The answer to this question is a personal one and based on individual perspectives about how we develop and what we prioritise in our lives. Personally, after studying current research around how our brain develops and the nature of our ‘limbic system’ I believe that our “Birth Stories” create and govern our first impressions of the world around us and how to navigate through it.

Being able to understand our own and others imprints allows opportunities to nurture and strengthen the ones that will assist us to grow and develop in positive ways. It also provides insights into behaviours that may develop or have already developed that may not be healthy, therefore allowing opportunities for learning experiences that will alter and transform the imprint.

For me, I see ‘Birth Imprints’ as the knowledge needed to guide and write the ultimate handbook on ‘How to parent and teach the individual’.