The Science of Beginning of Life (CIV), is a new subject that gathered the knowledge of more than 20 years of academic research that resulted in an up-to-date science with more than 2,000 bibliographic references.

This science is linked to the arts and traditions in the preparation for a more conscious conception, gestation and parenting, as well as natural birth, breastfeeding, and the care for the critical first 3 years of a child’s life.

The transmission of this knowledge to the communities is absolutely transformative and healing. It is more than a project on how to parent with secure attachment. It is about finding new ways on how to raise children with optimum mental and physical health, thus resulting in a secured human being that comes from peace to create peace! A new journey in search for a loving, fraternal and self sustaining humanity.

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ELEANOR MADRUGA LUZES is a psychiatrist and a Jungian analyst with 32 years of experience. She worked as an OBGYN for 3 years and as an elementary school teacher. She received her M.A. in psychology at The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and obtained her PhD through the Psychology Institute from the same university, with her dissertation about The need to Teach the Science of the Beginning of Life in high schools and universities.

Eleanor Luzes is a member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal psychology and Health (APPPAH), organization that exists for more than 27 years; member of the Humane Labor and Birth Network (REHUNA), active since 1993; member and contributor of the Social Imagination and Education Laboratory (LISE) at the Education Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

She provides courses, workshops and speeches about her dissertation with the objective of informing society, especially those who wish to become parents of a more loving humanity.

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Everyone knows that parenting marks a new cycle in the life of anyone. But are we enough prepared and conscious to create, since conception, a more healthy, loving and sustainable society? Or do we need to learn how to contribute?
With her doctoral dissertation “Science of the Beginning of Life”, which has been gaining space in public politics, Eleanor Luzes, psychiatrist, has made her quest in the battle towards the collective evolution of our concept of family and species, the Homo Sapiens Frater.

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