P15/03b A Mans Embracement of “The Curse” the Feminine Cycle

 Positive Living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guests Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel  and Peter Claiden, aired from January 20th on

download (2)“The Curse”.a woman’s monthly cycle that in the eyes of others make a woman become monstrous. NOT SO, in today’s show we will be talking to Gabriella and her man Peter to discuss the myths and truly understand the workings of a woman cycle and how it can have a positive affect on relationships.

Gabriella was born in Italy and studied foreign languages at the University of Turin, her home city. She is a qualified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and has traveled around Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Antarctica.

In 2012 she published a book, ‘Antarctic Odyssey: a New Beginning’, about her adventures there. At present she is learning to fly gliders in order to gain a different perspective on the world  and become a real ‘Flying Inspiration’!

She is an author, speaker, visionary and coach who helps women to gain confidence, authority and fulfillment in life by knowing better their body. She also helps couples improve their relationship and find a more satisfying way to communicate to have better intimacy.

Women often experience a loss of identity, lack of direction, disconnection from their body, lack of libido and intimacy with their partner and themselves at some stage of their lives. This can trigger physical problems like PMS, cravings, mood swings, weight gain, low self esteem, lack of energy/libido,  direction and cause relationship issues.

In fact, our body is trying to get in contact with us through these symptoms which can create mental and emotional states that can be very challenging to say the least.

Gabriella has a solution for all these problems and helps women to reconnect with their body and feminine cycle to improve the quality of life.

What I would like to teach our audience

I would like to teach this audience of women and men that understanding and honouring our feminine cycle is fundamental to our well-being as women and for our personal growth.

images (81)To learn to recognize our shortcomings, accept our mood swings, find the root cause of our emotions, embrace our sexuality, understand our natural rhythms, connect with our inner wisdom and spiritual self, is an integral part of our personal growth as women. This will allow us to love ourselves more for who we are and, as a result, we can have better and more fulfilling intimate relationships with our partner or any person with whom we relate.

When we restore connection with ourselves, being our body, heart, soul and psyche, a whole string of emotions, problems and  physical states can show up as a result of this renewed attention to ourselves.  As women, we may not realize that part of our body wisdom resides in our womb and getting in touch with our feminine cycle can expand our bodily and mental awareness. This can lead to the healing of emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual issues.

It is only when we are connected with our inner voice and spirit that we can experience joy and fulfillment on a regular basis.

Through my company, ‘Flying Inspiration’, I help women and men to reach an understanding of themselves by either having one-to-one sessions or through workshops where this wisdom is shared within a group.

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Peter Claiden  CEng,  FRAeS,  OBE

I started my aviation career after leaving school with a 5 year Engineering Apprentiship at Hatfield with Hawker Siddeley Aviation.  Upon completion, having qualified in Aero Mechanical engineering I worked for a further 10 years with the company (then British Aerospace) testing and developing aircraft systems.  Between 1980 and 2001, I was employed by the Air Accident Investigation Branch as an Inspector of Air Accidents (Engineering), and from 2001 until 2010 as a Principal Inspector (Engineering), following which I retired.  Already a glider pilot, along the way I gained a PPL with SEP, MEP, night and IMC ratings, gaining over 4000 hours TT, and I have a LAA Inspector qualification. I have spent many years towing gliders with such tugs as the SuperCub, Pawnee, Eurofox and Robin DR400 and also fly my own 2-seat motor glider.  I curently am a GASCo Board member and undertake accident investigation work for the British Gliding Association.

I met Gabriella about 4 years ago through our shared interest in gliding/flying, and we have become partners.  We have spent many hours flying together and often discuss her interest in women’s cycle.  My thoughts on this are contained in the attached document.


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Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel
A Woman of the XXI Century, Author, Speaker and Feminine Cycle Consultant

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PETERS PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE ON HOW TO HAVE A CHANCE OF A FULFILLING AND UNDERSTANDING RELATIONSHIP

I grew up in a family with three older sisters and a mother, my father being away a lot of the time.  My mother was very busy working full time and, although she undoubtedly loved us all, was not a particularly touchy-feely huggy sort of person.  So, as time passed, I to some extent I assumed the role of the male in the household, quickly learning to fix things, change fuses, wire up plugs etc….. You would think therefore that I would have picked up a lot of experience/knowledge about girls/women.  Well, I suppose I did in certain general ways I did but, being family females, I didn’t see them other than that.

In those days (the 50s/60s), the discussion of matters relating to emotions, sex education etc just didn’t occur, at least not with me in our family.  Therefore I was really quite ignorant of women, in particular, their emotions, their menstrual cycle and how hormones can induce changes in behaviour and mood.  I have been through several full time relationships and marriages, all of which were not ultimately successful.  So, of course, I have asked myself many times why?

In the last few years, having developed a wonderful relationship with GG and learnt much from her passion about wanting to educate both men and women about understanding each other on a deeper rather than superficial level, I have begun to understand a little of how women are affected throughout their monthly cycle.  Had I been aware of this earlier in my life, it is possible, perhaps likely, that previous relationships would not have floundered.  Arguments that follow (to a man) seemingly unimportant issues being raised, if repeated enough times, eat away at what probably started out as a wonderful relationship.  None of this however, means that all women can blame relationship difficulties entirely upon their cycle,

To be specific, the really good analogy of dividing the (notional) 28 day menstrual cycle into four, and calling them the Seasons, ie, Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn, works well in understanding (particularly from a male point of view) the changes that often occur in women throughout the month.  Of course, it is to be expected that some women will be affected more than others, and different men will react differently to cyclical changes in their partners.  To a lot of men, the pre-menstrual time is when most difficulties occur – the ‘dreaded’ PMT.  If only men could be made aware that their partner almost certainly does not deliberately go out of their way to be reactive to apparently minor issues at this time, then a lot of relationship problems might just dissolve away.  How often have I thought (and no doubt many other men)….”What on earth have I done now?”…..Of course, us sometimes unthinking males may well have done some irritating thing, but often it comes out of the blue.  So rather than reacting aggressively to this type of situation, understanding what might be behind it is worth exploring.

In Conclusion, Peter says 

If we as men really try to understand the changes which take place in women over their cycle, then several benefits should happen.  Firstly, if one genuinely loves and respects their partner, the payback could so easily be a deeper and more loving (not to mention sensual) relationship.  Secondly, it may well allow us, men, to have a better understanding of ourselves, in how we react to, and understand, these changes.

If you wish to talk to Peter please request through Gabriella.

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Gabriela’s previous show with Sara


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