Now, let’s talk about “cellular memory”. Cells are the basic building blocks of life. Anything that is living is made up of cells – therefore rocks don’t have cells. Cells have a way of storing information. That’s how the body remembers how to transform a clump of cells that form the embryo or unborn baby into arms and legs that sprout from the right place in the body. This system of storing information is called cellular memory. Because of cellular memory there have been reports of people who receive transplanted organs experiencing flashes that are from the life of the donor, or sometimes waking up knowing things that only the donor could have known. Each cell of our bodies has access to all our thoughts and feelings. This is why our whole body reacts when it feels a stimulus through any of our physical senses of smell, taste, hearing, seeing and touching.
The baby has a cell from the father and one from the mother, this creates the most basic communication bridge between it and it’s parents. The communication link is stronger with the mother because she acts as host to the embryo during gestation and therefore the unborn child “feels” all her emotions. For many months after birth this contact is maintained. It is the reason why the child can recognize it’s mother without using any of the physical senses – it feels the familiarity of her vibration and knows her because of it.
The unborn child and the newly born child can read our worry and our joy. I believe that those two categories are the only ones a child uses to gauge it’s own wellbeing.