Ten Commandments of the Birthing Power


Pre-requisite: Perhaps it is too early to start thinking of the future vision in the middle of the obstetrics crisis, with the midwives service cuts and where those brave women who have decided to give birth at the comfort and safety of their home are almost taken for criminals; and all is rotting under the powerful lobby of (mostly male) obstetricians and anaesthesiologists. However, I am convinced that it is the right time to change the way we think about these things (because this is the best place to start). No matter how metaphorical or unrealistic (at this point in time) the below Ten commandments may seem, take them as the vision and the advice for the next century. And to all of my caring and attentive readers: when you’ve finished reading, I would recommend closing your eyes, imagining and visualizing it all. There is no path towards the birthing power, the birthing power is the path.

I.  All what they want they get and deserve. There is an increasing number of women who listen to their natural instincts and give birth to healthy, happy and undamaged babies in peace and joy (which is naturally more likely to occur at home or some safe place, rather than in a hospital – or even as in the old times “on the pile of hay”).  And even though at present it may look like something from a sci-fi movie, it is the only sensible option to keep the humanity from the catastrophic doom. It is time to uncover the hidden (esoteric) secret of the birthing power.

II. Like the beginning, like the end. While majority of us were born as unplanned or unwanted children (I mean where the conception itself was random and unplanned), and right after the hospital birth they took us away from our mothers; a typical Indian woman would meditate on good character traits of her unborn baby during the whole period of her pregnancy … She doesn’t do this only once she knows she’s pregnant, she’s starting to think about it much sooner, even at love making with the intention to conceive: she’s already sending loving thoughts to her future baby even before her eggs travel down her fallopian tubes to be fertilized.

III. Babylon. What is happening in our hospital maternity wards, it is simply an underestimation or misunderstanding of the powerful processes which are in existence and which we have forgotten about (as we focus more and more on scientific proofs), however the real human beings in us will remember all of it when we’re presented with an opportunity. Because the birth itself, as well as the process of start of a new life is not only a physiological event but very much a spiritual one, provided it is uninterrupted, and at which a woman is re-born into a spiritual being with powers to be envied by Luke Skywalker (and every mother to be could or should be honoured and welcomed with greeting “May the birthing power be with you”).

IV. Respect and be respected. Surely not by a coincidence the males of many cultures used to honour the female principle with a deep respect, and sometimes helped the females at birth giving (kuvade). The orgasm experienced at love making is similar to an orgasm that should be experienced at birth giving (a sort of frequency synchronizes the processes within the female body which result in an overwhelming feeling of unity of all). Surely not by a coincidence a major part of Indian and Tibetan tantrists experience nirvana by using their trained sexual (birthing) organs. And surely not by a coincidence an average woman seems to experience so many problems at birth giving nowadays – because the mythical birthing power can be so easily disrupted or blocked

V. Temples of Birth. Imagine that the maternity wards, where the miracle of birth happens, could really be the temples of the future spiritual energy. Obstetricians would be able to observe and soak up the intense, Nature and God given birthing spirituality (saturated with joyful energy and bliss)… and around the temple of Birth (or whatever they would be named) there would be satellite quarters and villages including small meditation rooms where the apprentices of spirituality (whether they’re individuals, students of theology or philosophy, or even top company managers, writers or thinkers) would be able to open themselves to this unique creative and spiritual (birthing) power.

VI. Being an obstetrician would be then a highly prestigious occupation and the top positions would only be held by those who show and prove their deepest empathy, patience and spiritual potential. The obstetricians, by virtue of their role would be positively saturated with birthing energy and after several years of practice be called into all possible birthing councils on all levels and in all areas of human societies. And because the women are naturally more empathic, while at the same time having the advantage of experiencing birth giving themselves – these mothers and wise women will naturally fill the role in at least half of the law-giving institutions or councils.

VII. On the right Path. The nursery workers and teachers (adequately rewarded for the role they have in the society) will be able to soak up the positive and creative energy of naturally born and happy children. Surely one of those (in)genius children (or maybe some inventor inspired by the birthing power) could come up with the other ways of usage of birthing power…

VIII. Send our positive visions to the birthing heaven. The fact that we regard births as painful and bloody illness requiring a surgery is our own self-fulfilling prophecy (we get what we subconsciously want). On the other hand once we start regarding births in a positive light and think about the existence and usability of the birthing power, we will be able to change our way of thinking and at the same time our own future reality – imagine that.

IX. The more you give the more you get. The birthing power (just like any force of nature) obeys the laws of the physical universe, and its intensity decreases further away from the source – this would mean that the meditation rooms located closer to the maternity ward would be the most sought. The Czech Office of Statistics recently acknowledged and registered theChurch ofJedi Knights thus enabling their fans to officially join their religion, so perhaps there may be a time to acknowledge and officially register the Movement of The Birthing Power.

X. Concept of natural living: At the end, once we live in the new birthing age, all of the naturally born, super intelligent, curious, happy and good-natured children will be able to “play” for the rest of their lives – including playing being obstetricians and enabling natural births… Girls and boys will naturally want to promote natural births or hold positions as obstetricians enabling them. All of us will know that the most important and divinely creative power can be naturally found in the temples of Birth and their close surroundings.

Let the birthing power will be with us… forever.