The Secret Life Of The Unborn Child

Author: Thomas Verny
Editor: Sphere
ISBN: 9780751510034
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At sixteen weeks the unborn child shies away from light. At twenty weeks there is a response to speech patterns. At twenty-five weeks the baby can kick in time to music. And at six months the unborn baby can understand the subtle shifts of its mother's emotions. THE SECRET LIFE OF THE UNBORN CHILD presents for the first time the challenging results of two decades of painstaking international research into the earliest stages of life. Dr Verny's knowledge gives both mothers and fathers an unparalleled opportunity to help their unborn children. Now they can contribute actively- before and during birth- to giving their child happiness and security for the rest of his or her life.

The Secret Life Of The Unborn Child

Author: Thomas R Verny
Editor: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 9781982134952
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“A startling account of recent work in this field…timely, balanced, useful.” —R.D. Laing What will your child remember about life before birth? For a renowned conductor, it’s the music his mother played—only during her pregnancy! For an autistic girl, unable to speak her native French, it’s the English that her mother spoke—three months before she was born! For others, it’s the sound of a voice, the murmur of a beating heart, the glare of lights in a hospital delivery room. Memories that may be comforting—or terrifying. Long before they’re born, your children are thinking, feeling, and even acting. What happens to them before—and as—they are born may profoundly shape the people they will become. These startling findings have even more dramatic implications. They give us a chance to help determine the course of our children’s lives will take—starting months before they’re born.

The Secret Life Of The Expectant Mother

Author: Carl Jones
Editor: Citadel Press
ISBN:
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Explores and encourages the intuitions of expectant women and includes exercises designed to nurture the parent-unborn child bond

The Secret Life Of Ceecee Wilkes

Author: Diane Chamberlain
Editor: MIRA
ISBN: 1460398963
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In 1977, pregnant Genevieve Russell disappeared. Twenty years later, her remains are discovered and Timothy Gleason is charged with murder. But there is no sign of the unborn child. CeeCee Wilkes knows how Genevieve Russell died, because she was there. And she knows what happened to her missing infant, because two decades ago she made the devastating choice to raise the baby as her own. Now Timothy Gleason is facing the death penalty, and she has another choice to make. Tell the truth and destroy her family. Or let an innocent man die in order to protect a lifetime of lies.

Pre Parenting

Author: Thomas R Verny
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 141659325X
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How does a mother's tone of voice affect her unborn child? What kind of music, if any, should a child be exposed to in the womb? Can parents influence the predispositions of their child to traits like depression, or something as elusive as basic goodness? Thanks to revolutionary discoveries in neuroscience and developmental psychology in recent years, says Dr. Thomas Verny, we now know more about these questions than ever. In Pre-Parenting, Dr. Verny translates this research into practical advice for parents and parents-to-be. Pre-Parenting explains how even the most ordinary events can evoke a cascade of biological changes in a baby -- not only in the brain but also in the immune system and throughout the body. Every experience, from a baby's trip down the birth canal to the way she is held or spoken to, can shape her health and personality. An internationally recognized expert in early human development, Dr. Verny shows parents how to use this new information to create an ideal environment for their babies, enhance their babies' intelligence and social skills, and become better parents through "conscious parenting." Insightful and encouraging, Pre-Parenting is an invaluable guide for parents who want to help actualize their child's full potential, beginning with conception.

Nurturing The Unborn Child

Author: Pamela Weintraub
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497634350
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Pregnancy can be a tense time for a mother and her partner, but Dr. Thomas Verny and Pamela Weintraub have outlined ways for parents to communicate with their child in order to relieve stress and create a lasting bond. NURTURING THE UNBORN CHILD diagrams a nine-month program involving such exercises as massage, music and dance to stimulate the relationship between parents and child. Through these techniques parents can learn how to analyze their fears during pregnancy and create ways to alleviate them permanently. NURTURNING THE UNBORN CHILD is an essential guide to learning how to communicate with and stimulate your baby before it commences its journey to the outside world.

Tomorrow S Baby

Author: Thomas R. Verny
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684872145
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A leading authority on prenatal and early childhood development explains how parents and caretakers can ensure that infant children reach their full potential by enhancing a child's skills to build language acquisition, intelligence, social skills, and emotional security. By the author of The Secret Life of the Unborn Child. 30,000 first printing.

The Secret Life Of Movies

Author: Jason Horsley
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786454628
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Film blurs the line between myth and reality better than any other artistic medium, one could argue. Using movies to explore the unconscious realms of society in order to reach a better understanding of what drives it, this book examines filmmakers and films that center on schizophrenic themes of alienation, paranoia, breakdown, fantasy, dreams, dementia and violence, and that address—as entertainment—the schizophrenic experience. The loss of individual identity as reflected in the films is investigated, as well as the shamanic potential inherent in the broader theme.

Stories Of The Unborn Soul

Author: Elisabeth Hallett
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781469784045
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A breathtaking voyage to the frontiers of life! True stories from parents and others reveal an awe-inspiring phenomenon. Children-to-be reach out to their future parents in many ways, even giving help and guidance on the journey to birth. These illuminating stories of contact before birth-and before conception-cast a new light on everything from parenthood, soul agreements, and life planning, to the unsuspected role of grandparents in the soul world. Including accounts from people who actually remember their pre-birth existence, this book may change the way you look at yourself, your family, and life itself.

The Healing Energies Of Music

Author: Hal A Lingerman
Editor: Quest Books
ISBN: 0835631036
Size: 10,64 MB
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Certain types of music can enhance intellectual and spiritual powers and help overcome insomnia, boredom, anger, and stress. Music therapist and teacher Hal Lingerman presents a wealth of resources for choosing just the right music for physical, emotional and spiritual growth and healing. This updated edition offers comprehensive listings of current recordings, including new and remastered CDs, with selections from the classics, contemporary and ethnic compositions, and music composed by and for women. It includes expanded chapters on Women's Music, World Music, the Music of Nature, and Angelic Music.