Hypnobirthing the mongan method pdf

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of hypnotherapists and midwives by Marie Mongan (the founder of HypnoBirthing ) The HypnoBirthing method of childbirth is based on the work of an English. new PDF HypnoBirthing: The Mongan Method: A natural approach to a safe , easier, more comfortable birthing (3rd Edition) Full Online. Congratulations on choosing to become a Gold Seal member of the Mongan. HypnoBirthing is as much a philosophy of birthing as it is a method or. claim to.

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Hypnobirthing The Mongan Method Pdf

hypnobirthing the mongan method Parent Manual_v2 - Download as PDF File . pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. hypnobirthing the mongan method. Birthing By Marie F. Mongan EBOOK EPUB KINDLE PDF Access to PDF File: f12ac Hypnobirthing: The Mongan Method, Revised Edition. -Time Magazine HypnoBirthing®: A Celebration of Life - with Birth Exercise CD approach to safer, easier, more comfortable birthing--The Mongan Method.

Shelves: parenting Well, well. What to say about this book. To preface, I should say that I grew up being told by my own mother exactly what this author is saying, namely, that contractions during childbirth don't hurt and that giving birth is just a lot of pressure "down there". My mom described the feeling of contractions to me as a heavy truck hanging from a rope that is attached at your cervix, pulling down into a deep abyss of nothingness, but not painfully. And so, for most of my teenage years I assumed that Well, well. And so, for most of my teenage years I assumed that most other women who gave birth were just a little overly sensitive, imagining pain were in fact there wasn't any. Then I gave birth the first time, and I thought I had been lied to my whole life, because, oh man, did it ever hurt! In fact, hurt and pain were an under-statement, I felt. The second time giving birth, I came in more prepared, and I tried to do the things my mom told me she did while laboring with me which was essentially a form of self-hypnosis and deep relaxation , and although it did help me stay in control of the pain, it did NOT take away the pain. But it did make the whole experience easier and more peaceful, at least up to a certain degree.

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Find out more about OverDrive accounts. HypnoBirthers say their form of deep relaxation takes the panting and pain out of labor. Childbirth is not something to be feared; it is a natural expression of life.

With HypnoBirthing, your pregnancy and childbirth will become the gentle, life-affirming process it was meant to be. In this easy-to-understand guide, HypnoBirthing founder Marie Mongan explodes the myth of pain as a natural accompaniment to birth. She proves through sound medical information that it is not our bodies but our culture that has made childbirth a moment of anguish, and that when we release the fear of birth, a fear that is keeping our bodies tense and closed, we will also release the pain.

HypnoBirthing is nature, not manipulation. And nothing she writes proves that it is fear that causes pain. I kept waiting for her explanation of why women experience after-pains, something that certainly isn't related to fear given that the birth is already over at that point and you have your lovely little baby in your arms Now, I have done years of yoga, and I know that you can stay in control and breathe through pain, to a certain degree.

And as a former dancer I also know that relaxing tired, aching, tight muscles while you are using them can go a looong way in pushing your body beyond its own capacity. And I do believe that there is a body-mind connection that is lost on a lot of non-athletes. So, in a way, I agree with some of what she is saying. I believe in relaxation. But to claim that pain during labor is a social construct that you can just visualize away It's irresponsible and counter-productive because it causes what it seeks to prevent, namely fear of the system.

And it also adds a whole ton of guilt, guilt about feeling pain, guilt about having chosen the wrong practitioner, guilt about not doing things right, guilt about drugging up your baby with an epidural which, she says, is a terrible, terrible thing to do, making you an "unloving" mom before your baby is even born And I feel like we modern moms have quite enough of guilt to deal with already.

We need to do and be so many tings before the baby is even born to qualify us as good mothers, from the choice of diet she, of course, has a whole chapter to say about that, too , to the choice of diaper, to the choice of hospital, to the choice of underwear, that I sometimes wonder if the reason not more women have more babies is simply that they are tired of feeling guilty and useless. The author talks of giving birth in a nice, trusting, positive environment, where you feel calm and loved and accepted.

But she does very little to help you feel that way, making you think hospitals where most of us do give birth are evil, untrustworthy institutions and doctors unknowledgeable fools a problem with most natural-birth advocacy books. To decline routine IV prep upon admission. Other requests: The patience and understanding of medical caregivers to refrain from any practice or procedure that could unnecessarily stand in the way of our having the most natural birth possible. We ask that staff honour need for quiet and refrain from references to "pain".

To have a private birthing room with subdued lighting and drawn drapes for both labour and birthing. To have the following persons present during my birthing: To elect wheelchair assistance or to walk to room. Syntocinon drip or other procedures as a last resort. To return home until labour progresses further if less than 4 centimetres dilated and other factors do not warrant admission.

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Hypnobirthing : the Mongan method : a natural approach to a safe, easier, more comfortable birthing

Mother [ ] Father [ ] other birth companion [ ] to help "receive" the baby if at all possible. To have our other children present [ ] during [ ] shortly after birth. Use of birthing stool or bed for squatting or leaping frog position. Oil and hot compresses to avoid episiotomy. Immediate breast-feeding to assist in natural placenta expulsion. Father to remain with baby in the event of a surgical procedure. Uterine massage to assist birth of placenta.

To allow labour to take its natural course without references to "moving things along. No augmentation of labour via Syntocinon. To allow natural birthing instincts to facilitate the descent of the baby. To enjoy labour tub or shower prior to ROM and even after if hospital policy permits. Minimal number of vaginal exams. To be fully apprised and consulted before the introduction of a medical procedure.

Use of HypnoBirthing breathing techniques without staff prompts To birth in an atmosphere of gentle encouragement during the final birthing phase without coaching". To assume a birthing position of choice that will least likely require an episiotomy. To change positions and assume labour positions of choice.

Use of suctioning device rather than forceps if assistance is medically necessary. Natural nipple stimulation to assist in birth of placenta No cord traction. Allow up to 30 minutes if necessary for natural placenta delivery.

Episiotomy only if necessary and only after consultation. To have the use of a birthing ball if one is available. Use of topical anaesthetic for episiotomy. To remain in pool for water birthing if available. Videotaping of birth.

Use of mirror to enable me to see crowning and birth. That care provider allow for complete birthing before suctioning baby. Allow vernix to be absorbed into baby's skin. To have bright lights temporarily removed until baby is moved to mother's chest. Breast-feeding only. Breast-feeding several times during the first few hours after birth.

To have footprints made in the baby's birth book. No bottles.

HypnoBirthing: The Mongan Method

Oral Vitamin K to be used if it is available. For male baby. Father will stay with mother and baby throughout the hospital stay. Delay cord clamping and cutting until after pulsation has ceased. We know you join us in looking forward to a beautiful birth. Hands and Knees. CALM breathing. Breathe out with mouth open. Body loose and limp One long breath. Inhale and breathe baby down and out through vagina.

I will not feel discomfort. Today my body is opening and releasing my child to me. I will not let my mind interfere. Birth Affirmation Today is the day I have been waiting so patiently for. I will give my body all the time it needs to work. I will surrender to the opening of my body. Today is the day that I will cherish forever. I must remain open. I am surrounded by love and trust. I know I must give myself to the emotions of birth. They come from deep within me. Within me. I know that it will require much from me.

I can feel the stirrings that I have wondered about since the first realisation of what was to come. Opening up like the petals of a spring tulip on a cool morning. As the waves come. My body is beginning a labor of love. My body knows what to do. I can feel the strength in my body.

I must let it be. I will not track time other than to gaze at the sun or the stars. I accept all that comes to pass with the birth of my child. I will triumph with them. My mind stays steadily focused on the wonderful expression of love that I am feeling as I birth my child. Today I will show my strength. My body has hundreds of thousands of years of history in it that will allow me to birth my child with joy and ease.

Summer Page I feel joy! Today my body will fulfil the purpose for which it has been made. My body is strong. Each time you will be able to go deeper and deeper into ultimate relaxation — the kind that you will use when you give birth to your baby.

Each time you will be able to achieve this wonderful state in a shorter amount of time. As your eyes close even more tightly.

You become aware that it seems now… that all the little muscles in and around your eyes are becoming more and more relaxed. Repeat as necessary. Allow your eyelids to gently close.

The Ultimate Hypnobirthing Techniques Guide

And your eyelids seem to close so thoroughly. Once again now. Take in a deep breath and now. Each time that we practice. And you go deeper and deeper. As you bring yourself deeper into total comfort. Slowly exhale to the count of 8. Once more. Now as you begin to feel the soft tingling of relaxation on the soles of your feet. Slowly inhale to the count of 4 — pause b. Recite only two or three colors each time you practice so that the practice does not become too time consuming.

As this same quality of relaxation drifts down and around your cheeks… and your mouth… and all the rest of your facial muscles. Just make yourself comfortable. These thoughts are reassuring as you give yourself permission. Drawing away all tension… leaving you calm and at peace. And you continue to go deeper. A wonderful sense of well-being settles into every muscle. Down into the ground. Allow your body now to absorb. Feel your body respond to this beautiful slow.

Just the way the soft spring rain melts into the earth. The only sound you are hearing now is the sound of my voice. Sounds will not disturb you or interrupt your relaxation. Release all tension from your chest now.

And your heartbeat slows to 60 beats per minute — the perfect resting rate. The relaxation. And you go deeper… and deeper still. Softly rest your tongue behind your front upper teeth. Let the soft mist of each of the colors of the rainbow permeate your entire body… bringing you confidence and assurance.

In this perfectly relaxed state. As your shoulders go limp and loose. Picture yourself now on a bed of mist — a soft. On occasion. Taking away all tension. Your entire upper body. Totally loose… totally limp. And so. Your blood flows smoothly and freely throughout your body miraculously bringing just the right amount of oxygen to every muscle.

And your breathing becomes rhythmic… slowing to 14 breaths per minute — the perfect resting level. And your body. Bathing you in a soft. In fact. Your mind releases and your body releases and you go twice as deeply into relaxation.

And you go deeper and deeper still. Breathe in the yellow mist as it bathes you in that sea of calm… and go deeper. Now picture yourself on a mist of grayish blue — the color of blueberry.

And feel your throat and neck relax. Feel the green mist surrounding your body like a soft shawl. Let the red mist of perfect relaxation drift throughout all of your body… bringing your mind and your body deeper and deeper. So comfortable that it hardly seems to be there at all.

As you breathe in the soft green mist. And go deeper… and deeper. Your body and your mind are in harmony as they prepare to work together for your well-being.

Feel your body become even more limp… so safe and so comfortable. Now your body begins to feel more and more relaxed. Leaving you in soft. Breathe the red mist that gently wraps your body in a soft blanket of natural relaxation. Breathe in the soft yellow mist of calm with each slow breath that you take. Feel the soothing sensation drifting all around you.

Your mind and your muscles continue to align in perfect harmony with nature. Filled with the energy of a calm and loving heart… free your body to blend in with perfect harmony with green… and find yourself in harmony with nature. Let it flow and drift throughout your being. Your body is at peace as the blue mist calms and soothes it. All of nature is in tune with red. You are in tune with nature. Feel a wonderful sense of peace envelop every cell. Your body is at peace as the yellow mist of natural relaxant envelops and soothes you.

You are in harmony with the color yellow. With the green mist you open your heart and your life to even greater love. Green is the color of Spring and birth and the earth gives forth life in the Spring… and so. You and your body are in harmony with orange. The throat and neck vibrate to the color of blue… so breathe in the blue mist and feel all the tension in the area of the neck and the throat melting away. Draw the orange mist in and through your abdomen and feel it.

Picture yourself. And so every muscle. Because your chest and your heart vibrate to the color green. Work with it and you will emerge feeling fully energized.

Your natural birthing instinct tells you that you will bring your baby into the world in a peaceful. Become filled with the white light. Trusting that they will play out the design of nature. To become fully alert and continue the activities of the day or evening.