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Many common parental attitudes and behaviors are thought natural or normal, however; most are actually selfish, controlling, negative, and unloving. Any expectant parent who seeks to possess his or her baby and harbors an attitude of ownership is apt to have thoughts such as “This is my baby. This baby is someone to love me. This baby was sent to fill the void in my life. This baby and I have a special relationship.” Such thoughts are selfish and very problematic.
Baby psychology and parent psychology are interconnected. We have much to learn about baby psychology and positive parenting. What typically goes on subconsciously and psychologically between babies and their parents is extremely influential and often shocking.
A parent’s attitudes of ownership frequently pave the way for subsequent physical and sexual incestuous contacts. Inappropriate and hurtful sexual encounters between a parent and an infant, young child, or teenager cause a child to suffer gross humiliation and long-lasting, far-reaching reactions, conflict, suffering, and pain.
A parent’s attitudes of possessiveness first manifest as controlling “psychic energies” that can literally envelop and traumatize an unborn baby or infant. The energy of ownership is real and extremely intimidating to perceptive fetuses who are able to understand the implications inherent in such negative attitudes and their associated thoughts and feelings. Possessive parental attitudes threaten all babies.
Long before physical-sexual incestuous contacts manifest (typically during infancy or early childhood) incestuous emotional assaults have been occurring energetically and psychologically while a fetus is inside his or her mother’s womb.
Extreme parental control, akin to incestuous experience, is another hurtful and destructive selfish parental attitude. Parents who feel compelled, and find themselves planning how their unborn sons or daughters should grow up to be and what they should do in life, are setting their offspring up for unnecessary pressures and pain.
Expectant parents who strongly want their baby to be a boy or a girl, want their baby to be “like” them, want their baby to be smart, pretty, or handsome, or want their baby to love them primarily, should know they are causing consistent stress, distress, and emotional pain to their unborn babies.
Many unborn babies will choose to please their demanding, controlling parents and agree to be how their parents want them to be. Other fetuses will resist and defy. When fetuses resist their demanding parents’ wishes, subconscious psychological sparks are bound to start flying. Parents who are extremely controlling leave their babies little room to sense and know from within the right way they should be or the right thing they should do.
Controlling parents act like “petty gods.” Far too many children fearfully and selfishly acquiesce, and turn their mothers or fathers into personal gods who become the center of their lives and the primary basis for their important choices. That focus is extremely problematic for a child. It excludes a child from seeing and acting on what is truly right, and translates into inner ongoing conflict, frustration, resentment, guilt, and mental and emotional pain.
Parents who wish to engage in positive parenting and truly love their unborn babies must decide to start effectively dealing with their selfishness, control, selfish reactions, and negative psychological energies. Selfish reactions and negative thoughts and feelings, although triggered by a present-time interaction or situation, usually have roots that relate to much earlier experiences and reactions to one’s own parents.
Expectant parents who are willing to take the time and make the effort to better understand themselves and their negative feelings and reactions will begin having important insights. If they couple their exploration efforts with a willingness to take full responsibility for what they see within themselves and about themselves, the possibilities for loving change become obvious and can bring truly nurturing experiences for them and their unborn babies or infants.
On the other hand, expectant parents who do not make an introspective effort to change in truly positive ways should know that their unborn babies would know that their parents do not truly care about them. Fetuses do not positively relate to parents who are “trying to care” or “pretending to care.”
Without true caring, babies feel rejected and unloved. This is true, in spite of outward declarations by a parent about being happy and feeling joyful about parenthood. It will be true even though the parent creates beautiful nursery environments, make decisions to eat healthy diets and regularly exercise, and refrain from harmful substances such as alcohol and drugs. When unborn babies are being hurt by subconscious negative mental and emotional energies, their parents are subconsciously aware, but are ignoring their babies’ suffering.
Going against self
Pregnancy should be a time when expectant parents sincerely strive to go against their personal selfishness, selfish control, selfish desires, and selfish intentions, thoughts, feelings, actions, and reactions. It would be ideal if, during a pregnancy, both parents were willing to work together, and trust enough to express their true deepest thoughts and feelings in truthful, lovingly responsible ways. Partners willing to be honest and help each other make positives changes will foster intimacy, trust, respect, and understanding. During a pregnancy, that would translate into parents expressing true love to their unborn babies. These parents would also minimize a baby’s selfish reactions. God knows we urgently need to reduce the selfish reactions of parents and children on this planet.
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