Interview televised. Series on education with Dr. M. Laitman, Limor Soffer-Fetman, educational psychologist and psychotherapist and Eli Vinokur, responsible for contents of education in the Institute Bnei Baruch Limor Soffer-Fetman: when it is born a child must be separated immediately after birth? Because there are all kinds of views on this issue. Michael Laitman: You should immediately feel the mother.
Apart from the hands that help you out and arrange him a little. He must feel the mother immediately, smell it, as quickly as possible. They should wipe a bit, wash you, but it should perhaps be given to the mother, even before that. He must go through this. After all, it belongs to the animal level. Limor Soffer-Fetman: is there some reference about if the child should not sleep with the mother? Michael Laitman: I recommend simply observe the animals. Why not learn from animals? What we differ so much? In our bodies, we are in the animal degree. Limor Soffer-Fetman: true. More info: The Journal of Educational Research.
Michael Laitman: And? What are humans different? In nothing. It is best to take them as example and that will be the right thing, follow the nature. Therefore, of course, a child must be near his mother, and she should not sleep with her husband immediately. This was never done so in human history, none of the cultures. The baby should be next to it. Until the age of two, the baby needs to feel only the mother and perhaps to those who help her. Limor Soffer-Fetman: what happens with the father? What is the role of the father in the beginning? Michael Laitman: Is only through the mother. He doesn’t have any impact on the baby. Just as during pregnancy, after birth it has no connection with the baby, only through the mother. Perhaps he is near her, but there is no contact. Eli Vinokur: Is supported by an important man during childbirth, in the delivery room? Michael Laitman: No, Kabbalah, not even think about it. We also know that always There were midwives beside the mother. A man never approached. Eli Vinokur: When you see a baby grow, the pace of change, of the development, is impressive. Is there a spiritual root specifically for these early years? Michael Laitman: Of course. The more we grow, slower are the changes, until we return to the regression. So, of course, in the first year changes can be seen every several weeks, even every few days. We want to see these changes. Then, a slight change occurs once a week. At the age of one or two years, changes happen once a month. This is the natural thing. But we also see it in all grades of Ibur, Yenika and Mojin (conception, breastfeeding and young adulthood, respectively). If the first period was nine months, the second period is two years, then up to the age of six, nine, twelve, thirteen, twenty, seventy and one hundred twenty. In other words, those already are longer periods. Limor Soffer-Fetman: do the periods the? It is described as stages of development? Michael Laitman: Stages of development or aging. In Kabbalah, all is development. In our physical life we are declining, but in the Kabbalah is constantly progressing.