CHILD CENTRIC APPROACH
Swasthya Believes and respects the fact that every child is a very unique individual form of energy.
They carry their inner world which in inimitable and reflects their exclusive energy pattern. Appreciating this uniqueness gives us insight about the mystery world.We respect trying to understand a child and make them express in a completely new space with a new encounter specially a doctor can often be a major undertaking. BUT to understand a child, we just need to be open to whatever they have to express.
So a genuine effort has been put to overcome these inhibitions and make the child have a fun filled ride as we do our part of bringing out their individuality and the central holistic pattern.
HOW DO WE DO THAT?
A) CREATING A STAGE: for our ALL-IN-ONE ACTOR, PRODUCER, STORYTELLER AND WRITERS TO LET OUR LITTLE WONDERS DEMONSTRATE THEIR MOVIE.
B) CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT OF THE STAGE: consulting space to the case taking journey is designed uniquely to facilitate them to express in a trustful non-judgemental space
C) DESIGNING THE STAGE: A stage designed with various child-centric areas like imaginations, dreams, fears, art – drawing/scribbling, story telling and much more to create a LIVE MOVIE of the inner unique pattern running in that child.
C) UNIQUE FEATURE OF THE MOVIE SHOW- BECOMING: The art of the doctors in BECOMING them as they flow in the case taking journey thus giving a catalyzing effect for them in the process of expressing themselves.
D) A TAKEAWAY GIFT: A Child centric diary: An exclusive gift only available for the Swasthya little wonders …. regarding which you can know in detail on this link…
READ ON A STORY TO UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT BETTER
While researching the mother-child relationship, I came across a fascinating story in Deepak Chopra’s book, Magical Beginnings, Enchanted Lives. Apparently, in certain African tribes, the birth of a child happens in the mother’s thoughts; she goes to a silent place, before conception, and awaits a song that is her baby’s special song. After she hears the special song, she returns home to share it with her partner who also sings the song so that he can share her delight of being spiritually pregnant with their child. They repeat the song while making love, during conception and throughout the nine months that the mother carries the baby. The song is learned even by the midwives who will chant the song during delivery. The same song is taught to the child. Interestingly, this song apparently helps the child in all the stages of his or her development to come out of times of sadness and more. The song serves not only as a welcoming gate for the child’s soul to enter the mother’s womb, but also supports the child throughout his or her life’s journey. Isn’t it amazing to know that these tribes, so close to Mother Nature, devoid of pretense, and not formally “educated”, believe in the concept of energy and individual energy patterns? The tribes hold a belief very similar to one now generally held by scientists; that energy is present throughout the universe. The spiritual birth of a child begins when the mother imagines the child. The mother’s thought to have a child itself is energy, and the mother meditates on the energy of thought until it refines and becomes energy in the form of a song. She teaches her mate the song and they sing it together, inviting this energy (the child) into their lives. The moment of physical conception comes much later, when the intangible energy of thought manifests into the tangible form of the child. As the story rightly illustrates, a child is an individual, unique form of energy.