Orgasmic Birth screens at ISPPM Conference in Germany
The Film “Orgasmic Birth” was shown at the annual congress of the International Society for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM e.V.). International experts from around the world met from September 14th – 16th in Stolpen near Dresden for an academic exchange.
Prenatal psychologists agree that, apart from the prenatal influences, the circumstances of our birth affect our lives significantly. It is scientifically proven that a traumatic birth impairs us for life. After an abnormally traumatic birth, if we do not immediately experience bonding with our mother, we significantly miss her welcome to this world, and our bond with her is critically disrupted for life. This has far-reaching effects on our ability to love in general.
The rise of a culture of engineered birthing is a key factor for the plight of the modern civilization. Changing the birthing culture is the key to reduce the transgenerational traumatisation. Whoever suffers an abnormally traumatic birth will tend to have problems with the natural birthing of her own children, unless the trauma is processed and the mother-to-be is lovingly accompanied and empowered.
Debra’s great and touching movie is an important contribution to the urgent need to transform the culture of technological birthing, rapidly becoming global. The film restores to women a taste of their true strength.
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~ Thank you Johanna Schacht of ISPPM for submittiing this feedback.