ANOTHER LIFE IN UTERO

Neuroscience is finally catching up with what we have already intuitively known about how we develop in the womb before we are born.  Continue reading

BABY'S FIRST CONNECTIONS

  At the time of conception, when the sperm hits the egg, a fully conscious human being begins to develop in the womb. Each cell and each group of cells know what they are supposed to be and how they are supposed to work together. The intelligence and intellect of the cells, molecules and particles are in unison as the baby or babies develop. When the mother and father understand from the beginning of this new life that a fully conscious being is developing through this union of their biology, genetics, and belief systems, they immediately can begin to communicate with their baby or babies. The life of their offspring is influenced by their actions, their behaviors, their experiences, their thoughts, their ideas, their words, their language, and even their belief systems. With this knowledge, they can communicate in very real and powerful ways from the beginning of the baby’s life or babies’ lives. Through the conscious connections and clear communications between the parents and baby or babies, there are simply no words that can describe this journey for a family. Yet, I have witnessed, over and over again, deep bonds as the baby and the parents grow together from the womb into this world. Continue reading

Fetuses in Womb Can Recognize Face-Like Patterns

What is one of the first things that you do when you see a young baby?  You generally make silly faces.  It’s a fact that babies are highly attracted to people’s faces.  But, groundbreaking research is now suggesting that ‘fetuses in the womb’ may also be attracted to faces.   Continue reading

Our Parents' Lifestyles Influenced Our Health, Even Before We Were Born

  Over the past decade or so, so much has been learned about the fact that we lived Conscious Lives within our Mothers' Wombs, developing relationships with our parents and their lives before we were born.  Science has also evolved in the understanding of how the genetics of our parents and their ancestry lines can affect us.  So many of these genetic and behavioral factors have participated in creating who we are today. But did you know that...  Not only are We What WE Eat... but We also are What our PARENTS Ate, even before We were Conceived? Think about the ramifications of this new understanding. Continue reading

Ultrasound...Is it Ultra-Safe?

              For many parents, few modern day thrills surpass monitoring the newest member of the family via Ultrasound prior to their scheduled arrival. Social media is awash with screen shots of parents’ pride and joy making appearances, in utero, from all corners of the globe. The question arises, is this overexposure stemming from being overjoyed or is it just a trend with (limited) benefits? Continue reading

Conscious Evolution of Love

Every mother since the dawn of time carried, along with her infant, the story of their birth. Until recent times, however, the sharing of that event was often overlooked, underplayed or talked around. Gratefully, by the late 20th century, many American children felt the freedom to ask of their parents, “Tell me about the day I was born.” The interest in and relevance of that event to the youngest among us was an indicator of a growing awareness; how our birth-into-being enhances the connection to one another and to our own self-realization. Continue reading

Maltreatment Can Affect Gene Activation

Scientists have known that when children are maltreated or neglected early in life, they can develop many emotional and health problems. Continue reading

Recognition from the Womb

We humans are NOT the only species that can recognize voices and individuals from the womb! Continue reading

Inheritance from Mom

Did you know that many of your behaviors were inherited from your mother? They are "imprints"… imprinted from YOUR experiences in your mother's womb. And 3+ decades of perinatal and prenatal research prove it. The period between shortly-before-conception to after-birth shapes our mental, emotional, physical, and behavioral patterns for life. Continue reading

PostPartum Depression Among New Mothers

Studies are discovering that postpartum depression is more widespread than originally thought. Continue reading