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Fertility Road Magazine 46 - September/October 2018

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The latest issue of Fertility Road Magzine brings you our latest Fertility Journeys update, a closer look at stress and infertility, natural approaches to endometriosis and a how your weight can affect your chances of getting pregnant plus lots, lots more.

MIND a whole lot easier.

MIND a whole lot easier. The brain can’t help but think, “But it IS difficult!” Again, what’s happening is your brain taking past experiences and assigning it to the future. It’s not a true statement on its own that, “Getting pregnant is hard,” but when we believe and expect it to be, that’s what we are met with a match to from the Universe. So, it seems like things just keep happening to prove your point, but it’s literally only because we are assigning weight and meaning to it. What do I mean by assigning meaning to it? The situation as it is, is not stressful. It’s when you make it mean something, that it’s stressful. So, it’s the thought- not the situation that’s causing you pain. For example, if you’re still getting a cycle and have at least one ovary and a uterus- you’re fine. It’s when you think it should have happened by now, or it’s not fair, or too late, that you stress yourself out. It’s a belief that fertility is harder than other areas in your life. From an energy perspective, it’s not. I know that can be tough to wrap our heads around sometimes, but it’s true. And it’s necessary to begin shifting your energy if you want to get out of the pattern. We must take some of the weight off of this idea of infertility so that it doesn’t feel so heavy energetically. It’s hard not to constantly focus on the lack and what’s going wrong with your fertility, but here are three simple things you can do to start shifting the tide. 1) Make a list of why it could be easy to get pregnant. What DO you have going for you (ex: supportive spouse, taking care of self, regular cycle, had sex this month, etc.). We need to stop focusing on the problem, and focus on the solution and what feels good/capable. Why is it likely this could actually work? Feel into that daily. 2) Pick relief. Sometimes it can be hard to make the energetic leap from fear of losing your dream, to “I’m pregnant!” So, relief is an emotion in the middle of those two, and once we can feel that, it’s easier for the brain to entertain the positive thoughts. What’s one thing that makes you feel relief about your current situation? What’s one thing YOU can do for yourself that makes you feel relief? Why in THIS moment right now, are you OK? (Because you are. I promise!) 3) Look at other areas in your life where you’ve achieved something you never had before/didn’t know if you could. Remind yourself that energy in one area of your life isn’t different than another, so if you’ve achieved things in career, family, money, etc.; Then it is possible in this area as well. Write them down, close your eyes, put one hand on your solar plexus and say those things aloud daily. Make a list of all your victories because it makes you feel capable- and that’s the energy you need to make a human. A’ndrea is a Reiki Master and Holistic Fertility Specialist. She uses a combination of reiki, intuition and mindset coaching to move women through the emotional and physical blocks that are impeding them from conceiving naturally. Her book, How to Get Pregnant, Even When You’ve Tried Everything: A Mind-Body Guide to Fertility is available on Amazon and Llewellyn Worldwide. Though based in New York City, she helps clients all over the world achieve their dream of motherhood. 28 | | fertilityroadmag | follow us @fertilityroad

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