Some of my friends are new grandparents; some are new parents. As a young parent, I was awed by the tiny perfection of my new babies, with their wide-eyes and angelic gaze. Back then, I didn’t know for a certainty what I now know – that babies are angelic substance, who come into their human-hood gradually, and who, for the first six years, are extremely vulnerable to suggestion about who they are as people, learning to be human, leaving behind an angelic world.
Who can resist greeting a beautiful baby? How many of us understand intuitively that we are looking into the eyes of an angel? How few of us know that this is true, and not just an expression used to describe the tiny creatures? How I know has to do with the company I have kept over the past few years, as I explored the fringes of consciousness with intuitives, clairvoyants, psychics and channellers.
What I have learned is that when a baby is developing, during the first trimester, the forming embryo can be considered to have pure angelic consciousness. The glow of a newly pregnant mother is due to this angelic presence residing within her. Over the course of the next few months, the humanness begins to ‘come in’ and the angelic substance allows this human consciousness to take over… By the time the baby is born, all things having taken their normal course, we do have a tiny human. Mostly human. Anyone who has quietly gazed into a baby’s eyes, however, can still commune with the angel.
We are also told that many of the clairvoyants and intuitives among us are the product of a kind of arrested development: for some reason, the normal process was interrupted and more of the angel remained with the young child.
Whatever you believe, however, should not affect your receptiveness to the scientific information related to the extreme vulnerability of the psyche of a young child. Until about age six, the brain wave frequencies are different from those of older children. In fact, young children live in a world that is very impressionable.
As adults, we have to be mildly hypnotized to be as susceptible to ideas. What this means for the young child is that they see and process their environment almost like a running videocam on record, if you will, believing whatever is said to them just as though it were all true, every word. And what this means for the adults around them, then, is that we need to be very careful of what we say. No sarcasm, no meanness, no criticism.
If you tell a very young child she or he is anything less than wonderful, actually, your words are taken in like the gospel truth. On a deep level, your words are internalized. So please, adults, be loving and kind to small children. And to everyone in your life, actually. Why would we want anyone to think they are anything other than amazing and wonderful and unique?
Be kind and loving to everyone, then.
Yours in health,