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womb

noun: the organ in a woman’s or female animal’s body where a baby grows before it is born
noun: a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus

"The EGO takes over control of your developing foetus from the time of the union of the semen and ovum.
The new little being became an 'I' immediately feeling satisfaction and dissatisfaction in the womb depending on its sense of comfort or discomfort and what was happening to mother.
When you were born, your instincts of survival imprinted with the deep primeval knowledge of 'created beingness' buried in each living cell of your body, prompted you to breathe, and become aware of an emotional emptiness and deprivation at your separation from the comfort of the confining womb, which was then felt as a physical emptiness and need for physical nourishment.
Thus was your ego cry born.
When you cried you were given nourishment by mother which was deeply satisfying - both physically and emotionally. When your needs were fully met, you could slip back into a state of equilibrium within sleep.

When you woke from your equilibrium, you felt a sense of insecurity (the equilibrium now divided into mental and emotional awareness), you remembered that mother and milk created a fulfillment of needy insecurity, and so again, you cried. Your needs were fulfilled.
So did your ego-drive develop." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 6, page 3]

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