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I have wondered: is it possible babies are born with intact memories of a past life? ok I know its WAY out there but we don't remember our infancy ... perhaps there is a lot more going on in there than we know????
I believe it is simply a developmental stage of sleep - not necessarily bad dreams or remembrances of past lives or sleep terrors. As babies are growing in their sleep, their cycles are changing. They are developing more adult like sleep patterns. As adults we go in and out of sleep phases very differently than babies do. I believe it is uncomfortable/very disorienting to go through these changes in sleep stages or patterns. I know that if I awake during a certain stage of sleep, I become a raving lunatic. I am completely out of sorts and it takes me quite a while to realize who, what, where I am. (This is usually about one hour after falling asleep). I also know that I get very upset if I am just about to fall asleep and something suddenly wakes me. Babies are constantly in a state of flux with their sleep until they do develop adult like sleep patterns (sometimes this takes until age three to fully get there). I believe that much of the crying outbursts we see is really simply a disorientation or a change in sleep pattern.
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