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I Love You More
Your Birth
Sacred Infancy
No One Before
So Proud

Book Contents:

Table of Contents
Terms Of Use
Chapt. 1: Sacred Infancy
Chapt. 2: Sacred Childhood
Chapt. 3: Sacred Adolescence
Chapt. 4: Sacred Womanhood
Chapt. 5: Sacred Motherhood
Chapt. 6: Sacred Healing
Chapt. 7: Sacred Maturity
Chapt. 8: Sacred Matronhood
Chapt. 9: Sacred Female

Your Sacred Infancy

Visualize this, my child: 

You are a beautiful infant.  Tiny, helpless, red, wrinkled, beautiful.  A beatific and benevolent Mother picks you up and, as naked as you,  holds you to her breasts.  There you hungrily suckle warm, reassuring milk from her breasts,  the Milk of Life; the Milk of Love. Her body is warm and pulsing with life. You and she are One. 

You do not have thoughts, you do not even have feelings yet.  You are not aware.  You only are. You are only ONE in warmth, in fullness.  You/She flow into ONEness.  The oneness of bounty, of limitlessness.  You are truly loved by this being, this mother, completely,  utterly, for no reason.  You need do nothing but BE. 

You are completely naked and held safely against her nakedness.  Smell the warm moistness of your bodies together,  fusing into Oneness.  There is nothing between the two of you, no blanket,  no diaper, no clothing.  There is no rejection of your body or separation of  skin-to-skin by impeding cloth.  You are pure, new skin on skin: warm, reassuring, close.  As the Great Mother intended.  She holds your naked, wrinkled self close to her unclothed chest in her bare arms.  Your nakedness is not rejected.  Her nakedness is not covered. 

There is no rejection of your body by hers nor of hers by yours,  of its warmth, of its fire, of its heart-pulse.  Your babyheart and her Motherheart beat as one entity.  You are ONE entity.  You are of this being, made from her very being. 

How can she but love you?

How can you be anything but loved?   


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