Tuesday, March 22, 2011


4-Part Teleseminar Series Begins April 21, 2011

Attention mothers, fathers, parents-to-be, nurses, midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, childbirth professionals, those who have experienced prenatal or birth trauma, and those who want to heal and help others do the same:

Birth of a New Earth is pleased to announce a brand new educational series designed to raise awareness about the prevalence and far-reaching impact of prenatal and birth trauma in America and across the globe today. The series will explore how to recognize and heal primal trauma in our own lives and in the lives of those we love and serve, and will outline what we need to do to end the lineage of pain and separation and support people to have the truly loving and ecstatic birth experiences that are humanity’s birthright.

The series begins on Thursday, April 21, 2011, and will run for four consecutive weeks at U.S. 5PM Pacific and 8PM Eastern.

The series is being offered via tele-conference and is available worldwide with a telephone or internet skype connection. For those with scheduling conflicts, all calls will be recorded and available for download at the listener’s convenience.

During the series, we will:

- discuss the various types of trauma that can occur during conception, gestation, and at birth;
- explore how these experiences can influence ones health and personality and also ones capacity to  generate authentic experiences of love throughout life
- examine the benefits of making early memories conscious and working with a holistic form of repatterning to transform any negative imprints
- outline what we need to do to prevent early trauma from happening, putting an end to the lineage of separation and abuse for good

Participants in this series will be supported to uncover some of their own prenatal and birth memories and will be introduced to a self-care tool (Jin Shin) that can be effectively utilized for self-healing, regeneration, and repatterning of early trauma.

Those who are working as birth support personnel will gain invaluable information and tools with which to serve their clients.

Those who have personally experienced prenatal and/or birth trauma and those with chronic health issues, repetitive relationship challenges, chronic depression or anxiety, post-partum depression, patterns of addiction, post-traumatic stress, neurological or biochemical imbalances, reproductive issues, etc., will also receive tremendous support from this series.

The series is priced at $97.00. To register, please follow this link:

PLEASE NOTE: The Jin Shin TARA Self-Care Handbook is highly recommended as an addendum to this series. Cost is approximately $15.00 To order the handbook, please follow this link:


For additional information, please e-mail jeanicebarcelo@yahoo.com.

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