Q. Dear Lynn, my toddler grandson is being bothered by ‘visitors’ and his psychic mum and I can see them some of the time, but not to the extent he can. Can you give guidance, as a mother and psychic medium and RVer, of how we can guide our children through this passage when most of the time adults can’t verify what the child see or indeed do much about them? Thanks for everything!
A. I first get that it is great that you are validating what your grandson is seeing because many times out of fear or lack of understanding, adults will tell young children (who are very in tune because their rational minds aren’t fully developed) that the spirits they see are “imaginary” or not real, when in fact they are very real. Just because something isn’t understood (spirit or otherwise) it isn’t fair to the person experiencing it to be led astray until the concept is really analyzed.
I next get to talk openly. Let them know to not approach this with fear, it is actually a gift. Most spirits are here to help or are neutral, but occasionally you will have one that is bothersome in which case you need to set protection (through mental intent) and tell it to leave (mentally or out loud). A spirit should never cause negative emotions or act in a negative way – That is grounds for you to tell it to leave immediately!!
Explain to your grandson that our minds are very powerful, and spirit will do what we tell it to do (as long as we believe what we are saying). We can set boundaries such as “you are allowed to be here, but you must stay outside of my bedroom.” Or, you can tell a spirit to leave by saying “you need to go to where you are better served” (realizing that energy can be moved but not created or destroyed). Try to keep phrases in the positive and use clear and concise language (avoid saying no, don’t, shouldn’t, etc).
I further see this broken out like a list.
1. Acknowledge what is happening
2. Embrace the gift and avoid fear or fearful language.
3. Set protection (mental intent and envisioning white light is very powerful).
4. Determine if there is any harm being done (emotions or behavior) as a result. If so tell it to leave IMMEDIATELY. If not, you can set boundaries.
5. Keep an ongoing discussion and allow the gift to grow.
And that is all I have for this reading. (I can address questions in comments.) Thank you. Love and light-