How can I instantiate a prefab from a static function?

Hi everyone, I have a script which instantiates a prefab. as it is called often, and on many scripts, I would prefer to have it as a static function rather than create a reference on almost every script. the problem is, I can’t declare a prefab and then have it called in the static function. I get the error "An object reference is required to access non-static member ‘example’

Here is a snippet that replicates the problem;

public class ExampleForUnityAnswers : MonoBehaviour {
     public GameObject Prefab;
     public static IEnumerator Example(){
          GameObject GO = new GameObject("Prefab");
                              GO = Instantiate(Prefab, new Vector3(0,0,0), Quaternion.identity) as GameObject;
                              yield return null;

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It couldn’t be easier. Don’t forget that the popular “grid” system is strictly just some syntactic candy, to save you typing one line of code - it’s not a big deal in itself.