Here’s a post from Karina:
Hi Denise — As I was picking up my 11-year-old son today from school, he noted how incredibly windy it was. (We live south of LA, in San Diego.) This strong wind, combined with the rain, is very unusual.
On his own, he said, “I think we are going to have a hurricane or a tornado.” I’m not claiming that my child is psychic, but it was rather unusual. Not until later did I read this blog, and hear about the tornado warnings for LA. That is strange!
Actually he is. I think nearly all children are, in fact in some tribal cultures children are seen as having magical powers akin to sorcerers. A child has to be very disconnected from being a kid in order to cut off their imagination, creativity and psychic ability. Now I’m not saying psychic ability is always seen for what it is or that it is even as we are taught to think of it. It is actually a sister to imagination and creativity.
When the military looked for people to train for their secret psychic warfare division, they looked for candidates (among those who were already in the military) who were creative and interested in the arts. Adults often ignore children which is why their wisdom and ability goes unnoticed (in my opinion) this was particularly true the further back in western culture one goes. I think it’s only been in the last 25 years or so that parents have adopted softer, gentler techniques including listening which is key to seeing the patterns kids display.
So I think your son is psychic, and he did pick up on what was going on. However much he exhibits this ability, only you will know based on watching and listening to him. We all have some ability. Just as we can all run, whether one can go to the Olympics is another matter. Psychic ability can be cultivated and trained as well. And like everything else human, it has an element of talent to it, but it’s not just talent that makes a psychic consistently accurate on command, it takes training as well.
I wanted to mention to everyone out there that I still haven’t checked my e-mail and it’s piled high to the sky so I’m going to start a new e-mail address for those of you to correspond with me and I will post it soon, probably tomorrow. I’m very sorry for the inconvenience. At this point it would take me more than a month to slog through all of it and I don’t have the time. So please forgive me.
Many blessings to all of you kind people,