Episode 51 – Reclaiming Your Self ~ 11/02/24 ~ Birthing a New Paradigm
Guest Host: Naomi Irons
Birth holds the potential to become a gateway. A powerful experience of Lifeforce in tissue, allowing us to re-birth ourselves, while bringing new life into our world.
Women have been giving birth for many many generations. How often do we stop to ask ourselves- what impact does the way we choose to move through our world have on our own experiences of pregnancy, birth and ultimately how our children then choose to shape their worlds. Do we even realize we are choosing ourselves or other then ourselves, in each moment throughout this entire process and beyond?
We are birthing the next generation into ‘our’ reality. How conscious are we in this process? What beliefs do we allow to be in flow as individuals that keep us open to our own internal experience of birth? What beliefs do we hold as absolute truth that keep us held hostage to our external world of culture, moving us away from trusting our body, the process and ultimately modeling this to our children as early as pre-conception.
Join guest-host Naomi Irons-Hill, Raina McDonald (soon to be mother) and Angela Arbucke (who recently had her third boy), as they dive into an internal journey of discovery that holds the potential to create a very different conversation about conception, our pregnancies, birth experience and ultimately the birth of a new way of being.
In conversation with: Raina McDonald and Angela Arbuckle. Raina is an artist, yoga instructor, wife, daughter, sister and soon-to-be mother. As a woman profoundly committed to her own evolution, she is experiencing constant rebirth as she creates space inside for the being growing within her womb. To find out more about Raina and what she has to offer, visit her website.
Angela is a Registered Holistic Nutrition Consultant and owner of Healthy Selections Natural Health Shoppe and a mother of three young boys.
If you prefer, you can listen to the podcast Reclaiming Your Self with Louise LeBrun using iTunes,
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