Nurturing child spirituality
Children are among the most spiritually connected beings you can find. This is simply because they are much closer to the spiritual world, having left it so recently to start a new incarnation in the physical realm.
They are also much less judgemental, not being subject to the prejudices and preconceptions that cloud most adults’ sensitivity.
How can parents connect with and stimulate their children’s natural awareness and make it part of their growing up? Approaching this from the basis of conventional belief systems and religion with all their rigid doctrines and thought control are invariably counterproductive.
There is however an alternative approach.
One which makes the most of your children’s pre-life knowing and their still accessible past life memories.
Extensive research has demonstrated that children aged between 2 and 7 can often remember details of who they were and where they lived “before”. Many even remember transitioning from a previous life to the “in-between” state.
Parents tend to shy away from digging deeper when children come out with anything that might be connected with past life memories. They find such revelations “weird” and put them down to an “over-active imagination”. Whereas, in fact, they should focus on the instinctive awareness that children retain while still partially rooted in the unseen world.