THE BOND – a project for pregnant women and their unborn children for a rich, cheerful future with perspectives that we can only dream of until now. THE BOND is made up of far-sighted, wise, powerful women with the desire and urge for a different world. It should be a place where pregnant women give birth to their children into a new existence – into an existence of love, benevolence and connectedness. The creative power so directly experienced and felt during pregnancy is the gift of the Great. The conscious savouring of this deeply connecting primal force is the basis of the project and enables a profound transformation of everything experienced.
THE BOND, the idea, is itself in pregnancy. This means that conception has taken place and the creative potential of the universe floods the project idea daily. Nobody knows yet how this’child’ will look like. But the feeling that what is developing here is of great importance for the future of the family, and thus of the world, is already taking root.
I am looking for women who feel addressed by these lines: Grandmothers, mothers and of course pregnant women, and those who would like to become one, midwives, yoga teachers, doctors and other interested people. My dream is to create a team of wise women. Together we will be developing a programme that gives pregnant women a platform to look to the future and, most importantly, also forms a vessel when a pregnancy is terminated prematurely and the woman is in sadness.
My work and my contribution is the psychological aspect of Being. As a former child psychotherapist, mother and grandmother, and from lifelong inner exploration of human life, I bring in a foundation of profound knowledge that is in harmony with life.
You can find more about the work with pregnant women individually here.
This project is dedicated to The Dignity of Parents and Their Children.
“I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours..” (Henry David Thoreau, 1817-1862, Philosoph, Naturalist, Mystic)