Before 6 years of age your child’s energy system is wide open, absorbing everything around him/her. Literally their brainwaves are similar to a person under hypnosis. Do I need to tell you to be kind and patient with your child? If you teach your child kindness and patience they will be more resilient when difficult situations arise later on. The age before six years is a magical time, consider it a blessing for the both of you. Don’t transfer your worries and fears to your child. Instead try to see the world anew through their eyes, it is refreshing!
One of the energy principles explained in Dr. Hanfileti’s Energy Principles for Parents is the phenomenon of age resonance. Your biofield carries all of your life events and thoughts/emotions related to those experiences. Your child can pick up this information subconsciously and their behavior will be influenced subsequently. For example I recently spoke with a mother who as a child grew up in a situation of poverty. She worked hard and married “well” so as an adult she did not have any money related worries. She was surprised when her daughter started expressing fears about not having enough money. She couldn’t understand why her daughter would fear about not having money when she had never experienced poverty or privation in her young life. Our children are like mirrors for us reflecting back to us our ‘unfinished business’ that we need to clear out of our biofields.
I highly recommend keeping a journal of ‘unusual’ things your child says. Consider it a spiritual journal. You may find a pattern showing up. Being a modern parent you may be rushed or tired and if you don’t write things down they are easily forgotten. Also encourage your child to talk about their dreams and be genuinely interested because their dreams could also be a source of subconscious information.
Give your young child plenty of opportunities to be in Nature and reduce television and technology time. Nature is extremely therapeutic for the both of you. Give your child plenty of opportunities to discover nature in all its diversity – bugs under logs, tadpoles in ponds, petting zoos if you are not in the country, plant seeds and let them experience the thrill of sprouts pushing up through the dirt, many farms accept visitors who help work on the farm. Spend vacation time planting trees in other countries. When your child is an adult s/he will be able to visit the trees. Be creative and explore the world with your child!