Nurturing starts in the womb

Nurturing starts in the womb

If the parents are in a foul mood, the baby is contaminated by this frequency and vibration in the womb and also feels awful.

If the parents are in a foul mood, the baby is contaminated by this frequency and vibration in the womb and also feels awful.

by Sherry Anshara — 

What an opportunity parents have the minute they know they are pregnant. Thank goodness for pregnancy tests. With this timely knowledge, parents can connect to their baby or babies from the very moment the test registers positive.

Do you know that the baby experiences everything the parents think, say and do, especially the mother? If the parents are in a foul mood, the baby is contaminated by this frequency and vibration in the womb and also feels awful. The parents’ fears and their traumas can be experienced by the baby.

When the parents are stressed, worried or fearful, whether it is expressed verbally or not, the baby ingests these fear-based frequencies into their cells. From the parents’ experiences and the interpretations of them, the baby memorizes the vibrations at the very moment the parents are traumatized.

Some of the stress that the parents have — real or not — is internalized by the fetus and embedded in the baby’s cellular level of consciousness. This becomes a strong foundation for many of the baby’s experiences later in life.

Remember, the baby does not understand the experience they are having. The parents set the tone for it. When the parents are joyful, happy and thrilled about being pregnant, the baby feels safe, loved and connected. When the parents are resentful, angry and overburdened, the baby feels that. Without a doubt, this is very confusing for the baby.

The baby carries these cellular memories from the womb to the tomb, unless they are addressed. However, they cannot be addressed strictly on an emotional level. The body had the experience, whether conscious or not; therefore, the physical and emotional issues must be addressed in the cellular memory.

More times than not, adult feelings of being abandoned, unloved, unwanted or disconnected began in the womb. Many emotional and physical issues actually began with the parents and were not necessarily transferred through genetics.

Having a conversation with your baby from the beginning of life in the womb will make a difference along his or her journey through life. It is more effective than the Mozart Effect. Having a clear, loving and connected conversation with the baby will embed at his or her cellular level the feelings of support and love, right from the get-go.

The baby does not have to carry the abandonment, victim, “poor me” and lack of support emotional issues so rampant on this planet. The baby does not have to recreate a version of the disconnection in his or her relationships. The adult does not have to go through life stuck in the womb of dysfunction, always seeking, wanting and needing love and approval from someone.

Parents, talk to your babies while still in the womb, tell them out loud in your wondrous voice that you are so glad the both of you get to be their parents. Welcome them into your life as a gift. Nurture them and tell them how excited you are to see through new eyes the value and worth of life.

Conversing with your baby is the equivalent of having a conversation with God. What would you like to say from the God within you to the God within your child? You will know what to say — listen to your heart and the words will come naturally.


Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, creator of the QuantumPathic® Energy Method and founder/president of the Blended Healthcare Consortium in Scottsdale, Ariz.,, or 480-609-0874.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 33, Number 6, December 2014/January 2015.


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