A wave of sensitive beings are making their way into society re-establishing wisdom long forgot yet powerful just the same. Who are these special children and why are they trying to work with us now?
Children these days have a flare for the mystical. What we see on TV mixed with theatrics of youth can make it frustrating not knowing what to believe. However, there is a more simplistic approach in understanding clairvoyance and other abilites they may display, simply in listening and understanding our children the best we can.
Today, more and more parents are speaking of insights reflected by their children. Questions are being answered not yet spoken and imaginary or not so imaginary visits from playmates are filling night time and early morning hour sleep. What is probably the most impressive is the empathy regarding worldly disasters and solutions that might otherwise have left us scratching our heads.
In my own experience, my daughter has spoken frequently of, her life before. She uses statement such as, “It was time to find a new mother – my other mother is still in heaven.” She also refers to herself, as being “new” and she dislikes getting old (She will be seven this summer).
She explains, “You get to learn when you leave here, the angels teach you like in school, but not like my school. I was waiting for you.” She also speaks of good ghosts and angry ghosts. She will even tell you in detail what they look like and how they feel to her.
To children, there is no ethical or appropriate way to say things. They will simply share what it is they are feeling or experiencing. Though some things will be of the imagination or a combination of both, with a little effort and finesse as well as making certain we are not hearing what we want to hear, we will be able to distinquish between the two encouraging the substance of the matter.
Teaching as well as being taught is always a good rule of thumb and remembering that children really do say the darndest things. When people ask why these things are happeing now? My response is, "We can no longer afford them not to."
For more information read: The Crystal Children
by: Doreen Virtue