Birthing a New Humanity for Lasting Global Change

Birthing a New Humanity for Lasting Global Change

In this exclusive interview with Dr. Bruce Lipton, we will explore weaving together the important role new biology, epigenetics, and cellular consciousness plays in how we birth a new humanity for lasting global change. What do we need to be aware of now in order to nurture the quality of love and peace for the greater good of humanity?

About Bruce Lipton, PHD

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., cell biologist and lecturer, is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Bruce was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and later performed groundbreaking stem cell research at Stanford University. He is the bestselling author of The Biology of Belief, The Honeymoon Effect, and co- author with Steve Bhaerman of Spontaneous Evolution. Bruce received the 2009 prestigious Goi Peace Award (Japan) in honor of his scientific contribution to world harmony. For more information visit www.brucelipton.com

Summary of Talking Points:

As English is a second language for Dr. Michel Odent, an accurate transcription is not possible at this time. However, a summary of Dr. Odent's points are included below for your convenience:

Welcome everyone to “Join the Conversation” with Michael Odent as we kick off the beginning of Monday LIVE! Series Six. It is great to be back with you all. 

Dr. Odent has been giving us a historical perspective and has brought us to the point where the mother is transmitting more to her offspring than the father.

Dr. Odent is speaking to the lack of understanding of birth pshysiology and the colonization of birth. Disregarding the woman’s natural way of giving birth. Why are human birth’s difficult? This is the question to start with.

The future of Homo? Michel Odent’s new book. www.primalhealthresearch.com

He’s talking about the neo cortex - logical brain - is too active

The Neo-cortex must stop working for physiological birth to take place. Crucial.

The good sign is how women in hard labor can smell things that nobody else can.

Its a good sign when the perception is heightened during birth as it means the neo cortex is less active.

Michel is saying, a woman does not need a coach, does not need a husband to coach her... that our culture has tried to tell women that they need a coach... but of course she doesn't

Michel is saying NO coach is necessary. The book he showed represents a great misunderstanding that a birthing woman cannot give birth by herself.

Dr Odent was using the “Husband Coaching” book as an example of how we as a society do not trust that mother & baby innately already know what they’re doing

The words Method and Natural Birth are incompatible... can not have a method and still be natural.

He was saying that it's questionable to say that a woman needs a 'coach' that too a husband who lacks the experience of it himself...any designed methods being opposite to natural ways…

There are two types of birth- Homebirth and birth elsewhere

We need to compare homebirth with birth elsewhere

How to de-marginalize homebirth?

The new paradigm of birth: PROTECTION.

Decolonizing birth. Changing the way we are thinking of birth.

Science has led to technological advances which have mostly disrupted the natural process.