Sunday, October 2, 2011

Children of the Now

We, at Pickawoowoo, wish to make avaiable information about the new energies guiding our children and always welcome anyone who wishes to share their own story or information with others, in order that we all learn the new ways and live with love, peace, joy, harmony and so much more in our everyday lives. Enjoy and may YOU HAVE many Blessings!

Dr Meg Blackburn-Losey has written an amazing guide to understanding the unique energies that the children of the now are bringing forth. Here is an excerpt from website,

New Children arriving around the world represent a huge evolutionary movement; a phenomenon affecting communication patterns at a cellular level. Crystalline and Indigo children, Star Kids and other transitional children have brains that function differently; they have an innate ability to “tap in” to different levels of subtle energies. They can experience precognition and/or free their consciousness to explore other times, places and realities beyond the third dimension.

Often, because of certain stimuli or changes within the relationships of energetic functioning, a child of the new evolution may look different or act overtly dysfunctional. Some of the children experience apparent disabilities and many are profoundly physically disabled, while exhibiting a spiritual clarity that demonstrates a mastery and wisdom beyond that of most adults. Those who appear to be profoundly affected often do not or cannot speak, but communicate telepathically. Some children do not behave “normally” and others seem “spaced out”. This is because their brain processes are far beyond ours.

One reason for this is the “fast track” nature of evolution at this time. Changing or disharmonic energies sometimes become resident within the brain waves and throughout the children’s energy fields. Energy relationships within the brain and the overall energy system experience static, much like the interference on a radio. Energy patterns in their brains often function in circular patterns, rather than linear, and affect the areas of intelligence accessed by the child. In some children, the energy fields within the brain unify, creating a field of energy that accesses parts of the brain that most people do not normally use. Their consciousness becomes more aware of alternate realities and multidimensional worlds and eventually free of limitations altogether.

The new children or Children of Now easily switch from one reality to another, and remain consciously aware of all realities simultaneously. They are not only aware, but can see, talk and interact with other beings in other planes of reality. By projecting their consciousness out into the universal construct, the Children of Now become bringers of wisdom to our world from far beyond.

Because of these energy changes, some new children display physical dysfunction, general brilliance or giftedness in a particular subject. An electroencephalogram (EEG) rarely picks up this type of brain activity and the medical field does not factor in electromagnetic relationships within and around the bodies, nor do they consider that every human being is layer after layer of subtle energy forms and fields. Since the multidimensional aspects of these children, which are interacting with each other all the time, are ignored, many children with these anomalies have normal test results and are deemed either medical mysteries or misdiagnosed with conditions such as Autism or Attention Deficit Disorder and hyperactivity.

The deficits in these particular children are not in attention, cognitive ability, or social skills; they are societal. Society lacks awareness of this escalating evolution of humanity—it is deficient in attention to these children and has underprovided educational environments or familial support systems. By turning a deaf ear to what the children are really saying, our society is missing their message and losing what might otherwise create a mighty and positive change in the world.

Meg Blackburn Losey, Msc.D., Ph.D, is the author of Children of Now, Crystalline Children, Indigo Children, Star Kids, Angels on Earth and the Phenomenon of Transitional Children (New Page Books Dec. 2006). She is a channeler, psychic, and mystic and guests regularly on national and international media outlets. She hosts the Dr. Meg Show: Conscious Talk for Greater Reality and maintains a website at

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

September 2011 New Releases

Welcome to the September New Releases for Pick-a-WooWoo Publishers. Each of the new Titles have wonderful messages in them. Should you wish to know more, please refer back to

Many blessings from the Pick-a-WooWoo Team

This cosmic fairytale of a sick star and her sad people is a story we can relate to with our planet today. Luckily, the Fairies from the Great Medicine Star work their wonderful healing arts for happiness. A simple meditation is provided to help spread the sparkle. A powerful message that reaches out to young and old who care about our beautiful planet Earth

The Tune’ is set in a heavenly ‘airport’, with the key character (Herbie) preparing for his flight to the physical realm. Feeling a little uncertain of the trip, Herbie asks to see the pilot, and their fascinating conversation results. Amongst other reasons, Herbie wonders why he would ever want to leave the ‘deliciously yummy’ melody (The Tune) and head to the earth. What follows is the wonderful discovery that the tune can, of course, be heard in the physical world. But Herbie learns infinitely more than this. With thanks to the gentle guidance of the pilot, Herbie learns how to listen out for the tune, but more importantly, that he is part of the tune and it wouldn’t be the same without him.

The Elf that Flew is a magical tale about Greenleaf the Elf who lives happily in the rainforest surrounded by his many tree friends. A chance encounter with flying flower fairies propels Greenleaf on an unlikely quest to fly like the fairies. Told with humour and warmth, this tale celebrates the importance of being yourself while promoting love for our natural environment There is no doubt that the number of people who wish for a better way to teach their children is increasing.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

How to help the new children (part 2) by Diana Cooper

Developing Telepathy

The new children have evolved psychic gifts including telepathy. One of the problems is that they are reading our thoughts. If these do not align with our words they feel unsafe. So expect your child to be telepathic and watch your thoughts. Keep them focussed on a higher plane if you possibly can.
Also help your children to develop telepathy. Make a game of it. Practise sending them colours or pictures and see what they pick up. I used to play word games with my children when they were little and we had to give up because they would take the answer straight out of my mind and ‘guess’ it in one.
In Golden Atlantis they used 90% of their much larger brain. We use 10% of our much smaller ones. The new children will be using more of their innate skills as we move to a time when humans use 100% of their capacity. In The Wonder of Unicorns there is a whole chapter on psychic development games you can play with children.

Helping them to ground their high energies

My guide Kumeka has explained that indigos, crystals and sensitive star children, who are often not properly grounded, do not fully access their soul energy. The cosmic wisdom does not pour into their crown chakras and run into their lower chakras so that they can use it. Instead, the light spills over their crown and into their aura where they can’t access it and their energy is scattered. There is a move by the spiritual hierarchy to assist these children by bringing in new energy that will help them to connect.

In the meantime you can aid them by placing their photo on an Orb of Archangel Jophiel who is in charge of the crown chakra. He will help them to take in their soul wisdom so that they can use it. It would enhance the energy if an Orb of Sandalphon was with it, to ground them. I have placed a photograph of one of my grandchildren on these two Orbs and it has really made a difference to her.
Many of my friends are placing photos of their children or grandchildren on Orb pictures so that they can absorb the light of the Archangels. For example, if your child needs protection place it on a photo of Archangel Michael. You can find Orbs of Jophiel, Sandalphon and Michael in Ascension Through Orbs and also in the Orb Cards.


As the new fast frequency children come in now to bring in the energy of the new age, the condition of autism is increasing rapidly. So what is it? Basically these souls are coming from a very high frequency into our low one and are struggling to bring their energy down. Some of them achieve it better than others. Most are incarnating for the first time but some are Lemurians or others who were in etheric bodies when they experienced Earth and have not been physicalised before. They are coming one step deeper into their bodies but not all the way.
The most important way we can help them is to keep the energy round them as high as possible. When the vibration is high they can relax and slip deeper into their bodies.

Animals because they are accepting and unconditionally loving, help ungrounded children.

Most autistic children have a spirit in another dimension holding onto them. Part of the healing occurs when you persuade the spirit to let go. Very often it is an ancestor who is pulling at the spirit of the child. It can also be another being from their home planet who loves them and is concerned that they have taken on too much. Then every time the child has a tantrum or gets upset, they try to help them by holding onto them and this makes the situation worse.


While I was on holiday I read Horse Boy by Rupert Isaacson. It is the story of his autistic son and how he was healed by horse riding and a visit to the shamans of Mongolia. The love this man had for his child glowed from the pages. I was lost in admiration for his patience and understanding and fascinated by the journey he undertook to ease the boy’s condition.

Horses, and of course their spiritual counterparts, the unicorns help to bring a child’s spirit back into their body. Their high frequency and unconditional love make it easier for a soul who is vibrating on a similar level to ground. Over the years we have lost connection with animals and the nature kingdom. In Golden Atlantis every child had a dog, a cat and a rabbit and households enjoyed the company of other animals, looking after them, learning from them and recognising them as equals. In 2032 we will be bringing back the sacred energy of that time at an even higher level and it is important to let the new children enjoy the harmony, love and lessons of animals in their lives.


My friend Rosemary Stephenson is a healer who plays crystal bowls and sings. She was invited into an infants’ school to demonstrate for the children. Sixty little ones listened in total silence without fidgeting. When the Head Teacher asked them what they noticed, they all said how peaceful and calm they felt. A little boy piped up, ‘Those three over there have never moved and it’s the first time I’ve ever seen them be still.’ Music soothes the souls of our children.

Diana Cooper is author is 18 books including 2012 and Beyond. She is Principal of the Diana Cooper School which organises Angel Awareness Day. This year it is on 10.10.10 in London. See

Sunday, August 1, 2010

How to help the new children by Diana Cooper

Part 1 of 2

As we move towards the new Golden Age we will start to honour the children who are entering. We will tune into their gifts and help them develop. We will listen to their needs and respect them. Before long we will recognise that our children are our greatest soul responsibility and joy.
Many of the souls entering new are a very fast frequency and find life on Earth very challenging. Here are some ways we can help them.

Communicating with our children
In the past parents told their youngsters what to do. Now it is time to hear their needs and listen to their wisdom.

Listening to babies
My daughter was staying at my home with Kailani who was then three months old. She had always been an exceptionally happy baby but on this occasion she was really howling with rage. I went into their room where Dawn was holding her. Like most women I longed to take her, cuddle her and make it better but my daughter explained quietly, ‘No Mum. When she’s upset we give her full attention and really listen.’ She returned her focus on the screaming child. As she maintained eye contact, she said quietly to her, ‘I hear that you are angry and I’m really trying to understand.’ I could feel that she was empathising with the child with every fibre of her being. After a while Kailani stopped bawling and nestled into her mother’s arms. I had a profound sense of her soul being at peace.

Recently I discussed this again with my daughter who told me that on the few occasions the baby had really been upset for no apparent reason they practised giving her full listening attention. They didn’t try to stop her crying but they were there for her. Perhaps she was venting her frustration about being restricted in a human body or felt homesick. It is no easy fix. Sometimes they have to listen for some time without giving up. She has also found that actively listening makes the screaming less distressing than hearing the child but not actively listening. She added that the following day the baby would seem exceptionally calm and they intuitively felt it increased their bond of trust. I felt humbled and awed at the wisdom of the parents of the new generation. How I wish I had their awareness when mine were young.

Baby signing
One way of setting up a two way communication with babies before they can speak is to teach them baby sign language. My granddaughter Kailani learnt the basics and at seven months was giving the sign for milk when she was hungry. It worked a treat and proved very beneficial. She is a little monkey though. This is a baby whose adoring parents are both at home all day, so she receives masses of attention. Soon after she learnt to sign for milk they were both busy and she sat between them on the floor playing with her toys. After a while, she called and gave the sign for milk. They were delighted and praised her for telling them what she needed. It transpired that she wasn’t in the least bit hungry but was very pleased with herself for finding another way to attract even more focus. They learnt from Baby Signing by Joseph Garcia.
I can’t wait for her to make the sign for Granny.

Listening to their stories
The fast frequency children incarnating now are multi dimensional. They have access to wavelengths that we may not be able to tune into. Their worlds are different from ours so remember they are stretching us. If ever I was nervous as a child my mother would snort, curl her lip and say disparagingly, ‘You have such a vivid imagination Diana.’ This is designed to close down psychic and spiritual ability.

Stay open to their world. Recently I was working on my next book. I looked up and saw a huge, enormous face with great round green eyes staring at me intently through the window. My guide, Kumeka, said, ‘It’s a being from another universe trying to learn from you. He can’t harm you. Just ignore him.’ Nevertheless I felt really uncomfortable and closed the curtain. Imagine if I had been a child and an adult had said, ‘Don’t be daft. There’s nothing there.’ It is a denial of their reality and that is scary.

So never dismiss what they say. If they tell you they have seen a being with red eyes and a long nose calmly ask them to describe it and share what they felt. The calmness in your voice is the reassurance they need. If you are scared so will they be.

Children may need protection so put them in Archangel Michael’s care or surround them in the Gold Ray of Christ. If they are old enough teach them to do it for themselves too.

I was sent a photograph with this story. The family all stood up to have their photo taken but the little girl refused to join them. She started crying and saying the little boy was frightening her. There was no boy, so they told her not to be so silly and come into the picture, so she stood at the very edge. In the photograph at knee height is the face of a spirit child.

Answer their questions thoughtfully and spiritually. What’s an alien? What happens when you die? I know a child who was told from an early age that her Grandma was with the angels. As a result she thinks of angels as synonymous with death and is scared of them.

Tell children about angels, elementals, unicorns and dragons. It gives them permission to talk about them. And remember that dragons are wonderful protectors, companions and friends.

Some of the new children are a challenge for us, just as we are for them. So let’s enjoy the opportunity to grow spiritually together. Next time I am writing about helping them to develop telepathy, autistic children and enabling them to ground their energies.

Diana Cooper is author is 18 books including 2012 and Beyond. She is Principal of the Diana Cooper School which organises Angel Awareness Day. This year it is on 10.10.10 in London. See

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Is the Spiritual Growth of Children Important

Is the Spiritual Growth of Children Important?

‘If we can guide them from an early age
Then they won’t need to be middle age to know…
Many of the answers come from within’ (Pick-a-WooWoo)

Before you think that this article is about Religion, please stop. Spirituality is considered to be a ‘part of a genre of talking about meaning, and talking about what's sacred in life but not necessarily being part of a specific religious tradition.’ Many people these days say they are spiritual but not religious. So what does it mean and why is it important for our children?

As the wonderful Shirley MacLaine states “We care for our body, we educate our mind, but all too often we ignore the most vital part of ourselves. Imagine what the world could be if each of us were more cognizant and nurturing of our spirit”.
Put simply, ‘Spirituality is a state of connectedness to all life, honouring diversity in unity. It is about a deeper sense of purpose and place. It is an experience of being, belonging and caring. It is sensitivity and compassion, joy and hope. It is the harmony between the inner life and the outer life. It is the sense of wonder and reverence for the mysteries of the universe and a feeling of the purposefulness of life. It is about connectedness and the highest aspirations of the human spirit’.

To grow spiritually in a world defined by power, money, and influence is a mammoth task not only for us adults, but for our children too. Modern conveniences for the adult and child such as electronic equipments, gadgets and tools as well as entertainment through television and the web have predisposed us to confine our attention mostly to physical needs and wants.

As a result, our perception of self-worth and self-meaning are often muddled. Many of us have sought to strike the balance between the material and spiritual aspects of our lives. As parents we also have the responsibility to keep our children engaged with their spirit (their compass within) so that they too can use this to journey through their lives.

A ‘Spiritual Parent’ honours the inner life of their children rather than just paying attention to their behaviour. They set out to nurture and to ignite that connection that our children come to us with.

Or would you prefer your child to be spiritually illiterate? Meaning, the child does not see the web which connects us with other people and the natural world. They do not have access to open doors of information and inspiration that leads to more fulfilling lives. Like other illiteracies it is possible your child could live in a shallower world with fewer opportunities, limited meaning and a reduced capacity to create preferred futures.

In ‘Care of the Soul’ by T.Moores he states “Some might go further to say that being spiritually illiterate can lead to increased feelings of purposelessness, disconnection, isolation and loneliness in the world.”

Spirituality and morality are a celebration of the human spirit and therefore an essential part of all life. The teaching of values that encourage caring and loving people and a compassionate and loving society should not be left to chance.
Parents can help children express and experience their spirituality in whatever way works for them. An excellent starting point can be for us to see things through the child’s eyes. Essentially, this helps us see the individuality of every child; whatever makes them happy, what captivates them and what questions they seek answers for. This course of action will in turn enhance our own spirituality.

It is scientifically proven that happy children have happy parents and interesting parents create interesting children. Therefore it goes without saying that we have to ‘walk-our-talk’ when it comes to our spiritual growth, in order for it to be seen in our children.

Help children to see what their real values are in life and what is innate within themselves and how they treat others and not in what they possess. . Show them there is no value in things, the constant need for more, as it is only temporary and you are never fulfilled.

As adults, parents, grandparents or caregivers, you can offer spiritual nurturing throughout the day in a number of very simple ways. It can be done through a reply to a child’s conversation, or listening to words of an enchanting song; delighting in the clouds in the sky and the wonders and beauty of nature or simply resting in the quietness of the moment. Even our pets can be the best model to show what unconditional love looks like.

Spiritual nurturing can occur when you carefully select stories that are about reading the sacred in everyday life, in nature, at home or even in the classroom. Stories that embrace love, touch the heart, kindle the spirit and enlighten the mind.

Equally, you can be models of acceptance and show respect for all life...plants, animals, Mother Earth and humans. As an adult or parent you can help a child to see that everyone has something special to offer, that life is not about winning or losing but love, compassion and understanding. You can help a child practise conflict resolution or not to develop envy for example, if someone has something bigger or better be genuinely pleased for them.

It is important that you help your children to develop a sense of their own self-direction, confidence, independence and inter-dependence . Before they can understand how outside energies work human’s need to comprehend how they themselves work. When your child is ready you can also teach them how to sit down quietly and look deeply within to see what is happening within (which is important for us to do as well).

Many well know international authors such as Deepak Chopra are indeed as passionate about children’s spiritual skills.
“A child raised with spiritual skills will be able to answer the most basic questions about how the universe works. They will understand the source of creativity both within and outside themselves. They will be able to practice non-judgment, acceptance and truth….And they will be free from crippling fear and anxiety about the meaning of life that is the secret dry rot inside the hearts of many adults.” Deepak Chopra.

Nurturing your child’s spirituality by sharing spiritual stories, exposing them to nature, listening to them, loving them, helping them expand their imagination, encouraging their dreams and celebrating or creating rituals with them, is a gift you can give them that will last their entire lives. In fact, this could be the most valuable legacy you leave your children.

Rachael Kessler of ‘The Soul of Education’ so eloquently and succinctly put why nurturing our child’s spirituality is so important… “The body of a child will not grow if it is not fed: the mind will not flourish unless it is stimulated and guided. And the spirit will suffer if it is not nurtured”.

Growth is a progression thus to grow in spirit is a day-to-day occurrence. Sometimes it is easy sometimes it is hard, but the most crucial point is that we learn and from this knowledge, further spiritual growth is made possible. This is a spiritual journey for you and your child to enjoy.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Affirmation Child’s Craft

Building Self-Esteem With a Two-Part Craft Project by Author Connie Bowen

One thing I know for sure – it’s never too early to start learning to think positive!

Here is a simple craft that children ages five through seven will enjoy creating. It involves two parts: one is making the three dimensional craft, and the other is writing and repeating an affirmation. Affirmations are positive first-person statements written in the present tense. They are often repeated throughout the day. It’s all a matter of giving our subconscious minds a positive blueprint for a happy, abundant life.

This project is suitable for a small group of children also, for say a classroom or a church group.

Materials needed: (available at your local craft store)

A small mirror, maybe 2-3 inches in diameter. It can be any shape. It needn’t be perfectly round.

A small amount of air-dry nontoxic colored clay. Crayola makes a brand of clay that will work fine. Because it is air-dry clay, the project will not have to be baked in an oven, and it will harden in 24 hours.


Step 1. Each child chooses a small amount of colored clay. The clay can be squished and blended, streaked or whatever design the children want to do.

Step 2. Mold the clay into a lumpy ball shape. Place one edge of the mirror on the top of the lump and push down, so that the bottom of the lump now makes a flat base, and the mirror is partway stuck into the clay. The lump should now “stand up” by itself, with the mirror placed firmly in the top part of the clay.

Step 3. The lump can be “decorated” by pushing in the blunt end of a pencil to make holes, and/or striations can be created by drawing lines in the clay with an open paper clip. The children can leave their thumb prints in one area, and smear another area so it is smooth. The only limit is the child’s imagination and common tools found around the house. Clay can be placed on the top edge of the mirror also, to hold it in place. Wipe the mirror clean before the clay completely dries.

Set aside this lovely mirror creation.

The second half of the project involves writing an affirmation to go along with the mirror. Some sample affirmations would be “I value myself.” “I honor who I am.” “I am worthy.” “I love myself.” “My life is filled with good things.” “My life is filled with love.” “I appreciate my special skills and talents.”

A good point to remember is to phrase the affirmation so it has meaning to each individual child. Affirmations can be used to change the energy around any situation.

As an example:

If a child is having difficulty in a certain area of their life, or in school, an affirmation can be used to change and heal the energy around that situation. Repeating “I feel loved and protected all day long,” would help a child dealing with fearful thoughts of feeling alone and vulnerable. “I know what is best for me,” for a child dealing with peer pressure. As long as the affirmation feels natural and not forced, it will have a calming, soothing effect.

It’s very important to phrase affirmations in positive terms, not in negative ones.

As an example, saying “I am no longer selfish” is not an affirmation, and would undoubtedly create a situation of more selfishness. Instead, to feel more generous, a person would repeat “I am generous and loving to myself and others.” And if the person were feeling selfish, perhaps because of an underlying fearful thought of never having enough, an affirmation would be “I am always provided for,” or “I always have everything I need,” or “The Universe is a safe and loving place. I am abundantly cared for.”

Negative statements have a tendency to create more of a situation that is not wanted. As an example, I ran into a friend of mine at the gym. She was upset because she had forgotten her gym bag and now had to skip her workout. She told me she’d been repeating to herself before she left the house, “Don’t forget your gym bag!” Her mind focused on the word “forget,” and sure enough, it created that very fact. If she had been repeating, “Remember your gym bag,” or “I always remember my gym bag,” perhaps she would have been able to work out.

Finishing the children’s craft project:

After the children have written out their affirmation with the help of an adult on a sturdy card or thick paper which when folded can stand up by itself, place the card and the mirror together. The mirror will remind the children of their inner beauty and self-worth as they repeat their affirmation throughout the day.

Anyone of any age can use affirmations to create positive thoughts which in turn will create a wonderful life of beauty, purpose and promise!

Note: Enhancements can also be added to the mirror and affirmation if desired, such as sequins, feathers, paper cut-outs, etc.

© 2010 Connie Bowen ~ All Rights Reserved

Author Bio:

Connie Bowen’s books have sold over 65,000 copies worldwide and still counting! She is the author/illustrator of the beloved children’s affirmation books

I Believe In Me and I Turn to the Light, and illustrator for The Sunbeam and the Wave, and Susan Chernak McElroy’s animal stories of Heart in the Wild and All My Relations.Inside pages of her books can be viewed and enjoyed at http: // Connie’s story of how I Believe In Me was created originally for her own son is featured in the last chapter of Rosemary Ellen Guiley’s book, Breakthrough Intuition.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Psychic Children

We have commenced a new Blogspot because of ftp changes to google Blogspot - thus old articles are now archived and we've started 'a fresh'.

Not only do we (Pick-a-WooWoo) publish children's spiritual books, but we like to share information that is provided to us for our newsletter - and we know you will enjoy. ONe of the titles we have is called - Yes I See Spirit. We are often asked how do we know if our children can see Spirit or are Psychic...well known Australian Pyschic shared with us her view on identifying Psychic Children. We hope you enjoy.

Psychic Kids – How to Identify and Manage Them by Julianna Suranyi

Is my child psychic? What do I do with a psychic child? These are two of the most common questions I am asked by parents and in this article I help you with information to identify and manage psychic kids.

Psychic children are no different to any other children – they don’t come with a pre-packaged halo, special birthmark or capital T for trouble. As with all children they need understanding and to have boundaries set for them. Learning and discussion to encourage your children’s growth and development are also needed.

The only extra ingredient you need for parenting a potentially or confirmed psychic child is an open-minded acceptance that perhaps all the things they are telling you they can hear and see are, in fact, real - even when they do not seem real to you.

Identifying a Psychic Child

The first thing I always advise if you think your child is psychic is to assume that they are. By doing this, and speaking 'to' them about what they share with you rather than 'at' them means that the information they give you will guide your intuition on this.

There are also three key areas to identify in a child with any level of psychic ability: temperament, behaviour and acceptance.


A lot of children who are considered to be slightly sensitive, highly strung or introverted are often considered by parents of a similar disposition to be psychic or “sensitive with their intuitive manner”.

You need to be careful that you do not allow behaviours that are unsocial and disrespectful to be misjudged as psychic sensitivity and then over compensate for your child’s bad behaviour by excusing this as behaviour from an intuitively sensitive child.

Why do I say this? Time and time again, I see parents allow a temperamental child to have free reign in the house and outside the house. This temperament has nothing to do with being psychically sensitive but rather is about them being temperamentally sensitive. If you know or think your child is intuitively sensitive, don’t let them indulge in temperamental behaviour if you are unsure of the lines.

Let’s get clear - temperamental and intuitive or psychic kids are not one and the same. Psychic kids are, in my experience, rarely if ever highly strung, evasive or overly sensitive to boundaries.

Psychic kids live in a world that is balanced by a stronger order than us and because they accept guidance from Spirit, they are comfortable being guided with strength and clarity from their parents.
It is parental interpretation that muddies the waters.


Behaviourally speaking, most psychic children are living in a world where at times they are very sharp with what is going on around them - and at other times very vague. They move from one extreme to the other because they will tune in and out of information depending on their age and what their general thinking styles are. Also, depending on how introverted or extroverted they are by nature will determine how physically engaged they are with their world.

Your intuitive child is also usually pretty laid back as they are self entertaining constantly and will often be very amenable and chatty about what they are experiencing – after all, their spiritual world is very real for them and they love to question and share.


The level of acceptance that intuitive children have for all that is in their environment is perhaps the stand-out feature with these little ones. They see a world that they communicate in constantly that is not laced with judgement, discrimination, recrimination and ugliness. They see Spirit as clear, fluid, precise and evolutionary.

They also communicate so mentally that often they will hold silent conversations with animals and those who have communication retardations.

How Do You Manage Psychic Kids?

To raise these children safely and comfortably, so they reach their full potential, you must do the following:

1. Allow them to function in their own time within the Spirit world, yet balance that during real time (or Earth time as my boys like to say) because they have a responsibility to listen to and respect the humanity around them.

2. As with all other children you will need to have a structure that is strong, competent and consistent for psychic children so that they understand socialised behaviours and are open and communicative with their surroundings.

3. You should also let psychic kids know gently that there are some environments that are best to not have their psychic or intuitive ability so that for example, they learn that education is for school hours - but spiritual evolution and development is for all the other hours.

4. And finally, as parents it is essential that we are child-like enough to realise that we do not know everything and cannot see everything, but that their world is still there and very real.

So, if you allow your child to indulge in talking to their Spirit friends, singing with their angels and fairies and having a tea party or soccer match with a deceased grandad, you will find that your little one will develop into an intuitively intelligent and expressive child and then grow into a psychic and balanced adult.

Professional Psychic and Intuitive Profiler Julianna Suranyi helps thousands of people worldwide with personal guidance, behavioral change and spiritual growth online, corporately and in media. For direction and clarity click here to receive her free newsletter: => or ask about your future now: =>