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How Can I Parent My Spirited 4-Year Old Son?

This post answers questions from a reader named, Kati, who’s having difficulty parenting her spirited 4-year old son. He’s a loving and sweet child with a wise old soul, but his ultra-Ares spiritedness has left her and her husband at a loss as to handling his intense energy. His constant chatter and volume are stage-worthy.

The Council says Kati’s comment about her son’s behavior being stage-worthy is interesting because in this lifetime he’ll have an interest in acting and a desire to project his voice.

Kati says as introverts, she and her husband often find themselves overwhelmed by their son, and then feel bad for trying to quiet him down and contain his fireryness. We don’t want to dampen his spirit, but we’re afraid we’re doing just that.

The Council advises Kati to take her son to plays and read books she can act out roles with him. He should enjoy this very much and it will calm him down because spiritually he’s going towards the path he intended in this lifetime.

The Council says the reason for Kati’s son’s outspokenness is that in a past life he was put in prison for speaking out his beliefs. In his current lifetime his spirit wants to speak out any way he can find to be heard, and know the experience of what this feels like emotionally. The direction this desire will take him depends on what Kati and her husband do with him.

If you’re interested in politics, then show your son about debating. If you’re interested in teaching, bring him to workshops where people are teaching what they’ve learned and are sharing their experiences. You can also take him to live situations where there’s acting or performing. As he experiences all of this, he’ll be able to make a clearer choice of the direction he wants to go in.

The Council says the role-playing and speaking about different topics that are going on in the world when your son is ready may be difficult for Kati and her husband, but it will serve to bring them out of their introversion. You are learning to talk about your ideas and feelings to your son and you are all growing. It’s not that you are there just to help your son experience what he wants and to grow. In the role your son has chosen, he will force you to grow and experience life differently, so expect some wonderful changes.

Listen to the entire 6-minute audio recording of our session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Kati and the rest of us, and let us know what you feel about it.

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October 8, 2018 - Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Other Lifetimes, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Thank you so much for responding to my question!! It was quite helpful and very enlightening!
    -Kati

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Kati | October 8, 2018 | Reply


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