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Marcy Axness, PhDPrenatal Development "When a woman is pregnant, her baby’s organs and tissues develop in direct response to lessons they receive about the world—from Mom’s diet, her behavior and her state of mind. Mounting evidence tells us that the prenatal environment is equally as important as genes, perhaps even more important, in determining lifelong physical and mental health."
Akira Ikegawa, MDPrenatal Memory Research “Children aren't the only ones who have prenatal memories, many adults also about their amazing memories and experiences. By learning this concept, you will fully understand that prenates are active, autonomous, and respectful beings."
Laura UplingerConscious Pre-Conception, Prenatal and Perinatal Parenting "Pregnancy is a most crucial stage of parenting, however a neglected one for the last several millennia. It is time we explore the fecund universe of prenatal parenting and its impact on humanity."
Thomas Verny, MDPre-Parenting: Nurturing Your Child from Conception “Awake or asleep, the studies show, they (unborn children) are constantly tuned in to their mother’s every action, thought, and feeling.”
Bruce H. Lipton, MDThe Biology of Belief “Your children’s genes reflect only their potential, not their destiny. It is up to you to provide the environment that allows them to develop to their highest potential.”
Ioanna MariConscious Pre-Conception, Prenatal and Perinatal Parenting "“An embryo’s genetic program is quite flexible, pertains more to energy than matter and is sensitive to the sensations, feelings and thoughts of the mother. So, let's invite all pregnant women to seek what brings them joy and serenity – for example: nature’s beauty and immensities; music that stimulates and elevates; inspiring books; and above all, let’s invite them to talk to their baby, remembering their love for Life and their higher purpose, so that our planet will soon be populated by great human beings.”
Carl JungPsychiatrist and Psychoanalys "If we were to relegate the determining cause [of a neurosis] as far back as the patient’s prenatal life, thus involving the physical and psychic disposition of the parents at the time of conception and pregnancy - a view that seems not at all improbable in certain cases - such an attitude would be more justifiable than the arbitrary selection of a definite point of neurotic origin in the individual life of the patient."
Marie-Andrée BertinPrenatal Parenting and Birth "In order to be up to the role of primordial educator that nature assigned her, the pregnant mother needs the complicity and involvement of the father. And it is also important for family members, friends and birth professionals to value her powerful role."