The Unborn Child is essential reading for parents, potential parents and grandparents, as well as professionals with responsibility for children, and bringing babies into the world. This book describes prenatal and perinatal development, considering the legacy of health from both parents and grandparents. It explores the effects of the mother's mental and physical state during pregnancy, on the physiology and psychology of her expected child. The earlier in a child's development, beginning paradoxically before conception, that the wisdom of experience and science is applied, the greater the chances of a child's mental and physical health for life. Understanding these issues offers a way of healing early problems that contribute to such disorders as depression or compulsive behaviour. Here are invaluable guidelines towards generating children with their full genetic potential for basic health and emotional stability. This fascinating book is rooted in the experience of both authors, complete with authoritative case studies and scientific references. It has been extensively updated and restructured by the author, who has added entirely new material on nutrition from before conception.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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Table of ContentsForeword , Foreword , Prelude to the 2006 Edition , Prelude To The 1987 Edition , Introduction: inner nature and outside world , Conception and Life in the Womb , Beginning and adapting , Characteristics—intrinsic and being imprinted , Dreams, Feelings, and Releasing Distress , Dream-images of womb and self-healing responses , Recalling past distress and releasing it , Recalling of birth memories with LSD , Echoes of womb-life: bliss and distress , Generating Healthy, Non-Violent People , Preventing the imprint of violence , Nutrition to sustain the brain and mental health , Protecting and regenerating our nutritional environment , Objectivity and action , Psychological Healing and Protection , Ways that a mother affects her child , Healing the original wound , Epilogue I , Epilogue II