A poem: A birthkeepers letter too Bridget, a goddess of birth.
Watch me read it here: https://youtu.be/l34OgjfJyOE Or read it in your own time: Dear Bridget, Goddess of healing, goddess of service, goddess of birth. Gratitude to you for the power, and strength, gifting women self worth. To birth our babies takes so much work. Trust, surrender, and not feel a block. Be in touch with our instinct, intuition. Be in our heart, not our head, not feel inhibition. Bridget you guide the birthkeeper in holding the space, In trusting the process,
'Sacred pause' what does it mean? I use to think I knew but the winter this year taught me I never really knew what it meant. I thought I did, I thought I rested. I thought i had truly experienced sacred pause, but I hadnt really. Within the wheel of the year, are the sacred directions. In the north, the place of winter, is the place of rest. The north in our wheel of the year, in the northern hemisphere is where time stands still. The time the trees sleep, their sap flows d
A Week in the Life of a Birthkeeper
A Week in the Life of A Birth Keeper It’s hard to choose a week to write about because each week is so different. So I just figured I’ll start with today and see how the week unfolds. Day One This is my forth week on call for a birthing family. I spoke with my client on the phone today. They decided to book an induction for Friday, so we discussed logistics: timings for the day and the process of induction. After this I took some time to walk my dog before completing som