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    You are in the womb awaiting your upcoming life. How will you make your choices in life? Will it be due to something you see? Or the words you hear others saying?

    Will they be eager to see you? What do they say to one another about you? This is a time that they are helping you decide about a lifetime of choices, choices that will guide you or misguide you.

    You need a parent or parents to help you learn these lessons, though, they may not be the ones who will make you happy or create comfort. Who will be a mother to you? Who will be a father to you?

    You have nothing to say about your physical being, as there may have be limitations due to the care received while you were developing. Are you looking forward to this moment or dreading moving into a new place.

    Finally you are born. What does your mother say? How does she respond to you? Do you feel wanted and treasured? Do you feel bonding with your mother? And if your father is here, how does he feel about you? Is it a safe place in this new world?

    What have you learned from your experiences in the uterus and the actual birth process that will set a pattern of habits that you may forward into your life?

    Experiences in utero have a significant long term effect. These experiences become deeply embedded within you. En utero you assimilate emotions and begin to form a pattern of responses that initiate the direction of your life and initiate your basic pattern or script by which you function as an adult.

    To get a better understanding of your life, you need to realize that this a critical period, the exceptional period of the prenatal infant. An unborn child is surrounded by and unable to escape from the emotional energy of his or her mother and any present significant other.

    In utero, you live within your mother. She is your atmosphere. Her physical state and emotional being are experienced as your own. You have not established your own identity that distinguishes you from her. This time before birth is even more noteworthy as it occurs prior to verbalization, thoughts or memory skills.

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