They are from some research I did a decade ago from books such as Life Before Life and  Voices from the Womb, as well as Dr. Thomas Verney’s, The Secret Life of the Unborn Child.  These are all based on regressing people into the womb to find out their experience.  They found a consciousness aware back to the earliest periods of physical life, and before.

I am a sphere, a ball… I am hollow, I have no arms, no legs, no teeth, I feel no front or back, up or down.  I float, I fly, I spin.  Sensations come from everywhere.  It is as though I am a spherical eye.

a recollection of the womb experience

“The unborn child is a feeling, remembering, aware being, and because he is, what happen to him… in the nine months between conception and birth molds and shapes personality, drives and ambitions in very important ways.” Dr. Thomas Verney’s books- The Secret Life of the Unborn Child

”I feel as though a cosmic particle of light.

I am coming into awareness, a limitless spark of life within infinite potential.”

I was a spark like an electron just before conception began.  My awareness is all compacted into this tiny spark.  Now, later, the cells multiply more and more, I sense myself slowly becoming physical.  Soft white light is spreading into all my cells.


My cells increase, and each time I feel a charge of more energy.  Isense myself growing and changing – it feels strange and magical.  I am slowly forming adn becoming something.  I can feel my spine developing.

…It’s overwhelming! My mom is eager to see me and she wants me very much. Her immense love makes me feel good.

…My mama is joyful.  We feel deeply connected.  I grow out like a balloon expanding as I happily float inside her.  It is not dark. There is an inner light that makes me happy inside her.

…My mother feels insecure. She is not sure.  She feels stressed out and overloaded.  So I doubt myself.  Should I be here?  Has there been a mistake?  I absorb my mothers feelings.


Part of my perspective is that simply having abortion legal, as an option to be continually considered by parents-  I believe this thought in a parent causes great stress and psychological damage in an unborn child.


…And yet, I said, all these are as nothing either in number or greatness in comparison with those other recompenses which await both just and unjust after death. And you ought to hear them, and then both just and unjust will have received from us a full payment of the debt which the argument owes to them.

Speak, he said; there are few things which I would more gladly hear.

Well, I said, I will tell you a tale; it is a tale of a hero, Er the son of Armenius… He was slain in battle, and ten days afterward, when the bodies of the dead were taken up already in a state of corruption, his body was found unaffected by decay, and carried away home to be buried. And on the twelfth day, as he was lying on the funeral pyre, he returned to life and told them what he had seen in the other world. He said that when his soul left the body he went on a journey with a great company, and that they came to a mysterious place at which there were two openings in the earth; they were near together, and over against them were two other openings in the heaven above.

In the intermediate space there were judges seated, who commanded the just, after they had given judgment on them and had bound their sentences in front of them, to ascend by the heavenly way on the right hand; and in like manner the unjust were bidden by them to descend by the lower way on the left hand; these also bore the symbols of their deeds, but fastened on their backs. He drew near, and they told him that he was to be the messenger who would carry the report of the other world to them, and they bade him hear and see all that was to be heard and seen in that place.

Then he beheld and saw on one side the souls departing at either opening of heaven and earth when sentence had been given on them; and at the two other openings other souls, some ascending out of the earth dusty and worn with travel, some descending out of heaven clean and bright. And arriving ever and anon they seemed to have come from a long journey, and they went forth with gladness into the meadow, where they encamped as at a festival; and those who knew one another embraced and conversed, the souls which came from earth curiously inquiring about the things above, and the souls which came from heaven about the things beneath. And they told one another of what had happened by the way, those from below weeping and sorrowing at the remembrance of the things which they had endured and seen in their journey beneath the earth… while those from above were describing heavenly delights and visions of inconceivable beauty.

The story, Glaucon, would take too long to tell; but the sum was this: He said that for every wrong which they had done to anyone they suffered tenfold; or once in a hundred years–such being reckoned to be the length of man’s life, and the penalty being thus paid ten times in a thousand years. If, for example, there were any who had been the cause of many deaths, or had betrayed or enslaved cities or armies, or been guilty of any other evil behavior, for each and all of their offences they received punishment ten times over, and the rewards of beneficence and justice and holiness were in the same proportion.


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