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Week 1 – Prenatal Memory: a Message from the Children – Film Viewing

March 7 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Please join our month long Film Festival in celebration of Birth Psychology Month throughout March 2022.
Free registration at www.birthpsychologymonth.com
We will have live viewing of the films on Mondays followed by a 48-hour viewing window for the recording. Panel discussion live viewings are on Wednesdays at noon followed by a 48-hour viewing window for the recording.

Monday, March 7, 12:00 pm EST will be the international premier for the film:

Prenatal Memory: a Message from the Children

A new version of the documentary film on the theme of Prenatal Memory, which has been viewed by over 320,000 people through word of mouth mainly at independent screenings, since December 2013. 92% of the viewers who answered in a post-screening survey said they would recommend the film to others. Prenatal Memory refers to the memories of being in the mother’s womb. Children between the ages of 2 and 4 are known to talk about these memories. This film is a new version released in 2022. The first half of the film is about the research on Prenatal Memory in Japan. The second half of the film is about remarkable developments in the field of Prenatal Memory research by overseas researchers. Were you aware that your Prenatal Memory influences your entire life through your subconscious mind? Discovering your Prenatal Memory will unlock new opportunities for you.

Synopsis

Dr. Akira Ikegawa runs an obstetrics and gynecology clinic in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and also gives lectures throughout Japan as a leading researcher on Prenatal Memory. Dr. Ikegawa said says when he asked children who have Prenatal Memory about the reasons why they were born, they always answer, “To help people” and “To make mothers happy by their birth and presence.” Yumiko Tobitani and Chikako Kagami who are experts in early childhood education talk about Prenatal and Pre-birth Memory in their classes. The camera captures the scene during some actual research on Prenatal and Pre-birth Memory when Professor Masayuki Ohkado at Chubu University and Dr. Akira Ikegawa conducted interviews with children and their mothers. Please feel and reflect with the researchers on how interpreting Prenatal Memory affects the bond between mother and child, and between siblings. The second half of the film is about the developments in the field of Prenatal Memory research by overseas researchers. Norio Ogikubo accompanied the Prenatal Memory Global Project team from Japan to cover the APPPAH (Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health) International Congress which was held in the US in 2019. Imagine the smiles of the babies. And please remember to listen to the messages from these babies to create a better world they will be responsible for in 20 or 30 years.

Norio Ogikubo, Filmmaker

Norio Ogikubo is a Filmmaker and the owner of Kumanekodo Co. Ltd. he accompanied the Prenatal Memory Global Project team from Japan to cover the APPPAH’s International Congress. He is an instructor for the Movie Class at the Tokyo International Stanislavsky Academy. He has more than 30 years of experience as a recording, lighting, and photography engineer for theatrical films and documentary programs.

 

 

Akira Ikegawa, MD

Dr. Ikegawa is an OB-GYN doctor, author, and lecturer who has an extensive background in the research of the concept of Prenatal Memory. He distributed about 3,600 questionnaires consisting of 85 questions in 2002 and 2003 and continue to interview people with Prenatal Memory. He guides how to communicate with babies in the womb for pregnant mothers at his clinic, and delivers lectures nationally and internationally about the extraordinary stories that he discovered from the research of Prenatal Memory. There are videos with English subtitles are available on the Prenatal Memory YouTube channel.

 

 

Yuko Igarashi, PPNE

Yuko graduated from The Evergreen State College with a BA in Consciousness Studies and a certified Prenatal and Perinatal Educator. She launched the Prenatal Memory Global Project in 2018 with Dr. Ikegawa and Dr. Masayuki Ohkado at the Society for Mind-Body Science 28th Annual Conference. She organized and coordinated joint group presentations from Japan and China for the 2019 APPPAH International Congress and also served as an interviewer for the film “Prenatal Memory”.

 

 

 

Details

Date:
March 7
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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