Posted by JoyRae Freeman on 06/03/2017

GET Pregnant

GET Pregnant

WHAT ! ? 

Yes, I'm serious . . women of all ages AND men

Get "pregnant" with the creation of your most sacred role in creating a better world.  Provide fertile ground, sow the seeds, pull the weeds, nurture the ideas, protect the sprouting, acknowledge the cycle of growth and then harvest the beautiful bounty.  Be open to new concepts for service, for unity, for being part of co-creating something amazing.

Concept is the root word of conception.   [see the end of this article for dictionary definitions)

It's not all that different from human being conception and pregnancy.  There are essentials and there is a process.  In all variations of the meaning - creation is essential to every living thing.  When you conceptualize something new - you are creating.  Thoughts become things.  After it's created, then what?

When a concept or idea presents itself - how do you feel?  Is your spirit uplifted?  Is your heart filled with love and anticipation?   Do you hold on to that and keep it alive?  Do you feel 'pregnant' with the ideas, with the newness, the possibilities? 

Actually - 'getting pregnant' in the literal sense - is certainly not ruled out when it comes to providing a gift into the world and fulfillment for your own life.  For humanity's sake - wouldn't it be great if having children for karmic purposes - has been replaced with purposeful living, debt free creation and higher dimensional existence?

What are your gifts?  What are your passions?  What do you observe as a needed component in our unity of building a better world?  As a soul having a human experience, as a spark of all that is and a part of ONE - are you not both a seed and an egg?

Are you a fertile field?  Free from toxins - alcohol,  poisons, chemicals, GMO foods, stress . .  negative emotions, self serving agendas? 

How about the seeds . .  are they healthy seeds?  Conscious and organic, integrated, clear, balanced? OR are these seeds of ego, greed, thoughtless disposal, unsustainability?  From where did the seeds come?  How and with whom/what are they connected?

What is the path to becoming the creator, to becoming pregnant with possibilities, to being 'on fire' with the gift of life and the passion of divine purpose?

Where do we start?  In most cases, the current schedule is too cluttered, too filled with responsibilities, too much like being a gerbil in a cage wheel.

Necessarily - one of the first steps requires that we carve out time for us, time to self nurture, time for 'no-thing-ness'. Allow your day to include yoga, long walks in nature, solitude, meditation - whatever will calm your nerves, de-clutter your mind and regenerate your physical self.  Get a massage, practice Tai Chi or other healing exercise, have a long soak in a sea salt bath.

This allowing of the quieter energy - will create a shift, which will in turn create space for new things, higher vibration things - and ideas. You as the womb and you as the egg will become fertile for planting a seed - a seed that is uniquely part of your journey.

In order to adjust your schedule, it may be necessary for you to forego the current 'mainstream' activities such as watching sports, non-essential shopping, watching commercial TV, meaningless social functions. 

Also - it will become an important part of your blossoming - to adopt healthier menus and avoid toxic foods.  Gradually wean yourself from prescription meds and begin phasing in holistic remedies for whatever conditions you currently endure.  Your body will actually heal itself if you give it the right sustenance and messages.

In a relatively short time - you will notice the difference; you will feel the balance and the change in vibration.  You will have upgraded your frequency.

That is when to create, to plant the seed, to weed the garden, to water the seedling, to shelter and protect it, to bring it to harvest.  Now CELEBRATE!  You have joined the collective co-creative consciousness of our world's team for the future.


Definition of conception  noun con·cep·tion \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\kən-ˈsep-shən\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

  1. 1 a (1) : the process of becoming pregnant involving fertilization or implantation or both (2) : embryo, fetus b : beginning <joy had the like conception in our eyes — Shakespeare>
  2. 2 a : the capacity, function, or process of forming or understanding ideas or abstractions or their symbols b : a general idea : concept c : a complex product of abstract or reflective thinking d : the sum of a person's ideas and beliefs concerning something
  3. 3 : the originating of something in the mind

Concept   noun con·cept \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ˈkän-ˌsept\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

Simple Definition of concept

: an idea of what something is or how it works  

Full Definition of concept

1 : something conceived in the mind : thought, notion

2 : an abstract or generic idea generalized from particular instances

Pregnant   adjective preg·nant \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ˈpreg-nənt\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

Simple Definition of pregnant

of a woman or female animal : having a baby or babies developing inside the body

: filled with meaning or emotion because of what is going to happen or be said

Full Definition of pregnant

archaic : cogent

: abounding in fancy, wit, or resourcefulness : inventive <all this has been said … by great and pregnant artists — Times Literary Supplement>

: rich in significance or implication <the pregnant phrases of the Bible — Edmund Wilson> <a pregnant pause>

: containing a developing embryo, fetus, or unborn offspring within the body : gravid

: having possibilities of development or consequence : involving important issues : momentous <draw inspiration from the heroic achievements of that pregnant age — Kemp Malone>

obsolete : inclined, disposed <your own most pregnant and vouchsafed ear — Shakespeare>

: full, teeming

JoyRae Freeman is a master healer, sentient and empathic intuitive, writer and co-creator of a better world.   

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