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#513 From: "ozblueriver"
Date: Mon Aug 19, ?00? 8:49 pm
Subject: Children and RVing ozblueriver
I think all of us parents would have enough stories about our
childrens natural Rving/psychic abilities to fill many books.
Here's one little story:
When my daughter was about 3 yrs old she said, "Mummy when you went
to hospital Daddy cried and cried". (I had been so ill the doctor
didn't know if I would live? ) I had to go and ask Glenn if it was
true, which it was, but he told me no one knew except him so no one
could have told her that he had cried. The astounding thing is that
when I was in hospital Erin was only a few weeks old! Either she
remembered or she did some RVing of her own!
She is now 4 years old and this type of behaviour is a daily
occurance. I would like to encourage her to never loose that ability
and am wondering if anyone has got any good ideas? Any tried methods
#519 From: "Viv*"
Date: Tue Aug ?0, ?00? 1:?9 am
Subject: Re: Children and RVing eclecticviv
You can make up games for your daughter to play.
Things like hide the doll, and she figures out where
the doll is. Or hide anything, and she figures out
what you hid. Or have her practice predicting what
your going to fix for dinner, stuff like that.
Ask her what she would like to do if she was a magic
You can ask her to tell you about what she thought
about or felt when she was a tiny baby, or ask her if
she has any memories of another time or place.
The memory thing isn't all that far out. I came into
this life with a lot of memories from former lives.
I remember when my brand new baby sister was brought
home, and I was well aware of the concept of her being
my baby sister, because that is what she was in the
life prior to this one.
I was aware of this at a time when I could barely
understand what my parents were talking about, when
they talked to me, because I was still to little to
understand most words. My younger sister and I are
barely 11 months apart.
When I was younger, ( I was about 6 and my sister 5? )
we wanted to be magic people. So we would play a game
of tell the future, or make an adult do what you
wanted them to do, and see if it came true. Our
grandma was usually the object of our game. I would
tell my sister something like, grandma was going to
come out of the house, go over to the apple tree and
see if the apples were ripe for baking.
Then we would wait. Meanwhile I would picture
mentally exactly the sceanario I described. And
viola, within a short time, grandma would come outside
and check out the apple tree.
We got bored with it though after a while, and looked
for other things to do.
pjrv : Messages : 516-531 of 4038
#516 From: "Jerry Pople"
Date: Mon Aug 19, ?00? 11:?8 pm
Subject: Re: Children and RVing popes53
> She is now 4 years old and this type of behaviour is a daily
> occurance. I would like to encourage her to never loose that ability
> and am wondering if anyone has got any good ideas? Any tried methods
> or books?
I think the best thing to do is to encourage it. So many of us have been
laughed at or otherwise put down. Many parents minimize their child's
experience and they grow less and less likely to accept their experiences.
Just let her know it's normal and she can share those experiences whenever
she likes. Then she will be more likely to explain what's going on in her
Moderator's note: I make my kid, who just turned 6, consider the sentience of
everything. I tell her most things can talk to you 'inside you' in an odd way
but most adults are too dense to understand it. That you have to take caring
for plants and animals as seriously as humans. We delight over the beauty of
vegetables and flowers, new leaves on the palm plant, how adorable toads are,
and of course, her favorite, "roly-poly-oly" bugs. ;-? ) My favorite was the time
we were watching a bugs bunny cartoon, and porky has an out of body experience,
and at the end of a very weird show he is falling through the sky and then slams
back into his body sleeping under a tree. Delighted for such a great
opportunity to explain how we leave our body when we sleep and sometimes when
we're just relaxed, I began to explain only to have Ry -- then 4 -- turn to me
and interrupt by saying, "Oh Mom, DUH!"
Musta been too obvious. :-? ) -- PJ
#5?5 From: Timelord?0?9...
Date: Mon Aug 19, ?00? 11:07 pm
Subject: Re: Children and RVing psitrooper?4
I intend to get my kids at least partially aware of their psi abilities before
they hit their
teens.There both Pisceans as well.
I also encourage them like pj to express everything they see or hear and never
One incident still stands out in my mind
that happened with isabelle when she was only 18 months old. It was late at
night around ?.00am
everyone was asleep and then my wife and i heard it....
.a small rudolf the red noise reindeer cuddly
toy had gone off and we could hear the melody
it makes when one has pressed a button on its belly.
we looked at each other and thought what the ....?
ran out the bedroom straight for isabelles room
and there she was standing in front of the door
with rudolfs noise flashing and still playing its tune
on the floor beside her.
The scary part is that there was NO WAY she could have
got out of her cot by herself but even more scarier
was how she managed to land on the floor without
To this day it still spooks me as what really happened
Did someone carry her out
break her fall? wake us up with the rudlolf toy?
God only knows.
Another day when she was abit older
she woke saying there was a giant in the room
but she wasnt afraid or anything she justsaid it as a matter of fact and pointed
to where the giant stood.
Date: Tue Aug ?0, ?00? 1:0? pm
Subject: Re: Children and RVing rfjuice?000
About 6 months ago, my daughter asked me to sign her online. (We don't
give the kids the passwords? ). As I approached her, she was singing to
herself. She was repeating over and over "safari, safari" to a nice little
melody. I was a little shocked because that was the password, I asked her
why she was singing that word and she didn't know why.
So from that day on, I miss-spelled the password as well. :? )? )