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Originally posted by kosmicjack
I would like more input on this. Let's assume, for the sake of discussion, that it may be a pre-conscious memory or a perception of current group consciousness.
Should these feelings or conversations be encouraged, discouraged, or just ignored all together? My aim is strictly for a happy, well-adjusted and thriving child, so I tend to think I should just listen. However, I don't want to deny or supress any feelings or naturally occurring ability.
Maybe he's been reincarnated from someone who was in one of the towers when they collapsed. I.E, Bad feeling in the belly being similar to the feeling of falling. Just throwing that out there, I have no particular belief in reincarnation.
Originally posted by frayed1
I am also curious.......has your son had a chance to ride an elevator?? The 'sinking' feeling of falling ( that zero gravity moment ) whether in a collapsing building, moving ferris wheel, or descending elevator should be somewhat similar.......you might be able to use an elevator ride to discuss the subject casually. But.....
If he's not familiar with elevators yet, you might find that he has an 'intense dislike' of that falling feeling as soon as he experiences it....be ready for that.