Our society has become so accustomed to accepting problematic pregnancies and difficult births as a common event associated with the natural process of reproduction. Such abnormal events such as “C Sections” (Cesarean Sections) and induced labor (the induction of Labor) or premature births have never been a natural event in healthy pregnancies.
With the common occurrence of these pathological events during the labor and delivery process; mothers especially and their families in general, are never THOROUGHLY educated about the short term (immediate) or Long term (near permanent) consequences of these pathological intrusions, during the normal biological process of labor and delivery (known as parturition) of a newborn.
As an example, the rate of C Section birth is about 25/100 births in America. To date the medical establishment has yet to establish a mandate informing mothers and families of the unique care and observations necessary to rear a child delivered by C Section. It is a known and documented fact in research circles that the evacuations of the fetus through the vaginal canal imparts a clear sense of change and closure to an event known as intrauterine pregnancy. The brain is primed to process an acute change process in progress, which is not clearly imparted to the brain unless it is acted upon by the walls of the vagina as the skull and body pass through the vaginal canal. It has been noted that this intense pressure placed on the head by the vagina, imparts to the brain the knowingness of change…the ending of one state of existence and the beginning of a new state of beginnings.
Retrospective studies of children born by C Section report these children have difficulty identifying when to begin and how to end an undertaken task or event. These children demonstrate a distinct inability to initiate a task and difficulty finishing the task they initiate. This inability to change ones behavior as the environment changes prevents these children from completing most activities they initiate. Many of these children accomplish very little in their life due to the loss of the sense of completion. They have never experienced the descent through the vaginal canal. For children who have not experienced the descent through the vaginal canal into the new AIR dominated environment; the completion of a process and the beginning of a new event appears to be an unknown.
Children born as a product of C Section can learn how to begin and END events in their daily behaviors from informed parental instruction. Educating the parents about the importance of insuring that the child must be supported to complete all task initiated by the child is a must in the rearing practices of children born by C section. To date, the universal education of Mothers whose children are born by C section is meager if at all, within our present medical establishment.
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Lovingly, Dr. Jewel