Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, he has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences.

I want to share with you this wonderful article because Bruce H. Lipton inspires me personally and professionally with his deep knowledge and wonderful way of teaching it. And beside of that, I am a mother of two children and this article is a lot about education and growing up Children!

The complete article is originally published in MASSAGE Magazine. Andrea Kelly interviewed Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. Read full article

Evolution based on love rather than fear is emerging, and we are its co-creators. Our children being our richest resource and, therefore, it is to teach them to love and live in a harmonious co-existence with our global neighbors. Our children are our future, after all.

The Triad Family Experience
For three decades, the World Institute for Nurturing Communication has passionately and responsibly taught infant massage. We recently held an infant massage instructors certification class, and our students included nurses from neonatal intensive care, labor and delivery; a social worker; an occupational therapist; a physical therapist; and a great-grandmother.

Our educators stress the importance of extending love through practicing nurturing touch for the parent-and-infant bonding-and-attachment process.

However, with Lipton’s discoveries and research over the past five years came more knowledge and, therefore, additional responsibilities. Lipton’s research inspired us, as an organization, to want to improve and deliver a more complete program for family attachment. Attachment can be fragile, and one might have a better chance to keep the family connection that may endure a lifetime if properly nurtured.

Massage, in the form of simple nurturing touch, may assist to relax and eliminate stress, while encouraging words can soothe the human spirit at any age. Therefore, the World Institute for Nurturing Communication teaches nurturing touch and games for the growing child that may be adapted throughout one’s life as he or she grows to become a toddler, preschooler, preteen, teen, young adult, a couple, a senior or throughout the hospice process. Sometimes touch is the most loving expression of goodbye.

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