Charting Your Fertility with Vedic Astrology
A handful of years ago I was told by my Vedic Astrologer, Debra that I would be moving into my Venus/Moon phase in 2017 for the next two years. So, before I was even thinking about having a child, I was confident and trusting that between 2017-2019 I will have a baby.
Venus/Moon is great for pregnancy. Moon rules motherhood and the womb. And Venus rules the Divine Feminine and female reproductive organs.
Once I grew near to Oct. 2017, I already had my blood work done knowing that I had low AMH levels. Like super low. For a good year, I surrounded myself with feelings of fear, negative thoughts, and sadness as I went down the black hole of Google, fertility doctors, and 2 failed IVF’s.
Something was wrong here. First of all, being in this state of stress and sadness sucks and most importantly, I felt completely disconnected from my body. I found out about my second failed IVF when I was on vacation in Jamaica.
I remember I just had a beautiful lunch with my family overlooking the water to come back into my room with a missed call from my doctor. I knew it was bad news because it was too early for the call if the embryos all survived.
At that moment, I allowed the emotions to take over, I cried it out in the water and committed to myself that I will start listening and connecting back to my womb space. It was time. I knew in my gut that I needed to come back to that free-spirited gal who trusted her body (she never failed me before) and the universe.
My womb knew what it needed and once I listened and BELIEVED that my body was ready and my spirit baby was too, I allowed myself to surrender, I trusted, and did the work. Nine months later I found out I was pregnant!
PERSONALLY, I RATHER LIVE IN THE 🌟 STARS!!
***When I learned about my Vedic Astrology chart over 10 years ago, I was so confident and just in a different place to really know and believe that this is when I will be pregnant. It was such confidence and trust. Why did I lose that over the years? I guess it's just life. We change, we fall, we grow, we listen to others, there is so much that happens throughout the years, I allowed fear and others voices to take over my thoughts. I can play the what if game, but the fact that this turned out to be a happy ending it's not necessary. It's never necessary to play the what if game. It just makes you crazy and gets you absolutely no where.