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How To Raise Spiritually Awakened Children?

How Raise Spiritually Awakened Children

Do you want to raise spiritually awakened children who will not only try to succeed in the material world but also be sensitive and deep? Then this article will help you teach your children an empowered way of living.

A Child Is The Nearest Thing To Heaven

A Child Is The Nearest Thing To Heaven

Children are born with open heart chakras, a perfect balance of loving energy that has been undisturbed, untouched, and unscathed. Only to learn emotional traumas and toils of “growing pains” in this physicality.

It takes courage to come to this plane and fight the battles of this world. And yet, we are all here. We are all in this present moment learning and discovering emotional hardships on our quests for spiritual fulfillment and joy. As it is only by connecting back to our source of creation here, we can experience the euphoric state of our spiritual, eternal origin.

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Whether you understand it or not, all children are born with what is called Extra Sensory Abilities. Expressed or unexpressed all children have unique gifts of what would be called “spiritually awakened children”. It is only time and improper nurture of these natural gifts that deflower our children’s natural abilities.

All Children Are Spiritually Awakened Children

It is quite simple and it is because all abilities, of psychic awareness, telepathy, clairvoyance, clairaudience, etc. simulate at the heart center. It is only by knowing your own heart that you can give these gifts to the world. Intuition is the basis of our connection to the esoteric and intuition stems from feelings that are generated by our heart centers.

If we want to raise spiritually awakened children we must be equipped in knowing what steps to take to raise children with high (EQ) emotional quotient.

The following points are essential in ensuring that we promote and encourage the spiritual growth of our children. Raising spiritually awakened children will ensure a spiritually evolved society in the future.

4 Tips To Raise Spiritually Awakened Children

1. Teach Your Children Emotions Are Ok

Emotions of anger, guilt, sadness, happiness, and joy, must all be embraced. By teaching our children, that it is not ok to be angry, we are teaching them to repress emotions. When we repress emotions, they harbor inside and become unresolved feelings that block the heart center. All emotions and feelings must be expressed in healthy ways.

Here are 3 steps to use when a child is angry or frustrated:

  • Recognize the emotion
  • Bring it “front and center” and allow your child to understand the feeling of anger or frustration
  • Give your child a healthy way to release it. For example, if your child is angry, let them yell ” I AM ANGRY” let them yell it as many times as they need until the anger is released.

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What I have found by doing this, by the time they are done, they will usually end with a laugh. Because children know how to laugh at themselves, you have given them a healthy release and it makes them feel good to know this.

2. Remove Programming of Good and Bad Behavior

Good Boy!, Bad Boy! Remove this from your vocabulary!— By teaching your child that he or she is being good or being bad, you are instilling a process, of self-worth and separation within themselves. They begin to view themselves with an alter ego.

And so we have born the angel on the right shoulder and a devil on the left. There is no angel and no devil, there are only good deeds and bad deeds. We need to focus on the deed and not the child. There are things that we say and do that may hurt others, or ourselves, and things we can do and say that love others and ourselves. The correction is in the deed, not the child.

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3. Listen to Them

This may seem obvious, but it is much deeper. Children say things, and we like to think they are just saying things because they are kids and they say just about anything. But when you really listen and pay attention, you will begin to notice slight intuitive abilities. It is your job to find these abilities, and it is your job to nurture that ability so that they can give their gift to the world.

Do not laugh or discard what they tell you, no matter how unrealistic or “off” it may sound. There is so much you can learn from your child and if you can learn to perceive without judgment or rationalizing what they are saying you can pierce beyond the veil. It is your programming, that rationalizes, children do not lie.

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4. They Have a Gift to Give

Know that your child is not just “your child” your child is here for a purpose, for a soul calling, for a mission that only he can complete. And to be able to recognize this, we need to give our children our time. Because our time is the most precious gift you can give them, And by doing so, you will understand why.

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Hi! I am LJ Vanier and I am the creator of Soul Science Awakening You! I am deeply involved in spiritual practice and have experienced the paranormal since I was a young child. I am a indy author and am currently working on my next project Ether, set to be released in June 2015.View Author posts

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