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Discovery

with Karlton Terry

Mentoring topics exploring the psychological imprints of the birth journey -  deep dives into the seminal impacts of prenatal issues

A lot of mothers, even ones who are trying to get pregnant, have no idea if or when they have conceived, nor if or when implantation has occurred.

The stage of “discovery” begins when mothers determine, for certain, that they are pregnant, often followed by a very strong emotional response to this realization.

Because these responses are intense, they have a strong reflection in the biochemistry of the mother. This intensely affects the embryo, which is normally about four weeks old and the size of a pea.

Karlton discusses how this stage influences a baby’s perception of wantedness, unwantedness, or conditional wantedness. The tentative hold on life can be challenged. The soul’s motivation to embody can be tested, and if the new human being is unwanted or seen as the cause of problems in any way, it can doubt whether it even has the right to exist. Ambivalence, indecisiveness, and possessiveness coming from the parents affect the embryo’s biochemistry and the soul’s commitment to embodiment. Abortion ideation is one of the greatest risks during this still fragile and tentative time.

Karlton Terry

Pre and Perinatal Educator and Author
Our Silver and Gold Memberships include Mentorship Groups. With the Bronze Membership, you get a 20% discount.
  • Entry Level/Intermediary
  • Power Point Presentation
  • Practical application
  • To support yourself and your client
  • 90 minute class
  • life-long access to recording

Learning outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of the psychological impacts of the very early stages of gestation
  • Learn how experiences during these stages can be expressed by the baby

who can this benefit

  • Birth practitioners who would like to deepen their own personal journey
  • Birth practitioners who would like support in their own work with clients
  • Parents who would like to deepen their awareness of pre and perinatal understanding