Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Psychic Kids


What are psychic kids?
They are our children, they are everywhere. 
What can you do to help your psychic kid? 

First figure our if your child is - 

Empathic - Feels Emotions of others

Clairaudience: To hear intuitively past our three dimensional world clearly, hearing those who have passed over, Angels, guides etc.

Claircognizant: "Clear Knowing" those who receive divine guidance/psychic information, and just know that what they know is true. A claircognizant person will not know how they know or how they get information, just that its true.

Clairsentience: The ability to feel or touch objects or persons and receive knowledge about those objects or a person story.

Clairvoyance: To see past our three dimensional world clearly; example ghosts, Angels, Fairies, Spirit Guides etc. For example I see when I am doing readings or a clearing for a person or place. Often when I meet someone I can see guides or attachments.


Those are the basic descriptions or as we call them - 'the Clairs'.

What do you as a parent do after you find out what kind of psychic you child is?
Ask your child what they are seeing, hearing or feeling. Remember your child has not had the experience you have had so descriptions will be from their perception. Ask your child to draw what they are seeing to help explain. 

For Empathic Children - Ask them how they feel, then have the child touch your hand and tell you how you feel. If there are more family members in the house have your child touch each person to figure out how they feel. Your child will start to learn how to discern their own feelings. That is very important for an empath.

Empathic people tend to carry a lot of energy that is not their own. By a child empath understanding they don't need to carry other people 'stuff',helps the child with their own clarity. That is a blessing in itself.

As a parent educate yourself. Take classes that teach intuition and mediumship skills, if your child is allowed bring them with you so you can learn together. 

It is very important that a psychic kid live in a clean and organized enviroment. This is so their energy field stays clear. 

Ghosts love diorganization, messes, hoarding etc. That is what creates the imbalance in households and businesses. 

We always tell psychic kids to keep their rooms clean and assist with cleaning the house for their own sake, it empowers them. 

it is also very important that the psychic kids feel empowered just like the rest of the kids. Their favorite word should be 'why'? 

For the next couple of weeks I will be blogging about psychic kids and how to assist them. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments section. Thanks!

Auriel Grace
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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Angelic Tip of the Day - Allowing



'How can you just allow this person to be the way they are when you know it is not for their highest good?' A question asked by many.

As a little girl I played with a being named Hope. She was what most adults call my invisible friend. However she was visible and very real to me. She is the Archeia Hope, Divine Compliment of Arch Angel Gabriel. 

As I grew older Hope grew older too. She introduced me to another Angel named Faith, Divine Compliment of Arch Angel Micheal. Between the two of them I was able to build a great foundation and connection to my 'Source'.

I saw other beings as well through my childhood. I thought that everyone could see them.

My experiences with Angels have been through out my life and as I grew into adulthood and had my realizations it had a profound affect on me and how I conducted myself. 

I have learned many concepts through my communication with Hope and Faith the one that has had the most influence is allowing. Allowing people to grow, mature and expand. It is hard sometimes to allow people I love go through their growing pains to mature and grow. 

Many times I am told - 'Why didn't you warn me or tell me what to do?' Or my favorite is when I am to blame for others inability to create for themselves.
  
When asked I give advice from what I hear from Angels and Guides. Most of the time the advice from the guides and angels is simple and easy advice to follow. Hope and Faith have helped me to let go of trying to control situations, let go of always 'being right' and allow people to experience their lessons their way. 

One of the lessons an intuitive person learns through their path is to allow others to have their experience. It is theirs to claim. When they are claiming their experience and working through it they can have their own realizations and mature on their own. I am available for them when they are open to receive info from their Guides and Angels. 

Hope and Faith have assisted me through many experiences and helped me find the grace I need to allow others their experiences no matter how heart breaking it is.

Allowing is a great lesson, it is just as great a lesson as forgiveness. 

Auriel Grace










Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Sasquatch, Bigfoot


Sasquatch 

Some years ago I was wandering around the four corners region with my kids trying out different places to live. I was in New Mexico at the time, camping at Los Alamos.

Los Alamos is a very different place. The energy there is quiet, like the whole place is trying to keep a secret. 

The first night we arrived in Los Alamos we camped at Camp May. I think that was the name of the place. Once the sun went down it was the eeriest place I have ever been too. I felt like I was being watch the whole night. The kids needed to rest so me and my dog sat up with the campfire going most of the night. For those of you who like the paranormal and places to visit, go investigate Camp May, I would love to see what you think. 

As soon as the kids woke up, we were out of there.

While we were in the area we decided to check out the Jemez Mountains and the Valles Caldera National Park. The Velles Caldera is spectacular! I really felt the immensity of it when I was standing at the look out. Viewing the Caldera from the lookout I was humbled and awed!

That evening we decided to camp south of the Caldera. New Mexico has some awesome camping areas. Some are dry camps so make sure you have water wherever you camp in New Mexico. 

A shallow stream raced down the valley through ponderosa pine trees and oak brush. It was summertime so it was warm that night. My son put the campfire out and they went to bed in the back of my big black truck. I slept in the tent next to the truck in a tent with my big black dog Bear.

During the night my dog woke me up growling. His hair was standing up on his neck and his tail was bristling. I told him to lay down and be quiet. I wasn't worried because I had packed the food in the truck and thrown the trash in a garbage can away from our campsite.

The Dog would not calm down. He kept growling and tried a couple times to get out of the tent.

Then I heard this sound, it was a screech, howl kind of sound. The sound came from one side of the valley. Then I heard another sound similar to it come from the other side of the valley calling back. I took a breath to calm my heart as it was a sound I have never heard before. Then a third howler, screecher started in and it was closer to where we were camping. I sat up and listened better.

As the screeching howling sound went on I noticed it sounded like a conversation. There were definitely the beings having a conversation. I started petting my dog to calm him down as we sat listening in on this crazy middle of the night conversation. I kept thinking, you always wondered if there were really Sasquatch in the world. 

The next day we packed up after breakfast. I asked the my sons if they had heard anything weird during the night. Of course they didn't. But I believe to this day I was a witness to the nightly conversation of several Sasquatch.

Have you ever had an experience like this? Let me know in the comments!

Auriel Grace

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