Psychic Protection Tip #39
Psychic Children Tip #1
“Back to School”
This psychic protection tip is for all of us who either have children, teach children, are in any way responsible for children, or have someone in our lives that we feel responsible for in the way a parent does for a child.
In other words, it’s for all of us.
Some things are best explained by example, so I am going to give you a real life example right now, to explain what NOT to do when trying to protect someone you love and care for, and feel responsible for – especially your child.
My good friend is very psychic, and although she doesn’t work in the psychic field, she uses her psychic skills everyday in everything she does. So it is perfectly understandable that her young daughter is also very psychic, being born to a family where intuition is openly understood and used.
From the time her daughter was born my friend protected the little one by surrounding her constantly with white light, and putting her in an ‘Energy Balloon’ whenever they went out. She was very cautious about who she let hold or play with her daughter.
This certainly sounded like good psychic-parenting to me!
When her little girl started school my girlfriend was impressed with the pictures she drew that the teacher showed her. When she drew her family of stick figures mom, dad, the little girl herself, and even the whole house were individually surrounded by rainbows. No matter what pictures she was asked to draw all of these figures were always circled. It was apparent that my friend’s little girl was totally aware of the protection her mother psychically placed around all her loved ones. My girlfriend was happy about that. She felt this was good psychic-mothering.
Then came the day that my friend got a job of her own, that took all of her attention during the days. She stopped putting her child in her protective bubble every day before school. Her little daughter was now six years old. She was old enough for her mom to go back to work, so she assumed she was also old enough to get along without that. The child’s grades dropped severely. She began to daydream through her classes, and in fact, the teacher started to recommend the child for special classes, fearing autism. My friend thought all this was her daughter reacting to her not being so readily available anymore, and figured she would grow out of all this, with help from the school.
Then one day my friend got an urgent call from the teacher. Her little girl had been delayed leaving the classroom to go to the lunchroom that was a few hundred feet down the hall. She’d been there hundreds of times before but always in her mother’s protective bubble. This time there was no protective bubble, and there were no other children to follow. The teacher found her standing paralyzed in the middle of the hallway. In a panic, my friend immediately threw a psychic protection shield around her daughter – and immediately the little girl was fine, waking as if from a trance. The teacher was baffled. But my friend knew exactly what had happened.
By over-protecting her daughter all those years she had prevented her child’s natural protections and defenses from developing. She now had two choices. One was to go on protecting her daughter daily for the rest of her own life. She realized that was unacceptable as she would surely leave this world before her daughter and eventually would leave her unprotected anyway, and between now and that time her daughter could certainly not live a normal life. The second choice was to teach her daughter to protect herself using all the tools and techniques she’d been using herself, now necessary because her daughter had no natural defenses.
It took time and patience, but eventually my friend succeeded in training her daughter psychically, so that she was energetically able to regenerate her own energy and also protect herself from unwanted energetic influence as well. In the beginning she had her daughter work with tools like crystals and the Zero-Point pendant I sell on my website. Having a physical focus was helpful.
Your take-away from this story is simple. When you over-protect your child or anyone or anything else that you love and feel responsible for, you are ultimately causing severe harm to that person or thing. Instead, make a point of teaching your loved one to protect themselves, giving them tools that will be of life-long benefit to them. And don’t be afraid to let them learn in the school of hard knocks. Life has a way of teaching us the best protection we will need for ourselves as we live through the life path we have chosen and created for ourselves.