itself is odd. I've remembered this since before I was born.
It's hard for me to believe it myself sometimes but it's something
I really experienced, and has always stuck with me.
some people's pre-birth memories which are really detailed
and vivid, mine was quite simple. Everything was dark. I didn't
have any feeling that I can recall -- I actually seemed quite
empty, like I was waiting for something to direct me. There
wasn't any sense of space.
a thought, from seemingly nowhere, asked me, "What do you
want to be?" Those were the exact words that entered my mind.
I did not question who it was, and I must have known from
beforehand that the choice was either "boy" or "girl." I replied,
"I want to be a boy." Very plain answer. I can't remember
anything else, or whether any other information was exchanged.
By reading other people's accounts of their pre-birth memories,
I'm guessing a lot more was said, but I wasn't allowed to
years old now, and last year I went into detail with my mom
about what I remember from before my birth, and she told me
that the odd thing was that the doctor told her I was supposed
to be a girl.
I gave the answer of "boy," I think I left that world pretty
much instantly, it seemed. I remember coming unto light, then
my first childhood memories didn't kick in until I was two
"Picking Your Own Gender" one day on the internet and that's
when I first read the term "pre-birth memory." I was pretty
happy to see that other people have experienced such things.
It gives me hope and lets me know that what I went through
was indeed real. I also feel quite blessed I can remember
just a little bit before I was born. I was born on 7/7/1987
at 3:26 a.m.