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While in the womb, the baby lives by the heart flame and crystal cord of the mother. The moment of the cutting of the umbilical cord—when the [[Holy Spirit]] has breathed the breath of Life into the form—is the symbolical moment (and sometimes the actual moment, depending on the correct timing of the cutting of the cord) of the descent of the baby’s own silver cord from the Beloved I AM Presence. The baby’s first cry or sound is often indicative of its sudden recognition of the burst of flame in the heart, of the sacred breath infilling the lungs, and of the bodily sensations now keenly felt.  
 
While in the womb, the baby lives by the heart flame and crystal cord of the mother. The moment of the cutting of the umbilical cord—when the [[Holy Spirit]] has breathed the breath of Life into the form—is the symbolical moment (and sometimes the actual moment, depending on the correct timing of the cutting of the cord) of the descent of the baby’s own silver cord from the Beloved I AM Presence. The baby’s first cry or sound is often indicative of its sudden recognition of the burst of flame in the heart, of the sacred breath infilling the lungs, and of the bodily sensations now keenly felt.  
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=== Withdrawal of the crystal cord ===
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=== Withdrawal of the crystal cord at death ===
    
Clairvoyants in the 1800s reported standing over dying people and watching the loosening of the silver cord. Spiritualist mediums observed when attending departing souls at their deathbed that something silvery seemed to disconnect from their body and float up into the air. They described it as a beautiful silver ribbon they could see with their inner sight.<ref>Max Heindel takes up the subject of the loosing of the ''silver cord'' at death in ''The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception'' (1906; reprint, Pasadena, Calif.: Wood and Jones, 1974), pp. 9–102.</ref>  
 
Clairvoyants in the 1800s reported standing over dying people and watching the loosening of the silver cord. Spiritualist mediums observed when attending departing souls at their deathbed that something silvery seemed to disconnect from their body and float up into the air. They described it as a beautiful silver ribbon they could see with their inner sight.<ref>Max Heindel takes up the subject of the loosing of the ''silver cord'' at death in ''The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception'' (1906; reprint, Pasadena, Calif.: Wood and Jones, 1974), pp. 9–102.</ref>  

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