The Secret Life of Babies

The Secret Life of Babies

How Our Prebirth and Birth Experiences Shape Our World

Author: Mia Kalef Foreword by: Andrew Feldmar

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A bold affirmation that we are sentient before conception and in the womb, The Secret Life of Babies reveals author Mia Kalef’s groundbreaking findings: babies are able to remember their earliest experiences, this consciousness precedes the physical development of the brain itself, and medical interventions during birth—like forceps and Cesareans—can imprint our relationships with the world and disconnect us from our sustainable place in the ecosystem. Kalef provides a six-step protocol for detecting these individual imprints and taking reparative steps for physiological and emotional balance and release. This book offers us an articulate guide to a transformation that can restore our essential nature. 

From the table of contents:

Foreword by Andrew Feldmar
Introduction: The Myth: Science and Experience
The Quest: Sparking the Conversation 
Who Is This Book For? 
A Song Worth Singing
PART ONE: Science
Chapter 1: The First Principle: Babies Remember Their Experiences
The Controversy
A Place to Begin and End: Returning to Wholeness 
Essential Nature
Essential Movements
The Mechanisms
The Model 
Perspectives and Purposes
Chapter 2: The Second Principle: Consciousness Precedes the Brain Architecture That Supports It
The Biological Paradox
Brains, Fields, and Development
The Effects of Chemical and Emotional Fields
Chapter 3: The Third Principle: Babies Are Our Barometers
Dominance versus Emergence
Historical Cultural Indicators
Present-Day Cultural Indicators
PART TWO: Experience
Chapter 4: The Fourth Principle: It Is Never Too Late to Heal
The Vision Horizon
Preparing the Way
Reclaiming the Body: The Path Home 
The Prototype
PART THREE: Marriage
Chapter5: The Intuitive Recovery Project
The Anatomy of the Intuitive Recovery Project 
The Project
Chapter 6: Summary

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ebook, paperback

Release Date: 2014-05-13
Paperback 9781583948033
Ebook 9781583948040

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