9 mese en el paraiso

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Alfred Tomatis discovered the psychological importance of prenatal life while devoting his attention to children with problems. From 1949 he determined with all precision that the fetus was listening to his sonorous surroundings, and especially of his mother’s voice. The ear is, in fact, the first sensory organ that starts up, since the first months of the uterine life.

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Alfred Tomatis discovered the psychological importance of prenatal life while devoting his attention to children with problems. From 1949 he determined with all precision that the fetus was listening to his sonorous surroundings, and especially of his mother’s voice. The ear is, in fact, the first sensory organ that starts up, since the first months of the uterine life. Alfred Tomatis explains how the voice of the mother – caught in the depths of the uterine night – influences the development of the future newborn and conditions their possible well-being. The Tomatis method of auditory stimulation, during pregnancy, provides indisputable and surprising results, as shown by the recent studies carried out in hospital environments. According to the author, we all keep in ourselves the nostalgia of the nine months lived as a stay, too short, in paradise. From this room we have many memories. And with little effort we can recover them, so powerful is the impression left by the first months of life.

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