Positive affirmations before c section (29+)

Positive affirmations before c section

  • My body is capable and strong
  • I am ready to meet my baby.
  • My mind, my body and my home are ready for my baby.
  • Me and baby are safe
  • The way I birth does not matter, we have a whole life together.
  • I will meet my baby soon.
  • Inhale peace. Exhale tension
  • My baby/babies feel my calm & confidence
  • I feel no discomfort, only the joy of birth
  • I am excited about the birth of my baby/babies
  • I trust my instincts.
  • I am present. I am doing this. We are doing this.
  • I trust my body to know what to do.
  • I feel confident. I feel safe. I feel secure.
  • Each surge of my body brings my baby closer to me.
  • I am surrounded by love and support.
  • I am prepared to meet whatever turns my birthing takes.
  • I relax and my baby relaxes with me.
  • I breathe deeply and I am calm.
  • The same love and desire I feel toward life I feel toward my baby’s birth.
  • My baby trusts me, and I trust this process.
  • I have great trust in myself and my capabilities.
  • I am relaxed and happy that my baby is finally coming.
  • Birth is powerful. I will let it empower me.
  • I am fierce but flexible.
  • I am strong and capable.
  • I can’t stop the waves, but I can learn to surf.
  • I feel good and I am beautiful, inside and out.
  • Waiting for the birth of my baby is an experience of serene joy.
  • With each deep breath, I feel better and better.
  • I am thankful that my baby can be born safely this way.
  • Birth is amazing, no matter how it happens.
  • This is the celebration of my baby.
  • My baby’s birth and our story is amazing because it is our own.
  • I welcome my baby with happiness and joy.
  • I am prepared for whatever birth my body and my baby need.
  • It is natural to be scared of the unknown, my fear is natural.
  • I will not think of it as pain to be feared. I will think of it as sensations to be embraced.
  • Every wave of contractions brings my baby closer to me.
  • I am ready for my birthing experience.
  • I will meet my baby soon.
  • I am prepared for whatever birth my body and baby need.
  • Trust in my abilities, trust in my choices.
  • There is nothing wrong with being afraid. My fear demonstrates my love. I will work through my fear and be left only with love.
  • Soon my baby will leave my body, but it will never leave my heart. I am already a mother, and I will always be a mother. We are just evolving from one body to two.
  • It is not pain I am feeling, it is my body doing what it is made for.
  • When I feel I can do it no longer, I can, and I will.
  • I look forward to my birthing day.
  • My baby is making its way into the world on waves of contractions.
  • Inhale strength and exhale pain.
  • Soon I will meet my baby, and the pain of birth will dissipate.
  • I do not need validation from others. My body, my baby, my birth.
  • I am joining the generations of mothers who have birthed before me. They did it and so can I.
  • Childbirth is a natural process. Whatever happens, it will be my birthing experience and I will embrace it.
  • For water births: The warm water is welcoming my baby, helping it gently from my body and into the world.
  • We are all born through our mother’s pain. With this pain, I am giving my child life.
  • I will be present at every moment. I will not try to escape this birth. Instead, I will embrace it and the life I am giving to my child.
  • I trust God to guide me and my baby through birth.
  • God chose this day for my baby to be born.
  • Have patience, my baby will arrive when God deems the time is right.
  • Between each contraction, I shall rest with the Lord.
  • Our Lord has given us this baby, and he shall choose how our baby comes into the world. I will trust his decision.
  • I shall cast my fear and anxiety onto Him, for he is the Lord, our God, and I live in his love.
  • I can do this through Him, for he gives me strength.
  • He is here beside me and I am doing what He has designed for me.
  • We welcome his beautiful creation into the world.
  • Praise be, for the Lord, our God, is guiding me through this pain.
  • Christ strengthens me.
  • The spirit of God has made me and the breath of the Almighty gives me life.
  • The safe delivery of my baby is the most important thing.
  • Every birth is a valid birth.
  • Allowing medical intervention shows love for my baby.
  • I am giving my baby the best birth possible.
  • The story of my baby’s birth is amazing because it is our birth story.
  • My love for my baby is what makes me a mother, not how I give birth.
  • Our delivery team wants only what is best for me and my baby.
  • There is no weakness in cesarean birth because to give up my plan shows strength.
  • I am in the right place, doing the right thing.
  • My choosing a cesarean is not a failure. It is an empowered, informed choice.
  • Birth is miraculous, no matter how it happens.
  • As I see my baby lifted from my body, I will feel the joy surge through me. 
  • I embrace decisions I make.
  • Today I am celebrating my baby’s birth.
  • I focus on what I can control and I let go of what I can’t.
  • I look forward to meeting my baby.
  • My body will heal.
  • I put all fear aside and welcome my baby with happiness and joy.
  • I am prepared for whatever path my birth may take.
  • This is birth, whatever path it may take.
  • I accept the choices my body and my baby need.
  • I am becoming a mother, I am a mother.
  • This is my birth story, it belongs to me.
  • I trust the people who are caring for me and my baby.
  • I am a strong and capable mother.
  • This is the right place and I am doing the right thing.
  • I have the strength I need to adapt to any changes that may come.
  • I am grateful that my baby can be born safely here.

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