I learned a couple of things from being a birthworker-
- How we speak to ourselves and others directly affects our ability to trust, surrender, grow, and become.
- Memories live inside the body, traumatic or not, and shape you/your decision on the outside.
- Learning how to reframe words could make all the difference between devastation vs empowerment.
- Birthing a baby into this word can’t not change you as a woman.
- Every single person that has been birthed into this existence has a different birth story.
- There are countless women who want to provide a voice for those who feel as if their voice has been taken away.
- Sometimes it can take months, even years, to process a single moment and realize the truth behind what your heart has been feeling.
- The birth work world is a lot larger than I would have guessed.
- Bodies intuitively know how to birth a baby.
- We have moved so far away from our instinctual nature that somehow we’ve forgotten our true strength and power.
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