Birth Affirmations

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Birth Affirmations by Kathy Welter -Nichols is now a beautifully mastered MP3 Order yours today!

     This new recording by Kathy is exceptional dedicated to one of her moms that is having twins…these affirmations will help you rest, relax and enjoy your pregnancy and birth! And they are a great assistance to those that are assisting you! As you listen to these affirmations over the months, preparing your body, mind and spirit for the transition to mother-hood, your birthing partners can use the CD’s or they can repeat these loving affirmations for you, to you, whispering them to you, encouraging you to go deep into your inner self letting your body do the essential work for you. Relax and enjoy this masterful CD by Kathy. Order yours today

I trust my body

My body was made for this

I listen to my body and I respond easily and effortlessly.

I know the less drama I allow from myself or others, the happier I will be and my baby will be.

I easily remove myself from the dramatics of others, protecting myself and my baby.

I wait on my body to direct my next breath, my next surge, my next release of breath, my next inhale.

I am connected to my infant; my baby knows my heart beat, my breathing, my voice, the feeling of my love.

My body is perfect for birthing, it grew my baby all the while I just went about my normal living.

I trust it’s wisdom and knowledge.

I trust it’s ancient structure, and I give birth easily and effortlessly as I trust my body to do the work.

I am celebrating myself, my life and my coming birthing day

I see myself in perfect health

I affirm myself as a good mother

I am meeting my daily energy needs, I exercise regularly, I sleep and rest, I take in good foods and plenty of water

I choose to avoid unnecessary sugars and choose instead healthy sources such as fruit.

I am accepting my birth, my body as it is, and myself as a new mother

I take care with comments from others, and recognize even well-wishers can inadvertently give me suggestions that might diminish my belief in myself. I take myself away from these people quickly and easily and without dramatics.

I learn the greatest “pattern interruption” that I have is my blessed need to use the ladies room, and I use it whenever a situation is not to my liking.

I lovingly accept my changing body

I easily recognize where stress is coming from and I learn to release that easily.

I use proper foods in good proportion that is just right for nurturing this new life inside me.

I accept that others may not be as focused as I am on the baby, and I release any concerns about what others are doing and I choose to take care of myself first.

I notice when I get tense, and I consciously relax those areas of my body.

I start with relaxing my shoulders, and breathing all the way down “to my toes”.

I remind myself to relax my whole body often.

Whenever I feel tension in my back, I breathe into it, and relax.

I relax each muscle …one at a time.

My body is beautiful; I have a loving and caring team of professionals around me through my pregnancy and birth

My body is growing a new life inside

I am proud of my body and I  trust it.

I trust it to add all the toes and fingers and to choose the right eye color and hair, and to make a strong heart, and lungs and body. All I have to do is continue to breathe and my body will do all the rest!

I accept each stage of the pregnancy as a new wonderful adventure.

I accept each stage of the birth as a new wonderful adventure

I accept all the states of motherhood as this same wonderful adventure

I love myself, I accept myself, just the way I am.

As I prepare for labor I remember I am in control

I trust my body, I love my body! It’s just amazing! I am an amazing being.

I wait on what is best for my baby and I let my baby set the pace

My mind and body are calm

I don’t have to do this perfectly, or like anyone else, or even like my mother.

I’m ready to become my own woman, the mother of my child, this child.

I stop my mind from running to thoughts of worry or fears, by listening to my relaxation CD’s and using positive thinking as my first affirmation.

I notice when my thoughts are fearful, and I choose to change them.I master the art of the re-frame, quickly and easily

I change the message of the thoughts as I say the following:

“even though I’m feeling unsure, a little fearful, and a little vulnerable, even though I’m not sure of what is coming or how I will be, I totally love and accept myself and my baby”.

I feel so good about this I know it’s going to empower me and I know when I’ve my baby is in my arms,  I will have made a personal transition in my journey as a woman. I look forward to this transition, and I’m excited about this next phase of my life.

Order this fantastic affirmation MP3 for yourself, or others you know are expecting!

 

One Comment

  1. As a child therapist, I fully support moms who allow their children to arrive in this world in their own time. I believe that it makes for a calmer baby and this calmness follows the child through life. Not being rushed right from the start is a gift to the baby. I wonder if there is a correlation between inducing a birth and anxiety in children? It would be an interesting study.

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