The Secret Life of the Expectant Mother: Nine Months of Mysterious Intuitions and Heightened Perceptions

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 196 pages
Whether we call it instinct, an inner sense, gut feeling, ESP, or hunches, the expectant mother's intuition is legendary It has guided health professionals, announced conceptions, named babies, planned births, inspired dramatic life changes, and saved lives The miracle of creating life can make the expectant mother privy to an awareness larger than the persona self, reaching to all life and the universe beyond.

The Secret Life of the Expectant Mother presents compelling stories of pregnant women who have a sense of communication with their unborn child, insights into the child's characteristics or sex, lifesaving flashes about medical complications not yet detected by doctors, and dreams that foreshadow the future.

Readers will find that by examining the expectant mother's intuition, they can learn to strengthen their own intuition -- even if they have never had an ESP experience The book contains dozens of practical exercises designed to develop intuition to strengthen the parent-child bond.

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The best-selling author of a number of books on childbirth (e.g., Illustrated Dictionary of Pregnancy & Childbirth, S. & S., 1991), Jones once again takes a holistic and spiritual approach to ... Read full review


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