Release. Letting go.

In previous years, during our house renovation, even heavily pregnant, if you had given me a mallet I would have ‘released’ by knocking a wall down or taking some plaster of a wall..! More seriously though, my go-to release mechanisms are either to laugh or cry and this morning I cried. I needed to release and it helped! I cried those big rolling down my cheeks sort of tears, the type I haven’t cried for a long time. Then, I took a few deep breaths and could think clearly again!

Different things affect us in different ways, depending on how we’re feeling at the time. Our reaction to something can differ depending on what else has happened that day, week or month..

The need to release can build up over time, or it can catch you unexpectedly, but if your mind is signalling that it needs to let go, don’t stop it, it will benefit you going forward!

If you’re expecting and would like to understand how to release any fear you have about birth, replacing it with calm confidence. My birth preparation course using KG hypnobirthing supports both mothers AND fathers-to-be so that they are in control of their experience leaving them feeling empowered about the decisions they make every step of the way. For testimonials head to my website

“Feel the feeling but don’t become the emotion. Witness it. Allow it. Release it.” - Crystal Andrus



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