People give me this incredulous look when I tell them I formed my daughter with words.
Wait a minute, was I supposed to allow nature, biology, or science to take over the creation process and have them deliver just an anyhow kind of baby to me?
To put things in perspective. Getting to know I was pregnant was both scary and exciting at the same time.
Being a first-time mum, haven lived a pampered life, concerned with weight gain, hormones and all the shenanigans that come with pregnancy, I was miffed, to say the least.
But soon as I got past that, yeah, I zoomed to phase “what is worth doing at all is worth doing well.”
So, how was I going to ensure that I still look sleek and trendy while carrying this precious seed? Also, how was I going to ensure that this child turns out in a way that I will be delighted?
Leave that thing guys, all of us want to give birth to extremely cute children. While genes play a contributing factor, I decided not to recognize that but rather I resorted to forming Sophia with WORDS.
From her skin color to her uterus, her intellect, eyes and every part of her body that you can imagine, I spoke words exactly the way I wanted them to be.
And I made my declarations a ritual sort of. Meaning, no matter the condition of the day, I said my affirmations regarding how I wanted her to look several times a day.
The part of her health and looks I was particular about during my affirmations had to do with those areas I personally had one challenge or the other.
For example, since I had an eye defect as a child, I made sure to channel my confessions in that area and spoke perfect vision for her instead. I feel like I molded every part of her body with words.
Here is the deal …
Don’t allow science, biology or nature give you a baby that you do not want. With your mouth; confess, declare, affirm exactly what it is you want with your baby.
Even if the doctors and test results are bringing something contradictory to your doorstep, please I beg you, refuse to accept their words as absolute truths. With your words, you can shape, form and create whatever it is you desire your baby to be.
If you are a mom to be, congratulations! One resource that helped me during this time that can help you is Supernatural Childbirth by Jackie Mize…