, how the moon affects women each day.

This is the secret code to women’s inner states. The positive, challenged and neutral aspects within each center, within each women. The moon moves into a different part of a women’s body every 2.25 days. Learn how to utilize the gifts of each center and recognize the moods that come from the challenged aspects ahead of time. Then turn them into harmony. Utilize the gifts of each center. All this can be yours

About the Author

To know Gurutej, you first need to know her name, which means “the one who brings you from darkness into light at the speed of light.” What she teaches emanates from her name and her purpose to lead others towards their inner self by mastering their own energy. Even at six years old, she already had the vocation to help others connect to their essence through healing, meditation, yoga, and chanting. She is a born leader, a creational genius, and a visionary. Her boundless energy enlivens the day and her gift for lightness, comedy, and humor radiates with every breath and every word of her powerful message. Gurutej is one of Yogi Bhajan’s original disciples and close collaborators. She is a true Master Teacher of Kundalini Yoga.

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7 Responses to Excerpt: The Moon She Rocks You

  1. J.D. 05/14/2012 at 06:13 #

    Fascinating. Sometimes I forget, Charlotte, that you are in Oregon. There, the moon flies closer to the Earth. There is a different spirit there, a different sense of adventure that I envy. I know yoga and our yellow orb from listening to Late Lament, a song by the Moody Blues. As for women and the moon . . . NOW you tell me there is a guide!

  2. Nikki Leigh 05/14/2012 at 10:02 #

    Hello Charlotte – Thank you for sharing information about The Moon She Rocks You. It is a unique book that I enjoyed as a woman and plan to check out the moon centers in my life. And, I’d love to include some men in the virtual tour — seems they would love to know thers is a way for a woman to manage and understand so many fluctuations in our daily lives :)

    Nikki Leigh

  3. Charlotte Dixon 05/14/2012 at 10:05 #

    Thanks for sharing the info about the book, Nikki!  And yes, I think the post has intrigued J.D., who likes the idea that the book might explain women a bit better to him.  :-)

  4. J.D. 05/14/2012 at 14:20 #

    Explanations? I read women like a book—Chinese chicklit.

  5. Charlotte Dixon 05/14/2012 at 19:37 #

    Can we have your wife weigh in on that, please? 

  6. J.D. 05/15/2012 at 16:00 #

    My wife is doing well. These matters are certainly very important but I don’t want to interrupt her. Write a post for tomorrow, Charlotte 😉

  7. Charlotte Dixon 05/15/2012 at 16:28 #

    Glad to hear it.  :-)  And I will indeed have a post for tomorrow, J.D.  Thanks for wanting one.

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