My name is Janna. I’m the only person in the world who has succeeded in finding a way for a mother to have actual 2 way conversations with her fetus.(unborn baby)
I tried telling research collages and groups over the years but pretty much no one believes me. I used to try think of ways I could profit off of teaching women how to do it but I have since decided its far too important to limit the ability to do this to those with money,
Every single woman in the world needs to know how to communicate with their fetus because it’s the only way peoples perception of fetal intelligence will change. The current understanding is way off.
A fetus at 38 weeks has the comprehension of a 3 yr old. I obsessively studied child psychology, human development, social psychology and everything to do with how infants/children are effected by everyone around them- starting with how their mother feels about being pregnant with them. I later realized all the schooling I went to was really about preparing me for the kind of children the ability to communicate produces.
Does being able to communicate make a noticeable difference in how our children turn out? Absolutely!
Long Term Results:
I’ve witnessed it first hand -long term. My son is now 22 and my daughter is 16. Both of them are unlike any of the children they attended school with. Their whole life- all I ever hear is how incredible my kids are. How mature. How well behaved. Are they perfect? Of course not! But I can tell you this- both kids rarely cried as infants as children- Why? because I was able to tell what their needs were by their body language.
My son started talking at 4 months old. Knew his alphabet, numbers, colors, and had started to read before he was 3- and I’m not one of those mom’s that tried to teach him these things- He picked them up on his own thru my constantly telling him everything about everything. At 1 year old we pulled up to a red light- he noticed the walk/don’t walk signal> I explained how it all worked- the light would turn red- the man flashing meant it was time to cross- and when it switched to the red hand- it was peoples turn to stop- and the light would turn green for the cars- and so on- He just listened. It was never mentioned again. a year later we pull up to the same intersection- out of the blue he proceeded to tell me exactly what I had told him about how it all works.
I married my son’s father 3 months after he was born- trying to do the right thing. It ruined the relationship and after a year I started thinking about ending it. I’ve always talked to my children as tho they were adults(stuck in babies body- unable to move easily and unable to talk right) I gave them the benefit of the doubt and gave them the same respect I would give someone my own age. I never talked baby talk to them- and rarely withheld information from them. That said- I discussed getting divorced with my son- telling him I was worried about it causing harm to him- saying I’d stay together if it meant he would be ok- His response was to say “don’t worry- I’m going to be fine either way. You need to make you be happy- and if it means not staying with my dad- it’s ok with me.I don’t mind” He was 18 months old. At 2 1/2 he took the stanford bennit intelligence test and was given an IQ score of 122. They thought he was 3. He was enrolled in Montessori preschool for 3 days then they transferred him to kindergarten.At age 4 they were prepared to place him in 1st grade- but I rejected it.
My daughter could roll across a room to a toy she wanted at 3 months and 3 days old. When I told my pediatrician- he told me I needed therapy because 3 month old babies can’t roll over- much less roll across a room. So- I took her to his office and showed him! That pretty much describes her life. She does what she wants- regardless of her age.
Very early one morning (4:30 am) to the smell of eggs cooking- I was stunned to discover her sitting in the kitchen sink cooking an egg for herself on the hot plate burner! With only a nightlight for light- she managed to climb up on the counter – and up the cabinets to get down the Hot plate. Managed to Plug it in- and turn it on. She even had butter in the pan. I have no idea how she broke the egg into the pan with only 1 piece of shell in it. She did ALL this All this without me ever showing her how to do any of it!
I thought she was too young to teach to cook – after all- She was only18 months old! I asked her- “what cha doing?” she replied “makin eggs- want some?” In her mind- what she was doing was logical. She was hungry- and set about making something to eat.
She even once asked my mother if she could borrow her car to go to the store- when asked if she could drive- she would say- of course! A neighbor friend would work the petals while she controlled the wheel- perfectly steering his big car down his driveway and into his garage. She was 3. In 4th grade- she took one look at how the mom’s were running her then 8th grade brothers concession booth at his may day festival- walked over and took over. She organized who was to do what- moving the 3 moms from taking orders to filling orders- and she ran the counter by her self. The crazy part is the adults all listened to her. Her self confidence and maturity made people believe in her- and she stepped up to the plate and proved she knew what she was doing.
Did all this unusual advanced behavior come from being able to communicate from before birth? I’m sure of it.
She held her head up within days after birth. Walked at 8 1/2 months. Ran by 9.
Communication from pre-birth provides you with the understanding of just how developed their thinking process is by the time they are born. Honestly- the way we treat our infants and toddlers is like an insult to their intelligence. Imagine if you were who you are right now on the inside- suddenly born into an infants body. How frustrated would you feel- trying to get your limbs to do what you want them to do- trying to make that mouth shape the words?
When you realize that’s basically what they are- a mature mind- just lacking life experience. I treated my kids with the same respect as I would a friend. I respected their objections and desire for things as an independent person from birth- and they grew up behaving differently than we’re told to expect.
Will power that’s ignored or punished as an infant messes with their sense of self. As a society- we treat our infants like they are brainless lumps that need to be controlled. Given boundaries. My kids never needed to have rules around the house.