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Does My Daughter Have Abilities?


My daughter who is 11 years old called me in the bathroom one day while taking her shower, she was terrified and said someone turned off the water while she was still showering, I go into the bathroom as quick as I can and she was right the shower handle was set in off position, when she never turned it off still in the middle of her shower this frightened her terribly that she didn't want to get back in the tub. I then check the shower handle and turned the water back on. Well there was no water to speak of not a drop, I said to her if she turned the water off and replied "NO" she wasn't done! I had to turn the handle and try again for a minute or two and it finally came back on but in the on position there was no water. This never happened before and we never had problems with plumbing or any water problems in 13 years living in my house. I can't help to wonder if she had something to do with this matter, if she made this happen on her own. It made me feel creepy at the time, because there was no reason for it, also because she didn't want to take her shower was pestering me about her shower that day. She also feels and sometimes can see spirits, once she said mom I don't want to take our puppy outside to make his business because she felt a bigger animal a dog was present on our street that may harm our puppy that she adored much, little did we know we went outside and saw a larger dog "douberment pincher" she was correct on her feelings. Driving at night in our car she mentioned she saw a boy falling from a balcony of a house while passing through our neighborhood. Not sure what is going on but I think she has abilities of some kind.

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martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
12 years ago (2012-07-31)
not sure, what its called... But why when I flick my fingernail and makes that clicking sound, does my daughter feel pain in her wrist a lot of pain, she brought it to my attention right away and said please stop doing that with your fingernail it hurts bad! Why does she feel severe pain? When I stopped she had no pain. This isn't common, feel free to post! Need answers... 😕
martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
12 years ago (2012-03-29)
PathR, sorry for the mix-up my latest comment above yours was meant for you, thanks for your support!
martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
12 years ago (2012-03-29)
PEMe, thanks for some advice, so you understand having a child who is like this shes in fith grade and the kids tell me at school is that she doesn't talk only to certain children like her best friends but very vocal at home, anyways playing games we have done, by gathering up some toys then guessing what I am holding without her seeing it... Fun for both of us! Also ESP game: I'm thinking of a color or number, what is it? Not looking forward to the puberty thing. (laugh) also she always feels that shes being watched in her room at night and needs to sleep in dim lighting never ever in the dark.
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
12 years ago (2012-03-29)
Children can gently be encouraged by playing games.
As using the old deck of cards with Old maid.
Even a regular deck of cards-color symbol, number. A cars-make, color, or movies/shows:who is the bad guy, who wins,
How it ends. Phone/Front door: rings ask her who do you think it is?

If she's open to Yoga get a tape and do it with her
This will help with her chakras.
Learning the breath work will clear her mind and
Emotions which also helps to open up.
Asley Judd starting doing Yoga just using a book,
She was either 11 or 12 years old and has kept it

You could keep your meditation and read books
To help answer her question as support.
Add protection to your home and apply shielding,
When she ask more questions just feed it to her.

I have a daughter all grown at 31 years of age,
She was as you described quite introverted.
But a silent strong willed which will go far in life.

As for spiritual matters
I always encouraged my two girls.
And the eldest I am speaking sees. In her own timing
I have gently spoken to her to learn how to cope with them in her own way.
She's aware of our traits, since my mind is wired
Just like her. Not uncommon in families.

I do understand it is hard for people reading to
Experience guides can and do move things around.
I can only speak the truth I have lived.

Guides do come in our dreams and their language can
Be understood by seeing the repetitive thems, and
Impressions they bring across.
Sometimes it is as simple as a love of a certain
Animal that brings a feeling of safety.
Other times it unfolds though necessity in situations
Of hard times or life threating scenarios.
martha (5 stories) (89 posts)
12 years ago (2012-03-28)
ok, thanks your input was greatly helpful! I heard of puberty and abilities. I do encourage her but in a gentle manner because shes not a typical 11 year old, shes very sensitive but head strong and is known to have selective mutism, was always a very low key and shy out in the public but not around family. Only in certain situations she shows her true colors once really comfortable. She was always painfully shy since a toddler and got worse as she grew older. I am glad you mentioned her guide ause it does fit the puzzle 😊
PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
12 years ago (2012-03-28)
martha yes it sounds like your daughter has abilities.
Precognitive, and gut instinct.
Normally children start opening up around the time
Of puberty. In us due to the hormones some children
Open up at 10 years old.
Puberty is right of passage into adulthood.

I do not feel as if the turning off of the water was
Your daughter.
It actually feels like her guide.

If she is open she should be encouraged.

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