Stories of the Unborn Soul: the mystery and delight of Pre-Birth Communication
A breathtaking voyage to the frontiers of life! True stories from parents and others reveal an awe-inspiring phenomenon. Children-to-be reach out to their future parents in many ways, even giving help and guidance on the journey to birth. These illuminating stories of contact before birth-and before conception-cast a new light on everything from parenthood, soul agreements, and life planning, to the unsuspected role of grandparents in the soul world. Including accounts from people who actually remember their pre-birth existence, this book may change the way you look at yourself, your family, and life itself.
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