Sunday, December 16, 2012

Don't Look Away! Your Boy Is Watching!

I want to give you some importnat pice of information that you may have not noticed. There is neuroscientific research about newborn boys, that genetically boys are programmed differently than girls.

Any mother desires to look into her baby's eyes as soon as the baby is born. Gazing into your baby's eyes is the most significant moment. And all the mother wants to do is to keep gazing....

Well, the boys are genetically programmed to look into your eyes, check you out, make sure you are mom, or dad, and then look away. Boys keep and direct their attention in a different way than girls.

Boys, who are becoming men, are a programmed for protection, and hunting. They have to be fast and they have to be checking out the environment. That's why they look away, to protect. Then they always return their gaze to you.

Usually, and unfortunately though, the majority of moms already also took their gaze elsewhere. You are not looking at me, I am not looking at you. So the boy returns his gaze to his moms' but she is busy elsewhere. By the time they are 3 months old, they are already habituated the inability to keep deep and prolonged eye contact. And with this, the inability to deep emotional connection, understanding, and compassion.

The girls are different. Girls are programmed for gathering, nurturing, mothering. They gaze and gaze and gaze into your eyes since birth. They are able to watch you for hours, sharing exchanging love. Due to the genetic programming, girls are emotionally open to compassion toward another since early age.

Then they both grow up. And one day, on the first date, she wants his emotional openness, and he is gazing away, checking things out. It's not that they have different goals, just different genetic imprint.

Help your son to regain this ability to significant eye contact. Allow your baby to have all the possibilities and all the love you stared for him so far. Gaze into your boy's eyes, even if he looks away, and when he looks away, keep looking at him, so when he returns his eyes to yours, you are here for him. 

Friday, December 14, 2012


As always, my luck, I stick my head into a chat room where I never was before and find this news:


Imagine, if the world adopted HypnoBirthing as the new way of birthing ALL BABIES!!!

Well, I hope, in my dreams!

Anyway, Kate Middleton's pregnancy plan involves HypnoBirthing which means she will remove the fear of giving birth by calming her body/mind to a state of self-hypnosis.

READ the full article here.

Inquire about the next set of HypnoBirthing classes with Morrin Bass here. The next class starts January 22.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

HYPNOBIRTHING®: GOLDEN SEAL Of Approval From The HypnoBirthing® Institute - Demand Superior and Expect the Best

The Best of the Best in the HypnoBirthing® profession operate under the Golden Seal of approval from the HypnoBirthing®  Institute, elevating the quality of service in HypnoBirthing® training into a superior set of philosophy and techniques. When researching your future enrollment beware of imitation classes, promising success in under 12 hours of training from unqualified uncertified specialists portraying HypnoBirthing® affiliation under a different name. Look for the Registered trademark after the HypnoBirthing® title and the golden seal of approval to lead you to a qualified HypnoBirthing® professional in your area.

Here at New York Awareness center we service most of the Tri-State area moms and dads-to-be.  Repeat student for second and third child come back to reinforce their skills and get updated information. 

Enroll now (click here) in our next class and breathe easily. 

Morrin's classes consistently proved to be a success for moms, reporting HypnoBirthing® satisfying births. 

If you are pregnant or know anyone who is pregnant, please pass on this information:

New HypnoBirthing® classes are forming now:
Next set of HypnoBirthing® classes starts January 22, 2012. 

Enroll now (click here)

At registration you will receive your HypnoBirthing book by Marie Mongan, so you can get started right away on learning how to become a HypnoBirthing parent. 

Friday, December 7, 2012


I stumbled upon these fabulous hats for your newborn for holidays right here. What a cute little corded hat, to keep your newborn healthy and happy. 



New year's HypnoBirthing classes at