G: Right. I’ve got Disneyland.
S: Oh, let’s go.
G: Yeah. Lots of different colours. But I’ve got the excitement of Disneyland. So in front of me, I’ve got a whole series of different colours, and they’re just different shapes and lumps and so on, but they’re all different colours. But I can see, overall, that is the excitement of what a child sees in Disneyland.
So I think we’re looking at things through a child’s perspective today, how they see things. And I’m looking upwards, and I can see my mum’s hands, for example, just above my head. So I would be six-ish, I suppose. Anyway. So, let’s see.
S: It’s funny, in my little writings that come to my mind, today I was using kids as an example, and how people react to things and whatever. And you have one child, their balloon pops, and they just look at the balloon and carry on playing and say how much fun can I have? And the other child responds and reacts and starts crying and howling and wants another balloon to replace it. And already then, the energies are coming in, different energies are coming in. But in general, they look at every day as their birthday kind of thing. It’s like, how much fun can we have?
G: It’s because every day is a new experience.
G: And those experiences can be good or bad. So, the upbringing, why we sort of look after them for the first few years, is to just get them on the right foundation, to give them the right foundation.
Spirit: So let’s say a child is, let’s just take the popped balloon for an example. If the balloon pops and it sort of scares the child, that’s something which will scare them, which it shouldn’t do. So we can change that a little bit. That’s why we taught them so. It’s just a matter of putting some of our children in there, they play, they explain, and so on.
So the way kids grow up, is they’re very adaptable, put it that way. Where there has been abused children, normally it’s because they wanted to be abused in that particular life, they chose that particular life. Otherwise we could change things around.
So when children are born, as you know, they’re trying to be born on a specific date. But because of the free will of the mother, they don’t always get that specific date. We know it’s meant to be. If only it was perfect, that’s what it would be, but the mother could go off the rails for a variety of different reasons, and therefore the date changes.
Spirit: So if that happens, what we can do in the first few years is we can make the alterations and changes as we need to, to make sure the child is brought up the right way. But it’s just going to change the child’s initial attributes that he gets from the different stars and planets, your star signs. So that’s what happens in the first few years.
S: I was also thinking of, you know, if you have children, people love to give to children, they love to support children, so if you have a bunch of kids and they’ve made lemonade and they have a lemonade stand and they all have a yummy lemonade. They’re creating things. It doesn’t even matter if the lemonade tastes like watered down sea water, they will still buy and pay, double probably, for the lemonade because the children are trying and people just want to give. They want to support them; they want to give to them. And then I was thinking about these attributes to show adults how to be people. And then if a child is sitting in a corner sulking and cross and angry and whatever, first of all, there are certain people that want to help that child, but you would want to give that child less, but I wasn’t trying to use that attribute. And I was thinking, okay, so what example can I use? Someone sitting there trying to… So then my example went a bit squiff.
Spirit: Yeah, you give both the same way, because what you want to do is make things better, but you cannot do the same thing with an adult.
S: No, that’s what I got to.
Spirit: It’s a totally different way.
S: Yes. I was trying to give them an example and I just said, no, that went squiff.
Spirit: Okay. So children do a lot of expecting in a way because they’ve got their mommy, their parents, their grandparents, people that love them, people that give them things, people that hug them and so on, so they feel safe and secure and they’re making bad things right. So if they fall over and mommy kisses it better, this sort of thing.
Spirit: So they’re looked after all the time. Now, let me just get to where I was going there for a minute.
Spirit: Okay. So as I go to the next stage, the giving stage has just taken 7 to 14. Then it becomes half and half and half is learning. Half is learning the difficult lessons. Mommy, I want an ice cream. No, you can’t have one. And so they learn that side of it. And that, to them, is a little bit of a hard lesson because they’ve always been given things up until that stage. So discipline is so important.
So they learn that particular lesson and then when they get to the 14 to 18, then it’s a lot more of that because it has to be. They have to learn. They have to be able to make decisions for themselves. And that’s why it’s important for them to make mistakes so they can learn from those mistakes exactly the same as we do.
Now, it doesn’t matter how much you guide them. They will always do what they want. And if you think back to your youth, you did exactly the same thing. You felt, once you reached your 13, 14, 15, you were very much in charge of your life and you knew much better than the grown-ups did. You didn’t believe the grown-ups knew exactly what was going on and so on. You would listen to them and you’d say yes, etc. You’d do a few things right.
In general, you were very good, but you lived in your own world and you had your own beliefs. You knew what you were doing. And the object of that is so that you can hit your head, make mistakes, and that will ground you, make you much more experienced for the rest of your life and when it is important.
So the more of these lessons that you go through in the beginning, it’s often the people that go through a very rough childhood that turn out to be the best characters.
S: The best people, yeah.
Spirit: So what they’re doing is having their lessons much earlier than they would in later life.
Spirit: So let’s have a look at the children that we’re going to go through with this change of the Earth. It’s going to be the same sort of thing. You’re going to have the three different age groups going through the change and how is a change really going to be different for them? Will the change be different for them instead of like it was maybe ten years ago? Will the change make all that difference? The idea or the answer is yes. What we’ve got to do is basically train them a little bit earlier.
What we want is the youth of the new generation to understand more the problems that occur in life and to take more responsibility for what they do. So to grow up a little bit earlier, in other words. So what we need to do is give them a little bit more instruction, a little bit more discipline in the earlier years. So when they get that, then they can progress and be far better at it than we were ten, fifteen, twenty, thirty years ago.
S: Yeah, everything’s progressed a lot more already.
Spirit: Yeah. So if you take your very young age group, the zero to seven, that’s just a matter of cutting back a little bit on the giving and just making them more aware of they basically have to be good to get the ice creams.
And then from seven to fourteen, you just make that a little bit stronger. But what you instill in them from seven to fourteen is far more of this, if you don’t make your bed, you clean up afterwards, tidy your room and so on. And they’re just learning earlier and there’s nothing wrong with that.
If you look at the last few generations, it’s gone from one extreme to the other. Whereas in the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s, it was a matter of children were seen and not heard. They were disciplined. And when they grew up, it was their responsibility at the age of fifteen, sixteen to go out, to be the man of the house, to earn money, to work in the mines and so on.
And now it’s gone to the other extreme from that. It’s gone in the 70s where you’ve got to, you cannot spank a child. Even admonishing them is just not too acceptable. It’s got to have the right words right, the right category, the right etiquette and so on. And they have just become weaker and weaker. What happens when they become weaker is that their characters become stronger.
Spirit: Not so much stronger, but more rebellious. So when that gets to their adult life, that characteristic carries on through the adult life and that is what creates all the problems that you have and that you’ve been having in the last forty to fifty years on this particular planet.
S: Yeah. And also even sex was not mentioned two generations ago.
S: And then my generation, earlier and now, you’ve got to talk to them at about ten before they hear about garbage from someone else. It’s like, that’s gone.
Spirit: Don’t forget they’re getting a lot wiser at an earlier age. So they can understand this more, but your main problem is you have this internet, which gives them much more information and they all access the internet.
Spirit: Do you think any child under the age of twelve, thirteen, fourteen hasn’t been on to the internet and done all the research they want about sex, because it’s all there? But what that means is sex to them suddenly is not the wonderful thing that we saw it as when we were growing up. It was something which was very, very special. Now it’s just commonplace. So again, that will change. With the new era, it will become more about so much sex before marriage, but not to be free sex before marriage.
Spirit: Because when you get to a state of marriage, you want to be able to, first of all, trust your partner. If it’s as casual as going to the road for a drink and a bar, it’s so much easier. More discipline is needed and more correctness is needed in this new generation. That creates pride in the person and that pride allows them to look after the family, not just themselves. They become part of a family, part of a unit. And that pride is now very important. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the mother, father or the children. Pride is what’s important.
Now if you go back to Egyptian days, for example, where you had, there were two different, rather several levels of, what would you call it, you had the royalty level right at the top, then you had the lower level and the very low level, but they all had their pride. It didn’t matter how much money they had. That wasn’t important or assets. It was the pride doing the right thing.
Spirit: And that’s what’s been lost. And that again, is now coming round in this next cycle. So, children will be looked after and they will just be growing up a little bit faster with a little bit more discipline so we have a much stronger generation. Right, that’s enough for children.