How is it already Sunday night 🙀 Back at it tomorrow with 2 lovely corporate classes to kick off the week 💕 Thought i’d share one of the forearm-stand preps, and shoulder strengthening postures, that i’ve been sneaking into our practices recently - Dolphin pose 🐬✨ Swipe for a lil (wonky 😵😂) clip of this posture in my prep for a wobbling old forearm balance, I also seem to find it way easier going straight into split legs 🤷🏼♀️🤸🏼♀️ Keep strong through the arms & shoulders, focus is key 💛 but take the pressure off yourself - you don’t need to be in a forearm balance to do yoga - give it time, sometimes the postures we find the most challenging come to us at the most random times 😸👏🏼💗 Hope everyone had a lovely weekend! Xxx
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Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 underwater births, but in 1979 he began experiments with dolphins and children.
His daughter, one of the first modern water-birthers, was in her late twenties when the following incident happened. Charkovsky and his team had taken a woman to the Black Sea in Israel for an underwater birth.
In two feet of water, preparing for the birth, suddenly three dolphins approached, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body (with sonar?), which somehow relaxed the mother and child and gave birth with no pain or fear.
Apparently all the human midwives were pretty shocked. This opened up the new practice of ‘Dolphin mid-wivery’ which may sound strange, but fits in with the new breed of super-children that are currently coming in to existence.
For some reason, dolphins are attracted to pregnant women and young children and as most people are aware, the dolphins can also help heal people with mental and psychological problems. But the children, who are being born with the aid of dolphins, at least with the cases documented in Russia, are extraordinary children.
Most of the have IQ’s of over 150 (genius range again), plus extremely stable emotional bodies and strong physical bodies. They are superior in one way or another.
Humans are meant to give birth in water. Some three decades of research and the experience of thousands of births has shown that underwater birth is better for the mother and for the baby. The mother is supported by the water which permits her relaxation and easy movement and during delivery of the baby from the womb to water, the buoyancy of the water supports the baby’s brain and protects it at its most vulnerable time.
RESEARCH: Dolphin Assisted Births - Igor Charkovsky #4biddenKnowledge#birth#dolphin#dolphins#energy#love#animals#wow#amazing#mother#baby#childbirth
Have you ever seen a baby dolphin ? 🐬
This lil guy was found washed up on the beach, all alone, malnourished and struggling to make it back to the water.
Thanks to this guy and a couple other brave volunteers, baby Dolphin was saved, fed, and set back on track! Whether it survived and or reunited with its mother is unknown. -
Seals on ice and spyhopping orcas. This behavior is common among cetaceans; it allows them to get a better look at their surroundings and view potential prey above water. These orcas eventually moved on, leaving the seals to see another day.