Satya Kaur is one of the founding directors of the international Karam Kriya School and Quinta do Rajo Ashram, in Portugal. Satya trained and worked as a Registered Midwife between 1991 and 2000, in Haringey, North London. She is one of the teachers of the Woman’s Journey program, she runs Red Tent’s and she one of the directors fo the Postnatal Support Network charity.
1/ Make 3 good portions of ginger sabzi curry and freeze them for the 3 days right after birth.
2/ Before giving birth make a list of the people that you think will be able to help you. You need to invest time and money to prepare your postnatal. Make sure to ask for help.
3/ Only have your baby in a place with people that you feel confortable with, if you are not sure, find another alternative.
4/ Consider having your baby at home
5/ Look for happiness, only pursue happiness everywhere. Have fun, do things that you enjoy and say no to things that you don’t feel like doing. Feel that you the have right.
6/ Do a lot of exercise, the baby will be smaller and i twill be easier to give birth. Move a lot, burn your calories and don’t worry there will be enough for your baby if you are healthy.
7/ Keep in close contact with Nature. Look for the parks, plant posts, play with herbs and learn how to use them. Interact with Nature.
8/ Sing, dance alone or with other people.
9/ get a lot of pillow to make yourself confortable
10/ try hypnobirthing to harvest positive thinking and programme easiness within yourself. It takes training.
and.... detach and free yourself from your mom story....