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Midwifery Today: Doulas Winter 2012, Issue 104 By Midwifery Today
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Midwifery Today rarely receives as many theme-related articles as it did for this issue on Doulas. Obviously, many people feel strongly about the benefits of having this kind of support during labor... More > and birth. With contributions from Michel Odent, Debra Pascali-Bonaro and Allie Chee, this issue is sure to delight and inspire. Also included within the pages is an educational article by world-renowned herbalist Susun Weed on the benefits of herbs during the childbearing years. And a Midwifery Today issue is always sweeter with the thoughtful reflections of midwife Sister MorningStar; this time she considers the impact those present at the time of birth have on the newborn baby.< Less
Song of Sight: An Introduction to Soul Passage Midwifery By Patricia L'Dara
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Song of Sight offers an intimate look at the process of death passage through the eyes of a Soul Passage Midwife, a gift to which the author awakened spontaneously when her mother crossed in 1993.... More > Looking at death passage from a soul perspective reveals that each soul crossing is a sacred birth into a new life. Personal accounts relate the individual nature crossing the threshold as well as the possibility for experiencing in advance the destination of the soul. For those interested in being present with dying in this way, practicing change of perception through creative process, meditation, accessible interfaith wisdom and angelic assistance can help the door to multidimensional awareness. Once fluent with the clarity of energy required, Soul Passage Midwives can assist loved ones and other souls to gracefully move through the portal way to the Great Beyond.< Less
Giving Birth to Ourselves, 2nd Edition By Terra Rafael
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Through 52 contemplations with activities, process birth related topics for personal growth.
Giving Birth to Ourselves, 2nd Edition By Terra Rafael
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Through 52 contemplations with activities, process birth related topics for personal growth.
Five Philosophical Dialogues By Pierre Grimes
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Five Dialogues, performable as plays, each on a significant element in self knowledge through the means of philosophical midwifery, Buddhist dialectic, and Platonic dialectic. One dialogue, The... More > Symmetry, includes a actual-life example of personal growth featured as the central part of a performed play. Another of the dialogues, Being, the One, was produced for and broadcast on Public Television. The reader is guided through key insights in both self-knowledge and of the universe through a Platonic model of discourse and discovery.< Less
There's No "WE" In Crowning! By Jan Eliot
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Nationally syndicated cartoonist Jan Eliot tackles pregnancy in all its shapes and mood sizes in “There’s No ‘WE’ In Crowning!” "We" may be pregnant, but every... More > mom knows you can only take that so far. Follow Joan and Wally's pregnancy and childbirth adventure as they explore midwifery and waterbirth options, and cope with crankiness, weight gain and other intimate discomforts. Ultimately there's a joyful and chaotic event that adds one more to the already extended, blended family. The journey may not be pretty, but that only guarantees pages of laughs along the way.< Less
There's No "WE" In Crowning! By Jan Eliot
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Nationally syndicated cartoonist Jan Eliot tackles pregnancy in all its shapes and mood sizes in “There’s No ‘WE’ In Crowning!” "We" may be pregnant, but every... More > mom knows you can only take that so far. Follow Joan and Wally's pregnancy and childbirth adventure as they explore midwifery and waterbirth options, and cope with crankiness, weight gain and other intimate discomforts. Ultimately there's a joyful and chaotic event that adds one more to the already extended, blended family. The journey may not be pretty, but that only guarantees pages of laughs along the way.< Less
There's No "WE" In Crowning! By Jan Eliot
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Nationally syndicated cartoonist Jan Eliot tackles pregnancy in all its shapes and mood sizes in “There’s No ‘WE’ In Crowning!” "We" may be pregnant, but every... More > mom knows you can only take that so far. Follow Joan and Wally's pregnancy and childbirth adventure as they explore midwifery and waterbirth options, and cope with crankiness, weight gain and other intimate discomforts. Ultimately there's a joyful and chaotic event that adds one more to the already extended, blended family. The journey may not be pretty, but that only guarantees pages of laughs along the way.< Less
There's No "WE" In Crowning! By Jan Eliot
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Nationally syndicated cartoonist Jan Eliot tackles pregnancy in all its shapes and mood sizes in “There’s No ‘WE’ In Crowning!” "We" may be pregnant, but every... More > mom knows you can only take that so far. Follow Joan and Wally's pregnancy and childbirth adventure as they explore midwifery and waterbirth options, and cope with crankiness, weight gain and other intimate discomforts. Ultimately there's a joyful and chaotic event that adds one more to the already extended, blended family. The journey may not be pretty, but that only guarantees pages of laughs along the way.< Less
The Rhetoric of Childbirth: The Trial of a California Midwife By Cyd Ropp
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Should pregnancy be defined as a medical condition as obstetricians would claim, or is childbirth a natural, normal event rarely requiring medical intervention, as midwives would have it? The... More > testimonies of health care professionals who appeared as witnesses in the case of The People of the State of California v. Abigail Odam were analyzed using Kenneth Burke's dramatistic pentad in order to demonstrate the significant professional demarcation revealed by the discourse, clinical approach, and philosophical worldviews held by adherents of the medical model of birth and traditional midwifery. Trial testimonies such as these make it possible to see how physicians and midwives describe physiological processes in markedly different ways--the result of differences in perspective arising from very different terministic screens. This dissertation was accepted by the University of Memphis for a Ph.D. in Rhetoric in 2001.< Less