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Coach Kela

Coach Kela

Why your WHY is more important than your how…

How long have you been trying to have a baby? How long have you been longing and wishing you would just get pregnant already? How many times have you prayed about it? How desperate have you felt? So many women come to me not being able to conceive. They have been to doctors and been told there is nothing wrong with them. They have been told to just keep trying, it will happen. They have been told to put it in Gods hands.

Many times you are doing all the right things. You are eating the right foods and sleeping and stressing less however you haven’t shifted your mindset. Have you taken time to explore how you feel about pregnancy? Do you have any doubts about your ability to conceive? Do you trust your body? Have you really gotten down to the core of WHY you want to be a mom? What will having that do for you? How will your life change and the others around you change when you finally become a mom?

Sometimes we want something SO bad that we create blocks in our body that we don’t realize we are creating. We are all these balls of energy. Is your energy moving from a place of desperation and distress? Are you operating at a low frequency? How do you feel about childbirth and your ability to carry a baby?

Getting to your Why will unlock blocks you didn’t know you had and will open the pathways for you to be able to conceive.

An exercise I love to have my clients do when trying to get to the bottom of and define their why is to ask yourself these simple yet powerful questions, Why do you want to be a mom? When you get that answer ask yourself why that, keep asking why until you get to the root of your why. At first it will feel uncomfortable but keep going until you land on the deepest version of your why.

Once you get to your why lets anchor it. An anchor is something physical in your external in your environment that will remind you of your why every time you see it. A picture of your future baby, your wedding ring, a body part. Anything that will remind you of why you want to be a mom.

Now that you have your why and you have anchored it you can begin the how’s.

Love and health,

Coach Kela

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