07-08-2007, 11:44 AM
be well, be love.
07-08-2007, 06:19 PM
look closely and you can clearly see the light on his chin below his mouth first. looks like a reflection from a watch or from a car out side driving by the window.
07-08-2007, 06:46 PM
i took as close a look as i could at this video and it appears to me as if the "ball of light" passes across the baby's chin, not actually emerging from the mouth.
however, it is a wonderful synchronistic intro to a story of the first days after my daughter lily's birth.
we had lily at home with a mid-wife (the only way to go in a complication free pregnancy!) and when she was born the actual birth process itself happened so quickly that lily actually slipped through the midwife's hands! no worries though, she was totally safe, splashing down on the bed in a puddle of her own amniotic fluids.
but such a quick birth apparently does not provide the massaging affect of the expansion and contraction of prolonged labor, which actually assists in triggering the expansion/contraction of breathing, as well as working fluids out of the newborn's lungs, now switching from fluid to gas functioning. so lily had a weak and irregular breathing pattern for her first 36 hours.
in the middle of her second night my wife and i were both awakened, intuitively mostly, but as well by lily struggling for breath. she is the first for both of us, and i can tell you those seconds were extremely long, and we were approaching panic as she had stopped breathing completely...
abruptly, she coughed and spat out some fluid. this is where the comparison with the idea presented in the video comes in. we had no lights on in the room so we were dealing with our emergency in night light with just opened, and quite frightened, eyes. and in that light i saw that the fluid she spat out was clearly glowing a light sky blue color.
looking at what she spat upon the next day there was no discoloration and whatever the moisture was was evaporated and gone.
and from that time on lily's breathing has been wonderful, full, deep, and normal.
i can't help but feel that she was always on the verge of the choice between being here and not, and in that moment she finally rejected the option of not being in 3d and spat it out. i say this because she was also born with a knot (though not tightened!) in her umbilical cord!
anyway, i thought this was too close a match to not provide my testimonial.
love, blessing, and abundance!
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