2018

Can the Gillespie Approach Redirect A Newborn’s Personality?

I am treating a soft-spoken patient who has had trouble expressing herself her entire life. The pertinent history is that she had a forceps delivery in the 1940s.

Her zero-second brain cycle is opening beautifully to triple digits after just two visits, but she has an incredible amount of fascial strain in her larynx and hyoid areas, restricting her vocal cord/tongue tissues.

I would bet the farm she was a “weak crier” as an infant. We saw those babies in our Lancaster research as documented in two 2015 posts (story 1 and story 2) published on GillespieApproach.com.

Moms thought they had great babies, but underlying that quiet characteristic was a tremendous amount of throat fascial strain. I believe those babies could not fully express themselves emotionally or physically. I always wondered how their lives would have turned out without our work. Am I seeing that played out in this patient?

Can specific birth traumas determine one’s distinctive lifetime characteristics? I always talk about correcting/preventing infant fussiness issues to become a happy baby. I believe that this approach may possibly alter a newborn’s personality. (See “A Possible CFT Unified Health Theory.”)

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