I’ve shared 4 keys to empowered conception and pregnancy with you this week – toxins, food and nourishment, relationships and communication, and self care and stress reduction. Trust holds all of this together. We’ll be exploring all of these more deeply next week during the Creating Fertile Ground Virtual Conference, but for now, let’s explore trust.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I strive to come from a place of love and not fear, but let’s talk for a minute about what can happen when you don’t have trust.
You doubt the choices you make, sending you into an anxious tailspin.
You lose confidence in your ability to have what you want.
You fall back into old habits that keep you from moving forward.
You give up your power and hand it over to others.
You regret shifting out of alignment with your core values.
When you take the time and do the work necessary to cultivate trust, firstly in yourself and then in others, you can create an environment for the experience that you want, even if things don’t go according to plan.
With the foundation of trust,
You know what you want and take action to making it happen.
Your surround yourself with people who will support you in your choices.
You learn from your old habits as they remind you why you are moving forward.
You excavate a deeper power than you may have known you had.
You live in alignment with your authentic self, creating what you most desire.
When you create a strong foundation of trust, all of these other pieces fall into place because you know you can do it. If you doubt in your ability to follow through, you will continue to fall short of your dreams. When you can step into your place of power and fully trust, then the magic happens….
Peace, Love, and Wellness,
So much good info here! I’m looking forward to checking out all the posts in this series, and also learning more about the conference. Will share in my newsletter for sure. 🙂
Thank you Eithne!
Knowing what you want AND taking action are two of the hardest things when it comes to the self. I admire when people take the first step in a process to better themselves with supportive decision making, as it can be scary! Loved your post. Thank you!
Yes Alyson, it can be hard, but so empowering when you find trusted support to help you! I’m so glad it resonated with you!