posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 08:40 AM
Well I'm a different category. Either way, she is influencing her children with her beliefs, and either way, her belief isnt what will be reality
once she crosses over.
Because this is just a simulated reality, and have had nothing but lifelong proof. Wish for song birds, next morning they're there, yearn for sun,
it comes, depressed and crying, and suddenly contact with Guides and Family who uplift you until your crying with relief and happiness, telling you to
be gentle with yourself and others and use humor, not strict discipline with the kids when they act up, relax, and at that very moment the sun cuts
through mile thick cloud that has been raining on us for days, to light up the entire valley. Not to mention my own memories, and miles of things
that could be said. I don't lack faith, but I don't believe in any religious house or deck of cards, though some of the things in Christianity and
Buddhism and some of the teachings in the Vedas and around the world.
My problem is how to do you give your children faith and spirituality in a world like this, when I can't personally take them to church and dont like
the corrput PTB and even often satanic leaders of the churches, and what not, and I do pay attention to the rings and the cars and the liscence
So I put pictures up of Christ Yeshua, and tell them about their spirits, and get them to pray and meditate, and already my youngest when he had a
head bang, and dizziness, and was asking for prayers, it got better with them.
I teach them to reach higher than the religions, to see through that, yet the message of Christ whether he was real or not is the right one.
My second oldest started attending youth himself and prays, he's 13 and he was giving quiet thanks for his meals yesterday. This is in a house where
I don't take them to Church.
But they're older brother had an nde as well, and they're not being raised without God or as atheists, either, they're being raised to believe
earth is a test, and we're supposed to grow our love and uncover our talents, to help others, and that we're supposed to not fight, not take but
give instead, strive to be the peace maker.
I've had the experience of my second youngest angry and upset, taking off one evening, and no one could find him, so I laid down and meditated and
held him in my heart in a heart chakra meditation, seeking to feel as he did, remembering his smiles and what made him happy, and then within a couple
minutes, he was home, hugging me and climbed into bed with me to sleep that night.
Daily miracles and working at teaching kids spirituality without religion and PTB traps, is my challenge,and trying to get kids to experience, seek to
connect and know the reality, themselves, not tell them. That they can keep their own journals and take notes on life.
Any way you do this, you imparting your own views, by the way, so is she.