Jun 8, 2018
Stephen Gyllenhaal is an award-winning film and
television director, writer and producer. His producing credits
include the documentary IN UTERO, "a cinematic
rumination on life in the womb and its lasting impact on human
development, human behaviour, and the state of the world. Tapping
into cultural myths, popular movies, and technological trends, the
film demonstrates how our experiences in utero – particularly
traumatic events – preoccupy us throughout our lives, impacting our
decisions and shaping society." [source]
Stephen takes us on a poignant exploration of the topics
discussed in the film he produced with his wife Kathleen, IN
UTERO. We talk about the psychological and epigenetic impact
of early life and uterine environment, as well as the means by
which we can unravel the negative impact of our past into
profoundly positive potentials for well-being in our lives
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- How environment conditions in the womb influence
epigenetic and psychological development.
- The influence of unconscious memories of childhood
and the womb on the adult’s perception of the self and of
- Transgenerational trauma.
- Self-fulfilling prophecies and unconscious
- Modern society’s cultural war zone: intellectualized
sexism, racism, and classism.
- Perinatal psychology (psychological impact of the
- The vital importance of the mother/child bond.
- The larger community of caregivers, on being a
- The vital impact of bonding.
- Being yourself, being OK with not being OK.
- Feeling unsafe and building safe, but necessarily
- Taking responsibility as a parent.
- Healing trauma, from childhood to adulthood.
- Embodiment and the interconnection between the mind
- How to support mothers.
- Treating adults with trauma – safe spaces and
- An interesting synchronicity between Stephen’s
near-death experiences and my dream the night before.