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Life Process Stage One (Unborn Child)

Updated: Mar 24, 2022

The unborn child is a type of 'Symbiotic Unified Consciousness.' Our life begins in a state of unity, or symbiosis, with the mother. We are not bonded to our mother, but rather planted within her, almost like one of her organs. Almost, but we're not an organ. We are something unique that grows within her and will eventually leave her.

We were fed and nourished by our mother via her bloodstream and metabolism. That we do not need to exert any effort to eat because it is simply accessible to our mouth via the umbilical cord. We get everything good from our mother, but we also get everything bad from her. For example, if our mother smokes or consumes alcohol, as well as the illness she is suffering from and the medication she is taking, all of these will reach the child, albeit in a weakened form.

The same is true for the emotional aspect. Anxiety, stress, thoughts, and feelings in or with the mother, the child feels and absorbs, albeit in a weaker form. However, this does not imply that the mother should avoid anything that burdens or stresses her in order to avoid negative influences on the child. Life is not only made of milk and honey, but we must also prepare for it as early as the womb in order to survive later in life.

In general, if the mother is relaxed and feels safe, the child is safe; if she is ill or has an accident, the child is in danger. And if the mother seriously considers abortion or even if the attempt is unsuccessful, the child is left with a scar.

This means that prenatal consciousness is directly linked to the mother. The child can sense if the mother has had any health problems in order to keep the child, if she has had an accident during the pregnancy, or if she has suffered a severe shock. The child in the womb is aware of both of them, and when the mother's life is in danger, it instinctively reduces its life impulses to the bare minimum in order not to stress the mother.

Those that are interesting and significant in our later consciousness because they contain the seeds of our beliefs, feelings, and behaviours that we will carry with us throughout our life journey. Feelings and beliefs such as "I can't stand it," "I have to be quiet," "I can't show myself," and "I'm not safe" frequently have their roots here. These people typically speak quietly, move cautiously, are uneasy and insecure in groups, and have internal conflicts. They are shy and hide behind clothes and hairstyles that attract attention. This is often in contrast to their true inner beauty or abilities.

On the other hand, there are some tough and resilient survivors who aren't easily deterred by adversity. They frequently live their lives full of hopes and imagination, and they have a rich inner world. They understand the value of patience and the ability to wait. Their traumatic experiences, however, are not entirely negative; they also have a positive side.

Furthermore, another issue that frequently arises and is addressed in therapy is the issue of lost twins. The indirect sign was sudden breeding, but in the majority of cases, this was unrelated to the discharge of a dead embryo or fetus. Today, it is estimated that 10% of all pregnancies are twin pregnancies. The twin may die when it is a few days or weeks old, but it may also die when it is a few months old in the womb. Sometimes the living twin's body will carry some of the dead twin's leftover tissue.

It is easy to notice that surviving twins who are growing in the womb frequently feel as if something is missing when their twin is suddenly no longer present or no longer moving. They frequently do little for themselves or enjoy doing things alone, yearn for a soul mate, and seek excessively strong bonds. They are frequently disappointed when their relationship fails to meet these needs, and as a result, they are the ones who usually end and destroy them. They are occasionally plagued by an unexplained sense of guilt, as they are living partly for another twin and are at least partially responsible for the death. With these, it is difficult for them to be fully present in their own lives and to enjoy life (Nelles 2015).

Case Study

This is the story of a woman who is struggling to deal with her life. The therapist used someone in the workshop to represent the unborn child, who is in the first stage of the life integration process. The representative position herself lay down on the floor in a fetal position, feeling the space around her in all directions with a searching movement. "I'm missing something," the representative said, to which the client responded, "she's looking for a twin." She was never able to say a proper goodbye, and as a result, she was unable to fully embrace her life without a twin.

"She's gone; there's no longer a twin," the therapist tells the client. You are on your own." It is critical to let the client's fetus stage hear her inner child. When the inner child becomes aware of and acknowledges that this is true, she begins to feel herself. After some time, the representative lifted her head and saw herself as an adult woman, and she saw that it was a good way to be. Her inner self vision has now emerged in a very clear manner.

This is the first stage of the Life Integration Process. Will share the second stage soon.

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Nelles Institute - Life Intergration Process (LIP),of%20therapeutic%20work%20with%20constellations.&text=The%20LIP%20is%20based%20on,is%20and%20as%20it%20was.

Wilfried Nelles - Life Integration Process A New Way of Working with the Representation Method.

WeiSee Toh - Life Integration Process

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