Memories start in the womb

Feb 9, 2010   //   by Steve Wooding   //   Food For Thought  //  No Comments

Research published last year and summarised in this article in the latest issue of Scientific American Mind shows that developing babies begin forming memories before they’re born, including voices, music and even threatning vs. safe noises. This supports what many therapists and other personal development specialists have suspected for years – that even our pre-birth womb experiences shape our post-birth lives.

Makes you think…

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