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Delta Waves at Birth

So, here we are trying to meditate and relax into calmer delta waves. It turns out from birth to two years old, this is our natural brain wave… hence, our open-ness to absorbing our environment. Dr. Maria Montessori, the first woman to attend medical school in Italy as early as the 1900s, discussed the child’s absorbent mind in all her work (one of her books is called The Absorbent Mind, it’s actually one of my favourites). Now scientists are confirming the EEC frequency of the brain at different ages.

I have just finished reading The Biology of Belief, by Bruce H. Lipton, Phd. For any scientists out there, or those needing ‘proof’, please check out this work. Voila the big medical schools now confirming what pioneers like Louise Hay discovered some forty years ago.

So, here goes, from a parenting point of view… this is important because later on in adulthood, when we are revisiting our belief systems, we are having to practically reprogramme ourselves into a state of acceptance of the new. However, in childhood, we are wide open to take it in the way those around us see it. So, to avoid much hard work later, how about we start children off on the right note. Everything is possible. The glass is half empty or half full, it’s our choice, right?!

According to Dr. Rima Laibow in Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, children between the age of two and six move up to a higher level of EEG activity, theta (4-8 Hz). Theta brain wave is when our subconscious is most open to downloading information. For very advanced hypnosis! Essentially, whatever your children are hearing at around that age, will be embedded in their subconscious. This information will guide them throughout their lives. So, you decide “Stupid child” or “You can do anything!”

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