The story of Marc Fréchet, father of this concept.
When it comes to approaching the parent-child relationship, psychology and psychotherapy have put a lot of emphasis on both the person’s life and their womb life to achieve good mental health. Each school or paradigm has brought its own particularity to the search for initial conflicts and traumas. From biological decoding, we examine this relationship between parents and children.
Marc Fréchet He was a French psychologist (psycho-oncologist) specializing in the treatment of cancer and multiple sclerosis who gave a relevant role to the moment of conception and to the experiences of parents at that time. Discover this notion after analyzing what surrounded the lives of their parents at the time of their conception and their first years alongside the mission he developed in his life.
He was conceived at the end of WWII and was born in 1946. The circumstances of his conception were decisive for the survival of his mother, a woman who, in her own words, “had made things unclear for a long time. war “and should be tried and if found guilty she would be imprisoned. Marc Fréchet’s parents believed that if the court saw the pregnant woman, he would be more lenient and he would not go to jail or get better treatment. These are the conditions that marked his conception, being a child born to help women and women in general.
Her pregnant mother spent this entire period in prison. This is where Marc was born and spent the first 9 months of his life. A total of 18 months in a place with restrictions on his freedom and the care of women in prison, his mother’s companions, marked the start of his life. Marc Frechet said his mother conceived a child out of need and not to satisfy motherhood. In his life, he was surrounded by people, while he remained alone and mainly took care of the women he managed to get out of their confinement (multiple sclerosis).
It is through his story that he realizes that every baby before being conceived is a preconceived idea. When he gets married on the same wedding night, his wife finds herself struggling to move, unable to move her lower limbs. He consults his in-laws about the birth and they first tell him that everything is fine until they tell him that he has had a difficulty and that he is “paralyzed”.
With his experiments, he developed another important concept which is that of memorized biological cycles. The two notions, Project and meaning or memorized biological cycles allow to locate the moments of programmer conflicts.
These principles, which he said were not immutable, but defined as a trend that could be verified, they condition the individual to experience certain events at specific times and in a specific way. Your meaningful project determines your life, there are significant projects that can be positive, and others that can block your whole life.
Marc Fréchet died at the age of 51 in January 1998 after spending 10 days in a morphine coma.
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