As a Mother, I have learned so much on my spiritual journey through the experience of carrying my child within my womb. As I began to awaken to a more spiritual way of living, the biggest part of my awakening process was becoming a mother. Now as I look back I see that my child did in fact help me by activating my DNA and helping to heal me on a cellular level. Before becoming pregnant with my child, I was living a very toxic and unhealthy lifestyle. I was into drugs and was very self indulgent, I drank monster energy drinks and ate mcdonalds, I chain smoked cigarettes. I was in a very low place, I had struggled with infertility (Go figure! with my lifestyle choices) and all I wanted was a baby to nurture and care for. Little did I know how much that was going to change my entire life and spiritual outlook. I had to have surgery to remove a cyst from my ovary and endometriosis, and as soon as I recovered from my surgery I was pregnant within the first month! I was so happy, and this set in motion many healthy lifestyle changes and it was a slow process. I made a few bad decisions as a new mother, including getting my child circumcised and vaccinated for the first few shots, but that was my journey. My child was sent here to teach me, and to teach me that its ok to make mistakes. Because everything is a part of the bigger plan. As a child is growing within the mother they can heal the mother and I will add an exerpt from an article on this subject. http://lauragraceweldon.com/2012/06/12/mother-child-are-linked-at-the-cellular-level/
Today is my youngest child’s birthday. As my mother used to tell me, we always carry our children in our hearts. I know this is true emotionally. Apparently it’s also true on the physical level.
Sometimes science is filled with transcendent meaning more beautiful than any poem. To me, this new research shows the poetry packed in the people all around us.
It’s now known that cells from a developing fetus cross the placenta, allowing the baby’s DNA to become part of the mother’s body. These fetal cells persist in a woman’s body into her old age. (If she has been pregnant with a male child it’s likely she’ll have some Y-chromosomes drifting around for a few decades too). This is true even if the baby she carried didn’t live to be born. The cells of that child stay with her, resonating in ways that mothers have known intuitively throughout time.
Fetal cells you contributed to your own mother may be found in her blood, bone marrow, skin, kidney, and liver. These fetal cells appear to “treat” her when she is ill or injured. Researchers have noticed the presence of these cells in women diagnosed with illnesses such as thyroid disease and hepatitis C. In one case, a woman stopped treatment against medical advice. A liver biopsy showed “thousands of male cells” determined to be from a pregnancy terminated nearly 20 years earlier. These cells helped her body recover just as fetal cells you gave your mother rush to help repair her from within when she’s unwell.
Fetal cells may influence a woman’s autoimmunity, although it’s not yet known if they are always beneficial. According to fascinating accounts in Do Chocolate Lovers Have Sweeter Babies?: The Surprising Science of Pregnancy, the more fetal cells there are in a woman’s body, the less likely she is to have conditions such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. That’s not always the case. It’s thought that sometimes a mother’s body may instead battle those cells, thus provoking autoimmune disorders. (Apparently family dynamics are complicated even at the cellular level.)
There’s evidence that fetal cells provide some protection against certain cancers. For example, they’re much more prevalent in the breast tissue of healthy women than in those with breast cancer. Fetal cells are less common in women who developed Alzheimer’s disease, suggesting they provide late-life protection. Fetal cells can contribute stem cells, generate new neurons in the mother’s brain, even help to heal her heart. Her heart!
Look around at your family. Any woman who has ever been pregnant, even if she miscarried so early she never knew she was with child, is likely to be a microchimera (a person who carries the cells of another person). Fetal cells have the imprint of her child’s father and his ancestry. Fetal cells can be shared from one pregnancy to another, meaning the cells of older siblings may float within younger siblings. These cells are another reminder of the ways we are connected in a holographic universe.
Overall, the presence of fetal cells in a woman’s body is associated with substantially improved longevity, with an overall mortality rate 60 percent lower than women whose bodies don’t contain such cells.
I’d like to think that my fetal cells helped my mother battle the congestive heart failure that eventually took her life. I like to consider that I carry within me my older sister’s fierce intelligence and that my talented younger brother benefits in some way from the cells of both his sisters. Knowing that I carry the cells of my four living children as well as babies I lost makes my heart ever more full on this special day.
We heal our mothers and our children heal us. Again poetry takes a back seat to nature’s awesome secrets.”
As you can see, the fetal cells are very powerful and can help heal the mother throughout her life long after the baby has been born. I know this is what happened in my life. Becoming pregnant set my life on the right path to develop my psychic gifts and to begin to learn about living a very natural lifestyle. Many years ago if you would have asked me about my future I would have never guessed it would turn out this way. Our babies are gifts and they heal us and teach us on many levels. As a soul is in the womb I believe it is in the 5th Dimension still, awaiting the decline in frequency to be born. They are very wise beings within the womb, and they send the mother intuitive guidance throughout the pregnancy. These babies are teaching the mother before even being born. If you really tune in as a pregnant mother, you can feel that childs high vibration and receive messages from the child. Some women call this “craving something” when in reality they are receiving divine guidance from their little one! The cycle of life is so amazing and science is only beginning to tap into the endless magic that is involved. Im so proud of being a mother and it has opened me up more to the spiritual world and taught me to nurture not only my child, but myself! Its a whole new take on “A Mothers’ Intuition.”