The Little Boy
His mother was beside herself. He would cling onto all day long. Cry constantly – never let her out of his sight. Even having a shower was a major problem. It was starting to affect the whole family.
I first checked his numbers and sure enough he had a six, seven and nine. So I knew before I even visited he would have emotions tired up with a fear of something that had previously happened. He would be visual so his bedroom would be totally affecting his mind space. I had the urge to take a couple of crystals that I thought he may like to hold as a calmer when he was worried.
When I looked at his bedroom it was easy to see the problems.
Blue – there was so much blue in the room – quilts, sheets and walls. When there is too much blue in a bedroom the person will feel as if they are drowning
Artwork – the artwork the little boy would wake up to was 1 a clown being horned by a bull and the other one was an Indian chief on a horse with a spear standing in a river. To frightening pictures which made you feel you were going to be attacked. When I explained the artwork to the mum, she was horrified that she had not realised. We took the pictures down immediately
Fish – right next to his bedside table a fighter fish – fish in the bedroom will again affect the emotions
Chair – now this was the main mind changer. The chair that was turned around and facing into the wall was the chair that his mum used to breast feed him in. By the chair being turned into the wall it was giving him the impression that the precious time of him and his mum was no longer. I turned the chair around immediately. As I chatted with him mum the little boy had gone into another room and brought back with him a fun quilt with a happy face car on it. He started to try and put the quilt over the chair. It was amazing to see this little boy start to come alive.
Plants – to try and ground his mind I then took him outside and we worked in the garden. I explained to him how we would create a herb garden. He was totally into the digging. Then the watering of the plants. As he dug his mum and I would move further away from him. We would pop our heads around to ask how he was going. His mum would tell him I am just going inside to chat with Chris. It didn’t take long and we were able to go right inside the house.
Last but not least – as he was digging he heard a bang and within seconds fled into the house scared. I then explained to him that we would go exploring. When someone does not know what has happened their mind can go in all sorts of ways. This little boy needed to know what the bang was so I asked him if he would like to find out what made the noise – he nodded yes. So I headed to the back of the shed and sure enough there was a man there loading wood into his ute. The little boy saw what was being done so there was no need to be scared. Kids with a seven energy as their path number always need knowledge.
The mum and dad were amazed how gradually he started to get confidence, the crying stopped and his mum able to take showers in peace.
Best of all the little boy would invite his dad into his room with his little sister – ask them to sit in the chair and he would make up stories.