Monday, September 24, 2012

Helping Children Manage Energy

Etheric energy—the electro-magnetic field around the body—provides chi, prana, or juice to all physical organs. Emotions can negatively impact and weaken solid etheric energy if it is negative, tense, or prolonged. I imagine the result to be a ragged energy field with holes throughout, which doesn’t have a strong enough electrical charge to provide juice for the physical body. Weaker etheric energy doesn’t provide strength to physical organs. Weaker physical organs appears in children having specific mental or emotions symptoms.
Let’s look at some of the correlation between the physical body’s organs and their energetic counterparts.  
                    Fear or anxiety – controlled by kidneys
                    Sorrow and loss – controlled by lungs
                    Feelings of worry or obsession - controlled by spleen
                    Anger, jealousy, irritation, and depression – controlled by liver.
The most formative time in our lives is from birth through puberty. During this period, we form our basic responses to life. It is absolutely crucial that we connect with children through shared activities like walking, reading books, gardening, bike riding, and playing. Conversations where real dialogue is shared are also crucial.
Here are some other tips for helping children manage their energy:


·         Avoid allergenic foods that cause organ inflammation, such as gluten does to colon lining, and yeasty foods to the intestines.
·         Herbal teas can increase energy or relax children or help them digest food and breathe better.
·         Parents who give Bach Flower Remedies® to their children are amazed by the positive effect the Remedies have on their children; screaming children find sudden relief, shy and fearful children find courage, impatient and angry children find peace.
·         Acupuncture and classical eastern homeopathy work well in healing individual organs like kidneys or offering liver and lymph support.
When children play, they use fantasy and creativity. They imagine and act out the roles they will grow into as adults. The word “imagination” means we create the “image” of what we are to become. Children need unstructured time for imaginative play. They also need free time to discover who they are in an intimate, personal way.
Play also empowers them to be curious and learn to negotiate their environments safely. So, let children play--and play with them!


Children perform best when they have regular schedules or understand expectations. These activities create a secure framework for a child if they are done each day.
Brain research shows that multi-tasking fatigues the brain. You create a chronic stress pattern if you repeat this kind of overload. So no doing homework, watching TV, texting and eating dinner in the same 30-minute period.


  • Find your own spiritual perspective.
  • Share your thoughts about the “big” questions in life with your child. This gives them a means of embracing their experience.
  • You promote your health for the mental, emotional and etheric energies and their interactions.
Now that you understand the whole child—the basic structures of the mind and body and the interface of etheric energy and emotions—what questions do you have for Dr. Goode? Please ask your question as a comment below this post. You may contact Dr. Goode at  
Join us tomorrow on this blog for another segment of Dr. Caron Goode’s discussion on how to support empathic children. To get the full transcript and listen to Caron’s entire presentation as well as the teaching of Suzy Miller, you may purchase the mp3s here:
Dr. Caron Goode is the author of ten books, including her latest: Kids who See Ghosts~ Guide Them Through Their Fear. Dr. Goode graduated with a doctoral degree from George Washington University in 1983 and is a licensed psychotherapist.  Formerly a pediatric speech language pathologist, Suzy Miller is the visionary founder of Blue Star Brilliance LLC and author of AWESOMISM: A New Way to Understand the Diagnosis of Autism.

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Monday, April 30, 2012


By K Perry, 9 years old

Oh flowers, oh flowers
I can smell them for
Hours it seems
Like they have special

Oh roses bringing their
Scent to our noses.
I always have to water
them with the hoses.

Oh, daisy please
Get rid of your lazies.
Now that you have
Got rid of your lazies
You have crazies!

Oh these flowers
Have special powers
It must take hours
To have the powers.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A First Book Report

My granddaughter is in the fourth grade. She wrote her first book report and I would like to share it with you.

The guidelines were:
Paragraph 1- Character description (2 qualities)
Paragraph 2-Summarize Main Events
Paragraph 3- Rate this book (include your opinion)

Book Report: Molly Learns a Lesson
by K Perry

Molly is a girl who is working on knitting socks, but it turns out to be a blanket. She is a nice, kind, generous girl who’s at home in the war that’s going on in England.

Molly Learns a Lesson is about a 9 year old girl who’s doing a lend-a-hand project for the war which her father’s in. She misses him awfully much.

I would recommend this book for ages 8-10 because these are great books with fabulous word choices like: dragged, whispers, squeaked & signal. There is also figurative language like: the kitchen smelled like warm raisins. Also it might have some habits too!

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Children Feel the Energy of Places & People

Mt. Shasta, the Himalayas, Sedona, and other places around the world have a high vortex of extraordinary energy that many people can feel when they are there. As empaths, we can feel energy anywhere—good, bad, or indifferent. We even feel the energy at the Wal-Mart or grocery store. Kids are energy sensitive and they pick up all kinds of detrimental energy--especially when they are in a public setting.

Your child may be acting out in public because he feels overwhelmed and doesn't know how to deal with energy overload. He may feel physically tired, emotionally drained, and unable to express to you why he is crying, feeling angry, greedy, or selfish. You only have to look at the adults around you to see them expressing sorrow, fatigue, worry, or other negative feelings.

When some empaths (adult or child) walk into a shopping center they may suddenly get very sluggish because the energy is very heavy whenever people are making a lot of choices. Decisions about spending money may generate a feeling of lack, anger, or fear. They see someone wearing a nice outfit and perhaps there is jealousy. There are a lot of negative or lower vibrations in public places—some tend to have more harmful or uncomfortable unpleasant energies than others. But, sensitive people can feel all of it.

It’s important to focus on the positive, uplifting energy of your own divinity within you whenever you are in public. Think of how you feel the wonderful divine energy when you are in the beauty of nature! Mentally go there to rejuvenate and renew yourself by feeling grateful, blessed, loved, and happy. Then, visualize a protective bubble around your child and ask that the angels guard him from being bombarded by negative energy.

By spending five minutes in your Sacred Heart Center before you leave home, you can carry this high-vibrational energetic signature with you all day. It will beam forth from your heart full of love. A cup that is overflowing cannot receive anything more, it must spill over. And, since your fullness is from an unlimited Source, you never have to run dry; you and your child can continually be filled with Spirit.

To learn more about protecting yourself and child from unwanted energy, see

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Friday, April 6, 2012

Things Parents Do for/to Their Children

Our name has a propensity towards setting up certain experiences or challenges that we will have in life. When our parents picked our name it wasn’t random. Something from their soul or heart essence had a connection, or remembrance, or a feeling that their child would have certain needs or interests and they picked a suitable name. It is innately that we do this for our children.

We all possess intuitive and innate healing wisdom. It is a sixth sense that allows us to maneuver through this world. Unfortunately, in the process of what we call socialization we make this connection look less important than it is and we try to discourage it because we don’t want our children to think they’re different.

All children have a very strong sense of these feelings and connections; and sometimes they are told  they shouldn’t talk about things like that. They may be told to be quiet lest people think they are different. Innocently many parents do this to their children. Most of this comes from the topic of psychic gifts not being accepted as a valid concept by people who are very religious.

Do your children exhibit spiritual gifts?
How are you helping them manage this type of energy?

Leave a comment and let’s chat.

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