In this video hear Marcy Axness a guest speaker for the Matrix Birth Reimprinting Program discuss how our conventional parenting and childcare practices affect our children’s healthy development and potential—and how can we give them a better beginning!
Dr Axness explains just how connected mother and baby are, not just after birth but also in the womb.
I’m delighted to have Marcy Axness as one of my guest speakers for the Matrix Birth Reimprinting Online Practitioner Training
Marcy Axness, PhD, was an Emmy-nominated, multiple award-winning documentary writer/producer in her “pre-motherhood” life. But becoming a mother rocked her well-ordered world and called her toward personal as well as intellectual growth. Once her son and daughter were in school, she turned her penetrating eye and inquiring mind to early human development. Her research question never wavers: How do our conventional parenting and childcare practices affect our children’s healthy development and potential—and how can we give them a better beginning? Her teachings are imbued with a relevance and compassion borne of her willingness to share her own parenting struggles, joys and discoveries.
A member of Mothering magazine’s online expert panel, Dr. Axness is a gifted writer and dynamic educator, and has delivered keynote presentations to audiences across the U.S., in New Zealand, Canada and Brazil, and has appeared in countless publications, both popular and scholarly, including as a regular columnist in Los Angeles’ longest-running parenting publication. Her favorite audience are young people who light up at Marcy’s empowering Parenting for Peace message: You can change the world, beginning long before you have children… beginning today!
Dr. Axness has a private consulting/counseling practice specializing in mind-body fertility, pregnancy psychology, adoption, and early parenting. Weaving together scientific and spiritual principles into her Quantum Parenting map, she guides parents (and pre-parents) in fostering their children’s optimal development, while helping them discover more fulfillment as parents. She also provides training for adoption, education, and mental health professionals about the latest findings in the science of human thriving.
Parenting for Peace: Raising the Next Generation of Peacemakers by Marcy Axness
If we really want to change the world, let’s raise a generation “built forpeace”… from the very beginning. Parenting for Peace is a user-friendly scientific roadmap for how to do exactly that… while bringing more joy into family life!
Parenting for Peace details a unique seven-step, seven-principle matrix for hardwiring our babies and children with the brain circuitry for such essential peacemaker capacities as self-regulation, empathy, intelligence, trust and imagination. The win-win is that a child wired in this vibrantly healthy way is a joy to parent, and as an adult has the heart to embrace and exemplify peace, the mind to innovate solutions to social and ecological challenges, and the will to enact them. To be successful in a changing world.
Some of the fabulous reviews of Marcy’s book
Parenting for Peace offers readers a user-friendly shortcut around today’s information overload, because it gives them the most important research from dozens of leading experts woven together with its own empowering perspectives on bringing more joy into family life.
Marcy Axness’s efforts to educate our world are vital to our evolution! I’m so glad she’s telling the growth-or-protection story because simple fundamentals are where the truth is.
— Bruce H. Lipton, author, Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution
Dr. Axness has distilled compelling evidence from the fields of attachment parenting, preconception, and consciousness research into a readable, inspiring and hopeful book about what we really want to do as parents: raise peaceful people. Parenting For Peace gives us a roadmap.
— Peggy O’Mara, editor-in-chief, Mothering
Marcy Axness lays down the simple but profound principles and practices required to raise generations comfortable in their hearts and happy with themselves. A tranquil revolution of the soul and of the home that would benefit all humanity.
— Gabor Maté, author, Scattered and In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts
I know of no one so well equipped educationally, intellectually, emotionally and intuitively to speak to our times.
— Joseph Chilton Pearce, author, The Biology of Transcendence and Magical Child
Marcy Axness’ book has a beautiful message supported by sophisticated understanding of the underlying science. I have borrowed her remarkable translations of findings from our NIH-funded projects in my own lectures.
— Curt Sandman, fetal brain development researcher
“Passionate and intelligent yet also profoundly simple, Parenting for Peace provides parents with the tools and support they need to create peace and participation in their families, their communities and the world. Highly recommended.”
Sarah J. Buckley, MD, author of Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: A Doctor’s Guide to Natural Childbirth
“I applaud Marcy for calling attention to the importance of protecting the sanctity of the embryonic universe. World peace will only ensue from womb peace.”
Thomas R. Verny, MD, author of The Secret Life of the Unborn Child
“Parenting for Peace sends a clear, practical message to humanity about how to reap the true promise of our biology: evolve our own consciousness to ensure the future evolution of our species. Read, learn and enjoy.”
Joe Dispenza, author of Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind and Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One
I was overjoyed as I read Parenting for Peace, not only as a parent, but as someone who has fought the establishment to prove that there is an audience out there starving for this type of information. I know parents, soon-to-be parents, grandparents and many others will read this book with enthusiasm.”
Betsy Chasse, co-creator of What The Bleep Do We Know?
“Do yourself, your children, and our human family the service of reading and applying Marcy Axness’s wisdom. As a pediatrician, I’ve watched her put her vision into action over two decades. I heartily endorse the sound, simple yet revolutionary guidance she offers. Parenting for Peace won’t disappoint you.”
Jay N. Gordon, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, UCLA Medical School
“A beautifully written call to action with gentle and clear guidance in how to get here. Marcy Axness is a soul guide in a world in need of her vision.”
Kim John Payne, author of Simplicity Parenting
“I found Marcy Axness’s book as exciting as it is reassuring. Indeed, how powerful we really are as parents to help our children’s true spirit to shine, and thus to contribute towards profound and healing social transformation. I gladly welcome her unique voice as she decodes for us this most fascinating, rich art-and-science of parenting. This book is an adventure through leading-edge human development science, a personal induction into parental wisdom and leadership at its heartful best, and a call to arms (the arms that hold and guide!) for joining in building a far, far better world.”
Robin Grille, psychologist, author of Parenting for a Peaceful World
“Dr. Axness brings a clear voice to the number one task for families and societies: to raise citizens committed to cultures of peace through the gift of knowing peace right from the start. And we can do so by “raising ourselves,” in consciousness.”
Raffi Cavoukian, children’s entertainer, and editor, Child Honouring: How to Turn This World Around
“Parenting for Peace is the ultimate thinking person’s guide to nurturing a compassionate child from conception through adolescence.”
Scott Blum, author, Waiting for Autumn and Winter Moon Rises
“Dr. Axness’s conclusions are rich, her advice is clean, and her generosity of thought for the parent-in-progress pulls them along with her. This is a beautifully written and expressed work. Every page is a gem.”
Winifred Fleet, author of “Epigenetics and the evolution of Neanderthals into moderns”
“A significant aggregate of knowledge and wisdom woven into a very understandable story. It is well organized and clear, and could be considered “A Manifesto for Humanity,” rather than a parenting book.”
Patrick Houser, author, Fathers-To-Be Handbook
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