By Sharon King. Simon had not wanted to be held or touched by his parents since birth. When Simon was an infant and Sarah tried to hold him, to feed him, he screamed. She had to prop him up in a chair to bottle-feed him. At age 14, he still objected to being held. They came to me for help.
Free resources. Please comment below. Sharon King presenting on Matrix Birth Reimprintng; Are you aware that many feelings can relate back to subconscious memories such as a difficult birth experience or trauma in the womb? The hugely talented transformational therapist and pioneer of Matrix Birth Reimprinting came over to the New Forest for a chat about the release of her deeply researched and superbly readable new book Heal your Birth, Heal your Life. Sharon tells us how she came to birth this book and the technique she uncovered whilst practising the powerful Matrix Reimprinting technique with Karl Dawson. Quickly realising she was onto something incredibly potent, she focussed on developing and researching around the trauma of birth for not only expectant mothers but also on how ones own birth can affect your life, and how you can transform that initial patterning.
Sharon King, creator and director of Magical New Beginnings, has been working in the field of emotional health for 19 years. Her journey into this field began when her soul partner was killed and she was forced to address the emotional challenges that came with this experience. Sharon learned not only to address these challenges but how to transform emotions on a very deep and fundamental level. This personal crisis, far from being an end, became instead a beginning for her, as she set about upon a deep personal exploration of how emotions affect our health and wellbeing. Sharon studied with countless leading teachers in the field of emotions, energy and health. She began to piece those teachings together and advance them. She worked for a number of years specializing in the birth experience, and how it affects our emotional health during our childhood and adult life.
Many of us do not realise how important our birth process is to the development of our beliefs and perceptions of the world. Adopted children or children who have spent a long time in care often have a feeling of rejection, not being good enough and have difficulties in forming lasting relationships with others. Surprisingly, many people remember their own birth process, the feelings and being separated from mother or even the loss of a twin in the womb.