Guest Author - Elleise
Crystal and Indigo children have an innate sense of purpose. They live and work closely out of this purpose and not suprisingly, these determined souls have issues reflecting personal transitions of their own.
Over the past few decades we have seen more and more children and adults working with, instead of against sensitivities and psychic abilities and have (thank goodness) the availability of networking and resources to talk about it!
The “Invisible World” does not always have to be about spirits, angels, and guides. It can be, but what we are more likely to observe on a day-to-day basis is an overall sensitivity that may or may not make sense.
Along with braving their mission,it is not uncommon for the "Invisible World", to bring with it (especially at this point and time)emotional needs, social discomforts and thought provoking questions.
Because of this, I’ve always encouraged my daughter, when something truly needed immediate tending, to say, “Mom, this is serious." at which point I drop everything and give her my undivided attention.
Two weeks ago, my daughter tugged on my arm, dragging me into the living room, saying along the way, “This is serious…” She sat on the couch, trying to introduce her feelings formerly and maturely, which caved almost immediately in her final destination.
“I hate God!” She sobbed. She hung her head trying to control her bottom lip.
(Keep in mind she has just turned 9 and on the weekends helps me in running an extended stay spiritual room and board retreat, here in the country. So, there is ample setting and time for statements and questions such as these and is pretty much a part of the personality of the place to begin with.)
Kleenexes sprayed across the living room floor from one end to the other as each piece of furniture became christened with tears; right side up, upside down, she let it all go and did she have some words!
Now, this is a child who cries at sunsets and picks herbs and vegetables for the guests. She has all but a tiny zoo outside (which is slowly trickling inside), feels wretched and senses she is being punished by God because of her sensitivities.
She said, "I feel stupid for coming to planet Earth to try to save it. I just want to listen to nature instead of stupid people who mess things up when they're already bad. If God is so powerful, why does God just sit there and do nothing? He just watches while people lie, complain, yell and destroy everything."
(Quick thinking, ice-cream and a fresh box of Kleenexes! These are not statements, that can be easily addressed unless a person is going to mandate how another is going to feel.)