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July 9, 2019





Support your parasympathetic system by bringing attention and/or direction to your breath. Do this any time you are aware of stress or tension in your mind or body. Here are a few examples:


  • Notice that you are breathing. Observe the quality of your breath for 1 minute.

  • Take 4 slow, deep, abdominal breaths. Inhale for 4 counts, exhale for 6 counts

  • Rest one hand on your chest and one hand on your abdomen. Let your breath send love to your baby.



Choose and display at least 3-5 positive statements that affirm what you believe. While this can be as simple as a note on your phone or a voice recording of you reading your affirmations, we highly recommend playing with your creative energy to make affirmation cards that you can display while pregnant and take with you to your birthing place. Examples of affirmations for pregnancy and birth:

My baby is healthy and surrounded with love
I enjoy my pregnant body
I put all fear aside as I prepare for the birth of my baby

I trust my body and I follow its lead
My mind is relaxed; my body is relaxed
I feel confident, I feel safe, I feel secure
Each surge of my body brings me closer to my baby
I welcome my baby with happiness and joy
I am ready to be a mother



Pray and read sacred text or other spiritually inspiring words. Examples: 


  • Consider choosing faith-based affirmations such as these written by a Christian mama:

    • Or write your own: “I will not worry about this pregnancy. Because I cannot control that which only God can control.”

  • Search out sacred texts for meaningful quotations, such as these Bible quotes:

    • With God all things are possible – Matt 19:26

    • I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength – Phil 4:13

    • The peace that passes understanding will guard your heart and mind – Phil 4:7

    • He will cover you with his feathers, and under His wings you will find rest – Ps 91:4

    • The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid – Heb 13:6

    • Perfect love casts out fear – 1 John 4:18

    • You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made – Ps 139:13

    • For God did not give us a spirit of fear, but of love and power and of calm and well-balanced mind – 2 Tim 1:7

    • He will command his angels concerning you, to guard you in all your ways; they will lift you up in their hands – Ps 91:12

    • Be truly glad, there is wonderful joy ahead – I Pet 1:16

• Prayer
Prayer implies reaching out to something greater than yourself – and often, as we hand our concerns over to a Higher Power, we surrender our effort to control the outcome. It supports good health and offers a release that induces the relaxation response. There is no “right way” to pray. Examples:


Please allow me to release all resistance and fighting energy and rest peacefully. Allow me to feel safe. Allow me to feel that I am ok right where I am right now and to trust that whatever I need is making its way to me just as I need it.


Lord – My baby and my body belong to you. I am the vessel for your new life. Thank you for allowing me to be a co-creator with you. May my heart, mind and body rest in your arms. May your perfect will be done.