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My Daughter Sees And Senses Spirits


I am just looking for some insight into how to help my daughter with her fear of ghosts. I know it is a normal reaction to be fearful, because I too am frightened when I see things that I can't explain. She often sees images in her minds eye of ghosts, one in particular I believe to be my grandmother who passed several years ago. When she was very young (she is currently 9), approximately 3-4 years old, she had two "imaginary" friends that she used to play with. One was very friendly and sweet and the other was quite mischievous, often causing my daughter to scold it. She no longer sees these two friends, I believe because we moved to a new home, but now she is seeing and hearing other things. She tells me that she often hears voices while she is laying in her room, and that she sees images in her mind. Both of my children stay at home during the day now that school is out for the summer and they will often call me to tell me that they hear noises or that the lights will go on and off by themselves. My husband has zero tolerance for talk of ghosts and doesn't believe they are possible, and he often will dismiss their accounts and scold them for believing in ghosts. I myself know that they exist because I have seen and felt them before, but to keep my husband from becoming upset, I am also forced to tell my children to dismiss them. My question is, I know ghosts are real, my kids know ghosts are real, how do I go about acknowledging their ability to see them without frightening the daylights out of them or irritating my husband. Any suggestions are appreciated.

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seanruss (1 posts)
13 years ago (2010-09-12)
I have always thought that my daughter, now 3 1/2 years old, could see things that we couldn't. Ever since she was a tiny little baby, I can remember seeing her watch a blank corner of the room very intently then suddenly smile and giggle excitedly. I have always asked her if she see's something or someone there, but she always ignores me and won't answer. Yesterday while we were eating dinner, she pointed to a spot in the kitchen and claimed to see a baby there, which we of course could not see. My wife is Chinese and terrified of ghosts, but I wonder if I should be concerned.
LALA222 (2 stories) (42 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-17)
All little kids see things and its normal. They say they see them easyer and quicker and as they get older they might loose there senses or they might become stronger. My father is like your husband. He does not understand what I go through but it will all turn out for the better:) your daughter is strong and her ability is very hard to get. Not everyone has this. Just keep posotive and tell your daughter not to be afraid and to tell you what she see's. If it starts to get bad bring her to someone who speacializes in this like a medium.
Lyra (5 stories) (47 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-14)
Your daughter could try to become 'friends' with the things she's seeing. She could try to explore what they are, who they are, or where they came from. When I was young I was terrified of the things I saw or sensed but eventually attempting to find out who they were calmed me a little. If I'd made stories up in my head or if I sensed what their story was it made me feel more comfortable with the things I'd sensed because I could create stories about them that showed what I sensed was benevolent rather than an evil monster lurking in the closet.

I would just acknowledge what she's sensing and maybe if she wrote it down, that might be a good way to gain understanding or just record what she see's.
trueckl (6 stories) (16 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-13)
I will make sure I tell her that and hopefully put her mind at ease, because she was in my room again last night terrified out of her gourd. I usually have to conduct these discussions when my husband isn't privvy to them. Sad I know, but I have to respect his comfort level as well. He's a patient and very kind man, just not capable of accepting what he cannot tangibly touch or see. Thanks for the info!
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-13)
trueclk cats are not bad. We've had plenty of them and manifesting in an imprint on the bed. They are protection!

Children do send out signals that they wish help. For myself it has been a cat or even a ghost deer, or a deceased family member coming to aid and represent protection, other times its gentle sensations that come directly from my guide showing me she is with me.
trueckl (6 stories) (16 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-12)
Thank you for your feedback! I will definitely be trying some of that, because she can't keep sleeping in my bed until she is 20. I darn near fell over her sleeping on my floor in the middle of the night. My son saw what looked like a cat go into her bedroom, while the three we have were all in the living room by me, so that's all it took to scare the crap out of her for the night. I don't know that she senses the intentions of the spirits, I just know that regardless of their intentions, she is terrified of what she sees.
midnight_darkness (1 stories) (3 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-12)
For Chinese, they believe that children (including me when I was 4. But it has stopped since I turned 13 lucky:)) Even for Chinese, the old believe, when we choose a new house, we would take young children or baby along with us. The reason is because younger children are able to see and hear ghosts (but I still hear them especially when I am talking to my friends haha. The ghost in my house are very very playful and they like making me and my friends freaked out.) Okay, sorry, got distracted:P anyway what I am saying is that young children have a 'gift' so its not suprisings that your daughter have it. I am not trying to be skeptical or anything but a lot of my friends say I am rather sassy so sorry if I am. I gets annoying at times sorry... Even now after 8 years, I still have it and I see ghosts in the middle of the night haha. Try teaching them to control them. By ignoring them or talking to them and kindly ask them to leave them alone (Don't tell them to shout. When ghosts get angry they are nasty. Trust me. I had a bad experience with one of the)
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-11)
I can only hope you will spend some time to gather strenth and speak to your husband about at least turning them over to you and stop getting upset. Possily spend time meditating with an intent to see into the core of his aprehension. He does not have to believe whole heartedly but outright dismissal does scar children.

On guiding your children teach them to try the spirits. Universal law: Ask the spirit it's intent 3 times. It can't lie. Then question the child how they determined the spirit spoke truth.
You've learned by others that there are reasons why spirits are here. Just simply explain there are reasons: such as spirit peoople not aware they passed away, they are afraid, or need to do something before going into the light.

Just tell them some people see ghosts/spirits plus hear and feel them.
Tell them Daddy does not see so he does not understand and doubts. You can explain many Adults get frightened seeing ghosts.
Just reassure them they see because they inherited this ability from mommie.

Read as much as you can on hauntings, protection, shielding, methods for clearing spirits, aka: spirit rescue for your children will have more questions as they hit puberty which is a time of transiton. The more foundation you layed the stronger their foundation.
dit_blanc (16 posts)
13 years ago (2010-08-11)
You don't have to acknowledge them, simply treat them as a game. Why not suggest that your daughter keep a diary of the events and conversations she may have with these 'ghosts' so she can review them when she's older? Suggest questions to ask them like "Are you my spirit guide?". If, in aggregate, the responses make no sense, nothing is lost. But if there is intelligent purpose behind them your daughter may benefit greatly both from the knowledge they impart and from the development of her ability by practise.

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