Healing The Violence of Your Birth

 

Unless you had a gentle home birth with low lights and no medications bombarding your system…it is almost certain that you suffered birth trauma.

This FREE class also covers Trauma you may have suffered in the womb.

This can cause all kinds of emotional distress that you may not be aware of!

Please Enjoy this Mini-workshop on Healing the violence of your birth and trauma in the womb.

 

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13 Responses to “Healing The Violence of Your Birth”

  1. Kyan on July 19th, 2013 6:57 pm

    My birth story is that, my mother said that I took a long time to come out of the womb, as if I did not want to be born into this planet Earth. Also she was in a lot of pain from my birth. So she was upset with me for giving her so much pain from birth….so she said to the delivery Nurse, don’t bring her near me, I don’t want to touch her, as she gave me so much pain. And all through growing up & my adult life me and her never really got along well, we were always arguing with each other.
    I believe that this was set up from birth, starting with the delivery, I must have heard & felt what she said & felt unloved from birth. I never felt much love coming from her towards me, only resentment, criticism, judgement, she seemed unable to love me just the way as I was.
    My grandmother showed me a lot more love that my own mother & took care of me many times. I am thankful for my grandmother.
    My mother gave me life also, so for this I am thankful. To this day I have issues with family members because of the issues from my birth situation, & also being born into a large family, one child after another, we were all small babies together at the same time….
    Thanks for your help & support 🙂

  2. Barbara Christian-Hart on July 20th, 2013 5:38 pm

    I was born feet first. My mom said that I kept going in the wrong direction but that I was born without any pain. Although our family is very close I always felt as if I did not belong here. I feel as if I am always on the edge of anything that is happening. I don’t necessarily feel sad or any negative feelings about it but it does make me feel like an outsider sometimes.

  3. Caz on July 20th, 2013 8:51 pm

    I don’t know much about my birth except that something happened during the birth not sure if it was my mum or me. Mum died when i was 17 so i have no one who knows alive to ask. Dad and other relatives don’t really remember any details. I was always closer to my grandmother and Dad although I know mum loved me. My sister always felt on the outer like she didn’t belong and I also felt alone and wanted to go back into spirit often, my brother was closest to mum and had a great relationship.

  4. Samantha on July 21st, 2013 3:47 am

    I can really relate to Kyan’s story. When I was born my mother had me taken to the nursery and would only see me when it was time for me to be bottle fed. She refused to breast feed as she read somewhere that babies can bite! I am an only child and don’t know any other details about my birth, but I don’t think it was terribly painful or distressing for her. When she presented at hospital to give birth the nurse advised her to go across the road to see if she was pregnant (to get a scan)…I was born 3 hours later. So I guess Mum was in denial to such an extent that she didn’t show her pregnancy. I always felt more love from my Grandmother than from her, and like Kyan I’m so very grateful for my grandmother. I still tear up when I think about her as I love and miss her so much. Today my Mum is wheelchair bound in a high care facility and we’re not close. She lives about a mile from my house and I still don’t feel the need to visit her often. Sad really, but I feel physically tight in the stomach when I do visit her so I honour myself, probably selfishly, in not putting myself in that position more than I have to. I’m so looking forward to this class as I would like to be a better daughter for her and feel happy about it. My love and blessings to you Rebecca and all whom you touch!

  5. JAMES on July 21st, 2013 12:44 pm

    please send replay, thank you.

  6. AngelsWme4ever on July 21st, 2013 3:18 pm

    SURROGATE VOLUNTEER
    My son is a miracle baby, even though he is a wonderful, young man, for many years he lived afraid of the “D” word, like he used to said when little; at the time he couldn’t even pronounce the “death” word. He was constantly afraid of dying or for any member of his family to die. He is now 16, constantly trying to encourage him to expand and go for the stars… Sometimes he does, sometimes is hard. However I feel there is a little left that we have not been able to clear. Perhaps with your help and guidance, he can finally be free..
    Thanks in advance,
    Jackie
    Ps. I was wondering a way to do this for him and in an hour I got your email about surrogate volunteer – what a confirmation..:)

  7. Dorianna on July 21st, 2013 3:18 pm

    When I was born, my father was ‘away at the war’. My mother, a practicing physician, also had a 2, 4 and 6 year old and wasn’t thrilled to be adding another to the flock. I was a ‘blue baby’ and relegated to an incubator, so missed out on bonding, nursing and of course, not much touching. Perhaps that is one of the reasons that I became a massage therapist later in life. Interestingly, when I did rebirthing breathwork 20 years ago, I could smell ether coming out of my lungs, a remnant of my mother’s preparation for my birth. All of this and the months of crying in a crib with no response, created a lack of self worth and that no one is interested in anything that I would have to say, There are always more layers to uncover. Thank you, Rebecca, for creating this opportunity to clear birth trauma.

  8. MZAni on July 21st, 2013 3:44 pm

    my mother told me that I was an easy baby. She had some delayed labor not too much pain that she could remember. She said when she finally made it to the hospital I basically just popped out.

    however, my birth came 6 years after a sister that my mother adopted out. She was heart broken. She suffered from a mental illness and was not able to take on parenting another child. She already had two previous to my sister that was adopted out. My grandmother and mother were heart broken by my step grandfather demanding the adoption out.

    when i came around 6 years later my mother said she was keeping me. I know my mother loved me deeply, however, I never felt like i belonged here or fit into my family. I feel i am a good person with a good spirit. I have always been lost and struggled.

  9. ellen P. on July 21st, 2013 4:01 pm

    All I know about my birth is that I was born with the help of a forceps. It must have been traumatic.

  10. Mitch Jamison on July 21st, 2013 5:18 pm

    First of all thank you for allowing me to participate. The most serious issue I have to work through is not being heard. Which is exactly what came up in the work today. While I did see a difference from the actual birth process, what I saw was pulling myself from my mothers body with my hands and pushing away from her with my feet, never to return. I have the challenge to figure out IF that was what was best for me or as a result of a lifetime of my mother expecting me to take abuse and being quiet about it, until I finally had enough and walked away from not only her but the majority of the family of my childhood home and extended relations.

    Both of my sons had birth trauma too and later were molested by their mother and had to remain with her rather than be with me. Part of my experience with not being heard was the fact I tried to gain custody but as a man the State of Kansas does not consider men to be viable as a parent. My own parents saw no reason to help protect my sons and even spread lies about me rather than minding their own business since they refused to help the situation. Sorry to put that out there if its too much for you but I don’t know at this point where to jump in on the cycle to wrangle it in.

    Maybe I could not make peace and move through the process is the fact of betrayal on my mother’s part. She had told me everyone would have been better off had I died with cancer because I could not just sit back and quit complaining about being abused and lied about. I will do some Resonance Repatterning on this to see what my inner self reveals, but I am not thinking I can do that today. Thanks so much any reason to question gives a direction for self and life improvement.

  11. Harriet Fagerholm on July 22nd, 2013 4:38 am

    Thank you so much Rebecca for a wonderful session. One theme to be healed that arose for me is the split I created as a first born child between my mother and my father. I was left to the hospital alone, my father got very confused and my mother withdrew from me in fear. The family dynamics was traumatic and this pattern repeated itself when my first born daughter was born in my own family. The father “felll in love” with the daughter and left the mother alone in the birth trauma. In this way the split continued to the next generation.
    I am so grateful for the work you do, blessings to you and Mother Azna.

  12. Virginia Randall on July 22nd, 2013 4:56 pm

    Thank you! My son was born over five days of labor. And then experienced trauma after trauma. Poor baby. How wonderful to have this opportunity to do this work–for him. A miracle. Please give me the replay and coupon and I will see you next week. I am late signing up cause didn’t read this until today. Virginia (how do I donate? Please send replay

  13. joy on July 28th, 2013 10:55 am

    Thank you and only got to listen to the beginnning. it was a begative feeling in conception( not pain) and scary goiing up the fallopian tube. .the divine forgiveness gave me courage to continue. Think it was not being wanted,not loved.
    My mother apparently broke water a few days before I was born at home. We then both went to the hospital and 5 days later

    I came home. Apparently the nurse said I was a happy baby and at thome I was crying all the time . I hear they stopped my crying by spanking me.Definitely want to take the advance course,

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