This is the first book of its kind ever published offering a unique solution and methods. It has been created around a series of seven carefully constructed stories designed for children aged 2-7 years old. This is the age when past life events and circumstances can still be accessed if the right kind of stimulation is given.
It provides a unique solution through a series of seven carefully constructed stories introducing the notion of past lives that young children can identify with. It also includes questions to stimulate their memories and advice on how to respond to the self-realisation you may trigger.
The tales feature “Pengos”, a Penguin “soul”, who emerges from an egg and the experiences it encounters during seven successive incarnations. This evolutionary adventure begins with the life of a humble female Fairy Penguin who is loved and guided by her parents, who teach her to swim and catch food. Life is predictable and completely “normal” until one day, something very strange happens…
The 7 simple stories – revolving around the reincarnating spirit of Pengos allow children to feel it’s “all right” to talk about this kind of thing. Once they have gained this confidence in themselves – and are sure you will not dismiss what they say out of hand – conditions will be right for you to make some fascinating discoveries about your child and help him discover something about her life purpose.
A series of questions are provided for each story, enabling parents to gently probe their children’s memories while still in the climate of confidence created by the Penguins’ adventures. Advice is also provided on how to respond if the children show any indications of “knowledge beyond their years” and what should be done in the very unlikely event of a child suffering any distress caused by past life events.
US psychiatrist Dr. Ian Stevenson’s work on cases of children remembering past lives led him to posit that inexplicable phobias, prodigious talents and certain medical conditions and problems currently experienced could only be accounted for by reincarnation. An approach followed up and developed by increasing numbers of dedicated therapists such as Carol Bowman, author of “Children’s Past Lives” and “Return from Heaven”.
A section devoted to sample testimonials supplied by the first pioneering parents to have used this material follows, many of which are highly encouraging. The book finishes by revisiting all the Penguin characters appearing in the book.
This time in the form of outline drawings for children to colour – an excellent means of encouraging them to review everything they have heard (or read) and any revealing memories triggered as a result.