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How Will Moving to India Affect My Son’s Education?

This post answers questions for The Council from a reader who goes by the name, Looking For Advice, who asks about the move her family is thinking of making from the USA to India in a few years. She specifically wants to know how the move will affect her 7-year-old son’s education.

The Council says that at this point the most important thing for you to be concerned about is not the education your son will get in school, but the education he gets at home. Your son planned to learn about family, relationships, trust, and confidence in this lifetime.

Do you and the other people around your son support how he thinks? Do you help him with challenges? Do you praise him? This will give him the first learning tools he needs. When your son has the confidence and believes in himself and he goes out into the world when you move, he’ll have these tools he learned at home. It’s important for you to take these steps, which is what you agreed to do in spirit.

When you move to India and you’re concerned the schools aren’t as good as they are in the USA, know that the challenges of the schools in India is what is necessary for your son at this time. Whether your son stays in India or comes back to the USA to study at a university, he’ll know how to handle this situation. He’ll have the experience of two different kinds of education. But The Council specifically emphasizes that the most important education your son receives is the education you give him at home.

Looking For Advice says her son is naturally very creative and is good in math and science. I sometimes feel an education in the USA will be better for appreciating my son’s creative talents in storytelling and coming up with new ideas. The Council says it’s important to help your son appreciate what he’s able to accomplish in anything he desires, and this needs to come from his family and his home.

The Council says preparations for your son’s home education should already be going on. Many parents, for one reason or another, put all the responsibility for their children’s learning on their teachers and their schools. Parents need to realize their children’s education begins at home with the family from a very early age. It’s very important to your son, because of what he wants to learn, that you give him the support, the courage, and the belief in what he wants to do and that he can do this.

Show your son a loving family. Show him that even if there are arguments, they’re worked out peacefully. And when there are disagreements, show your son that love is still there. One person never puts another person down. You allow each person to be who they need to be at that time and they will all grow from this. In allowing you are loving. This is what’s needed.

The Council closes by reiterating that when they are ready to move to India, the educational system there will be exactly what Looking For Advice’s son needs, even if you don’t think the quality of education is as good as the USA.


Listen to the entire 6-minute audio recording of our session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Looking For Advice and the rest of us and let us know what you feel about it, or ask your own question.

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August 7, 2020 Posted by | Agreement, Audio Content, Beliefs, Challenges, Channeling, Love, Questions & Answers | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

What Are My Son’s Gifts, and What Past Lives Do We Share?

This post answers a question for The Council from a reader who goes by the name, LearningSoulSite, who asks how she can help her 5 year old son achieve his potential.

The Council says one of the things they hope LearningSoulSite is doing is reading her son stories and then ask him to make up stories to tell her. He’ll have a great desire to write and the storytelling will help this. He’ll also like to perform in front of others so getting him to speak will encourage him in this area.

LearningSoulSite asks about past lives she and her son or family members may have shared, and if he’s trying to work out something in this lifetime she asks how she can make things easier for him. The Council says she can’t ease anything that needs to be healed between other people.

LearningSoulSite and her son were soldiers and close comrades in World War I and they had a lot of trust in each other in that lifetime. It will be very helpful for her to be as honest with her son as possible and teach him what trust really is. This will bring the bond from the lifetime in WWI to the surface in this lifetime and she’ll be able to have a very close relationship with her son.

The Council says it’s a good idea to continuously praise all children. When they tell you stories that seem silly, ask for more information rather than putting then down and laughing at them. Always show interest in what your son tells you and then share a little of your thoughts and dreams. The more stories you can tell your son the better it will be. You are the teacher and the storyteller while your son is young, and when he’s older you’ll exchange roles and you’ll help him in a career if he continues to choose storytelling as an avocation. And he can be very successful in this career.

The Council says there was also a lifetime in Japan where her son was her father and they fished together a lot and sold the fish in the village. It was a quiet life and when they come together they want to bring in the energy of peace, learning, and trust.

Listen to the entire 5-minute audio recording of our session with The Council (below) to hear the answer to all LearningSoulSite’s questions, and let us know what you feel about it.

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November 13, 2018 Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Helping Others, Other Lifetimes, Questions & Answers, Relationships, Trust | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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