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Calm, Comfortable Childbirth with EFT - Using EFT for Labor and Birth
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Like most pregnant women, as you progress through pregnancy, you will be met with emotions, anxieties, doubts, questions, decisions and responsibilities that you never considered before. Many feelings will center around the pregnancy and the impending labor and birthing, but other unresolved emotional issues are often stirred as well. Experiences or recollections that may be painful, or hurtful, limit your ability to approach your child's birth free calmly and comfortably.

Unresolved issues that are not addressed during pregnancy will undoubtedly surface as fears when you are in labor. Fear and tension during labor can, and do, affect the course and duration of labor. You will want to thoroughly explore any thoughts and fears that are troubling you. Properly preparing your mind and body for baby's birth includes freeing yourself of reservations, limiting thoughts and harmful emotions.

It's immensely helpful for both you and your partner to be able to identify and take a look at the emotions that are fostering any uneasiness and neutralize them with meridian tapping, EFT in particular. EFT can be used to release any conflict you may be harboring, consciously or subconsciously, as a result of your negative emotions. By using EFT to work through, and resolve, any lingering emotions, limiting thoughts, experiences or memories that stand in the way of any easy birth, you will be able to approach the birth of your baby with confidence and ease. In this article, six common areas of concern will be addressed, and some helpful suggestions for EFT set-up and reminder phrases accompany each area of concern. If you are unfamiliar with the series of pressure points known as the EFT sequence, you may want to find out how to do EFT basics to get the full benefits of this article.

The following list of concerns may or may nor reflect your own personal issues. These key areas of concern are meant to inspire you to discover and release your own personal issues and limiting beliefs relating to labor and birth...

(Note: If baby is in breach presentation, thoroughly addressing the following issues before the onset of labor can turn the baby into an optimal position for birthing.)

1) Explore our own birth story

Ask yourself:

What stories have I heard about my own birth?

Are these stories positive and encouraging, or negative and frightening?

Do I feel like I am destined to duplicate my mother's labor?

Tapping on all the EFT points, starting with the Karate Chop Point say the following:

"Even though my mother told me that labor was.....(insert your own personal details), I deeply and profoundly accept myself and my mother."

"I now allow myself to recognize that I am not my mother, and this in not my mother's pregnancy."

"I am an entirely different person, this is a different time and different circumstances."

2) What have you learned from others' birth stories?

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Study more articles on EFT from Monika Benoit at Tappinginternational.com. Discover more about meridan tapping and EFT methods today!

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