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.

Joseph Chilton Pearce on the Heart and Bonding

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Joseph Chilton Pearce

Here Joseph Chilton Pearce describes how the heart generates and electromagnetic field that informs every cell of the body, of both mother and infant, of the state of their relationship.

James W. Prescott, PhD

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James W. Prescott

James W. Prescott, PhD., introduces fifty years of research on the impact of sensory deprivation on brain and behavior development induced by mother-infant separation.

Marshall Klaus, MD

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Marshall Klaus

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

Ashley Montagu

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Ashley Montagu

Our first Touch the Future interview was recorded in my home with Ashley Montagu in 1994, an anthropologist and humanist who popularized issues such as race and gender and their relationship to politics and human development. Ashley authored over fifty books including Life Before Birth, Touching, On Being Human, The Nature of Human Aggression, The Natural Superiority of Women, Growing Young and many others. In 1995 The American Humanist Association named him the humanist of the Year for revolutionizing our understanding of human nature.

Karshall Klaus, MD

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Marshall Klaus

Marshall H. Klaus, M.D., internationally known neonatologist and researcher, is the author or coauthor of several standard works in the field, including Bonding, Care of the High Risk Newborn, and Mothering the Mother. has had exceptional influence as researcher, professor of pediatrics in American medical schools, visiting professor in Chile and Australia, recipient of many awards, and author of books translated into Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, Danish, Swedish, and Japanese.

Bonding and the Intelligence of the Heart

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Joseph Chilton Pearce

Physicists describe fields of energy, how they imply meaning, information and intelligence. New research suggests that the heart field determines the general environmental conditions under which the genetic system spells out its instructions for new life. This brief program redefines bonding in light of this new research.

Michele Odent

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Michele Odent

Michel Odent, MD, perhaps best known as the obstetrician who introduced the concept of birthing pools and home-like birthing rooms, has been influencing the history of childbirth and health research for several decades.

Babies Know More than You Think

Ours is the first generation to have scientific information about life before birth. Babies learn and remember more and much earlier than we ever-imagined. Understanding this research can profoundly impact pregnancy, birth, bonding and beyond. This 60 minute video describes how the attitudes, beliefs and emotional states of mom and dad affect the unborn baby and what can be done to insure optimum growth during this first frontier of development. David Chamberlain, PhD., is a psychologist and major contributor to the field of pre and perinatal psychology.

Nothing Compares

They say, breast is best. Well, duhhh. But wait, I’m a guy. What do I know? The overarching question is why have a baby? Hormones, of course. No one can win an argument with hormones. There is only one correct answer, to nurture the healthiest, happiest, most awake, aware, sensitive and responsive human being possible. Having a baby is all about the baby. It is the ultimate ‘giving back.’

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bonding
breastfeeding
culture

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