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The Secret Life of Babies

How Our Prebirth and Birth Experiences Shape Our World
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Paperback Book
Publisher: 
North Atlantic Books
 | 
May, 2014
ISBN:
9781583948033
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$19.95 CAD
Banyen's Description: 

The Secret Life of Babies reveals how humans are sentient before conception and throughout gestation and birth, and presents scientific evidence and case studies that show the effects that these prebirth and birth experiences have on personal health and social development. Mia Kalef cites evidence showing how, unless addressed, we retain and often replay unwanted early experiences throughout life--in the form of emotional and physical challenges ranging from pain to suicide to drug addiction.

A bold affirmation of sentience before conception and in the womb, The Secret Life of Babies reveals Kalef's groundbreaking findings, which are organized around 4 provocative principles in the science of consciousness. First, babies can remember their earliest experiences. Second, this consciousness precedes the physical development of the brain itself. Third, Kalef deftly argues that technological medical interventions—and, by extension, estrangement from nature and pervasive violence in contemporary culture—imprint our relationships with the world and disconnect us from our sustainable place in the ecosystem. Finally, she provides a 6-step protocol for detecting these individual imprints and taking reparative steps for physiological and emotional balance and release. With a foreword by innovative psychotherapist Andrew Feldmar, The Secret Life of Babies offers an articulate guide to a transformation meant to restore us to our essential nature.

From the table of contents:

The Quest: Sparking the Conversation
Part One: The Science

1. The First Principle: Babies Remember Their Experiences

2. The Second Principle: Consciousness Precedes the Brain Architecture That Supports It

3. The Third Principle: Babies Are Our Barometer
Part Two: The Experience

4. The Fourth Principle: It's Never Too Late to Heal

Part Three: The Marriage

5. The Intuitive Recovery Project

Publisher’s Description: 

The Secret Life of Babies reveals how humans are sentient before conception and throughout gestation and birth, and presents scientific evidence and case studies that show the effects that these prebirth and birth experiences have on personal health and social development. Mia Kalef cites evidence showing how, unless addressed, we retain and often replay unwanted early experiences throughout life--in the form of emotional and physical challenges ranging from pain to suicide to drug addiction.

A bold affirmation of sentience before conception and in the womb, The Secret Life of Babies reveals Kalef's groundbreaking findings, which are organized around 4 provocative principles in the science of consciousness. First, babies can remember their earliest experiences. Second, this consciousness precedes the physical development of the brain itself. Third, Kalef deftly argues that technological medical interventions--and, by extension, estrangement from nature and pervasive violence in contemporary culture--imprint our relationships with the world and disconnect us from our sustainable place in the ecosystem. Finally, she provides a 6-step protocol for detecting these individual imprints and taking reparative steps for physiological and emotional balance and release. With a foreword by innovative psychotherapist Andrew Feldmr, The Secret Life of Babies offers an articulate guide to a transformation meant to restore us to our essential nature.

From the table of contents:
Foreword by Andrew Feldmr
Introduction The Myth:
The Science and The Experience
The Quest: Sparking the Conversation
Part One: The Science
1. The First Principle: Babies Remember Their Experiences
2. The Second Principle: Consciousness Precedes the Brain Architecture That Supports It
3. The Third Principle: Babies Are Our Barometer
Part Two: The Experience
4. The Fourth Principle: It's Never Too Late to Heal
Part Three: The Marriage
5. The Intuitive Recovery Project

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