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Originally posted by TheOneEyedProphet
I'm also of the idea that if she did not feel any sort of aggression or emotional distress then the being could have meant her no harm.
those beings vibrate in emotions, the way ancient humans and mothers and babies communicate without uttering words.
If it had meant her harm you would be telling us a different tale.
Usually the power of empathy develops in minds that have "the gift", you must know if she is sensible enough to "detect" outward feelings or vibes in people, or situations, sometimes we as adults dismiss these feelings ans nothing more than the power of imagination playing tricks on us, but many lives and uncomfortable situations could be avoided if we just followed our "hunches"
Many parents also dismiss the experiences of the children because they consider them nothing more than imaginary, I greatly admire the way you can speak to her about the outer reaches of our so called "reality"
You should nourish her feelings and her senses with meaningful information, books, movies, music, take her by the hand and explore the hidden side of human experience, I'm sure that both of you and even all of your family will find the results fascinating.
I've had the opportunity of working with gifted children, and many of them develop some sort natural empathy that can bridge the gap between this reality and the myriad of possibilities that exist outside what is believed to be the status quo.
Keep your mind open and your senses aware, if she is reluctant its because of the media programming, and the social attachments that tell us everyday that the extraordinary cant have a place in our everyday lives.
Its her choice in the end of course, but you can help her feel that she has the potential of doing great things when the time comes!