I love this ‘moondala’ map. I began tracking my cycles years ago when I finally went off of the birth control pill. I was looking for an awareness of hormonal surges and flows and ups and downs and how that all actually effected me – as well as to know when it was baby-time and when it was sexy-time!
This map is a variation on that, connecting us not only with our own cycle, but the cycle of the moon. Click this link to get it. Moon Cycle Chart | Spirit Mama Blog
How use the Moondala Map:
1) There are 29 moons on each chart. They have been coloured in black to illustrate the phases of one lunar cycle. The black moon represents the new moon. The white moon represents the full moon. The shaded area is the waxing phase (new moon to full moon) and the white area is the waning phase (full moon to new moon).
2) To begin your mapping, you will need to know which phase of the moon is Day 1 of your cycle. Day 1 of your cycle is the day that you begin bleeding. To find out which phase of the moon is in on Day 1, you need to look up the date you began bleeding in a lunar calendar (if you began bleeding on May 22, then look to the lunar calendar and find out what phase the moon was in on that day). Once you have this reference point, you can write the days (1,2,3 etc) and the corresponding dates of your moon cycle into the chart according to the images of the moon shown in the Moondala Map.
3) The days of your cycle are recorded in the area entitled ‘Day’.
4) The corresponding dates of your moon cycle are written in the area entitled ‘Date’.
5) The area entitled ‘Physical Being’ is where you document the changes happening in your body.
6) The area entitled ‘Emotional Being’ is where you document the changes happening in your emotional being.
7) The space beside each moon is an optional space to include the astrological sign that the moon is in.
Source and for more: Goddess Rising