What to Expect Before You’re Expecting 3 Worries of “Hope-to-be” Parents and Where the Answers are Found

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While nearly 4 million women each year celebrate their pregnancies, others fight the frustration of being unable to conceive. Medical advances have made strides in boosting fertility. However Walter Makichen, author of "Spirit Babies: How to Communicate with the Child YouÂ?re Meant to Have" (Bantam Dell), says the greatest developments may lie in the minds and spirits of those who hope to become parents.

— “Why can’t I get pregnant?”

While nearly 4 million women each year celebrate their pregnancies, others fight the frustration of being unable to conceive. Medical advances have made strides in boosting fertility, but the greatest developments may lie in the minds and spirits of those who hope to become parents.

“Two frustrating issues for prospective parents are problems with conception and miscarriage,” says Walter Makichen, author of Spirit Babies: How to Communicate with the Child You’re Meant to Have (Bantam Dell, http://www.SpiritBabies.com). “Most couples only consider two-thirds of the conception equation — their physical and mental health.”

A clairvoyant consultant for more than twenty years, Makichen encourages “hope-to-be” parents to tap into the third part of the conception equation, the spirit of the unborn child.

As well as communicating with people who have passed on, Makichen has the unique gift of connecting to those waiting to be born. From his book, Spirit Babies, here are three of more than ten ways to complete your conception equation:

  • Make a “Conception Contract” between mother, father AND spirit baby.
  • Become aware of any spiritual, emotional or mental blocks that be inhibiting

conception.

  • Consider that the baby with whom you have a life contract could come to you through adoption. He or she may have a conception contract with someone else and a life contract with you.

If you are yearning to develop a deeper connection with the child you are meant to have, find “5 Tips to Help Prospective Parents Connect with their Children” at http://www.SpiritBabies.com.

CONTACT:

Mary-Frances Makichen

(360) 647-6996

http://www.SpiritBabies.com

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