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Kids Who See Ghosts: How to Guide Them Through Fear

Kids Who See Ghosts: How to Guide Them Through Fear [Kindle Edition]

Caron B. Goode

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Is my child psychic? Do all psychic children see ghosts? Are stress and seeing ghosts related? How can we help them not be afraid?

Kids Who Sees Ghosts takes an up close and personal look at kids who see ghosts, the parents who want to help them, the science of perception, and how kids are affected, to answer these questions and offer real tools and guidance. Many children and parents are afraid, some to the point of physical illness. Cautious and concerned parents worry for their children's fears and educate themselves on how to handle the situation. But Goode teaches that it doesn't matter whether parents believe in ghosts to know how to help children through frightening experiences.

Bridging the gap from mainstream to the nonphysical, Goode challenges readers to open their minds for the journey through ghost tales and to learn empowerment strategies for their kids. From shamans to psychics to skeptics, Kids Who See Ghosts offers a wide range of viewpoints to from such notables as Lynn Andrews, Bruce Lipton, Brad Steiger, P.M.H. Atwater, and Donna Seebo, and includes questionnaires for parents, and practical exercises and activities to address fear in a child-friendly manner and teach parents how to:

* Use exceptional thinking to break through fears

* Start the right conversations early

* Overcome restrictive thinking


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1648 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: Weiser Books; Auflage: 1 (1. Juni 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B003I85P6U
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #623.587 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must buy 23. Mai 2010
Von Kristin Franco - Veröffentlicht auf
From the time my son was an infant, he would gaze into the empty spaces of his room- pointing and babbling. I am not sure what he sees, but it is clear that he sees something. Call it a ghost, spirit, or angel- there is a presence that engages him from time to time. Although he was not fearful as an infant, he now requests his closet door to be closed because of the "monsters". Whether he is really seeing something or simply engaged in his imagination, I searched for tools to help guide him through what he was feeling and find solutions. Kids who see Ghosts helped to provide insight into children's experiences from several points of view. There were several solutions that worked for us -- I highly recommend this book for parents searching for tools to help their children cope. Whether you believe in ghosts or not-- the content of the book offers valuable insight and guidance.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Two Must Haves!!!! 21. Mai 2011
Von Mark Twain "Mary" - Veröffentlicht auf
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Kids Who See Ghosts and Raising Intuitive Children are priceless gems in the wide array of books about children on the market today......for both educators and parents, because they address very real realities in the lives of children everywhere. As an educator for many years, I have had many children in my classroom who have intuitive abilities, and also children who see ghosts. However, in my master's education to become a teacher, I had no training in how to support these children, because these gifts were not recognized; they were instead misunderstood, feared, judged as wrong and in some cases even judged as evil. This closed mindset still operates today in the vast majority of our schools. Yet, people everywhere are waking up to embracing much more vast potentials for humanity, and these are manifesting on the planet, in the lives of both children and adults.
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
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2.0 von 5 Sternen a little out there 23. Januar 2011
Von themanfour - Veröffentlicht auf
My Grandson has seen spirits since he was 2yrs old and I have done a lot of research to help him with this. I was excited to see that someone had finally put a book together on the subject. I was highly disappointed. The information was scattered and out of text. I beleive in the spirit world but some of the stuff was just a little out there. This book could have been written better. Very disappointed.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Reaching Out to Parents & Relating to Kids Who See Ghosts 26. September 2010
Von Melissa Peil - Veröffentlicht auf
This book is great to learn that as a child who grew up feeling different and seeing things, I wasn't alone. Many of the experiences that are shared in this book spoke to me, and it helped me see what more we can do to help children of today's generation be more accepted.

This book helps to educate parents how to handle "strange" situations with their kids, to be open-minded, and to let them know there are others like them. The tips given in this book are wonderful because Caron Goode approaches it as if someone knew nothing about raising an intuitive child. Most parents don't know what to do once it's discovered their child is different...and this book is essential in helping out someone who is starting from scratch.

As a psychic/medium/teacher who works with psychic children, I also learned a few things from this book. I highly recommend you read it. It'll help ease your mind and let you know all the ways you can help your child be the best person he or she can be. :-) Enjoy!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Thank you 10. Juni 2010
Von S. K. Harrell - Veröffentlicht auf
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As an adult who saw spirits as a child, and now works as a neoshaman with kids and adults who sees spirits, I was very excited by this book. I don't use the word "ghost." I find it charged, conjuring a set images of the spirit world that are usually inaccurate, certainly incomplete. Goode touches on this limitation, using various terms meaning 'spirits' interchangeably, elaborating well on the spectrum of what it is to have an intuitive, spiritual experience. Some of Goode's information on spirits is a bit stodgy and linear for my taste, with assertions such as, ghosts are "deiform spirits from ancient times who manifest around ruins," and the general need to apply a taxonomy to something that will remain a lifelong work in progress. Still, she has made it her job to supply a guideline to people who need help processing and supporting experiences possibly outside their belief system, and by breaking it down into relatable terms, she provides exactly that.

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.
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It is better for tweens and teens to learn to send out love, but also not to invite the negative to them, either through thinking, "I've got all these super powers" or "I'm the greatest here." &quote;
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