The APPPAH congresses get better each year. The knowledge shared builds on itself: science is now validating what APPPAH has known and taught for decades. I went to my fourth Congress, which was full of insightful conversations, illuminating talks, heartfelt connections, and even a surprise speech given by yours truly!Read More
The pregnant woman practicing vase breathing for childbirth benefits her child in several ways:
This deep breathing practice first assures maximum oxygenation for the child. This is vital. Womb breathing prevents inadequate oxygen supply resulting from anxiety and stress.
The woman practicing womb breathing indicates a total use of her breathing potential, complete breathing, also breathing vital energy into the vase in her navel center, breathing right where the womb is in her physical body. [Quantum physics would say that the vase and the womb can exist in the same space in hyperspace, which is our real body space.] The womb child experiences the woman’s intention to give it vital substance. The infant feels the energy of its mother’s intention and her expression of complete breathing.
Vital energy breathed into the woman’s life vase naturally feeds up her central energy channel, slowly bringing higher systems to life. This will enrich many nutritional substances which feed into the child through the umbilical cord. The child is energized directly from the woman’s life vase through sympathetic resonance.
Thus: The womb child receives the oxygen benefits of the deep energy breathing via the woman’s blood coming in through the umbilical cord, with the blood also carrying energy nutrition. Through sympathetic resonance with the woman’s life vase the womb child has energy benefits.
This is energy nutrition. It includes physical nutrition. These are evolutionary benefits.
-Robert Bruce Newman, Founder
It is important to take care of your partner during pregnancy, check out Calm Birth Meditation and find out how it can benefit you.Read More