Abortion/Miscarriage Trauma Release Process

There are two basic aspects to this subject. The first is obvious, the second not.

The first, of course, has to due with the emotional issues attached to or accompanying either one of these events. Miscarriages carry some degree of emotional weight on both parents but, of course, with the mother in particular. Depending upon the mother’s desire to have the child, the length of term at the time of miscarriage and her emotional attachment to it, can all be factors contributing to difficult feelings and emotions.

Abortions, on the other hand, may be even more highly laden with emotions—ranging anywhere from relief to extreme guilt, or a combination of feelings and emotions falling within this spectrum. Regardless there are often issues of stress and trauma to deal with either one of these unfortunate situations that deserve to be addressed by Neuro-Genix Processing.

However, there is another aspect that few have considered. As a result of our clinical work at Neuro-Genix in which we often find ourselves working with fetuses in the womb, or more precisely, the spirits of fetuses in the womb, we have learned some important details on this subject.

First is that there is indeed a spirit associated with the fetus but that it does not enter the fetus at conception. And though the fetal heartbeat begins at about 3 weeks of gestation, the spirit does not enter the fetus until shortly after the first trimester of pregnancy (about 13-15 weeks of gestation). It is at this point that the mother first feels fetal movement, also sometimes known as or termed the “quickening.”

Entering the fetus in the womb is the very first experience the spirit has with the mortal, physical world and it is a bit daunting. The fetus is the physical body to which this spirit is assigned and it is from this point on that the combination of fetal body and its assigned spirit constitutes a human being. It has not been nor ever will be assigned to another physical fetus and these spirits do not arrive with any previous “physical” experience.

The spirit comes from a realm of light and is permitted to come and go within the fetus in the womb for about four weeks, after that it is totally bound to the fetus in the womb.

Any termination of the physical life of the fetus for whatever reason results in the release of the spirit from the fetal body into the realm of spirits that we know as death. However, just as for all humans who die the spirit of the dead fetus continues to be aware and to dwell in this realm of the dead.

And, just as with other spirits of the dead, the spirit of the fetus resides in this realm with feelings and emotions like other humans but without the benefit of the experiences of being born as a child and all the other learning experiences that most people have and carry with them after death. As result of this abbreviated experience of the physical world they typically feel shortchanged and highly disappointed. They may also harbor ill feelings towards anyone they considered as having contributed to their shortened experience with the physical world—an experience and course of learning regarded by the spirit as an important step in their divinely intended eternal progression. Their feelings toward their biological parents are often very poignant and acute.

Since most people lack this knowledge and understanding they often make decisions without adequate knowledge of the consequences. It may also be important to understand that the spirits that come to mortality are either male or female. All gender contradictions and confusion here result from mortal environmental conditions, biological and cultural which are imposed upon the spirit but do not change its gender.

The idea that society can change the basic rules of the game are ill-conceived. It is already apparent to the world of science that gender confusion has many negative neurological and emotional effects that result in high rates of mental disturbance and suicide. There are also downstream generational effects that can be shown to result from confusion and compounds of gender role identity. Current attempts by society to enlarge the spectrum of gender choices and their acceptance in our culture are in contradiction of an universal order that carries unavoidable consequences. Indeed, ours is a society that, with the help of sophistries and technology, is striving assiduously to enlarge the gap between cause and effect, such that we lose track of consequences. Nevertheless, as the time always comes when the cause-and-effect piper must be paid our work serves to make an otherwise hard landing a little easier.