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The Mother as the Child's Matrix
From approximately birth to age two, the undeveloped ego of a baby has no sense of itself. She creates a sense of herself by becoming identified with his caregiver, his Mother. The child see's himself, as the mother, and that is the foundation of his ego, from which he'll use to explore and develop a healthy sense of himself and the world. If the mother is loving, nurturing, and always present, the the child forms and image of the world and of himself that he is loving, nurturing, and present. If this doesn't happen, the image of the world becomes that of a hostile and unloving place, and his sense of self will be incomplete, and his life will be innately troubled.
The tragedy of Western child rearing
For some strange reason, our culture be lives that torturing babies by ignoring them, abandoning them, starving them, and even performing medical procedures on them without anesthetic is normal or even good.
The worst child raising practice that I've seen is children who are strapped into strollers and baby seats who do not get the nurturing which they are genetically wired to receive. Meanwhile the caregivers ignore the babies signals of extreme pain through crying.
Common Practices which traumatize children and babies
Jean Liedloff, finds her way to a strange job offer which involved trolling through the jungles of South America. After several expeditions she notices in a strange moment of realization, while in the intense jungle heat, laboring hard physically, that her "primitive" Indian guides are laughing and cracking jokes constantly, have enormous amounts of energy, and never seem bored and restless. Lured by this strange awareness, she goes back to the jungles of the Amazon to live with these primitive people to discover the key to their happiness.
The Continuum Concept is essentially a set of child raising protocols which our bodies are genetically wired to follow. They can be seen every where in the animal kingdom, as well as in almost every primitive culture.
Key Natural Child Raising Principles based on the Continuum Concept
constant physical contact with his mother from birth, preferably skin to skin.
breastfeeding "on cue" — nursing in response to his own body's signals breastfeeding normally lasts approximately three years
sleeping in his parents' bed, in constant physical contact, until he leaves of his own volition (often about two years)
being constantly carried in arms or otherwise in contact with someone, usually his mother, and allowed to observe (or nurse, or sleep) while the person carrying him goes about his or her business — until the infant begins creeping, then crawling on his own impulse, usually at six to eight months
Treating the child as part of the social system in a respectful and dignified way.
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