When my daughter was three years old she began talking to a person she apparently saw in one corner of the dining room ceiling. Seeing her one day at the table chit chatting with this invisible person, I naturally asked her who in the world she was talking to. She quickly said “Uncle Dennis”.
Well, my father’s name was Dennis, and he had died the year before she was born. Because she was only three I hadn’t yet talked to her about my father, so you can understand my surprise when she brought up his name. I then asked her to describe the person she was seeing in the ceiling and she described my father just as he was before death.
I could have at that point dismissed this as the ramblings of a sweet toddler with a vivid imagination, but being psychic myself, I had a pretty good idea exactly what was going on. I knew my daughter was “close to the veil” (through birth) and therefore could interface with Spirit fairly easily. I also knew that I had done nothing up until then to dissuade her of this type of thing, and when she began talking about it that day I sat rapt, listening to every word.
This moment motivated me to keep her connected to Spirit in whatever way I could, and I have done that all of her life. She will be 18 this year, and is just as “clicked in” (if not moreso) as I am. She is another spiritual light in this world, which is something we so desperately need — which is why we should know how precisely to deal with and encourage a spiritual — or psychic — child.