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Do you ever wonder why the human adult brain is functioning at minimal efficiency?

At birth, an infant’s brain cells are not all connected. Each neuron has two sides. One side swells into an “extension:” the axon. The other side contracts into a “socket:” the dendrite. The axon of one cell is pre-programmed genetically to expand like a super organ, to wander past all incorrect neighbors and to insert itself into the DNA-proper dendrite.

But since all neurons are doing the same thing, traffic jams occur. The axons from the optic nerves of infant’s blind eyes migrate themselves through the traffic jam to the back of the head. There——those that got through-—they insert themselves into the dendrites of the occipital lobes.

If the traffic jam was too intense, most axons got blocked and died. Infant is blind. If the traffic jam was moderate, adult eventually must wear glasses to strengthen weak eyes. Or hearing an aid to strengthen weak ears.

This exercise lessens tie traffic jam and guides proper axons to proper dendrites more efficiently.

Lesson 1: Traffic Cop

1. Immediately after birth, establish a daily routine Finger-stroke clear channels for axons to travel more efficiently (no traffic jam) to their proper dendrites. Hold infant tenderly and lovingly-- during breast feeding; while simply cuddling. Generate the overwhelming emotional thought in your own words “I love you more than my Self and everything else in this world.” This activates total honesty and trust. And that activates sensor #6 on the posterior cortex of both you and infant. Telepathic connection is made.

2. With telepathic harmonization, genetic intelligence polarizes all cell-wall ions into (+) and (-)sensitivities. The (+) and (-) sensitivities cause the orderly channels to align themselves properly. This thus eliminates chaotic traffic jams. Slowly finger—stroke the channel linking each eye to each occipital lobe.

3. Do the same finger-stroking to help connect more perfectly the ears, nose, tongue, and sensors. Be axon/dendrite traffic cop.

4. Ask your intuition: “How many times each day should I do each stroking? For how long?” Infant’s genetic intelligence will signal proper answers.”


Lesson 2: Healing Hands

You can help your child’s genetically encoded healing mechanisms by using your genetically encoded ability to heal others.

1. On a daily basis give your infant an energy massage. Begin by holding your hand(s) one to two inches above the child. At first it may help to close your eyes so that you can focus and visualize. Very slowly beginning at the head, move your hands toward the feet. Do this several times. While doing this think or say “I love you more than my Self and everything else in this world.”

2. Use your hands in the same manner on the child’s head. Start at the base of the skull and massage energy forward into the frontal lobes. While doing this think or say “I love you more than my Self and everything else in this world.” I found this technique to be particularly useful for my children when they were crying. Often it would put them to sleep.

3.In India it is a tradition to massage infants. The benefits should be obvious, and there are numerous books available on the subject. Here is some research and here are a few tips on massaging your infant.


Lesson 3: Reading

1. It cannot be stressed enough how important it is for parents to read to their children. As soon as the mother learns that she is pregnant she should start reading aloud for 30 minuets a day. This may also be a good time for the mother to take the forein language course she has been wanting to take.

2. With the child in your arms read at least 30 miutes a day to your child. The TV should be off, and the immediate environment relatively quiet. Reading just before bed-time is a great way to settle the child down. If you have the time you should try to commit to three 30 minutes sessions a day.

3. Read to you child until he/she no longers wants to beread to. At this point they will be reading on their own.


Leson 4: Music

1. Introducing children to music is what TEWM is about.



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