MY DOMINANT THOUGHTS

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DOMINANT THOUGHTS OR COMMENTS MADE DURING PREGNANCY
OR BY PARENT(S) AT ONE'S BIRTH
MAY HAVE LASTING EFFECTS ON THE PERSONALITY

A NORMAL PREGNANCY

"Mary would have had a 'normal' pregnancy.  There would have been no abuses heaped upon that tiny growing baby within her by a thoughtless mother who deprived the baby of its needed nourishments.  No smoking, no excessive use of stimulants or depressants, no careless accidents which could cause injury, no violent emotional upsets, or loud screaming, unhealthy family environment" 
The Real Jesus: Jesus' Childhood, Education and Early Life By Garner Ted Armstrong

 

ACTIVITIES: PREGNANT/PARENTING

 

[_] READ BOOK(S) STUDIED ABOUT:
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[_] WATCHED MEDIA PROGRAM(S) ABOUT:
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[_] VISITED: 
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[_] SPENT TIME DOING:
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A MOMENT OF REFLECTION
TODAY WHEN I THINK ABOUT:
THE SACREDNESS OF THE WOMB AND A NORMAL PREGNANCY

I BECOME ... 

  • [_] Afraid
  • [_] Angry
  • [_] Bored
  • [_] Depressed
  • [_] Excited
  • [_] Happy
  • [_] Hopeful
  • [_] Overwhelmed
  • [_] Peaceful
  • [_] Prepared
  • [_] Sad
  • [_] Satisfied
  • [_] Unconcerned
  • [_] Uninterested
  • [_] Unsure
  • [_] Other: _______

 

[_] THE REASON(S) I BECOME THIS WAY IS BECAUSE:
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[_] EXPECTATIONS:
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[_] QUESTIONS/COMMENTS:
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PROGRESS NOTES:

[_] 2 THINGS THAT I LEARNED ABOUT AND USED THAT WENT WELL ARE:
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[_] 1 THING THAT I WILL DO DIFFERENTLY NEXT TIME IS:
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ABOUT THE TECHNIQUES LEARNED THIS WEEK. THEIR USEFULNESS AND PRACTICALITY 
  

CAN BABY LEARN WHILE IN THE WOMB?

The research seems to point in that direction. In terms of mental health, this may be a clue to psychological issues adults exhibit. Hormones known as cytokines are produced and the mother’s immune system is affected, including her child’s. Chronic anxiety in the mother can set the stage for a whole array of trauma based results such as prematurity, complications of birth, death, and miscarriage. The opposite is also true.

When the mother is feeling healthy and happy, she produces oxytocin. This is often called the molecule of belonging. The presence of this component creates feelings of bonding and strengthens immunity in the baby. Neurotransmitters moving inside the mother’s body creates a chemical and physical imprint on the baby’s brain and body. The message imprinted is that there is safety and peace. The baby feels secure and taken care of.

There is a growing body of research showing that babies in the womb feel, taste, learn, and have some level of consciousness. One study had babies in the womb receiving “vibroacoustic stimulation” (Gonzalez-Gonzalez et al., 2006). That is a fancy way of saying sound waves were transmitted.

POSSIBLE COMMENTS/ACTIVITIES DURING PREGNANCY & BIRTH MAY HAVE LASTING EFFECTS ON PERSONALITY

  • [_] “Don’t waste too much time, I don’t think he/she is worth it” .....Overachiever
  • [_] “If during time of emergency baby is put aside, left alone, & family is upset with mother for taking a chance giving birth …..Wondering if he/she belongs, always trying to find one’s place, not sure where one fits in.
  • [_] “We really wanted a boy (or a girl) this time” .......Distrust of any demonstration of appreciation, trouble accepting complements.
  • [_] “We have too many children already, now here’s another one” .......Always feeling rejected
  • [_] “So you’re the little booger that caused mama all this trouble” ......Guilt, shame
  • [_] “I really don’t want you, you’re funny looking” .......Dislike for parent, difficult parent-child relationship, dislike for self
  • [_] “You’re so beautiful, you’re perfect in every way!” .......Feels secure, feels good about self
  • [_] Mother is really happy, excited to see baby, says nice things ......Feels everything is all right with the world
  • [_] Father is agreeable, smiling, and showing baby off ......Feels pleasure, feels perfect, and secure

REMEMBERING MY OWN STORY: THINGS THAT WERE SAID ABOUT ME

“When my mother was carrying me in her womb, she expressed that her dominant thoughts about me were:

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CREATING MY CHILD'S STORY:

THINGS THAT WERE SAID WHEN THIS CHILD WAS IN THE WOMB:

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STORY OF A LIFETIME WHAT DOES YOUR CHILD'S NAME MEAN? Which occupation groups are best suited for their character and passions? Life Purpose: Date of Birth: __/__/____ and Destiny/Occupation:

Full Birth Name:

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1st:      

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Middle:

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Last:    

  • A1 J1 S1
  • B2 K2 T2
  • C3 L3 U3
  • D4 M4 V4
  • E5 N5 W5
  • F6 O6 X6
  • G7 P7 Y7
  • H8 Q8 Z8
  • I9 R9

Use the math to learn more about each of your children. Let "Knowledge Of Self" be an assignment of self-discovery and development. It may be fun for them to remember why they showed up in this lifetime and if they are using their strengths or being led by their own weaknesses.

CLICK ON THESE LINKS

SOCIALIZING OUR YOUTH, CHANGING BEHAVIORS, 7 GENERATIONS Acknowledging That We Are The Past, Present, & Future

EMOTIONAL TRAUMA IN THE WOMB  By Samuel Lopez De Victoria, PH.D. Christian Northrup (2005)

MEMORIES PASSED DOWN THROUGH GENERATIONS 

MOTHER'S COUNTING ON PREGNANCY Pre-Birth Parenting Education
By L'dia Men-Na'a

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