With your next breath you can, ________, feel free to focus on your throat now. The throat is a very important part of the body, especially in childbirth. Related to your vagina. So that with your next breath can just imagine what it might look like inside as your throat begins to loosen and relax a little more with each breath out and down. And as you breathe you can imagine the oxygen. Follow it right into your lungs, becoming aware that as you breathe in your chest rises a bit...and as you breathe it falls a bit...rises...and falls...So that as your chest expands you actually create more space inside...for your heart, your lungs...for every organ to adjust and find the healthiest position at any given moment in time.
So that with your next breath can begin to travel to your stomach now. Your stomach is an incredibly adjustable and resilient organ. It knows how to move up and out of the way as the baby grows. Without you even needing to think about it, your stomach knows how to adjust, to yield to your baby on the inside. Just begin to breathe out any tension from your stomach now, so that it can become calm. Like a calm peaceful lake, in which you could skip a stone and watch the circles spread...outwards and...outwards...smoother and smoother now.
So that with your next breath you can, _______ , can travel down into your vagina now. As if you could breathe in through your throat and right out through your vagina. In through your throat and out through the vagina. Clearing the way for a very smooth, open passageway...for birth.