Can You Manifest the Birth You Want?

What is manifesting? Did you know it is more than just “thinking positive”? Many people are using the word manifesting synonymously with positive thinking. There is much more to manifesting… well if you want to do it the right way. 

The word 'manifestation' means to create something or turn something from an idea into a reality. In psychology, manifestation generally means using our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs to bring something to our physical reality.

Thoughts create things, but what is at the heart of this process is the feeling that the thought gives you. It is actually the feelings that bring something into your physical reality.

Example, maybe you're thinking of a beautiful birth, but feel scared at the same time because you have heard too many stories about unexpected birth events. It is the feeling that will end up being manifested into your reality. 

The Natural Birth and Beyond Method addresses this phenomenon by teaching you to have more awareness to “what” it is you are feeling. It is important to recognize the feelings that arise when you think about any aspect of your pregnancy, birth, and even your postpartum. You start this process by analyzing your beliefs about birth, about you and your birth, about your partner and your birth. Everything that could create a feeling that doesn’t align with what you want for your birth. 

By recognizing the feelings that don’t align with your idea of what you want for your birth you can work on shifting these paradigms through exercises like visualization, embodiment, or affirmations. The key is to stay consistent and do these daily along with self-awareness check-ins. There is also a masterclass that is available to help you learn more about How to Manifest Your Birth Your way. 


About the Author

Hi, I'm Marya Eddaifi

I was only 22 when I had my son. It wasn't the best experience but I didn't know better.

It wasn’t until after I became a Labor and Delivery nurse did I realize how badly I was treated and grieved over my birth. Did I tell you this was 15 years later?

After realizing how nurses and medical providers impact such a huge life event, it became my mission to change the world through beautiful birth experiences!