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The Own of a New Age Child-Long Read by Hans Stolp

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The characteristic of a new age child

We live in a very special time, a time of transition. We may even say that the great transition that is beginning to get underway in our time is the most decisive and the most profound transition in all the evolution of mankind. Certainly, there have been profound times of transformation before and there have also been very decisive transitions before.

But the current transition will bring about something special: the awareness that we humans must finally break free from this paralyzing and total focus on matter and that we must learn to focus on the spiritual world and the spiritual laws of the cosmos. That means that we will finally wake up, and that we will finally start on the way of returning to God. The way of a constant,

We may also say: our time is comparable to the moment when the prodigal son (from the parable of the same name) sits with the pigs and becomes aware that someone is waiting for him: his father. Only when he becomes aware of that does he get up, leave the pigs behind and set off to meet his father.

When we realize that pigs symbolize life in the realm of matter, it becomes clear what this parable is essentially about: about our willingness to let go of the world of matter and to focus on spiritual laws.

Such awareness does not naturally occur on earth. On the contrary. It takes hard work, and the commitment of many is needed to create a global awareness. That is why people come to earth in our time, who have taken it upon themselves as their personal task to contribute in their own way to that great awareness and transformation of our time.

The people I mean, who are born in our time with this mission in their hearts, we usually call New Age children. After all, it is they who, on the one hand, already carry the energies of that new age, and who on the other hand have the task (with the help of those energies) to help realize that awareness and thereby realize that new time.

New age children do not take on an easy task: they are children who are not focused on matter, but rather on the spiritual dimensions of life. And they carry the new spiritual energies in their own hearts to Earth. But they are born into a society that is becoming more and more materialistic. And so a new age child can count on a lot of resistance and opposition to that new life on earth…

New-age children show that they are ‘different’ in many ways: different from the generation of children before them, different from most adults around them, different from most children they meet at school, at the music or sports club or wherever anyway, have to do with. Once you become sensitive to this fairly new phenomenon of the New Age child, you begin to notice it at a glance by the brightness of their eyes. Sometimes they are so open and transparent that it seems as if you can just walk into those eyes, miles away.

Often the ‘other’ of new-age children is mainly sought in the fact that almost all of them are psychic in one way or another, as we call it. By this we mean to say that they have a direct connection with the spiritual world, the world of our origin and our future in a very personal and very personal, but also in a very natural way.

Yet I think that the essence of new-age children is actually in another area, and that is in the area of ​​communication. After all, they have come to radically transform our society. They want to cultivate respect instead of cynicism, love instead of hate, forgiveness instead of retribution, and wonder instead of condemnation.

And so they have come to break down age-old patterns of coexistence and collaboration, acting as disruptors in many ways: disrupting and wrecking the old order. But it is precisely through this breakdown that they can finally create space for entirely new forms of cohabitation based on respect, equality and compassion.

The most important spiritual tool they need for the realization of that mission, and which they have used since childhood, is their very own, unique and new way of communicating. Because new age children communicate differently than generations before them, and differently than most of us are used to. We ‘old days’ children communicate mainly with words.

We talk to and listen to the other and consider the words the other speaks to us. Moreover, in our conversation we look attentively at the other person and draw our conclusions from the way the other speaks and looks at us. We look at his or her facial expression and notice how he or she moves. Because all those perceptions help us interpret the words we hear. After all, it happens often enough that the other person says things that he or she does not mean.

Or that the other person means to say completely different things than he or she actually says. Therefore, the observations just mentioned help us in explaining the words we heard. Fortunately, we have acquired a certain automatism in all of this, so that we are hardly aware of how we actually communicate with the other person: it has become a natural habit.

New age children communicate very differently. As soon as they focus on another person with whom they want to come into contact, they enlarge and widen their aura, or their spiritual body, and they take the other person into their own aura. After all, their aura is very flexible, much more flexible than ours, and therefore it is very easy and natural for New Age children to include the other in their own aura and thus to encompass the other with their own aura.

But when they do that, something very special happens: by the inclusion of the other in their own aura or in their own being, they get a direct connection with the interior of the other. You could say: they can just walk in and out of the other person’s heart. As a result, they immediately know in what we would call telepathic what the other is actually thinking, feels and experiences.

For new-age children, talking to the other is therefore not so much an attempt to make contact with the help of words, it is not so much listening and speaking, but rather involves empathizing and telepathically connecting with the other.

This also means that a New Age child immediately knows whether the other is telling the truth or not, and that a New Age child does not need the method that we use: to look at the facial expression, for example, or at the gestures and attitude of the other . A new age child just knows.

You may also call this way of communicating ‘communication with the heart’. For the telepathic knowledge inherent in them is a knowledge of the heart. It is therefore in principle also a loving knowledge, a knowledge full of compassion.

It may be clear from the foregoing that it is better not to ask a new-age child what you have just said: after all, the words have barely reached him, because instead of listening to your words, the child tuned in to what is going on in your heart. And it can immediately tell you something amazing about that – if you were open to it.

New age children usually do not know themselves that this is the specific way in which they communicate with others. Their knowledge is simply there, and that is generally enough for them. That is why New Age children often do not know that they essentially communicate very differently from others, and that has its consequences. For example, they are confused and surprised when they notice that the other person says something very different from what he or she actually thinks or feels.

They don’t understand why the other is lying. They see and know immediately that what the other person is saying is not right? And everyone can see or feel that right away, right? Then why does the other person do that? Their confusion and even bewilderment partly results from the fact that they do not know that the other person does not realize that this new age child sees through her or his lying.

And in the eyes of a new-age child, there is a lot of lying, because few people are willing to admit their weaknesses or who are willing to admit that they do not know certain things. This kind of falsehood is fatal, especially in education. A child can become completely confused when father and/or mother regularly say very different things than they actually think or feel inside.

That means that all educators, parents, but also teachers, for example, must carefully watch that they remain true to the truth in everything they say. A white lie is no longer possible. And it is no longer possible to say that you feel fine, while you actually feel bad inside, because the new age child immediately sees that you are lying.

New-age adult children in particular often get stuck at this point in their lives. After all, in the past they usually did not know themselves that they were different from others. They usually felt that they were an outcast, a little strange, but didn’t understand why. They certainly didn’t know that they were also different in terms of communication, so they thought that everyone, like them, could see or sense exactly what was going on in others.

Therefore, these older New Age children didn’t understand two things: First, they didn’t understand why so many people were lying in a way that was so obvious (or palpable) to them. But they also didn’t understand why the adults around them in turn didn’t sense them, and why those adults didn’t know without words what was going on inside them.

I heard from several new-age children, now grown up, not only about the surprise, but also about the sadness that they experienced time and again as children when they had to realize once again that the adults around them just waltzed over their feelings.

And that, while, thought the new-age child, everyone can still feel and know what is really going on inside the other? Now, looking back with today’s knowledge, we can safely say that many of these “new age children avant la lettre” have grown skewed in some way and that many of them have had to work hard to come to terms with their individuality and with this for them often so confusing earthly life.

but also about the sadness that they experienced time and again as children when they had to realize that the adults around them just waltzed over their feelings. And that, while, thought the new-age child, everyone can still feel and know what is really going on inside the other? Now, looking back with today’s knowledge, we can safely say that many of these “new age children avant la lettre” have grown skewed in some way and that many of them have had to work hard to come to terms with their individuality and with this for them often so confusing earthly life.

but also about the sadness that they experienced time and again as children when they had to realize that the adults around them just waltzed over their feelings. And that, while, thought the new-age child, everyone can still feel and know what is really going on inside the other? Now, looking back with today’s knowledge, we can safely say that many of these “new age children avant la lettre” have grown skewed in some way and that many of them have had to work hard to come to terms with their individuality and with this for them often so confusing earthly life.

everyone can feel and know what is really going on in the other? Now, looking back with today’s knowledge, we can safely say that many of these “new age children avant la lettre” have grown skewed in some way and that many of them have had to work hard to come to terms with their individuality and with this for them often so confusing earthly life.

everyone can feel and know what is really going on in the other? Now, looking back with today’s knowledge, we can safely say that many of these “new age children avant la lettre” have grown skewed in some way and that many of them have had to work hard to come to terms with their individuality and with this for them often so confusing earthly life.

Not a punishment, but a conversation

New age children show us with their special ability to communicate how we will all communicate in the future. After all, they are forerunners and show what will be generally valid for everyone in the future. In terms of communication, they show that our human communication will (finally) become one from the heart. But they also show us what the specific risks are of this form of communication.

For a new age child, the danger of this communication is the loss of self. By this I mean that a new age child feels so much connected and knows with the other that it forgets to guard its own boundaries and thus forgets to say no in time and to create space for itself in time.

This is of course because the new age child connects with the other from the strength of the heart, and therefore feels compassionately and lovingly involved in the questions, the problems and sorrows, which appear to live in the other’s heart, and who can just feel it.

This in itself is, of course, an impressive ability, and also a truly huge step forward in our human evolution that we are finally beginning to learn to know ourselves from heart to heart and to feel responsible for what we hold in the heart of the other. read. But we will also be allowed to teach (new-time) children in the education of children to learn to take responsibility for their own life and for their own inner world and thus learn to guard their own boundaries.

This is all the more important because New Age children are often taxed beyond their means. That is simply because of that new way of communicating that is their own. This makes it very easy for them to take in everything that burdens and weighs on another. It is actually a continuous bombardment of profound impressions and emotions that they acquire, and which they find difficult to process.

That is the very reason why New Age children are often quite busy and restless: with this behavior they try to respond to the excess of impressions. It is also the reason why some New Age children now and then withdraw almost unreachably far into themselves: to be free from that torrent of impressions.

Children are often labeled as ADD or ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) because of this kind of behavior. However, they are usually not busy or hyperactive by themselves, but because of that new communication capacity that often burdens them too much with impressions and emotions: as a result, they become busy, over-active or, on the contrary, they withdraw unreachably far into themselves.

New age children therefore also need techniques to shut themselves off for a while from too much impressions. They need clarity, boundaries, respect and explanation, through which they come to understand and accept themselves. And they – like all children – need confirmation, especially confirmation in self-confidence.

but it is because of that new communication capacity that they often burden them too heavily with impressions and emotions: as a result they become busy, over-active or, on the contrary, they withdraw unreachably far into themselves. New age children therefore also need techniques to shut themselves off for a while from too much impressions.

They need clarity, boundaries, respect and explanation, through which they come to understand and accept themselves. And they – like all children – need confirmation, especially confirmation in self-confidence. but it is because of that new communication capacity that they often burden them too heavily with impressions and emotions: as a result they become busy, over-active or, on the contrary, they withdraw unreachably far into themselves.

New age children therefore also need techniques to shut themselves off for a while from too much impressions. They need clarity, boundaries, respect and explanation, through which they come to understand and accept themselves. And they – like all children – need confirmation, especially confirmation in self-confidence. through which they come to understand and accept themselves.

And they – like all children – need confirmation, especially confirmation in self-confidence. through which they come to understand and accept themselves. And they – like all children – need confirmation, especially confirmation in self-confidence.

Probably needless to say, but just to be on the safe side, I’ll do it anyway: Punishing a new-age child in an attempt to bring it into line doesn’t help. The child is, unlike my generation that was/is, insensitive to such clumsy attempts to create order. Punishment is precisely something that belongs to a vanishing age; it belongs to the time that new age children come to put an end to.

The only thing that helps is talk, talk and talk some more. In other words: talking to the child as an equal, so a conversation with respect, from an open attitude and with understanding. Nothing else helps. The educators of the new age child will therefore also have to master this form of conversation. And that is only possible if they also enter into such a conversation with a certain self-respect…

Carrying the karma of others

Something else is also connected with this special communication ability of new-age children: that a new-age child is almost automatically inclined to carry the karma of parents and of other beloved people around him. This is because a new age child is so absorbed in the being of (for example) the parent, or takes that being of the parent into its own aura to such an extent that it thus naturally also absorbs the life conflicts and the life questions of the parent and leads to them.

makes his. For example, the child incorporates the parent’s fear of life into his own being and into his own heart. It takes the self-doubt and takes it into its own heart. Or it takes over the unfocused anger that lives secretly in the parent’s heart, but who notices the new-age child through his special way of communicating. Mind you: what I say now are almost always unconscious processes.

But processes that occur more and more often, simply because the number of New Age children is increasing. The child takes that doubt, that fear and that anger into his own being so much that later on he no longer knows whether that fear, doubt and anger arise from himself, or whether they essentially do not belong to his own deepest being. but are deposited in him from without.

In this way, adult new-age children have often fought, overcome and released the soul conflicts of their parents in their own personal lives or in their own hearts. So that is the way in which a new age child helps to bear the karma of the parents. For this takeover and vicarious transformation of the parent’s life conflict actually lessens the gravity and severity of the life conflict in the parent’s soul.

This vicarious transformation also has an enlightening effect on the parent, if he is already deceased and in the spiritual world: there too and then the parent will experience relief from the soul’s distress through the child’s vicarious work on earth.

It is new in our time that we can help each other bear each other’s karma in such a far-reaching way: by taking the soul conflicts of the other person into our own heart and transforming it there. This new human capacity shows us the beginnings of a new age, in which we no longer come to Earth to work out our own karma, but in which we also choose to come to Earth for the sake of others.

Mere focus on ourselves is replaced by a loving concern for other people and the earth. That loving involvement will determine in the future – and already for new age children – the choices we make before we are born in the spiritual world for a new earthly life.

Mental skewed growth

When a child’s unique way of communicating is not understood and respected, the result is often a mental imbalance in the child. Adult new-age children can often talk about this from their own experience.

Broadly speaking, and apart from the many possible nuances, we can distinguish two reactions to the misunderstanding of the environment: either a child becomes obnoxious, difficult and difficult to deal with, or a child represses its own being as much as possible to but can adapt to what is apparently expected of him.

Both reactions naturally cause major problems in later life. Children who become difficult and obnoxious in response to the lack of understanding of educators and the environment are often seen as a problem. Yet they are essentially not: after all, the real problem lies in the misunderstanding and lack of respect of the environment, and not so much in the child.

So that environment should be treated and addressed, and not the child. However, this does not always happen, and all problems are often put on the child’s account. It is not easy for a child to withdraw from such a stamp in later life and to become (still) the balanced person that it really is at the deepest level. For that it has to do a lot of inner work, which requires patience, endurance and trust in God.

The other reaction of a child to the misunderstanding of the environment consists of a denial of its own being and an adjustment to what the environment apparently sees as desirable behavior. Such a child hardens itself, because only by hardening yourself inwardly can you shut off and deny your own deepest sources of life.

Ultimately, such a hardening and flight from one’s own being at a later age usually leads to major problems, because a strong impulse arises from the deepest self of the adult child to finally let go of all that adaptive behavior and put it overboard to to become oneself. Such a transformation, which reveals the very self of these adapted children, usually goes through major conflicts and painful life experiences.

It is good to realize these things, because then we are all the more aware of the importance of avoiding this kind of skewed growth as much as possible. And that is only possible when we develop a real understanding for the own, different being of a new age child and when we have the courage to see such children as our teacher in certain areas instead of the other way around.

Patience

New age children usually have endless patience. Mostly. This characteristic is particularly visible in adult new-age children. As soon as they feel that the other person is out to grow and progress spiritually, they have endless patience for that other person.

Then the other person may, for example, tell the same story of sadness and loss dozens of times: if it helps them to get through the pain and loss and finally put it behind them, then the new age child will listen again for the hundredth time with a loving patience and a warm attention to that story, as if hearing that story for the first time.

But as soon as the new age child feels that the other person is only telling that story again for the umpteenth time to get attention, without he or she committing himself to finally being able to put that sadness and loss behind him, then the patience of the new age child is over in one go. Intuitively and spontaneously, it turns away from the other, and often breaks contact afterwards.

It is important for adult New Age children to understand this mechanism. Because sometimes it seems so capricious from the outside: on the one hand that endless patience with which the new age child is ready for one person, but on the other hand that clear rejection of another, without it being clear to outsiders why this happens.

The new-age child often doesn’t know it either, and sometimes feels guilty about this apparently fickle reaction. And yet the reaction of the New Age child is not at all erratic, only the why is not clear.

In itself it is actually something very special that the new age child comes to earth with this attitude: an attitude that betrays that life is deeply concerned with that path of spiritual growth, a path of growing insight, and a path in which old, negative life patterns can be overcome and a new attitude to life of surrender, trust and love becomes possible.

It is touching that a New Age child has a deep respect from within for everyone who goes this way, but makes short shrift of anyone who refuses to grow in life and who refuses, for example, to grow small, to admit guilt and develop humility. Evidently the new age child has somehow instilled in the world before birth how important and decisive this choice is for the path of spiritual growth.

Anyone who has to deal with a new-age child in their own environment – ​​and who does not have that in our time? – will therefore also have to consciously choose this life path of spiritual growth, if it wants to live in an open relationship with that new age child.

Learning to turn their weakness into strength

New age children are inwardly aware of an assignment. They feel and know that they did not just come to earth, but that they have an important mission to fulfill here. They need the help of the adults around them to stay aware of that sense of assignment, and not to lose it because of the many problems, rejection, loneliness and misunderstanding that a new age child has to count on.

When a New Age child loses that strong awareness of an assignment, it essentially loses itself. So much is the innermost being of the child intertwined with that life mission. Sometimes they also need the help of educators, friends and girlfriends to stay aware of that assignment.

New age children may also learn to make their weakness their strength. By this I mean this: new age children know and experience that they are different. That brings loneliness. They are often bullied as children. In addition, they are also children who know. But how do you make that knowledge clear as a child to people who only live from the power of thought? And such people often come across New Age children in our time. New age children also often get stuck in existing,

entrenched structures and are certainly not always the easiest children. All this does not make life easy for such children. But instead of trying to adapt to their environment, a temptation that always lurks, they may learn to be proud of their differentness. May they learn that their differentness is related to the very own mission that they come to fulfill here on earth. So they may make their strength from what they are often rejected, condemned and bullied by others,

they may learn to transform their weakness into self-conscious strength. And every new-age child who succeeds in this transformation will then really start on her or his great task: to help transform this society into a world of peace, of love and respect for each other.

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