29 Nov Children Who Know
Often children are dismissed when they talk of things that aren’t visible to the adult eye. It is the mistake of the adults for not trying to understand the world with a childlike point of view. When children have imaginary friends, their parents often think that it is “cute” and they just ignore it. As the child grows older and continues to have imaginary friends, the parents suddenly become concerned. Does it mean that because the parents can’t see it that the friend does not exist? When do we stop seeing the supposed imaginary beings.? Do fairies exist? Do even angels exist?
Suzanne Seymour, author of “My secrets from Heaven” had an experience as a child that her mother tried to hide. Susanne’s experience was not something that children often discuss. The subtitle of Suzanne’s book is “A cChild’s Trip to Heaven and Back” and, in her book, Suzanne talks about her personal experience with death. Her mother, thinking it was related to an accident Suzanne had been in, tried to prevent her from sharing her story.
Now Suzanne devotes her life to healing and helping others. Her mother has since passed on to the spirit realm. Suzanne feels that she has been called to share, to give hope, to uplift and to inspire others. You can listen to what Suzanne says about her experiences and her mission on awakened path radio by visiting www.awakenedpathonline.com