Our Children Need Heros

There are so few who have the depth, experience, point of view and intellectual rigor as Noam Chomsky.

In the final analysis the overarching theme of Joseph Chilton Pearce’s life work is the anti-intelligence, anti-development force that ‘culture’ exerts on nature’s billion year agenda for human growth and our transcendent development. Transcend means ‘overcoming limitation and constraint.’ Joe argues, and has for 50 years, that the greatest force to overcome is the ultra-conservative, fundamentalist nature of ‘obey or pay’ culture.

Themes: 
parenting
culture
birth

David B. Chamberlain, PhD

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David B. Chamberlain

In this clear and passionate scene David describes the global implications of gentle birth. Don’t miss it.

Michel Odent, MD

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Michele Odent

Michel Odent describes how changes in birth practices are altering individual human beings, the cultures they create and implicitly the future of the species.

Suzanne Arms

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Suzanne Arms

Suzanne Arms describes the challenges the natural birth movement has faced and continues to face.

Jeannine Parviti Baker

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Jeannine Parvati Baker

Jeannine shares how she asks her baby how he wants to be born and arranges herself that way. Once in arms she asks the baby how she wants to be held and arranges herself that way.

Ina May Gaskin

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Ina May Gaskin

Ina May Gaskin on the importance of midwives in preserving the sanctity of birth and mother-infant bonding.

Barbara Findeisen

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Barbara Findeisen

Barbara Findeisen compares very early traumas to a knot in a ball of yarn. As the individual grows the knot distorts the shape, distorts development.

William Emerson

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William Emerson

William Emerson shares his experience dealing with birth trauma in adults.wi

Joseph Chilton Pearce

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Joseph Chilton Pearce

Joseph Chilton Pearce describes how birth impacts not only the mother and baby, but culture and society.

Marshall Klaus, MD

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Marshall Klaus

Marshall Klaus describes his early research that lead to the term mother-infant bonding.

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