Abilities

Discussion in 'Children's Past Lives -Age 7 & under' started by glia21, Sep 6, 2017.

  1. glia21

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    Dear all,
    there is a topic I can´t get out of my mind. It´s about children`s abilities when they are very young and a possible PL relation. I do have three kids and though none of them ever had any memory to share so far (except for a vulcano land my daughter seems to recall where she lived with her two best friends in this life - she calls it a dream but since it has so many details and occured so many times - at least before she turned 7 - I think it might be more than that.) I wonder where their interests and abilities and also things that are specifically hard for them to learn/do come from.

    My son, for example, had an exceptionally hard time to hold a pen and write. Or paint a picture. And he still can´t whistle (he´s 12). But he loved books since he was born, really, even as a baby he used to look at our books in the shelves for a looong time(i have alot ;)) . Also he´s not interested in music at all.

    My daughter knew how to whistle from an early age. She wasn´t interested in books until she turned 8, not at all, but loved music (all kinds of - musicals, classic, even opera which no one else likes in our family).
    When reading an english word she knows how to pronounce it without ever having an english lesson. We speak german. My son on the other hand has a hard time to pronounce it, he´s got english lessons for 2 years now at school and I need to help him.

    All these little things, also the fears they have, they must come from somewhere? My son was also very scared of any noise he heard - even noise from toy cars. My daughters both are not, even the fireworks were alright and my younger daughter is only 9 months.

    For me it´s amazing to watch these differences. Could there be an explanation with the genes/DNA they have? Same parents, same infrastructure, same stress level during pregnancy (a low one). Similar quite easy going births with practically no trauma experience (I was lucky).

    Would be even more interesting by comparing twins or triplets :cool: .

    What do you think about it?
    What are your experiences?

    Glia
     
  2. KenJ

    KenJ Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Here is a thread/message along those lines considering talents that seem to have been carried forward. Unfortunately, I was too interested in my career and providing for my family to have noted much about my daughters during those early years. However, as you stated, they all had similar births and environments, but they are VERRRY different - although each of them are independent and resourceful as adults.

    My contribution to the thread I linked to was a link to Connie Talbot who seemed to me to be a very good example of more talent that could be achieved in their few years in their current lifetime. I'm not sure that having talents that carry forward are such a good idea if it leads to a narrow career.

    I found it interesting when you mentioned whistling, not so much with my daughters, but with my sister, she could use two fingers, actually finger and thumb, to produce a loud whistle that I never mastered.
     
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    KenJ - On the isle of La Gomera, Canary Islands, they have a whole language just by whistling. Impressing. I was there once in 2006. They even teach it in school. :cool: Thanks for the link to the thread, I´ll read it.
     

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