Fecundația ca fenomen genetic, biochimic și cuantic

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  1. Extrem de interesanta acesta emisiune. Eu , ca terapeut Bowen, sunt intru totul de acord cu ceea ce spune dna profesor si nu numai ea. Cei care apeleaza la in vitro nu cred ca au o proiblema de morala, ca vor in mod egosit , calcand pe cadavre un copil in eprubeta, CHIAR DACA DIVINITATEA SI NATURA nu i-au considerat apti de procreere. Eu cred ca daca ar fi avut un cod moral, ar fi sprijinit viata din ei si din jurul lor prin felul in care au trait si VIATA I-AR fi sprijinit la randul ei facandu-i fertili.
    In momentul in care cineva isi pune problema unui copil in eprubeta nu are nimic de daruit VIETII , ci doar de luat. Daca ar avea de daruit, ar adopta un copil.

  2. Vrei copilul tau, vrei Tara Ta, vrei Neamul Tau la a caror „modelare” poti participa si de la care poti pretinde „cate ceva”!…dar nu si de la un copil adoptat asupra caruia nu ai dretul sacru de sange!
    Nu elaborez dar Dumnezeu si-a sacrificat „propiul sau fiu”.pentru a salva umanitatea…o aberatie filozofic- religioasa caci potrivit „creatiei crestine” Adam si Eva au fost primii copii ai dinvinitatii adevarat creati si nu nascuti din „sange si incest”cum este cazul lui Isus!..deci intre un copil de sange si unul adoptat/creat este o diferenta enorma!

    Mai reflectati! oericum eu nu cred in divinitati nici in dumnezeu si nici in Diavol…i-am scris pe amandoi cu litera mare!

  3. Cu totul de acord cu Oana. Copilul din eprubetă este un avorton care nu a fost încă aruncat!!. Medicina expediază, fără drept de apel, infertilitatea la cutia cu lucruri rezolvate doar pentru corpul fizic. Ce facem însă cu corpul vibrațional și astral?

  4. Dar iata ce ni se pregateste…

    Health Officials Weigh in on Pandemic Sex Practices:

    To go along with the masks, goggles and clear face shield, health officials are now also starting to issue recommendations for “safer sex.” In New York City, health officials suggest couples who do not reside in the same residence on a permanent basis should wear a mask during sex and avoiding kissing.

    According to the New York City health department’s “Safer Sex and COVID-19” fact sheet, “Decisions about sex and sexuality need to be balanced with personal and public health,” although they do note that “sex is not likely a common way that COVID-19 spreads.”

    To “enjoy safer sex and reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19,” the health department suggests avoiding orgies, restricting sexual activity to masturbation whenever possible, and washing your hands (and any toys) for at least 20 seconds before and afterward.

    If hooking up with someone outside your household, discuss COVID-19 risk factors such as symptoms within the last two weeks and any positive COVID-19 test results. They also recommend having alcohol-based sanitizer on hand, and having sex in “larger, more open, and well-ventilated spaces.”

    Other suggestions include getting “creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, like walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing close face to face contact.” In plain English, consider having sex through a hole in the wall (“glory hole”) or other physical barrier to avoid close physical contact.

    British Columbia’s Centre for Disease Control has issued near-identical guidelines, as has the Irish Health Services and the Irish Pharmacy Union. Several Scandinavian countries have also issued pandemic safe sex guidance, although the Danish health chief explicitly excluded all forms of sex from its social distancing rules saying “sex is good, sex is healthy.”

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/08/12/do-you-need-goggles-for-coronavirus.aspx

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