Silent Birth–Misconceptions vs What it Really is

Spurred on by my annoyance over reading what celebrity gossip blogs were writing about silent birth this week (they are dredging up every possible scrap  they can talk about relating to  Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes) I submit this very simple explanation from the Scientology Parent blog. Silent Birth Questions & AnswersWHAT IS “SILENT BIRTH”?This is all about providing the best possible environment for the birthing mother and her new baby.It is labor and delivery done in a … [Read more...]

Another Silent Birth Story

There are many stories about silent birth and what it's like to deliver that way--the benefits to the mom and the child.  Here is another, from the Scientology Parent blog Silent Birth: Story from a Mother of Three PARENTING, PREGNANCY | NOVEMBER 3, 2010 BY TAD | 2 COMMENTSHere’s a story from a Scientologist parent, and her story of using principles of quiet birth or as it’s known by the tabloid media, “silent birth”. I did a silent birth with all of my girls.They were each born natu … [Read more...]

A Quiet, Wonderful Birth – Silent Birth Story

When people hear I'm a Scientologist they often ask me about Silent Birth.  Today I found this blog posting on the Scientology Parent blog that I thought illustrated what goes on very well.This fantastic story was submitted by my Aussie friend Sonya, a fellow Scientologist who just had her first child.Okay so here is my story.I was past my due date by about one and half weeks. I was freaking out a bit as they wanted to induce the labor which I was not really interested in.  Got in … [Read more...]

Dianetics Explains Reason for Silent Birth

L. Ron Hubbard wrote in Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, In May, 1950, that expectant mothers should be extremely gentle on themselves during pregnancy. He also advocated that people assisting a woman giving birth maintain silence during delivery. “So a child should have a very quiet prenatal period, and should have a silent, as painless as possible, birth.,” and, “the delivery itself should carry as little anesthetic as possible, be as calm and no-talk as possible.” Mr. Hubbard al … [Read more...]


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