Birthing, Biology And Culture with Barbara Findeisen, Bruce Lipton, & Margot Heiniger-White

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We tend to assume that babies have little sensation or awareness before birth. Far from it! say these researchers into the world of the unborn child. "Emotions are chemistry in the blood," says Lipton, "and the chemistry of emotions passes through that placental barrier just as well as nutrients." And these experiences then create lifelong patterns of behavior, positive or otherwise. Findeisen points out, however, that it's never too late to treat negative patterns learned before birth: "Prenatal psychology offers people an opportunity to remember what they came in with." The implications of their findings are enormous. This program offers provocative listening for anyone who has ever spent time in the womb. (hosted by Michael Toms)


Barbara Findeisen is a psychotherapist with over 28 years of experience. She founded Pocket Sanctuary and created and is Clinical Director of the STAR workshop, a profoundly transformative 10-day retreat designed to accelerate self-healing and personal growth. Ms. Findeisen is trained in a variety of experiential therapies, and is regarded as one of the world's leading experts in the field of Pre-and Perinatal psychology, the study of the psychological impact of birth. Barbara is a past-President of APPPAH and a founding member of the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies.

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Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized cellular and stem cell biologist and the recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award. He is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit, and author of a number of books.

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To learn more about the work of Bruce Lipton go to

Heiniger-White is co-author of Kids Learn from the Inside Out: How to Enhance the Human Matrix (Mosby 1994).

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Why you may have trouble accepting love
  • The enduring results of premature or traumatic birth
  • Feelings of an unborn child
  • How a mother's emotions are transmitted to a fetus
  • Why violent behavior begins with babyhood
  • The crucial importance of touch to infant brain development
  • The aftereffects of a "blue-baby" birth
  • Why many adults don't really know how to crawl
  • The work of APPAH, an organization studying birth-related experience
  • Being master rather than victim of your own heredity
  • How life experience may become genetic material
Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 10/16/1997      Program Number: 2661