At this point we need to ask ourselves – does the baby even have a consciousness while still in the womb or understanding enough to be able to answer questions? How do we know it is actually the baby that we are talking to?
The honest answer is – I don't know, but read on and you can make up your mind from there.
What I do know is that, during therapy, I can talk directly to the subconscious mind and it often talks back to me. This usually happens through finger signals that are outside conscious control – one finger for Yes and one finger for No. Sometimes there are other ways for the subconscious to signal its answers, but finger signals are the most common.
I know from a lot of experience that I am speaking to a part of my client's mind that is intelligent, creative and emotional and who knows things that perhaps the client is not aware of. I know this because every day I see significant emotional, psychological or behavioural changes in my clients as a result of these conversations. These are changes that they could not make on their own without my mediation.
Now while you're pregnant your baby is very much a dependant part of you, the mother, and so it makes perfect sense to me that your baby is very much part of your subconscious mind connected to you in ways that are hard to fathom, and so why would we not be able to communicate with it?
During my first experience of this, I went into the session intending to make contact with the Mum's subconscious using the subconscious hand signals and then ask her mind if she could hand over to the baby or act as an interpreter. As I asked for a signal for Yes, Mum became aware of the colour green behind her eyes and the baby started kicking. I wondered if the green was a Yes signal, so I asked for a signal for No and the green changed to grey. I bounced back and forth and sure enough the colour green was Yes and colour grey was No, so I asked Mum to just tell me the colour each time I asked a question. They already knew it was a boy so that was not a question to ask.
The baby told us that:
He was very comfortable
He was not looking forward to coming out so I gave him some positive suggestions to ease that disquiet.
He was looking forward to meeting his parents.
He was more aware of Mum than Dad (which was not a surprise).
I then set it up so that Mum and Dad could talk to him the same way without me being there as I thought they would be more comfortable and less self-conscious getting soppy without me.
The baby was kicking throughout the conversation apparently and Mum felt more connected to him than ever afterwards.
Maybe you've got some questions that you would like to ask your baby in advance such as:
What colour it would like the nursery to be or run your name choices by it.
Maybe you'd like to find out if your baby has lived before or if you knew it in a past life.
Maybe you would just like to learn how to build a stronger connection for the rest of your pregnancy and develop the ability to chat with your baby from time to time.
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