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Serena My Daughter Feels She Is Being Watched


I know this is suppose to be personal experiences but my daughter is only 12. She always feels as though she is being watched, sometimes so intensely that is awakened at odd hours. She hates showers and refuses to shower without someone sitting on the stool near her. My great-grandmother was a "seer" and each of her grandchildren have some small ability but I am at my wits end trying to figure out how to help her. I have stood with her in the bathroom and said plainly "this is my private area please do not watch me here" but still no help. She has said she has seen my grandfather full bodied but he passed before I was born. This has been going on for years I feel so helpless asa mother. I know of somethings but I am limited I have an aunt who see's a certain animal before family members pass, my mother has some intuition and I myself felt this way as a child but when I said to stop or that I didn't want to see them I wouldn't anymore.

Any real help would be much appreciated as I don't know what more I can do for her. I know she is feeling lost and alone we have been to therapy thinking maybe some disorder but it hasn't helped any at all.

I don't know what else to put it says I must have 1500 words but this problem is quite blunt and to the point. I am really looking for some advice as I have no where else left to turn. I am hoping someone on this site will be able to give some ideas to either develop her to a point manageable for her or just ease her mind she is not alone. Thank you all for reading this and hopefully understanding it. It is 1:30 am here just after an episode.

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Vendetta3 (guest)
11 years ago (2013-03-31)
This is very common for psychics with the ability to see the dead, but I understand the concern you have, as your daughter is so young. There are things you can do, definitely, the main one being what Fossilera said, shielding.

I'd like to converse with you in more detail over email if that's okay. Please send me a message at VendettaSiblings [at]

KitKatGurl (2 stories) (19 posts)
11 years ago (2013-03-27)
I have been watched too. I know what your daughter is going through, I've been there. I was very young when I was haunted by the spirit of a murderer, who watched me day to day intently. He scared me very much. But I didn't know that YOU have the power. I've told spirits to leave, and it has worked. If you need to, tell the spirits that it is YOUR home, and that you want them to leave. If that doesn't work, try and get your daughter to ignore them. They may take the hint and leave. When I was a child, the spirit frightened me very much, and I used to imagine having my guardian angel there who stood in front of the places I was afraid to go near.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
11 years ago (2013-03-18)
Hi Mothergrimm...
I can relate to what you are going through. All 3 of my boys have seen, although my oldest and youngest are the most open to it as well as me. Even though I am older, I still struggle with answers to some of this. I think my religion makes me want to turn away from it, even though "they" don't always allow me to. Like my son, I'm glad your daughter is able to confide in you with all this because I didn't have the support with this that I needed when I was young. Number one... Continue to be patient with her. This is not an easy thing to go through. Imagine... Our children are trying to learn about the world we live in on top of a world most do not even realise is there or want to know is there. Dealing with a few demons has taught me a few things... You have to be strong and find faith in God, no matter what religion you are in. God is the only one who can protect us, includeing the rights he has given us to protect ourselves along this long path. You can help her by finding something that brings her comfort during the times these beings show themselves to her. Prayer has been helpful for me and my youngest. I have my son envision seeing Jesus while we pray which helps him feel stronger and less afraid. Another thing you can do is use insense or burn sage before she takes a shower. Go through the bathroom and wave the smoke in around the room and make sure to hit every corner where they like to hide out. Grounding herself and envisioning herself surrounding by white light, like those above have explained, or envision a wall surrounding her completely. When or if she prays, tell her to pray from her heart, meaning every word she speaks. When something bothers her, she needs to tell it to leave her alone firmly, without being angry, like she means it. I made sure my son knew that God is stronger and greater than any other spirit and having God in his heart and speaking firmly with mention of God, nothing can hurt him. That brings him comfort. I hope this will be of some help. God Bless you and your family.
Anaelyssa (1 stories) (135 posts)
11 years ago (2013-03-14)
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

I'd like to confirm the shielding recommendation.

As for praying, even if you and your daughter don't belong to a specific religion, you can still pray. You could also ask her Holy Guardian Angel or her spirit guides for protection.

You could try psychically cleansing the house. Burning some incense like frankincense might work.

You could likely look up more cleansing and protecting techniques on various spiritual, occult, or Wicca forums.

There's also a possibility that you could try reasoning with the spirits. Explain to them that they're making you uncomfortable and would prefer that they leave or stay out of the way.

I think the best way to deal with this would be the way that you would naturally deal with something that's bothering you. My personal response would be "the #%$* are you doing on my territory? Get the $^%& out or tell me what your business here is!" What would YOU tell a stranger that randomly walked into your house and was staying there without permission? Do you chase them out with a broom? Do you try to reason with them? Do you call the authorities?

Love is the law, love under will.
fossilera (4 stories) (124 posts)
11 years ago (2013-03-13)

If your daughter is "open-minded" - you may want to have her try a concept known as "shielding" - it's called this because it essentially creates a barrier between you & the spirits, or unwanted attention.

If she's of one of the "faiths" (Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, etc), then praying may be effective as well.

These steps are for a basic variant of the "White Light" shield, which anyone should be able to do.

1. Take a couple deep breaths until you are somewhat relaxed.

2. Start to visualize, or picture in your mind, that around you is a calming, white light (it doesn't have to be white - make it your favorite color if you want).

3. If you find this difficult, then try using other forms of imagery. For example, try to FEEL the warmth of the rays of light streaming off you, or try to HEAR the sound of the liquid light flowing around you, SMELL the light (use a scent you know best).

The point of the above paragraph is that "it's the thought that counts" - You can create a shield without ever seeing it, so long as you believe it's there.

Or, don't even use light at all - Make it something that your daughter can picture easier. In your daughter's case, I'd recommend picturing a mirror facing away from her (meaning that any eye's on her only see themselves).

Also, ignoring the presence can also help - Granted, it can be hard taking a shower when all you feel is eyes, but at some point the "thing" watching her will take a hint & leave.

Hope this helps a little, and if you have other questions - Feel free to ask them here, or privately in my email if you prefer.


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