An extract straight from my book ‘Womb to Heart- A Guide to prepare for Fertility Naturally.’
“Doubt kills more dreams, than failure ever will”,
– Karim Seddiki
The Power of Positive thinking is perhaps one of the most imperative parts in your journey in falling pregnant. It is understandable that there will be ups and downs; just remember we are all human and every body’s health, lifestyle and body genetics are different. However, what’s important is how you can powerfully keep going, learn from your past, understand what direction is best for you next, and believe that you are capable of having a child. Through positive thinking your heart will be more fulfilled, passionate, nurturing, self-accepted… all areas which in turn affect your fertility and the effortless attributes possessed by a mother. The title of this book ‘Womb to Heart’ shows how powerfully the relationship between our womb and our heart and our heart to our womb can affect our chances of fertility.
One of my most favorite reads in this area is by Aimee E. Raupp, who wrote ‘Yes, you can get pregnant’ (2014). I love how she explains the importance of shifting from being infertile focused to being fertility focused. Infertility is an ugly and negative word and if it is something you are constantly telling yourself or concerned about then it will affect your heart, which in turn will affect your changes in falling pregnant. The word infertility takes away some of the power we have over our health and our fertility. And I love this exact line in Raupp’s (2014) book when she states …
“So lets make a pact right now: no more of that word! Rather, lets shift our perspective to fertility. You are not infertile; your insides just need a little fertility enhancement or your lady parts need some fertility rejuvenation. None of which means you are broken or that you can not get to where you want to be, which is brimming, overflowing, and abundant with pregnancy.”
So my advice to you is to surround yourself with positive people, indulge in ways to nurture yourself and look after yourself and work with a specialist who you are comfortable with and believe in what they offer you.
In Health & Happiness,