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ARTICLES BY COLIN KNAUF
Is a HOSPITAL the only ‘sane and safe place’ to birth?
(In the 2014 Spring Edition of Dialogue magazine)
Breast Feeding sounds all warm & fuzzy, but has it any real value in modern times?
(In the 2014 Summer Edition of Dialogue magazine)
What’s with babies hanging off us like
primates…didn’t we evolve?
(Will be featured in the 2014 Autumn Edition of Dialogue magazine)
Colin Knauf is the father of two and counts as one of his greatest accomplishments the privilege of being the prime caregiver to his daughter from 3 months of age. It opened his eyes to the importance of the primal year and early developmental. He has been studying prenatal and perinatal life— both psychologically and physiologically for over a decade. An autodidactic in the arena of health and harmony, he has been learning to connect the dots and has realized there is a much larger picture. He continues to explore the connections to focus and expose this picture languishing in the dark. A strong advocate for children, he is determined to change the paradigm of western childbirth. He has made it his life’s work to advocate for optimal birth and resultant health of mother and baby— the harbingers of healthy and harmonious families, communities, nations and the planet.
His goal is to see babies enjoy the greatest advantages nature has to offer. To insure the current culture of domination, denaturing and domestication of the species is curbed. He believes this can only happen when we honour women and empower them to take back their god given innate strength and power. To enjoy their potency as miracle makers and to own women’s purview of birth. To hearten women to take back the reins of childbirth, to bring their miracles into this world naturally, to assure optimal health, harmony and familial cohesion. He believes the only path to peace is through the power of women – which can only happen when we honour their sacred and natural strength and amazing powers starting at their most auspicious day – child birth.
Knauf’s son was born with a scar above his eye—not a birth mark, but a scar. The result of a misguided hypodermic needle during amniocentesis. Infuriated to realize his son’s scar was nothing compared to the litany of horrific iatrogenic harm from botched high tech diagnostics, policies and procedures. His discoveries opened up a can of worms. He was determined to know more. It quickly became clear to him, optimal health was not to be found in a western hospital birth. Optimal wealth was assured— but not health. ‘Return customers’ create a perpetual income stream for medical professionals and their pharma-surgical cohort. Along with insane profits for patented medicine—which as it turns out is the number two profit centre of the globe. Pharmaceutical profit follows closely on the heels of the military complex the number one profit centre.
"Colin, he is, the dot connector." – Janel Miranda Martin, host of NPR broadcast on ‘Birth and Disaster Capitalism.’
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