10Positive Affirmations for labor day

Being pregnant is a happy time! And astonish! and splendor! However, not every pregnant woman experiences these positive emotions throughout her pregnancy, and certainly not always. In reality, pregnancy can be extremely challenging for some women. Learning how to shift your thoughts not only during labor but also during everyday life when you encounter bad circumstances is important to give you mental stability.

Like many other aspects of life, pregnancy can have its ups and downs for some people. Pregnancy is a trip; it takes you from point A to point B (from person to parent, or from parent to parent of more), and is often marked by a definite beginning and finish. The equipment you need to make your journeys more comfortable and enjoyable should be with you at all times, just like it should for any journey or trip. Today mamas we are talking positive affirmations! Are you ready? Let’s go!

1. What are positive affirmations/mantras?

A mantra is a phrase, sentence, that you repeat to yourself over and over again, either aloud or silently. People frequently use a mantra to help them get through a difficult situation, to remember something significant, to assist modify a behavior, or to give them a boost of encouragement. Mantras are also known as affirmations, positive messages, or happy thoughts.

Similar to mindfulness, yoga, and meditation, using a mantra can help develop the mind-body connection, which can enhance both your physical and emotional health. We advise you to employ a mantra during your pregnancy, whether you choose one or more from the list provided below or come up with your own.

Throughout the day, say it out loud to yourself and write it down on sticky notes and put them in the home or workplace where you can see them. I encourage my students to learn them early in the third trimester in preparation

2. Why you should use it?

Biblically, the word of God encourages us in Proverbs 18:21 Amplified Bible (AMP)Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it and indulge it will eat its fruit and bear the consequences of their words.

This verse is telling us that there is power in what you speak! If that is the case we ought to be speaking good things about our situations to bring change you want and that includes your labor experience.

3. Here are 10 positive affirmations you can use during labor:


Remember you can create your own and also have these ones. Stay positive in God Knowing that He who started a good work in you will complete it.

Many expectant mothers are unaware that their body has a built-in pain-relieving mechanism that is designed to ‘switch on’ when the baby is born. In actuality, this hormonal mechanism is 18–35% more effective than morphine at reducing pain.

Many modern women, however, are unable to use this pain management technique while giving birth. Not because their bodies can’t, but rather because they lack the mental conditions that would allow a woman to produce enough hormones to effectively relieve pain.

Concern, anxiety, fear, panic, annoyance, frustration, fury, and rage, as well as emotional numbness, shutdown, sadness, and despair… These are all types of stress that are frequently experienced during childbirth.

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