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Riassunto: Sacred Birthing: Birthing A New Humanity supports a baby's whole being. By awakening to timeless spiritual wisdom, Sacred Birthing becomes a parent's guide for protecting their baby's consciousness as it moves from spirit to earth.
At the time of birth, in order for the soul to be most fully received as soul and body mesh, the baby-body must be in the most open posture emotionally and physically. This requires that mother is fully conscious in the process of giving birth and is not energetically depressed by the action of drugs, for this also depresses the baby-body's vibration. If the baby-body is depressed, it is only able to accept that depressed equivalent of its soul vibration. This means the baby will spend a great part of his lifetime recouping the vibrational excellence that could have been his from the moment of birth.
Birth is of great significance to a baby's entire life. Birth crystallizes a blueprint weighted either toward attaining the baby's future potential or healing past karmic wounds. Parents can effect this by providing a birth that meets their baby's deepest needs. Sacred Birthing is a description of ways that support this goal. It uniquely speaks to how a baby can be born without the 'normal' harm to the body/soul connection that results in the more difficult though typical life path.
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