It is thought that a woman who wants to get pregnant will, and woman who do not want to get pregnant won't. Some obvious factors can make those statements obvious. A woman who wants to be pregnant usually will not use birth control or anything else to stop conception. A woman who wants to be mummy free will most likely use birth control and other abstinence methods from conception. But is it possible that birth control doesn't really play as important a part as the brain?
Think of it this way…If you tell your body that you want to have a baby, its job is to prepare. You will ovulate, your uterus prepares and creates a lining, and you might start eating a little more or feel a little more tired. This is your body's way of preparing for what you asked from it. If you are sure that you want to get pregnant, your body should cooperate with that mental affirmation, and you will get pregnant. If there is any doubt in your mind, the chances lessen.
This would explain when women get pregnant on birth control or do not get pregnant without birth control. Or how a woman who found out about an unwanted pregnancy, might suddenly miscarry.
The idea is that you can tell your body what you want it to do, and it will do it as long as you keep the affirmations going. Wanting to be pregnant should be clear in your mind, and you should repetitively tell your body that. If you don't keep up the affirmation, your body might go back to its instinctual schedule and catch you off guard.
Suggesting that you tell yourself monthly, after your period, about your decision to conceive that month or not, is the best way to prepare yourself. Going with the theory that you can tell your body once will not make it a forever deal. Or to the contrary, it might affect your future chances of fertility.
Do you really want to get pregnant? Or are you just doing it because your partner wants to, or because you think it might be fun? Choosing to be pregnant for the hell of it can cause adverse reactions in your body. You might become doubtful at times or decide off, and on that, you don't really want to be pregnant. This might cause complications, and it is definitely a good idea to make sure you really want to be pregnant. Source: Socyberty2011
I deal with the emotional aspects of conceiving and will help you get into the zone of being positive about conceiving and using hypnosis and guided imagery to get you and your womb in emotional alignment for a successful pregnancy.