Step 1: Nutrition (Natural Treatment Protocols for 7 Hormonal Conditions)
Step 2: Self Acupressure & Yoga (4 Instructional Videos to Thicken the Uterine Lining)
Step 3: Mindfulness Meditation (2 Audio Meditations to Reduce Stress and Depression)
A PLACE TO EXPLORE IDEAS
AND HAVE CONVERSATIONS
An UNEXPECTED way to regulate blood sugar
and less anxiety.
Low vagal tone is associated with:
and much higher rates of inflammatory conditions.
Inflammatory conditions include all autoimmune diseases (endometriosis, autoimmune thyroid conditions and more) – which may affect fertility.
Vagal tone is increased through:
1. Slow, rhythmic, diaphragmatic breathing. Breathing from your diaphragm, rather than from your lungs stimulates and tones the vagus nerve.
2. Meditation which promotes feelings of curiosity and care toward yourself.
This short 5 minute breathing meditation, if practiced regularly, will increase your vagal tone – the implications of which are far reaching for fertility.
My recommendation is to practice for 20 minutes daily or twice daily.
If 20 minutes is too long, try practicing for 5 minutes, more often.
All my very best, always,
On your journey to conceive you have no doubt become aware of at least one or two waves of despair rising and falling within you. At times you feel down, hopeless, uninspired and unable to find any meaning.
Of course, there is absolutely nothing wrong with your desire for a child. It’s so human, to have some yearning in the heart, some longing for connection, to be met in presence, to be seen, to be heard, to be touched, to be held and to hold.
Let’s talk about the brain again. We know from the findings in neuroscience that the mental and emotional changes we can create through mindfulness are transformational at the very physical level of the brain. By developing the ability to focus our attention on our internal experience in the Mindful Fertility meditations, we are picking up a scalpel we can use to re-sculpt our neural pathways, stimulating growth of areas of the brain that are crucial to mental health and fertility.
When I began my work with Dr. Smikle, Reproductive Endocrinologist and Medical Director at Laurel Fertility Care, in SF, California, I felt the impulse to try to find the culprit, to try to fix “infertility” for men and women trying to conceive.
In 1978, the year the first IVF baby was born, subjective experience was considered irrelevant in medicine. Now we know that what we do with our mind changes the health of our body; more specifically, the action and structure of our brain. And it is our brain that governs the complex task of reproduction.
Just before the New Year, I asked my subscriber’s this question, “What would you have to feel if you gave up the hope of love coming in the future this New Year?” Many responded to this question with resistance. I was touched by their incredible awareness.