With your next breath you can, ________, return to that point on the back of your neck. This time just letting the relaxation spread...up your scalp...down your forehead, so that your eyebrows can drift...further and further apart. Letting the relaxation spread right down your face and jaw, right through to your throat again, breathing out any tension from your throat and traveling, following your breath as it travels down into your womb right now.
BONDING WITH YOUR BABY IN THE WOMB
And as you breathe now your baby, _______, knows how to release, to adjust around and move on the inside. You might even feel your baby moving now. Sink down into your breathing, deepening your rest as if your breath like the hammock could support you, safely and surely support you as your body releases into the fabric now. Knowing that as you breathe in, all the oxygen needed travels right through the cord into your baby. As you breathe, follow the oxygen right down into the placenta now. Your breath knows how to travel. The oxygen travels easily through the placenta, through the cord, _______, into your baby without you even needing to think about it. So that you can imagine what it actually looks like on the inside, _______, inside of the womb now. You can give yourself the right to see what your baby might look like. Little handprints, tiny footprints all its own. Like no other baby that has ever come before. Can look deep, deep into your baby's eyes. Say "Hello". Giving yourself the right to, _______,