Now here is where it gets especially interesting - an informative for us.
To ensure external conditions are optimal for a newborn bat, mother bats are equipped with a variety of biological tactics that allow them to put off fertilization, implantation or development of the fetus."
In some species, mating will occur in the fall, but females will store sperm in their reproductive tract before finally fertilizing their eggs when spring arrives. In other species, the egg is fertilized immediately after mating, but instead of implanting to the wall of the uterus, it floats around until favorable conditions arrive. Yet another adaptation exhibited in some bats is delayed fetus development, in which fertilization and implantation occurs as usual, but the fetus remains in a dormant state for a long period of time.
From this I learned not only that Humans must have the ability to do this too - but that since Conception occurs both in the Woman *and in Consciousness* the problem with the world we are living in is that we are conceiving reality without control - in exactly that Women who are not able to control and time their pregnancies have unhealthy pregnancies at all the most inconvenient times.
The secret to learning to do this is to develop our Compassion optimally. The Hebrew word for Womb in Rechem. The Hebrew word for Compassion is Rachamim - same word as Wombs. And the Hebrew word for matter is Chomer - same letters as the word for Womb Rechem. The Hebrew word for Brain in Mo'ach. Those are two of the letters in Rechem (Womb) and in Rachamim (Compassion) and in Chomer (matter). The letter reish that is added to Mo'ach in the other words represents Rosh - Head.