I really enjoyed your red-ice interview Jeanice.. Thankyou also for mentioning the Template ceremonies. Having experienced the amazing profound effects on my life from these, it is great when they are acknowledged more publicly.
I didn’t realise the personal effects of birth trauma on my life until undergoing training in craniosacral therapy in my early 30′s.
This healing was then more fully consolidated with the Template ceremonies, for the first time in 38 years I was present in my body.
Your radio interview described extreme horrors in maternity wards. If these things are true, then you need to come out with evidence in the form of written procedures, practices, policy, testimony (and more) from credible sources. If you do not, then you are doing a disservice to the victims. If such atrocities & abominations are indeed taking place, the fight against it must be able to stand on its’ merits or else these claims will be knocked down as empty, invalid & without merit.
Personally, I would leave out the other conspiracy events in order to give the baby agenda the full attention due to it, in regards to the the seriousness of this grave situation.
The situation is, indeed, serious. And hospital birth IS part of a larger picture to manipulate and modify humanity. The things I describe are quite valid – with or without the “evidence” from “credible sources” that you require in order to get that it is truth. Perhaps someday I will write a book with references and citations that will please the analytical mind. Right now, I think it is urgently necessary to simply speak the truth — and for those who are in communication with their feelings — for them to receive the truth without the filter of the analytical mind. Anyone who has had a hospital birth experience and is in communication with their feelings will immediately know that what I am sharing is absolutely correct. Many will breathe a sigh of relief when they finally get an insight into understanding what happened to them and what has gone wrong in their family. For those who seek evidence and “credible” sources, I urge you seek them out yourself. My writing of the book could take several years. So if you want sources right away, you may want to seek them out yourself.
I do realize that the original post and your response was sometime ago but I feel compelled to agree with you as someone who has gone through almost every traumatic experience while birthing my daughter 9 months ago that you address. I had an amazing pregnancy and loved every minute of it. I went past my due date and immediately my doctor scheduled me for an induction, which I ended up canceling three times. I was eventually induced and that is when everything started to fall apart. From the induction; pitocin, breaking of the water, epidural, fetal scalp electrode, second degree perineal tear, daughter born with a broken clavicle, unable to breastfeed, etc. my world was turned upside down. I do breathe a sigh of relief knowing why I was so traumatized by all of these things, but I am also so sad that the birth of my daughter happened as it did. I had apologized to her so many times in the past as I could see she was in so much pain during the first several weeks of her life. I have always kissed her head and touched her head where the monitor was placed as I was devastated that I had to have it. I so appreciate all of the information you are sharing and how critical it is that we educate ourselves and trust our instincts as well. If I am blessed to become pregnant in the future it will be a much different experience. Thank you!
Oh Jennifer – I am so sorry for you and your baby. It is so, so sad when women who have happy pregnancies — who try everything they know to keep healthy and send their baby loving vibes — that these same mama’s have all of their deeply loving efforts and intentions completely undermined by the violence of hospital birth. It is crime against humanity. And I’m so sorry you and your daughter are victims of the abuse. If you think you might benefit from counseling, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. I often work through skype. Thank you for the courage it took to share this publicly.
Hi Janice,I liked your first talk on Redice, but the view on SWADDLING is I believe mistaken.Swaddling was adopted by almost every tribe and traditional culture in the world because it helped infants survive.It restricts breathing and prevents chronic hyperventilation and loss of CO2.CO2 levels are high in the womb and until the umbilical chord is cut then it drops to dangerously low levels.Swaddling helps prevent this.Swaddled babies nervous systems become very calm and highly oxygenated and blood perfusion increases because of vasodilation caused by CO2.This is described by Konstantin Buteyko in his Moscow lecture and Artour Rakhimov at http://www.normalbreathing.com.It has been poorly understood in western medicine
Hi Mark! Thanks for your reply. It is important to understand that when an infant is swaddled, the infant actually goes into parasympathetic shock. This is a nervous system response to extreme threat which ultimately leads to disassociation. Just as in the wild if an animal were about to be eaten by another animal, some would play dead, shutting down their system to be very, very still. This is exactly what infants are doing. Swaddling is actually being used to stop infants from expressing their pain — i.e., to shut them up, make them stop crying, get them to go to sleep. But they are not sleeping. When in the swaddled state, they have very high levels of cortisol, indicating EXTREME stress — i.e., enough stress to make them go into shock.
Traditional cultures may have used “swaddling” to carry their infants around, but this is very different than what we are doing, which involves trying to silence the child. No matter what the medical people say, they are lying. Babies do not suffer from chronic hyperventilation. And if they need their nervous system “calmed,” it would be far better to put them in their mother’s arms and let them nurse at mom’s breast.
It is NOT beneficial to prevent them from moving or denying them the power to move their body parts at will. These are NOT good imprints at all and can have long-term ramifications on the psyche.
Regarding the cutting of the umbilical cord… this is also an extremely violent and unnecessary hospital protocol that harms the baby. There is nothing beneficial about cutting an infant off from his/her oxygen supply and preventing that infant from receiving all of his/her blood supply — which actually amounts to 1/3 of the baby’s blood supply. When the cord is clamped and cut before the infant has received all of his/her blood, this is a hemorrhage state for the infant as well as severe deprivation of oxygen. Not to mention the spiritual ramifications of separating a baby from his/her placenta in such a rude and violent way. Totally NOT beneficial.
This is complicated.Swaddling is a practice that developed over more than 4000 years and is present in many cultures-ancient Egypt ,biblical times,South America,Asia (using chords and sticksif it was too warm to use cloth )using Russia,Scotland,Elizabethan England etc.The modern medical profession were until recently often dismissive of it .I think you are seeing it only as negative and it can definitely have negative effects or be used unwisely.But there is also good practice depending how it is done.when the infant is not being held,fed etc.
In order to understand why people used it so persistently its necessary to understand why reducing breathing is beneficial.The original goal of yoga in ancient texts was to reduce breathing and this was known to be beneficial.Another example is in China Lao Tsu talked about perfect humans breathing as if not breathing, i.e the breathing is invisible and inaudible.Very healthy people have invisible breathing,sick people breathe heavily and this makes them more sick.
There is a similar practice used by Russia Buteyko patients who were mechanically restricting breathing using belts across the lower ribs while they slept.This reduces breathing and raises both CO2 and oxygen in body tissue .
Infants can and do hyperventiate.They can move from very still breathing when calmed to very rapid breathing while crying.There are many diseases in modern infants such as asthma and cancer that were never known before historically that are related to overbreathing.
I agree with you about the umbilical chord not being cut.Please note that the CO2 level drops suddenly when baby starts air breathing and because of the ‘Bohr effect’ oxygen transport becomes more difficult- have you ever witnessed an asthma attack when a person is hyperventilating and can get no oxygen transport because they are breathing too much.Infant humans are also susceptible to this chronic and acute overbreathing.Its difficult to explain all this effectively.If you want more info please go to http://www.normalbreathing.com or do a Buteyko course.Its worth understanding how breathing and swaddling relate.
Just listened to your interview with Lenon Honor – very much enjoyed what you said .. .and how you said it. I agree with nearly everything you said and would like to talk to you about health (vaccinations, gm …etc) – but more importantly about how we can help with re-establishing the template for coherence and pain resolution during child birth and afterwards if needed.