Author(s): Thomas R. Verny
"A startling account of recent work in this field...timely, balanced, useful." --R.D. Laing
What will your child remember about life before birth?
For a renowned conductor, it's the music his mother played--only during her pregnancy
For an autistic girl, unable to speak her native French, it's the English that her mother spoke--three months before she was born
For others, it's the sound of a voice, the murmur of a beating heart, the glare of lights in a hospital delivery room. Memories that may be comforting--or terrifying.
Long before they're born, your children are thinking, feeling, and even acting. What happens to them before--and as--they are born may profoundly shape the people they will become.
These startling findings have even more dramatic implications. They give us a chance to help determine the course of our children's lives will take--starting months before they're born.