Based on the report of our clients and in our experience while regressing them, we have concluded that the fetus can recall the events even before the development of its body and the brain because they are recorded in the consciousness of the soul. The consciousness of the soul records all the experiences of the fetus whilst in the mother’s womb. The fetus also feels and records all the experiences, thoughts, and feelings of the mother as its own. In addition to this, the fetus also perceives the external environment just as we do.
The memories, experiences, and traumas from conception till birth can also trigger memories of traumatic experiences in past lives. These are often the problems that we need to resolve in this life. As a result of this, many of our personality traits and physical and emotional problems can be traced to experiences that we had while in the mother’s womb and also during the process of giving birth. Many emotional and physical problems, such as feelings of loss, alienation, rejection, loneliness, grief, relationship problems, separation anxiety, panic attacks, depression, claustrophobia, paranoia, asthma, headaches, and sinus problems, can be traced back to the traumas surrounding birth. Birth trauma need not be only of this life. Birth traumas are carried from all the previous lives stretching back the very beginning of the soul when it started its journey of incarnation cycles.
Thomas Verney, M.D., is a psychiatrist who has recognized the influence of prenatal and birth experience in his own work. He has also reported on the research of other investigators in his book, ‘The Secret Life of the unborn Child’. His conclusions are:
a) The fetus can see, hear, experience, taste, learn and feel while in the mother’s womb.
b) The fetus not only feels but also responds to the mother’s thoughts, to her feelings, and to music. Some of Verney’s observations are:
“An unborn child grows emotionally agitated (as measured by the quickening of his heartbeat) each time his mother thinks of having a cigarette. ”
“The unborn also has differential responses to music. In one experiement, music by Vivaldi and Mozart quieted the unborn; Brahms, Bethoven, and rock provoked violent kicking.”
“The mother’s emotional states of ambivalence, acceptance of responsibility, or anxiety apparently influenced the health of the fetus and the newborn.”
Once we know that the fetus in the womb feels and records all the feelings, thoughts, and experiences of the mother as its own, we will all look differently at the way parenting should be done. Parents can now communicate with their babies even before they are born and welcome them with messages of love. They can provide the spiritual education while their babies are still in the womb and also can continue to educate the babies about the spiritual reality, even after the birth as they grow into adulthood. In ancient Hindu literature, we have examples of Prahalada and Abhimanyu. Both of them had received spiritual education while they were still in their mothers’ wombs. This shows us that pre-birth communication was practiced since ancient times.