Maternal Thoughts & Emotions during Pregnancy

Do a mother's thoughts and feelings during pregnancy affect the personality of her child later in life?  Cross-cultural perspectives weigh in...

Does a pregnant mother function like a photographic camera who records intense emotions — positive and negative — on the fetus?

A diversity of spiritual teachings recognize that the time before birth is crucial for the unborn child.

Thus they advise that a pregnant mother watch her thoughts, emotions, food, behavior, and lifestyle for the sake of her unborn child.

Unborn Babies Listen to a Mother’s Thoughts: Cross-Cultural Reports:


Can Miscarried or Aborted Babies Come Back?

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Four-year-old Dorothy says, “Last time when I was four inches long and in your tummy, Daddy wasn’t ready to marry you yet, so I went away.

But then, I came back.”

Can a miscarried soul reincarnate?

Could little Dorothy possibly be remembering a real situation that occurred before her physical birth? What do you think?

Pre-birth research goes beyond-the-five-normal-senses to discover a cosmic, interconnected, spiritual perspective to answer this question. We need to look at spiritual experiences that reveal the “behind-the-scenes” activities related to the mundane and seemingly unrelated experiences of our lives. We need to look into the world of the Soul.

One source to consider is the innocently-shared pre-birth memories of children who are much too young to have been privy to their mother’s previous miscarriage or abortion:


Revelations on Abortion and Crib Death

spiritual revelations on abortion and miscarriageLania is like someone who rides the elevator to the top of a sixty-story building and enjoys a loftier vista than someone who observes a limited view from the second floor.

She explains why a short life may be all someone needs. When the use of that body is accomplished, the soul leaves.

Say there is a spirit who needs to briefly experience physicality in order to accomplish something. That spirit chooses a particular mother because of another agreement.

Before that woman took on a form, she selected lessons to learn.

Maybe an abortion was the only way to catalyze certain circumstances – guilt, fear, anger – in order to learn a particular lesson.


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