Posted on July 17, 2017 by Marie
well befriended couple were expecting
their first child. When I recently was
visiting them, they shyly asked me if
maybe I could let the baby talk to me
telepathically. We took the computer
at hand, and holding the hand of the
mother we started with a general
“Little child, is there something you want to say ?” The baby seized this opportunity to transmit wishes, preferences and good advice.
- “I want to dance a little to
beautiful music with my mom, now and
also after I’m born.
And with dad I want to babble and laugh later on.
And when dad is telling things that aren’t true then sometimes it will confuse me because I tend to believe everything he says, so it’s well possible he only tells things that are true, because otherwise I have to learn to think critically much too soon and that’s difficult, also for you but also for me.
If mom says she loves me and that she’s happy with me, and later on that I’m so beautiful, then it makes me happy and calm.”
In a telepathic contact with an unborn I
often feel if it’s a boy or a girl right
away (and usually I’m right!), but now I
couldn’t decide what it was. As if the
baby wanted to keep it a secret….
Then mom asked a question about ultrasounds (the first one – in week 8 – was already behind them), what it feels like for a baby and if everything was alright ? If the baby wishes to say anything about it.
- “Mom shouldn’t worry about me, just
be happy with me, and trust that
everything is running perfectly and
will be also perfect.
Ultrasounds are not so nice, it creates a certain irritant electrical feeling inside all of me and I’d rather escape from it, but I’m glad mom saw me.”
The parents were somewhat shocked about the ultrasound being so unbearable, and immediately planned to cancel the coming ultrasounds. “But when I’m 20 weeks pregnant, I’ll have one to know if you’re a boy or a girl”, mom said.
In the end mom and dad asked the baby
what it felt like about home birth. The
little one immediately had a witty reply
-“My mom is the only thing I need [to be born], and someone to catch me. All those people in hospital are far too hasty and think much too soon that things should be done differently.”