Meditation and Mantras: Power for your Midwifery Business

Meditation and Mantras: Power for your Midwifery Business

What is meditation and why meditation is important in our life as a midwife?

With this deafening and earsplitting setting we presently have, our mental and physical tension produces and increases stress hormones called “cortisol”. Meditation produce a deep state of relaxation and serenity in our mind. While meditating, you focus your attention and eliminate the brook of chaotic thoughts that may be crowding your mind causing stress. People often use meditation to develop beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns, and even increased pain tolerance.

As a midwife, it is important to have a clear state of mind and focus towards your career. When our mind is healthy, we stimulate positive energy and that energy can impact how other people perceive us as a person. That energy can also spread positivity with the people around you.

Over the past few years, I realized how meditation helps me to calm myself in the midst of chaos that surrounds me. I learned spending time on myself, thinking about nothing but pure relaxation and it gave me better results. It has been deeply beneficial to me, as I was able to decide properly about how I was going to decide what path I am going to take.

What is a Mantra?

According to SCL Health organization, a mantra is traditionally a short sound, word or even phrase spoken in Sanskrit and used for meditation purposes. It’s uttered in repetition to help keep our mind and body focused on the moment. And since ancient times, mantras have been considered sacred and to be calming sounds, which is why you’ll often hear the most common “om” used to wind down the end of a yoga class.

But in our modern day and age, the term “mantra” has been co-opted to include self-affirming statements that give us the strength and confidence to face the world. But the underlying purpose is still the same: It’s a way to focus our intentions and calm our minds. So rather than focusing this article on traditional Sanskrit mantras, we’ll explore some daily phrases to say in the morning and keep repeating throughout the day. If you focus your mind on these simple mottos, they should help set you up for success and positivity!

The Magic of Mantras

Regular chanting of Mantras is believed to wipe out fear, anger and depression, and help relieve disorders of the different systems in our body. Listening to mantras regulates blood pressure, heart rate, brain waves and adrenalin level. But, take note, just like regular medicines, there are specific chants for specific purposes.

Meditation and Mantras: Power for your Midwifery Business

Meditation and Mantras are powerful tools for your midwifery business. While other business owners struggles from stress and anxiety, keeping your mind and body healthy and relaxed will give you power over negativity.

Mantras eventually helps us meditate. As meditation requires focus, which is so far, difficult to achieve, but when you chant with concentration, the mind gets focused.

Below are 16 Mantras to Start Your Day Right

General Wellness

1. “My mind is brilliant. My body is healthy. My spirit is tranquil.”


2. “I create my own path and walk it with joy.”

3. “My positive thoughts guide me to new heights.”

4. “I am conquering my fears and becoming stronger each day.”

5. “I will have a good day, because it’s my choice.”

6. “I am not afraid to be wrong.”


7. “My body is a temple. I keep my temple clean.”

8. “I hold the key to better health through eating better and exercise.”

9. “Good health is a practice, and I have patience.”

10. “I listen to my body and give it what it needs.”

11. “Every cell in my body is alive and beautiful.”


12. “My potential is limitless, and I choose where to spend my energy.”

13. “While I support others, I also ask for help when needed.”

14. “I surrender to the flow and have faith in the ultimate good.”

15. “I will speak with confidence and self-assurance.”

16. “My commitment to myself is unbreakable.”