I have been able to see and hear spirits since my childhood and i have never had an major issue with them. Although not all spirits were exactly friendly. I have 2 daughters who can see them and hear them as well, My 12 year old is really fine with it and is more like me just goes with the flow. However im having an issue with my 9 year old adult spirits totally freaks her out and scares her at times. I have tried to talk to her, comfort her and even spent many of nights hanging out in her room. She is only ok with spirits of children, Any advice?
Maybe giving her some personal wards would help? But if it's just the fact that they are adults that freak her out, and they aren't malicious, then you'll just have to coax her into understanding they're just "big kids" lol You could always consult a clairaudient/voyant shaman too, just to be safe.
By: spiritwolf Moderator / Knowledgeable Feb 21, 2013
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i would call on your guides to stand with your daughters guides and let them know shes not ready yet, the spirit world will back off till shes older but she must let them know she wants to wait till shes older or they will keep calling, when we are open the the spirit world we shine a beacon of light this can also be switched off or close down till shes either in her teens or until shes an adult but the choice must be hers x, i hope this helps and if you need any more advice feel free to mail me
Look under white magic and calming spells there should be a spell that makes a child stop being afraid of the dark. I can see them sometimes in the corner of my eyes rare to see in front of me, but they dissapear when I blink. Maybe your child is afraid of the dark spirits. Those are the one's I am afraid to see in the corner of my eyes. Maybe get her a night light or let her sleep with the lights on. I talked to my spirit guid one night he said to stay out of the shadows and in betweens.
Remember that if she is not comfortable she shouldn't have to continue - It may seem harsh to you as you have understood your gift since childhood but maybe ask her if she wants the gift? If not it may be a case of protecting her from it!
Thank you everyone for all the advice, Sometimes it helps to seek advice from outside the box. I have asked her if she wants to continue she says however i may think she only wants to because she is very advanced in other ways to her older sister and this is just one more thing she shares of common competitve ground ugh! siblings.I know that there has been dark shadows around the house but i am usually the one to deal with them. When my girls see something thats uncomfortable to them my oldest will always ask them to state their purpose, My youngest just screams. I will speak to her about possibly temporarily closing it off so maybe she can find some peace.
thank you all!
Funny you mentioned the last part. I have had to protect her quite a bit couple years ago and than i had to seek help with her. Even after all that happened she still chose to want to do this, But it is frustrating for me at times and very tiring.