My three-year old daughter recently took interest in life and death. I believe in reincarnation and I could tell her about the knowledge and feeling I have based on books, my own PL regression experience etc. but I'm hesitant about it. Perhaps she may not take killing as such an evil. Or what if she does not take her own life seriously, believing that she could "redo" everything? I heard some regressionists do not accept the underaged or even those under 30 as clients because of "lack in life experience". On the other hand, some children take the concept of reincarnation more naturally than adults, whether they can recall their past lives or not - maybe it is because of their soul age or traits. So my question is, when and how did you tell about reincarnation to your children who are curious about life and death? How did they respond? Or did you tell them about religious stories or folktales (such as heaven and hell) until they became mature enough?