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Cellular Memory

When we as soul/spirit first penetrate the third dimensional realm at the time of our conception we pick up a particular set of feeling and emotional patterns. These emotional focuses have been chosen by us between lifetimes for the purpose of soul growth. With much counseling and guidance we each decide what issues we want to work on in a given lifetime based on what we have experienced in past lives and what we feel on a soul level is needed to round out our spiritual evolvement from the soul's perspective.

The baby has its own unique disposition from the moment that it is conceived. It will attract the feelings and emotions from mother that mirror its own feeling and emotional needs as defined by the soul. These feelings are retained in the infant's non-verbal cellular memory.

If mother feels fear and the fetus is programed to accept fear then the baby begins to sense mother's fear in its own physical body. And, since the fetus has no ability to complete these feelings it must store them in its body, most often in the same manner or pattern that mother stores her unresolved feelings.

These feelings and emotions are stored in the body of the fetus at the cellular level. During this time in the development of the fetus, the storage of mother's feelings and emotions on the cellular level become etched on the mental body of the fetus. These feelings and emotions are osmotic feelings because they were cellularly programed into the fetus' cells through osmosis. They are vibrationally imprinted onto the fetus and it will continue to store mother's feelings and emotions as its own feelings and emotions for the remainder of the lifetime, unless consciously reprogrammed. The fetus has no other choice. The adult can consciously change what has been patterned since before birth.


Cake Stand Inn

EDWARD RICE
Journey Into Self

Santa Fe, New Mexico

1-505-404-0718
1-732-597-5954

e-mail: erice132@aol.com
www.edwardrice.com