with Ing. Helmut Pilhar (father of Olivia)
the lecturer, appointed by Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, Translation by John Holledauer
The pregnancy is an exceptional time, both for the mother-to-be and the embryo. Both are very sensitive and prone to conflicts during these nine months.
The embryo in the womb is a separate individual. Not only the mother but also the growing child can suffer independent conflicts. These prenatal conflicts can lead to abortion and premature birth. Or, the tracks once created due to these conflicts often accompany a human being throughout their life. Pregnancy examinations, birth, and the postpartum period are challenging and may be dangerous for the mother and the child.
The objective is to learn to understand what to be careful of, to avoid possible conflicts in advance. What are the embryo and the mother-to-be are particularly sensitive about? How can the various conventional medical diagnoses in the mother and child be evaluated according to Germanische Heilkunde, and what can be done if conflicts have already arisen?
Incubator, Breech Birth, ADD, ADHD, Autistic Constellation, Home Birth, Vaccination, Heel Prick, Sudden-Infant-Death-Syndrome (SIDS), Diaper Rash, Breastfeeding, Mastitis, Vomiting, Intestinal Cramps, Nuchal Cord, Paralysis, Amniocentesis, Pituitary-Forlimb Conflict, Ultrasound, Neck Fold Measuring, Circular Saw Syndrome, Postnatal Depression, Nipple Fissures, etc.
1:40 hour / 174 Pages
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