Intrauterine stage of development

Writing and etymology in Korean
자궁 내 개발 단계
[jagung nae gaebal dangye]
子宮內 發育 階段
子宮內 (자궁 내) [[jagung nae] – intrauterine
發育 (개발) [gaebal] – development
階段 (단계) [dangye] – stage

It all starts with the fact that the father lays the seed for the future baby. All this is included in the original plan. This seed enters the mother, receives her flesh, grows, and over time a person develops from it. Everything that was previously just a plan, an idea contained in the seeds planted by the father, begins to grow inside the mother, asking for her body and building his own body from it. When a baby grows to a certain stage planned by nature, it is born.

Inside the mother’s womb, the child receives everything he needs. Every part of him develops – eyes, hair, legs and arms – everything inside the womb. The contribution of the father and mother allows the baby to develop everything necessary for a full human existence.

The upbringing of a child must begin through the mother, when the child is still in her womb. If the mother was negatively affected during pregnancy, if she and the father of the child committed a sin and are tormented by remorse, all this is passed on to the unborn child. It’s like a radio broadcast. A radio station sends out sound waves that a radio receiver can pick up. Similarly, if something negative happens in the relationship between father and mother, the wave flow overtakes the child in the womb, affects him, leaving its mark. Should a husband and wife quarrel and argue while the child is still in the womb? In that case, how should we structure our lives?

The baby’s life for nine months is continuously maintained in a safe environment so that the moment of birth is crowned with success. In other words, the purpose of the period of intrauterine development is fulfilled at the moment of birth.