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How Can I Improve My Relationship with My Son and His Anger?

This post answers questions for The Council from an anonymous reader who asks how she can improve her relationship with her 5-year old son who’s quick to anger. Anonymous says she tries to meet her son’s anger with patience and love, but she’s burning out.

The Council says this is a difficult journey for Anonymous. The soul of her son planned to come in with a lot of anger and have this anger most of his life. The meanness and violence he can show is something that’s been agreed to in spirit by the people he comes in contact with. And her son chose to be this way to teach the people around him how to show gentleness and kindness when they’re affected by someone like him.

The Council recommends spending a lot of one on one time with her son.

Her son has chosen music to make him feel better and The Council recommends she play music for him, particularly classical music like Beethoven and particularly at night before bed, and have him create movement to this music. This should help him deal with his anger. And The Council advises trying to keep him in small groups rather than larger ones.

Learn to be kind and gentle with your son’s behavior, but teach him what’s acceptable behavior and always show that you’re loving him. You may not approve of his actions or words, but inside there’s a very brave soul that wants to be accepted and also taught how to be.

The Council repeats that her son’s behavior was agreed to in spirit and asks her not to become upset with him. He wants to learn about frustration and not being understood, and then being understood by people who are capable of teaching him.

Part of her son’s brain will have a difficult time understanding what he’s being taught because he’ll be overcome with feelings of frustration. When this happens she must remember this is her lesson also and she must learn how to handle his feelings. This is a new experience for her that was also agreed to in spirit.

The Council recommends Anonymous meditate and find time for herself. They add that counseling for her to help deal with her son may be necessary. And they also recommend reading books on past lives to learn about difficult lessons and challenges . This lesson touches everyone in the family because everyone wanted to bring love into this reality no matter how difficult it was.

Anonymous asks what she and her son are here to teach each other in this lifetime? The Council says her son is confused and this will bring on outbursts and behavior that’s unacceptable. When his behavior isn’t acceptable, it’s good for whoever’s with him to talk about this with him and how there are more acceptable ways of handling his frustration rather than with outbursts or being mean. Explain, in very short sentences, how your son can change his behavior.

Anonymous says she’s begun to think of her son as mean, and even though she realizes this is unfair and unhelpful, it’s difficult for her to find evidence to the contrary. The Council says it’s not horrible that Anonymous notices her son is mean. This is exactly what she is supposed to be doing. When this happens, talk to your son about his behavior and teach him more desirable ways to get what he wants. This is what’s needed.

The Council suggests hand holding and touch will become important to her son. Go slowly. As you take the time, you’ll see progress. It’s an important lesson for everyone around your son to become kinder and more understanding. As this occurs you’ll begin to see positive changes because everyone that volunteered for this lesson will be learning.

In closing The Council encouraged us to keep up our good work, to which Bob replied that we’ll try. The Council laughed and quoted a great spiritual teacher (Yoda from the Star Wars movies) who says, “There is no try, there is only do.” And they add they will help us do.

Listen to our entire 10-minute session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Anonymous and the rest of us on ways to help deal with a child’s anger, and let us know how you feel about it.

April 25, 2018 Posted by | Agreement, Audio Content, Challenges, Channeling, Feelings, Love, Other Lifetimes, Pre-Incarnation Planning, Questions & Answers | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Why Someone Would Choose to be Born with a Cognitive Disability

This post answers Pakt’s question for The Council about why someone would choose to be born with a cognitive disability. She works in a classroom with students who have these disabilities and read that people with Down Syndrome committed suicide in another lifetime.

The Council says people can choose a cognitive disability just for the experience and to understand what this feels like. In another lifetime if someone they knew had this disability and they didn’t show understanding and love, perhaps they’d choose to experience it in this lifetime and to see if they can bring love into it.

And sometimes people will choose a cognitive disability to teach the people around them about this disability. They do not choose to experience a cognitive disability because they’ve committed suicide in another lifetime.

Pakt says she always thought people choose to experience a cognitive disability so the rest of us can learn from these people as opposed to these people learning a lesson. The Council says these people with disabilities also learn. When we choose different experiences, whether they are happy ones or challenging ones, we also choose the people that will go through this with us because of what they want to learn and we can help them. But The Council says we always want to learn from having the experience of a cognitive difficulty or some other difficulty. There is a learning on everyone’s part.

Listen to this brief 2-minute recording of our session with The Council to hear all their guidance for Pakt and the rest of us on why someone would choose to experience a cognitive difficulty in this lifetime, and let us know how you feel about it.

April 4, 2018 Posted by | Audio Content, Challenges, Channeling, Helping Others, Other Lifetimes, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Do Extra-Terrestrial Beings Live in Our Solar System?

This post is inspired by questions from a reader named, Kristi, who asks if aliens are real (as in extra-terrestrial beings living in our solar system) and she asks if The Council can tell her about them.

The Council says of course aliens or extra-terrestrial beings are real and some end up here on Earth to learn and some to teach. They are not here to harm us. It’s known that aliens are here, but this is kept very quiet.

Bob asked The Council how we would know when we came across an alien and The Council said many times we wouldn’t know. You usually can’t tell by the way they look because they assume a human form, but you’d feel a difference in their energy. You perceive things you never perceived before when you’re in their presence. They are here to learn from us, to teach us, and to add love to every situation.

Bob asked if Kristi has come in contact with any aliens in this lifetime and The Council said when she was a baby there were two aliens who were her neighbors briefly and teachers that were there to observe. These two aliens had contact with Kristi in another lifetime and there was a shared desire to be allowed to come into this lifetime and observe a child in this reality.

The Council says when we dream about aliens they can assume non-human form, but The Council repeats that when aliens come into our human reality they assume a human form. The Council says some aliens leave evidence that can be found that extra-terrestrials have been here so we can learn there is more than the human form. Crop circles are an example of this.

Listen to our entire 13-minute session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Kristi and the rest of us, and let us know how you feel about it.

October 3, 2017 Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Feelings, Other Lifetimes, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , , , , , | 3 Comments

   

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