A few weeks ago, Little Man and I had a particularly difficult morning. I wrote about it here: Push Me Pull You. While I was struggling to deal with the situation, I decided to ask The Council for their wisdom. Bob and Cynthia have a blog that is full of people’s questions and the advice that Cynthia brings through from The Council to help these people reach a higher level of understanding. The Council came through for me on this one in a very big way.
This post is inspired by a question from Susan who asks if it’s more loving to let her son stay home from school when he doesn’t feel well or to force him to try to walk through his anxiety and go to school. Her son is a 12 year old sixth grader who she describes as very energetically sensitive, dyslexic, has ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), and sensory issues. Her son missed school on Friday and 15 minutes before going to school on Monday he developed a stomach ache. Susan is looking for guidance that will help her in situations like this. She’s concerned about his anxiety ruling him, but she also wants him to make it to the other side of his fears.
The Counsel says much of her son’s stress is related to remembering his past lives when he was abandoned, had no family, and couldn’t speak out. When he’s ready they suggest…
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Wow, what a post! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome channeling.
I’m sure this would be helpful for many parents.
Thanks Karin. It sure gave me a great perspective to shift my thinking around the whole issue. And that shift will affect the outcome of my son’s life because I will act differently and respond with much less stress and worry.
Thanks for the re-blog, Susan. But thank you even more for the understanding and the shift in perspective that accompanied it. Little Man is lucky to have you as his mother, and you’re lucky to have him as your son. -Bob
It is certainly helpful to have the perspective of the bigger picture. Will this be helpful for you, do you think?
Absolutely it will. I understand that this is a bump in the road, and that my son, in the long run, will rock it.
Yep, I bet he will 🙂