Going Back to the Womb
Time spent in the womb before birth is very important. Exploring this deeply through regression therapy can be very beneficial and healing. I will take you back in time to the early moments of your conception. You'll have the opportunity to see what you saw then + feel how you felt in your mother's womb.
Based on the reports of clients while regressing them, we now know 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 subconscious mind). The consciousness of the soul records all the experiences of the fetus while 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.
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.
The fetus learns + feels while in the mother’s womb
The fetus not only feels but also responds to the mother’s thoughts, to her feelings, and to music as well as others around him/her.
In addition, the fetus is also aware of fathers thoughts and feelings.
Now that 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 things we know our babies need while they are still in the womb.
Using regression, we are able to help the individual to recall, relive, release, and resolve the prenatal and birth traumas which are the root causes of emotional, physical, and personality problems.
Some of the questions a client could receive answers to include:
How does it feel to be in your mother’s womb?
Can you feel or hear your mother’s heartbeat?
How does your mom feel about being pregnant?
What is your purpose in this life?
Why are you coming to be born?
How do you feel about being born?
Do you have a sense of your dad’s presence?
How much energy did you bring with you?