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Here is the scenario. We were sitting in the livingroom eating dinner. My 2 yr old grand baby was sitting in the highchair next to me. Suddenly, she turns around, looks to the kitchen and yells… comeeeeee innnnnnnn. I didn’t think anything of it till she did the same thing 3 more times. Finally I asked her… who are you talking to? She turns to the kitchen, points at it and says something to the affect of… someone or them in the kitchen. I can’t remember her exact words. We already know of the spirit in our house but I’d like to know is the adage true… kids and dawgs can hear things we adults don’t? Plus, do you think she actually heard like knocking or a voice? Thanks, p


“And a little child shall guide them.” Boy, I’m just full of Bible quotes today. Not sure what’s up with that. 😉

Absolutely, children and animals can be guides in spiritual matters. The child-like aspect of ourselves is a powerful presence whenever doing anything spiritual. That’s why the truly spiritual people don’t come across all stuffy, but rather playful.

Anyway, your child may well be able to tell you what’s going on when she’s a bit older, but for the time being it may be hard for her to translate. So it sounds like you have been blessed with a child with psychic sensitivity. At least she’s lucky to have an open-minded mom. Back when we were growing up many of us had parents who interpreted this stuff as either insane or evil. The sooner she gets a good spirit guide (aka guardian angel, aka imaginary friend) she can trust, the better. Patience and acceptance are the best things you can give her.

Blessings to your whole family.

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