“Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” ~ Elizabeth Stone.
Working with experienced homeopaths, doulas and midwives is the best way. Women who have birthed their babies, women who have ridden the wave, women who have the knowledge and experience of what a momentous, blessed and sacred journey it is.
Homeopathy holds a wonderful position in these three areas for potential parents. It enables them to choose their timing, and to create an internal environment which is both happy and healthy at all levels before bringing a child into the world and to plan a birth which honours this sacred moment.
Humans no longer live under the sacred canopy where aunties and elders were supportive and full of wisdom in terms of creating, birthing and raising children. It ran at different pace, very different to the frantic lifestyle of the twenty-first century. It was always with the backing of these wise ones that children were conceived, birthed and raised in a natural and healthy way, ensuring the health of future generations.
A child is not a commodity, a fashion accessory nor a substitute for the unlived life. To conceive and raise a child is a holy act, which requires humility, commitment and a good deal of love. Each time a child enters the circle of the family energy body, changes take place for everyone. If you are considering starting a family, or even if you already have one, homeopathy has so much to offer both energetically, educationally and from a holistic healing perspective.
I always think the proof is in the pudding, and having birthed so many myself, in so many ways, and assisted during the birthing of so many patients, being present at birth is both an honour and a privilege as one really gets to see and feel the presence of all that is good and holy emerge shinning into the lives of those who are present.
The development of the embryo also reveals the way the body’s intrinsic intelligence continues to maintain its health during its life. We have so much to learn from this development, that we are standing on the edge of a body of knowledge which will change the way we think healing takes place.
Dhanistha Devi Dasi
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