1.) Eliminate why you think you can’t concieve.
Aside from your doctor maybe telling you that you are infertile, there are other factors that can contribute to why you think you cannot conceive.
One of the main factors is having a Western mindset. It’s not your fault that we have a Western mindset, but it’s important to know that we can change it to have a more fruitful mindset.
As a result of having a Western mindset we also live a Western lifestyle.
So it should come as no surprise that you’ve been given a Western diagnosis among all the possible diagnosises you could have received.
Nor is it any surprise that we end up having infertile relationships, a direct symptom of a Western mindsets.
Another symptom is that we neglect our ancient ancestral fertility wisdom and intuition, and because of this we often accept that we cannot conceive.BHowever our ancestral knowledge teaches us better.
Lastly, thinking we have to do it alone can be stressful and cause us to give up, further reinforcing the many reasons why we think we cannot conceive.
Eliminating our Western mindset, changing or Western lifestyle, not settling for just a Western diagnosis or infertile relationships and replacing the rejection of our ancestral fertility wisdom and thinking we have to do it alone, with going within and fertility coaching, can change our Western mindset with the fertility mindset.
2.) Change how you think about fertility.
One way to fast-track changing your mindset is to be part of a fertility community or to use fertility coaching.
Getting a non-Western diagnosis for fertility issues can also dramatically change why you think you can’t conceive to knowing you can conceive.
Next be present and in the moment can open you up to how you feel about fertility and conception.
Letting go of certain beliefs ideas, and misconceptions are also key to changing your mindset about your fertility health.
Simply meditating can open up your mind to all the different possibilities, and bring a new conceptions of reality that can trigger a physical change in your body to allow you to conceive, even without much effort.
Just becoming more spiritually awakened can do wonders for your mentality and fertility.
Combining all this and changing your lifestyle to a more fertile lifestyle can be the push you need to make to welcome fertility into your mindset and your body.
Oftentimes, fertility treatment may include mental and emotional healing that you didn’t know you needed, or that you didn’t know could help you concieve your child.
Another thing that can help is knowing your Constitution, which is often used to help diagnose people in many Eastern and African medicinal practices.
Once diagnosed these Eastern or African medicinal practices usually require you to do a fertility fast, fertility cleanse, and hormonal balancing.
It may also be recommended that you go on a fertility diet, consume fertility herbs, or use essential oils that are good for fertility.
Some other things that are helpful are exercise, acupressure acupuncture, certain types of healing baths, crystals smudging and womb healing.
4.) Learn how to tell when you ovulate.
Despite taking sexual education class in school many women still don’t know when they ovulate. The idea of being able to know when you ovulate is only just now becoming a thing.
Learning how to tell when you ovulate includes knowing your basal body temperature, you are a cervical fluid, and your cervical position.
Secondary fertility signs also help you to know when you are ovulating and there are many other less popular fertility signs that many women swear by as being an indicator of when you ovulate.
Knowing when you ovulate can profoundly change your view about thinking that you cannot conceive.
5.) Practice living a fertility friendly lifestyle.
Living a fertile lifestyle is a journey that every black woman should embrace what are you are trying to conceive a baby or not. It’s involves tracking your fertility signs and when you ovulate, starting a fertility, I’m going on a 30 to 90 day fertilty regiment.
6.) Join a Fertility Community
A fertility Community or a fertility coach can take all the guesswork out of fertility planning. Fertility coaching can be done by somebody who has more experience than you or an expert and can help you with fertility support, counseling, fertility treatment recommendations, identifying progress on your fertility journey, and reducing the fertility stress that women often feel when trying to have a baby.
Following these steps to change your mindset about fertility can be the paradigm shift that you need to see real physical results.
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