Guiding the Transformation of Wounded Energies in Children by Susan A. Haid, author, Lily’s Truth

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November 4, 2014 by Angel Pricer

True and timely, as my youngest met with those “internal energies of anger and pain” on the playground last week, resulting in a mild concussion and a sense of deep emotional betrayal. Opening and offering my Self as a resource at school yet again in the hopes that this “high art” of conscious parenting and adult support becomes more pervasive than the unconscious acts of aggression and punitive measures currently at play.

Parenting Sessions

Convention would say that a playground is a place of games, a place of delightful little children running gleefully about without a care in the world. Although there may be some truth to this, in essence, the playground is a place of dramatic energy exchange, the undertones of which are often not-so-playful. Much of the time, the playful nature of a child is a vehicle for grand expression and joyful expansion through the senses. This is where Creatorship begins, through play and experimentation.

The consciousness of a child is a compilation of unseen structures that emerge into physical reality that now must be filtered through this thing we refer to as the mind. What ensues is a set of responses or reactions to a given set of circumstances that feed or reinforce the mindset of the child. Beliefs and ideas concerning reality are innate within the being from birth. The…

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One thought on “Guiding the Transformation of Wounded Energies in Children by Susan A. Haid, author, Lily’s Truth

  1. Thank you for re-posting my post! I love your blog, also. I will be following your wisdom. And thank you for being in the world!

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