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Wombology: Healing the Primordial Memories and Wounds Your Grandmother's Daughter Gave to You Paperback – January 19, 2009
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Those feelings are not my feelings, I picked up those feelings in the womb. Now I know that it's "not about me" but lingering emotional residue picked up in the womb.
You have to read this book, it explains unexplainable anger, and other emotional and relationship issues you may be struggling with; plus how to deal with them.
Many of you might be wondering what is Wombology. "Wombology is the belief that a pregnant woman's deep, persistent or constant emotional state can significantly affect the development of temperament, character, and personality traits of her unborn child. This shaping of the unborn child's consciousness can last throughout the life span. Wombology affects three main aspects of a person: temperament, character, and personality."
Whatever the mother eats, drinks, or consumes is passed through the bloodstream into the body of her baby. "The fetus and mom can share food likes and dislikes as well as emotional states. The maternal emotional states are transferred physiologically, as well as through hormones. Long before the babies are born, before they can put a meaning on events or understand what is going on, babies are beings who think, feel, and remember."
Many of us spent all our childhood, and some the adulthood trying to motivate a caring response from our mother and father. Today, we "are still reacting to the family lies or untruths in the same way we did as a child and therefore continuing the dysfunctional family or tribal ritual of going nowhere but in a vicious circle."
"Family untruths are usually someone else's projection of unresolved pain. Only wounded people purposely wound others. Most people who have some of those deep wounds do not want to deal with their pain because deep wounds require time, energy, and deep healing. No matter what the pain is, you cannot heal what you cannot feel."
The author also wrote about undesirable pregnancy, abortion (attempt to), adoption, mother's detachment and its implications. It will bring light to many of you that decide to read this book.
My own search to understand many patterns that were taking shape in my life lead me to deep searching into my life inside of my mother's womb. This search, lead me to many discoveries. Finding out that the shame and guilt I felt during 40 years of my life was not even mine, was liberating. The author goes on and on about such events which I believe will set many of you free from the past patterns, just by having a "visceral understanding" of the patterns you have been caring around. When you know, you can not go on doing the same thing, or living or responding to self/others in the same way. Awareness changes everything.
A bit more of wisdom from the book:
"If you have unresolved wombology or inner child issues, you will find yourself being impatient, irritated, and frustrated when someone else's inner child cries out for help. It is almost impossible to understand, empathize, or accept someone else's feelings, positive or negative, if your own "stuff " has not been heard, validated, or witnessed. Healing your negative feelings from the past is imperative for your future and your loved ones, including those you do not even know yet!"
"This inner child continues to exist in our adult life and reflects our emotional health at any given moment. Our wounded inner child is a reflection, or a mirror image, of our disowned emotions left over from childhood."
"Without freedom from the past, there is not freedom at all, because the mind is never new, fresh, innocent."
We can not change the past. It is done. But we can change the memories (imprints, impressions) we have about what happened to you.
I highly recommend this book for everyone that desire to understand more about themselves, their lives inside the womb, and the consequences resulted from such experiences. Also, for those looking for healing or transforming the past to create a better future.
Dr. C.J. Jonhson offers informative and helpful information in her book. There are lots of good referrals, ways/tools to get more aware about yourself, and heal the experiences (imprints) we had during womb-time.
Blessings to all.
Wombology also provides valuable information to women who would like to better understand the complicated and often misunderstood relationship that exists between mothers and daughters. A most read for all, especially women, daughters, and prospective moms.
Her book has been a wonderful therapy guide. I have gained insight and more understanding about my own personal struggles. She allowed me to dig deeper to get to know myself and my family better. She challenges us with some hard questions but also gives us tools to use along the healing journey. Her book has been an adventure in personal growth, healing and understanding.