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#46 MoonChild

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Posted 29 May 2003 - 10:54 PM

:-*

I have heard that babies till the age of seven are receptible for Super Naturals. Nothing to worry about, it is something we all pass thru! The reason why after 7 the link is closed is becasue the so called knowledgeable ADULTS (like us) tells the kids those things that dampens their mental energy. Usually, the sensitivity is linked to tthe Third Eye or Pineal Gland tht is situated on the bas of he fforhead between he eyes. It is said that after the age of 7, this gland hardens! It requires concious effort from us to re-soften this gland and get our connection back to the Super Natural dimentions. This is where meditation helps.

I have personal experience that this works. I have sttill a long way to go, but a bit of focus and effort, this can be achieved. SO DON'T BLAME THE KINDS, Let the next generration enjoy the benefits of being in tune with our Higher Dimentions! NEVER ridicule kiddies!  :-*
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Posted 18 January 2004 - 05:50 AM

any new baby hunters?
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Posted 19 January 2004 - 11:12 PM

I lived with my brother's family for six months (back when my nephew was only 2).  The only unusual chatter was about a wak wak (my SIL is filipina) that lives in one of their fruit trees.  To this day, all the kids are obsessed with spook alleys (they put one on for me this past Saturday).

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Posted 20 January 2004 - 06:29 AM

My son is a sensitive (10 years old) but never "talked" to them and rarely sees them, My daughter (6 yrs) actually plays with "David" our resident spirit,  You can regualarly see her in the corner talking away to the air.  My 8 year old thinks we are all crazy, he has NO senstivity and to be honest, even as a infant and toddler, he never showed any signs of haveing his 3rd eye opened.  He is curious to our stories though.  

 It must be a great comfort to know your father is still around and has spent that precious time with your daughter!
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Posted 30 January 2004 - 05:22 PM

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 02:10 PM

I kind of envy those whose parents are accepting of this kind of thing...I don't think I ever had ghostly experiences as a kid, perhaps in part because I learned to talk and understand so early that I learned of my parents' disapproval early, too, though maybe there just weren't any around me as a kid...but there was one time, I was about 2 or 3, when my parents decided that I was getting too old for some of my toys that I was very attached to, so to minimize the fuss, they bundled me off to grandma's house for a few days and packed everything away in the attic.  When they came to pick me up, I immediately asked "Why did you put all my toys in the attic?!".  To this day they never  could figure out how I knew, since they had never even mentioned a specific hiding place to each other till I was gone, and were very careful not to mention getting rid of my toys in front of me...but given my tendency to have prophetic dreams even now, I think *I* know how I knew. ;)
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 02:10 PM

I kind of envy those whose parents are accepting of this kind of thing...I don't think I ever had ghostly experiences as a kid, perhaps in part because I learned to talk and understand so early that I learned of my parents' disapproval early, too, though maybe there just weren't any around me as a kid...but there was one time, I was about 2 or 3, when my parents decided that I was getting too old for some of my toys that I was very attached to, so to minimize the fuss, they bundled me off to grandma's house for a few days and packed everything away in the attic.  When they came to pick me up, I immediately asked "Why did you put all my toys in the attic?!".  To this day they never  could figure out how I knew, since they had never even mentioned a specific hiding place to each other till I was gone, and were very careful not to mention getting rid of my toys in front of me...but given my tendency to have prophetic dreams even now, I think *I* know how I knew. ;)
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 02:11 PM

I kind of envy those whose parents are accepting of this kind of thing...I don't think I ever had ghostly experiences as a kid, perhaps in part because I learned to talk and understand so early that I learned of my parents' disapproval early, too, though maybe there just weren't any around me as a kid...but there was one time, I was about 2 or 3, when my parents decided that I was getting too old for some of my toys that I was very attached to, so to minimize the fuss, they bundled me off to grandma's house for a few days and packed everything away in the attic.  When they came to pick me up, I immediately asked "Why did you put all my toys in the attic?!".  To this day they never  could figure out how I knew, since they had never even mentioned a specific hiding place to each other till I was gone, and were very careful not to mention getting rid of my toys in front of me...but given my tendency to have prophetic dreams even now, I think *I* know how I knew. ;)
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:37 PM

Triple post even!
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:37 PM

Ah, I know why too.... it gave me an internal error.  I just let it be and my post was there.
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:38 PM

Yup.. again... tech support tech support! busted thread!
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Posted 31 March 2004 - 07:20 PM

There is an old Celtic myth that says our ability to see and hear without effort goes when our last baby teeth goes. Hmmmmm. I know that I always was encouraged by my Mom, but to practice in private, and NOT to let others know. Having parents who bring out our gifts, even in secret help us.
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Posted 01 April 2004 - 07:32 AM

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#59 MoonChild

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Posted 01 April 2004 - 11:01 AM

haunted thread ;D
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Posted 01 April 2004 - 03:52 PM

Ghoooooost Neeeeedleeeeeeee ;)
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