Frequently Asked Questions

What do babies communicate in a session?

Anything and everything! Some babies want to convey a message to a parent, whom they often know intimately. Other babies express that they are struggling with fear, sorrow or anger. Some are eager to express that they are fine; others want to relax and enjoy receiving the mother’s love. Finally, one baby wanted it known that she would not be coming on a day the mother hoped, but would be there by midnight on a date in July. She arrived at 5 minutes to midnight on the day she stated!

Do babies welcome a session?

I have never “met” one baby who did not want to communicate through this intuitive connection.

What happens if a baby is feeling fear, sorrow or anger?

I approach this in the same way as I would any person having a Reading. I allow myself to fully feel the baby’s fear, sorrow or anger in my own body, as it’s through fully feeling that releasing can begin. At the same time, I help the baby’s mother work with her own breath, awareness and feeling (perception) in order to magnify the love she feels for baby. These two processes combined often help the baby release fear, sorrow or anger. In addition, there are other therapeutic modalities that may facilitate such healing.

How long does a session take?

Maryanne’s sessions are described here, spaced apart by about a week. Each session takes approximately one hour. 

What does an session with a baby before birth cost?

This is a 2-sessions offered to women who are pregnant. Each session is 75 – 90 minutes. Babies before Birth Readings/Healing are described here 

What words best describe the sessions completed for babies before birth?

‘Profound, heartfelt, loving and healing’.

These are the words that mothers have conveyed, and they truly reflect what I hope to offer in these sessions.

What is the primary purpose of a session with a baby before birth?

To magnify the love between the mother and child or the father and the child.

When I say love, I am referring to the surrender of feeling and attention to another. Just that.

In the session, we focus on releasing anything on the part of the baby or the parent that obstructs this flow of feeling-attention.