A Precious Resource for Expectant Parents

Many parents report a “sensing” of the spirit of their child that begins very early in the pregnancy, sometimes at the moment of conception or even before. Parents are aware that this is a spiritual being as well as a material one, but don’t often give much weight to the invisible aspects of the child growing within the mother’s body. Communing With the Spirit of Your Unborn Child puts parents in touch with the soul of their unborn child. It outlines a series of exercises that develop their ability to tune in to the developing being, and connect on deep and intuitive levels with the child.

Communing With the Spirit of Your Unborn Child presents a comprehensive yet simple series of exercises to put parents solidly in touch with the baby’s energy. Using them, the parents begin to flesh out an in-depth relationship with the child long before it’s born, leading to bonding — and often, to an easier birth experience.

Communing With the Spirit of Your Unborn Child is also an inspirational book. With lyrical prose, it sets forth the mission of the babies that are being born today, the vanguard of a generation of people that will bring great changes to society. This new gift edition is completely updated and revised, with a handsome interior layout, and adorned with many beautiful photos and illustrations. It speaks to a new generation of parents who are more spiritually aware than ever before.

“I read Communing With the Spirit of Your Unborn Child 15 years ago when I was pregnant with my beautiful daughter. I felt like I’d struck gold when I picked up your book and received the confirmation from someone else that knew the power of such a bond. It became my bible for the rest of my pregnancy — I think I read it about 5 times! It was comforting to receiving outer affirmation where others, at the time, were not so receptive to something that sounded very ‘out there.’ I have no doubt the bond begun when she was in utero enabled the healing within myself that enabled me to be the mother I could be and have become.”

— Wendy Carson
Leeds, England