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Tony Crisp

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Hello! I am amazed to have found this page.
I very vividly remember leaving heaven and entering my mom’s womb.
I can remember that I begged to stay where I was. I was highly upset and devastated that I had to come to earth.

I had no choice of my life that I would be living in. All I knew was that it would be very sad all throughout my life here…which has been true.I am 49 now.

I was told that I’d “get it right this time” and I questioned “HOW” would that be possible if I wouldn’t remember anything. So I was given a very vivid memory of my prebirth experience and my time in the womb and entering the womb.

I’d sure LOVE to hear from others who remember.
Penny Vlahon email is [email protected]

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Penny – Wonderful to hear from you; I too had a hard time wanting to be born and even being born. But my experience was very different from your – I guess we are all unique. What I recall from that early period after birth — recall and put into words by my adult self — is of being afraid I could not survive because I was born prematurely and in this new environment. At the time of my birth there were no intensive care units to plug my tiny body into a drip feed or oxygen tent, or an incubator to keep me warm. Neither were there antibiotics to help fight the deadly diseases so many infants and children of the time were laid low by. At that time – 1937 -  premature babies were very likely to die.

So I couldn’t breathe easily.  I couldn’t digest easily, because my body hadn’t developed the necessary functions, and I was deeply anxious about the strange sounds around me.  A tremendous feeling response took place in my tiny self.  As an adult we would call this a decision.  But in my infant self it had nothing to do with thinking or analysing.  It was a total feeling and fear response.  It was a rejection of life.  A turning away from scrambling, struggling, for survival.  I didn’t want to be in the world.  I wanted to remain in the egg! See https://dreamhawk.com/pregnancy-childbirth/lumpkin-the-baby-who-became-tony/

There are more features in https://dreamhawk.com/pregnancy-childbirth/

I hope you will get others responding to you. I will put your letter in the Forum section for many, many more people will see it so there is more change of people responding.

Of course there is every chance you will “get it right this time”. I managed to scramble through the difficulties. So maybe see https://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/opening-to-life/ and https://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/features-found-on-site-2/

Tony