“What Would You Do If You Were’nt Afraid?”
Many clients I see are very successful in the workplace and enjoy their careers.
Having a baby can introduce real feelings of conflict you may not have been expecting; as you struggle with leaving your current “baby” your career, and have mixed feelings about returning to work after giving birth.
Money: A Love Story: Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want. The title intrigued me!
As author Kate Northrup explains in her Introduction:
Money is “a stand-in for something else…we trade in money for what we want, for things that, in our eyes, have a certain value. Money in and of itself is nothing. It’s what money represents that makes the whole shebang a little complex.
Some time ago, before I qualified as a pregnancy yea teacher myself, my lovely yogi friend Louise aka The Yoga Cook created a series of prenatal yoga poses or breathing exercises to help you to connect with your chakras during your pregnancy.
The third chakra – known as the solar plexus chakra – focuses on personal power. Circular movements connect us to nature. In a natural birth a baby comes out in a spiral movement. It is great to practice circular movements in pregnancy as they are flowing, feminine and babies love them.
Jasmine -with it’s heavenly fragrance, it has an uplifting, calming and boosting effect on the emotions.
It is said to be one of the most useful oils in childbirth but is not generally recommended during pregnancy until you have reached term (37+ weeks).