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Kids Who See Ghosts: How to Guide Them Through Fear Paperback – June 1, 2010
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About the Author
- Item Weight : 10.2 ounces
- Paperback : 224 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1578634725
- ISBN-13 : 978-1578634729
- Dimensions : 5.58 x 0.66 x 8.5 inches
- Publisher : Weiser Books; 1st edition (June 1, 2010)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #419,090 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Kids Who See Ghosts and Raising Intuitive Children will open your understanding regarding children's natural intuitive abilities, and will let you know many ways to support the children in understanding and valuing themselves and who they are. There are many specifics in each book so that you will be able to recognize a child who is, for example, a creative intuitive, or an emotional intuitive, or how to support a child who is seeing ghosts.
In my opinion, every parent and educator would do well to read these books, and to go on to honor, nurture and help children understand and embrace whatever is their own uniqueness.
Thank you, Caron Goode, and Tara Paterson, for writing these books! A welcome river of light to help open consciousness.........
Mary Austin Gilfoyle, parent and educator
She states that the purpose of the book is to "bridge the gap between the mainstream minds and the psychic minds," and she succeeds at doing just that. Goode offers two core suggestions: listen and believe. That really is all one needs to know, though she gives clear insight into how to support children who have fantastic experiences, and how to bolster when they have frightening ones. Better still, Goode addresses the fact that how children react to their experiences is in direct reaction to how parents react. To that end, she gives good instruction on how to cull outmoded thinking on intuition and spirits, how to process paranormal experiences parents may have had in childhood (and reactions to them), and how to integrate this full support into relating to an overculture that rejects it.
Something else that gave me pause is that Goode focuses on seeing, the literal sense of having a vision of a spirit, which is also a limiting and somewhat damaging perspective. In my work, most clients expect to see spirits, and when they merely hear or sense them are let down. This pattern sets up more layers of self-defeating behaviour that must be resolved at some point in the evolution of soul seeker. I'd like for Goode to have validated other senses of perception more.
The need for such a book is vital, and I'm very pleased with Goode's work. She's a visionary for seeing the need, let alone for filling it so well. I highly recommend this book to parents, for their children, and for adults, themselves. I will definitely recommend it to my clients.