Essential Joseph Chilton Pearce 28Biology of Transcendence – Always PreparingTheme:ages and stages, brain developmentSummaryTranscript
Intent precedes the ability to do. The baby in the womb is preparing for life outside the womb. The current stage is always preparing for what comes next and this continues throughout one’s life. The pointing syndrome is a clear example. Pointing precedes naming and language development. The child is always preparing to move beyond their present state. See the early child’s breathless wonder a form of spiritual unfoldment that nature intends to remain life-long. Breathless wonder.