Hypno Children


Parents have a strong influence on children before they are born. The fetal and infant nervous system has vast sensory and learning capabilities and a kind of memory that neuroscientists call implicit memory.


“The quality of life in the womb, our temporary home before we were born, programs our susceptibility to coronary artery disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and a multitude of other conditions in later life” writes Dr. Peter Nathanielsz (1999).


Dr. Bruce Lipton believes that environmental stimuli regulates gene activity (epigenetics), and that parents can act as genetic engineers. A child comes into this world without fear, they do not know fear or worries, they are instead filled with love and desire to learn. Parents are the ones imprinting fear and blockages into their children (most times unintentionally). This children will grow and develop traumas, frustrations, blockages, that will have an incidence into their lives.

In humans the fundamental behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes we observe in our parents become “hard-wired” as synaptic pathways in our conscious minds.

Once programmed into the subconscious mind, they control our biology for the rest of our lives, or at least until we make the effort to reprogram them (Dr. Bruce Lipton).

Any verbal abuse will become defined as a truth that unconsciously will shape the behavior and potential reality of the child through life.

This will happen until age six when the conscious mind starts making the appearance.


Basically, once the child manifest any pathology, disease, or disruption in his life, there is still a chance to access the sub-conscious mind whout having too much trouble to bypass the conscious, which is not fully developed yet.

If the problem is not corrected during this time the message gets completely absorbed by the subconscious, stored and rooted there for years probably growing to become a chronic illness.


Hypnocell® for children is available in certain countries and patients. 


Cool little kids posing over white background

Referenced: Dr. Bruce Lipton, The biology of belief.

Dr. Peter Nathanielsz, Life in the womb: the origin of health and disease.