Although I think giving birth in the ocean with dolphins is a beautiful idea, I would have counseled this couple not to go public with their intention. You can see when you click on the video (of the mom's dolphin blessing in the waters of Hawaii - which video has been promptly removed from facebook!), that there is/was a Harry Potter commercial before the video starts. This is sorcery and the dark forces' attempt to curse the birth of this baby and the intentions of these parents. The dark forces do NOT want word getting out that birth can be ecstatic and beautiful and filled with love. They also don't want people to see that it is easily done in nature and, in fact, the Creator designed it to happen in nature so that children will be imprinted with the sights and sounds of the natural world -- rather than the Luciferian technological order. This article even goes so far as to quote a satanist (oops - I meant "scientist") claiming that dolphins are dangerous!!! Having swam with these beautiful beings numerous times while living in Hawaii, I can say for sure I never felt a moment of danger in the presence of these majestic creatures. I only felt love and joy.
Let's all send out prayers of protection to this couple and their baby and intend with them that their birth be a HUGE and joyous success, allowing a magnificent being to enter this dimension who can hold and emanate the frequencies of Love that Mankind was designed to experience and express.
Pregnant Woman Plans On Having ‘Dolphin-Assisted’ Water Birth In Ocean
ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) — A pregnant woman is planning on having “dolphin-assisted” water birth in the ocean, despite experts warning of the possible dangers.
Spiritual healer Dorina Rosin and her partner Maika Suneagle are appearing in the documentary Extraordinary Births to chronicle the woman’s journey of giving birth in the sea with a dolphin as a midwife, as reported by The Daily Mail. Experts say the plan poses the risk of other local marine life, like a great white shark, showing up in the water.
The couple run a healing retreat and view nature as a healing power. The pair says they believe their baby will be able to speak “dolphin.”
The couple says prior to the birth, Rosin took part in a 38-week blessing which she swims in the water alongside dolphins. They say the choice of birth environment is a more relaxing and natural way, despite warnings.
Immersion in water has been suggested as a beneficial alternative for labor, or delivery, or both and over the past decades has gained popularity in many parts of world, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, they caution that any facility offering the method needs to establish rigorous standards for candidate selection, maintenance and cleaning of the water, and infection control procedures.
Child experts warn that dolphins in the wild are unpredictable and dangerous and should not be trusted around a pregnant woman or newborns.
“This has to be, hands down, one of the worst natural birthing ideas anyone has ever had,” science journalist Christie Wilcox wrote in Discover in 2013. Wilcox notes that dolphins have been known to toss, beat, and kill other mammals for no apparent reason despite enjoyment.
“Is this an animal you want to have at your side when you’re completely vulnerable?” she added.
Rosin disagrees and views the animals as kind and healing creatures.
“In 2011 and 2014 I had the privilege to learn from and with wild and free dolphins and Humpback whales in Hawaii who transformed and healed me in a very profound way,” the expectant mother said on her blog.
“I felt deeply called to spend two times three months in nature – mostly by myself – and to deeply connect to this magical place of beauty and transformation inside and outside which called me home.”
The couple has also posted video to YouTube swimming alongside the mammals while “playing” and mimicking the dolphins’ movements.
The documentary follows other women choosing unconventional pregnancy or birth methods, including an infant staying attached to the placenta until it falls off naturally and an athlete who continues her rigorous career while pregnant.