posted on May, 19 2011 @ 03:48 AM
reply to post by sparda4355
I'm.. a bit of a shutterbug, I can tell you what you're looking at right there is in line with a lens flare. The perfectly circular shape and
tapering at the edges is pretty common with reflected light in a lens, usually in bright areas.. to point something out, if you've ever seen
professional cameras and studio cameras, they have a box that surrounds the lens to stop this effect from happening. Auras generally aren't that wide
and generally aren't that uniform in color.
I'm not saying she isn't gifted, everything that you've said so far reminds me a lot of my own youth and that of other sensitives I've met. I'd
be laying down in the back of the car with the rear seats folded down on the frequent trips we made since my mom had to drive all over the state for
her job and I would jolt upright and jerk my head towards any major cemetary we passed, no indication we were near one at all.. couldn't have seen
it, I might have been reading at the time or asleep.. couldn't have known it was coming, often we would take many different routes to different
places... but I always remembered the sound of rushing wind and whispers.. it was like having your hearing flooded with a fast running brook of
distorted speech. Terrified me to no end at the time.
That said, you should get a support system in place for her should she run up against something dangerous or want to learn to control her talents. I
couldn't tell you any books in specific that would help her.. most of the "new age" books I turned to for help when I was younger are utter crap
and were a waste of money. Maybe the community has more to offer in that department, they might have more current reading than I do. It would help
immensely if you had a reliable family friend that's tuned into these kind of things that can just talk to her and help her come to terms with it
rather than pretending she doesn't know anything.
That kind of stress can be really hard on a kid.. and what's worse is if they fall prey to the typical child reaction and start telling people they
see them to feel different and special. You need a kind of moderation, you need to know when to keep your mouth shut and when to speak out subtly and
indirectly about what you've seen with your gifts. I never had that for myself but I've been that for two kids now.. and it helps. It helps them
just to know they aren't alone, to know that it's ok that they see these things, but it's something they need to keep to themselves unless the
person they're talking to has an open mind or is very close to them.
It's all kind of obvious in hindsight.. but you have no idea how big a difference it makes having a friend of the family that they can talk to. It's
like hitting puberty, except nobody around you is going through it. You're scared, you feel alone, different, broken.. you just want to know that
you're ok, that things will be ok, that you're not going crazy. I hope this helps.