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Posted 01 March 2013 - 09:22 PM
I don't buy it.meaning the following:children honestly do see things That grown ups don't or can't.while in some cases it might be true it still doesn't Change the fact that they do.anyway children are more open minded and likely to experience and see things That adults can't become they are new,open minded,are imaginative and not poison by our society broken standards and etc.I know One thing though at the moment they are more likely to experience supernatural and paranormal events and etc not because they are gullible or have a over imagination guys.of course there are some things That are obviously false or fake but really you can't say that there are no such things as the supernatural and paranormal and etc.the world is not That simple guys and its definitely not in black or white meaning its more complex and mysterious than we think.
The stages of growth research has long adhered to the "magic" stage whereby events can be examined by magic. Additionally, we know the brain synthesizes imagery due to incomplete retina coverage but will also accomodate expectancy by manipulating imagery into known constructs. A good example is the Einsteins rotating hollow head:
The very young have yet to "learn" what older children and adults have already "mastered" regarding interpreting imagery. So, perhaps, the very young are a bit more "open-minded" and open to suggestion and interpretation.
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Posted 09 March 2013 - 06:43 AM
I dont understand why children should be more ignorant than adults to perceive more of what we call paranormal, I think (my intuition and experience says) it's the other way around, and that we adults lose our touch to that world. I used to have more lucid dreams and more faith in those things when I was a child. And I'm Batman btw so he couldn't have been at the tea with you... got proof.
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Posted 09 March 2013 - 07:06 AM
I have a couple of grandkids that have experienced the "paranormal", and those experiences were in the company of one of their parents who saw the same thing. The kids weren't afraid, upset, or anxious during the occurrences, and they're healthy, happy, well-adjusted kids, maybe because we don't make a big deal out of it. The last thing we want to do is invalidate their experiences, instead we talk about it, encourage questions and critical thinking. I was an odd child growing up, I think, and it wasn't until well into adulthood that i decided to stop letting others invalidate me or my experiences on any level. We take power away from others when we do that, we sometimes teach children that they can't trust themselves, and that they must look outside themselves to find the "truth,", when IMHO our children ARE our truth-tellers. It takes years to learn how to lie effectively, and kids don't usually have the life experience to acquire that particular skill. They may not always understand what see. but as adults, it's our job to help them work their way through it.
"Take the Red Matrix pill" be your own authentic self neo
Posted 13 March 2013 - 09:38 PM
this does not prove nothing to me not all the way.while this may be the case for some it does mean this is the case for all and does not mean that that this is the answer for all cases or the only answer.like I said before everybody is different and unique!!:)science is a baby and still in its early ages still so enough said.besides science is rigid and limited.its only useful in 3rd dimensional terms and the 3rd dimensional world!!!so think about carefully about the following saying and mentality science knows all the answers and science is the answer to everything.and especially this is one is my favorite if science can't explain it it does not exist and finally if scientists don't look into something such as the paranormal and etc and don't believe it why should I?if I were you I would really think of that carefully and get rid of That type of mentality people
“For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.”
― Carl Sagan
Posted 22 March 2013 - 01:03 AM
I think its obvious that people who back the paranormal want the kids to "see things" those kids having minds that are still being molded. I believe this is actually a type of child abuse.
Even the test sounds like they are leading the child.
when i was a child i saw things that would scare the mess out of any adult today. I use to see a demon every night when it was time for me to sleep first scared me to death but when i told my parents they never believed me. who would. but as time went on and every night it would be at my window watching me not saying anything not doing anything just watching me. it was actually made me feel safe after a while i saw it for a very long time til my parents put me on meds and called me crazy. I would see alot of other stuff to not just the demon in the window i would see shadows in the night and i would see small things walking past my doors and never did any of those come in my home but still scared me as a child. I also use to see things like snakes and spiders and scorpions coming out the walls and sinks and toliets. they was never real just visions everyone thought i was insane. but once my mother stuck me on meds they all went away and i am sorry to say it got rid of everything except the vision of the demon but he even eventually went away and i am sorry but i miss him really i actually began to feel safe with him watching over me til i slept. i just wish i knew exactly what it was that i was seeing but my aunt told me that when i was two i had a seizure and was dead and my uncle had brought me back to life and she said that what i was seeing was just imaginary. what do u guys think was i crazy and why is this the only thing i can remember of my childhood?