Loving Intention at Conception?

by Sophie on October 4, 2010

In the beginning of time, in the beginning of our time, when the soul makes the choices that will hurt later when we see the limitations of the life, body and family we have chosen, at that moment, our soul also drops a veil over our true soul’s intentions.

The veil is a kindness, a cushioning of the blow, a softening of the edges. It confuses us and blurs the issue. It prevents us from seeing too far back into the eyes of God and allows us to believe that the world we live in is real. We have to believe all this is real and take it seriously to really play the game and learn what we have come to learn or experience or be.

Later on, when we dismantle the maze of hurts, memories and stories, when we tell the ego to be quiet, when we want to go back to our beginning to choose differently, there is often a feeling that if only we knew the intention at conception, the true intention, some huge knot would suddenly unfold and we would be free to see our soul’s purpose and to feel our link to the Divine.

Intention at conception. If it was not completely loving, then it does take some concerted effort and clear healing intention in the present moment to unravel and accept that soul contract! And to attune to more love, more joy and less pain.

But as soon as you get through, your vibration is raised tremendously and life becomes sweeter, easier, clearer. Understanding the intention of your soul at conception is definitely one of the main portals into the Divine Heart!

Have you ever felt that the intention at conception matters?

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Nancy October 6, 2010 at 4:15 pm

During the Lifeline seminar I took in August, there was a moment when I instantly “knew the truth” of what was being discussed. Dr Darren talked about how very few are conceived in pure Love. That most of the time there is fear, doubt, abuse, etc at conception and how different would the world be if all of us were conceived with pure love as the intention…I wonder then would we clearly see our soul contract and be able to go forth to manifest it for easily? With no veil to unmask?
So, Yes!!I do feel that intention matters and I now choose to be in a very loving place when there is a possibility of conception.


2 Sophie October 8, 2010 at 1:57 pm

That is a very good point and I was aware of this before I had my kids so I was very sure to always be in love and in Love and when there was a possibility of conception. I know they were all born from love. Whatever else happens, they never have to doubt that.
Your kids shine as well.


3 Daniel Brenton October 13, 2010 at 4:54 am

Sophie —

Okay, we’re talking about our personal intention when we are conceived, that is, when we choose to incarnate. The idea that it could be anything but loving is a new idea to me. It would seem like if our intention is less than loving, wouldn’t this shape our lives-to-be into something less than the perfect set of lessons, or even some kind of experience from which nothing is learned at all?

— Daniel


4 Sophie October 14, 2010 at 12:48 am

Hi Daniel!
I was actually thinking that for most people the parents intention is not completely loving at conception and the baby’s soul is choosing to come into a situation that does not foster life very well then has to recover from that later in order to have a truly fulfilling and peaceful life.
I think the soul’s intention is to learn a certain set of lessons such as patience, forgiveness etc that would not be learned in a perfect and ideal environment.
The parent’s ultimate intention is always loving that’s why they provide the situation where we can best learn, whatever it is that we wish to experience. We forget that we chose those circumstances. That’s how we can believe all the drama we go through as being ‘real’ when really all we wanted to do was to experience a certain set of circumstances.


5 Michelle November 11, 2010 at 9:01 pm

Sophie, what would say is the first biggest thing a person can do for themself, if they know perhaps that their mother wasn’t thrilled about expecting her first baby? What would be the most healing thing to do for oneself, if no other help was available? Thank you~


6 Sophie November 14, 2010 at 12:07 am

Send back loving energy and healing energy to the point of conception or to the point where the mother realized she was pregnant and started feeling negative about it.


7 Michelle November 14, 2010 at 1:16 am

Thanks for the great advice Sophie…I hadn’t thought of that..and only recently found that to be the situation with my mother, and her pregnancy with me. I will give it a try-appreciate your input..Namaste’ ~;o)


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