Since reading “Parenting Begins Before Conception” years ago and interviewing the author, I have really been contemplating pre-prenatal psychology.
Do our babies communicate with us before they are conceived?
I have read countless stories about parents receiving communication through dreams and feelings from their soon to be conceived baby.
I personally have felt these types of communications. I was house sitting for this glorious house with a huge backyard. I was inside and the dogs (mine and the house’s) were outside. They started to bark nonstop, so I finally got off of my butt (I was watching project runway) and see what they could possibly be barking at. When I got outside there was a stork in the yard that was well over four feet tall staring at me. I got chills through my body as the human sized bird kept looking at me for at least 2 minutes. He then spread his huge wings and slowly became airborne. That weekend I began the book that would end up becoming this website. We knew we needed to begin preparing for our child to come, even if it was months or years away. But it felt very good and very ethereal.
I have found that I am not the only one who has had these types of “messages” I stumbled upon the website Birth Psychology.
The description from the website says it best:
“Within this site many doorways open to reveal the rich dimensions of a new psychology of consciousness applied to pregnancy and birth. You will find sections revealing the secrets of life before birth, the psychological drama that unfolds during birth for babies, parents, and caregivers, the bitter realities of birth trauma, and innovative ways to prevent or resolve these traumas.”
There are many families that understand pre-conception communication in all sorts of ways.