Every mother wants to be able to connect with fetus within her womb.
She wants to know how her child feels within the womb, what it sees, what it likesand dislikes.
She wants to know what she can do to make the experience with in the womb as pleasant and healthy as possible.
Life within the womb is similar to that in the outside world in that knowledge of one's surroundings is gathered and stored via the five senses which begin to develop in a fetus at a very early stage.
The sense of touch is already felt in the most sensitive areas of the baby, i.e. the cheeks, genitals, and palms, from week 10.
Taste buds are already mature by week 15 with studies showing that a fetus's swallowing increasing when surrounded by sweet tastes and decreasing with bitter and sour tastes in the amniotic fluids.
The sense of sight is fully developed by week 26 when the eye lids open but as early as week 18 the fetus can detect strong sunlight through its closed eyelids and the mother's tissu es.
The fetus's nose and the sense of smell develop between the 11th and 15th week. The baby gathers information through its smell sense when the amniotic fluid passes through the fetus's nose and mouth. This recognition of smell is what allows newborns to be drawn to the odor of breast milk.
However it is the sense of hearing that serves as the baby's major information channel.
Although the ability to hear begins as early as week 18, the fetus actually begins to recognize it's mother's voice by week 25.
It has been shown that a baby's heart beat
often slows down when it hears it's mother speaking suggesting that not only does the
fetus hear it's mother but is calmed by her voice.
The fetus begins to recognize other voices around week 27 and responds to those voices or other noise through movement.
In my channeling the fetus sessions I have noticed that most of the messages I receive from the fetus relates to an audio connection with the mother / family.
The fetus knows what it prefers to hear or nothear. For example, different babies like different types of music.
An overly active fetus relayed to me that it needed calming music to be able to relax while a happy fetus wanted fast music like her father liked. Babies with siblings thoroughly enjoy the story hour in which a book is read. It makes them feel connected to their sibling.
Others enjoy their mother's laughing and how it makes them jiggle up and down. Sometimes babies stop when their father arrives so that they can concentrate on their energy and sometimes make somersaults due to their
My greatest advice to an expectant mother trying to connect with her baby is to pay close attention to the fetus's movement with different outside stimuli.
How does the baby react when its father or siblings arrive? What mood does it get into with
different types of music? When does it seem to
be most excited or relaxed?
Achieving a connection with one's child is what every mother strives for throughout
her child's life.
Channeling the fetus provides the mothers with a stronger understanding of her child, her relationship with him and his role in life.
The ability to connect while still in the fetus stage is an exciting experience for both parties that creates a sense of calmness and confidence allowing the mother to guide the child through the birthing process and creates a stronger initial contact that will continue throughout infancy.
Connecting with the fetus is an exciting tool that springs a strong relationship during this special time.
Noa Gal Efron is a healer and a channeler. She works with the Teta Healing Method. The experience of Fetus channeling can be done via appointment or through the phone: 054-244-3488 / 04-9531370
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