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After our industrial civilisation has broken and the civilisation of touch has begun, war will cease, there will be no more wars.
(DH Lawrence in Future War)

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Culture of Touch

The Culture of Touch is a society based on healthy bonding and attachment parenting., as well as using touch as an angelic or magical act.
This Culture of Touch is closely allied to the Culture of Love.

In this video (3 minutes 47 seconds, posted 2016, accessed 2 August 2016), obstetrician Michel Odent tells us we have a crisis. We have controlled nature too much, rather than flowed with it. He tells us that most women today do not give birth with their own hormones, because they can use synthetic hormones, a drip, an epidural, drugs or Caesarean section. This means that most women globally do not have to release a flow of love hormones to birth babies. This is absolutely new to humans.
Do we want to create a society which is not founded on love, affection, touch?

Breastfeeding is a clear demonstration of how far we are from a Culture of Touch.
Only 1%-2% of women in the UK exclusively breastfeed for six months (BBC, posted 10 February 2017, accessed 11 February 2017), yet this is the minimum recommended by WHO (dated 2017, accessed 11 February 2017). Also see here.
Mothers are regularly attacked by society for public or extended breastfeeding. They are even threatened with social services or accused of child molestation. See below

Early Life
In Why Love Matters, Sue Gerhardt explains why love is essential to brain development in the early years of life, and how early interactions between babies and their parents have lasting and serious consequences. It uses the latest findings in neuroscience, psychology and biochemistry.
Also see Violence & Socio-Cultural Shifts where the issue of violent touch/corporal punishment is condemned.

Intimate Relationships
The Culture of Touch applied to intimate relationships is more about affectionate touch than sex. Pleasure alone does not necessarily bring extended happiness. The reason sex can equate with greater long-term happiness is because of the accompanying cuddling. It's more than just sex. Affection connects sexual activity and well-being. We need more than just sex. See here and here.


Four kinds of touch in intimate relationships:-
  1. Nurturing There’s touch that makes us feel nurtured and accepted. That’s the kind of touch that we would give a baby and it’s completely non-sexual.
  2. Healing There’s therapeutic touch, touch that’s there for healing.
  3. Sensual There’s sensual touch, touch that’s just designed to delight our senses and helps us move into our sensual trance.
  4. Sexual And then there’s sexual touch, touch that’s specifically designed to arouse and stimulate.
And part of what happens with partners is we tend to not get this whole spectrum of touching from our partners. And when we do it really enhances things. The nurturing touch; everybody needs the nurturing touch sometimes, and it’s really important to create trust with a partner that sometimes we can get that nurturing touch and it is completely non-sexual, and it needs to be, right.

Try this: Get with your partner and have them close their eyes. Give them the four kinds of touch and see if they can guess which is which. Then have your partner touch you back with your eyes closed and experience nurturing, healing, sensual and sexual. Give each other feedback about what felt best and why. Each of us likes different pressure and strokes.  Use this exercise as a learning experience to give your partner even more pleasure.

(Adapted from Susan Bratton, posted 24 December 2013, accessed 2 January 2014)


Magical or Angelic Touch
'In whatever you do, think only of spreading beneficial influences. You can do this by means of your hands, which are among the best instruments for transmitting them. When you caress the head of someone you love, instead of seeking egotistical pleasure, concentrate on your hands and say, ‘May God bless you. May light reign in this head, and may all angels come and make their home here.’ At this moment, your love will no longer be sensual; it will be transformed into a beneficial energy and will also bring you an extraordinary sensation of joy and expansion. And when you touch the head of your child, or its small arms and legs, bless them as well, so that the angels come and make them a magnificent being. Learn to bless everything you touch: objects, food, and other beings. This is true white magic.' (O.M. Aïvanhov)

Examples of Attacks on Breastfeeding

Also see:-

Attachment Parenting

Culture of Love

Solar Culture & Sun

Natural Family Living


Women & Failure

Birth Obstacles

Birth Obstacles - Sexual Abuse

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