Tag Archives: perinatal

“With the excessive stipulations and pressures that came with hierarchical societies, your experience — along with your needs, emotions, and aliveness — became muted, dampened”: The Planetmates on sex, happiness, the tribe, the nuclear family, and the “intensity of experience” of life

“…there was much more happiness attendant upon the state of being a child — being free and open, not just to the awesomeness of the physical world and world of Nature, but to the love, pleasure, fun, and interactions of … Continue reading

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“Prior to your sedentary living, the burden of children was shared by the tribe, and they were more cared for”: Planetmates reveal magical childhood, tribe life, primitive planned parenthood

“…there was ambivalence in the desire for children. Your species swayed back and forth about what to do with them — between the poles of infanticide and abandonment, on one side, and acceptance, engagement, and nurture, on the other — … Continue reading

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You influenced your children in ways reflecting your woundedness … the child does not die, but its soul is murdered … it becomes less alive: ThePlanetmates reveal the adult trance, poisonous pedagogy … how human children became different from the children of Nature

“You are needy, and this lack of need satisfaction has made you, for one thing, insensitive. And while you wish to raise a child who attends to you and behaves loving toward you, you do it in an insensitive way, … Continue reading

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“This corrupted parenting pushed characteristics in the child mirroring the darker impulses of your adults”: Planetmates reveal forgotten childhood, hope and real transformation, parenting and the unconscious….

“…No one ever thinks, and certainly never expresses, what this fairy tale is really saying about you: That in your treatment of your young, it is you, not “animals,” not planetmates, who, being conflicted, are often cruel.  “No, childhood, especially … Continue reading

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“Attention to babies’ bodily needs is poisoned with the tainted intentions of the caregiver”: Planetmates reveal on parenting, child abuse, and more “blasphemy”

“Naturally, your children were hurt by this early inattentiveness to their real needs. Very much like Snow White’s stepmother, in your children’s story of the same name (which is so full of Unapproved and Hidden wisdom, by the way), your … Continue reading

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“Your adult psyches founded upon infant deprivation would crave anything holding out hope, however futile”: Planetmates reveal on real love, “love contract,” adorability in infants, parental “love”

“…the more you re-member yourself, the freer you can be. That is the true “transcendence”: It is one rooted in a re-feeling of and re-membering of the hurts and pains in one’s body that is left over from the past … Continue reading

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“The imperfections of life are the rails upon which life’s journey rolls along”: On love, woundedness, relationships, real healing, real transcendence, and more. What the planetmates say today

“…You wish to turn your infants into the parents you wished you had. You love your children to the extent that they hold out the hope that they will become that — your longed for parents. But, no, you cannot … Continue reading

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