Helping children unleash their genius mind

When you encourage your children to be creative, they will develop the two faculties of genius: visualization and imagination. You can begin at any age, even before they are born.

Katherine Sandusky did that. She began programming mentally to attract a genius child even before conception, and she has continued programming ever since. “God blessed us with a mind to use for good purposes,” she said. “We can teach our children how to do that starting before they are born.

“Creativity is in the Spiritual Dimension just like praying is in the Spiritual Dimension,” she continued. “Intuition is in the Spiritual Dimension - because God sends us coincidences or indications - gut feelings about something good or bad.

“When we tap into our creative mind spiritually, God will guide us through the process - that’s how we become successful. We have to believe in Him, and put all our faith in Him in order for us to blossom.

“It is like the congregation that prayed for rain. The pastor said that only one person in church that day truly believed their prayers would be answer, and that was the lady who brought her umbrella.”

Scientists now know that a mother’s ability to communicate with her child is not limited by distance.

A mother has a natural connection - a mental or spiritual connection - with her children. The child was once a part of the mother’s body, and a mother retains the ability to communicate with that part of herself, no matter how young or how old, no matter how close or far away the child is. It is automatic.

Wait until your child has been asleep for at least half an hour. Then relax, visualize your child (recall what your child looks like), and then you can communicate with your child mentally, on a deep inner level, where the child will not reject your advice and guidance. It doesn’t matter how old you child is or how far away, you still have the same subjective (mental) connection for your entire life, even if your child is thousands of miles away.

Whatever you do must be in the child’s best interest, something that the child will benefit from doing.

Kathy has done that with her daughter Lily ever since she was born. We don't control other people - even a newborn infant has free will. But we can influence them.

Gaining young people's trust

You can use Everyday ESP to detect the invisible barriers that people have erected, old wounds you may have forgotten, or not even know about, and misunderstandings that have never been adequately resolved.

Then you can use remote influencing to establish rapport at deep, inner levels, and watch the changes that take place at the outer level.

That’s what Marie Buckingham (now Burleson) did. Shortly after completing the Silva training, she found herself faced with a challenge in a junior-high school classroom.

There were four troublemakers in one of her classes, four girls who disrupted the rest of the students so that no one could participate. It was not limited to just Marie’s classroom. These same girls had a reputation among the faculty and the school counselor for causing similar trouble in all of their classes.

For one week, Marie programmed herself to wake up earlier than usual so she could project to these girls while they were still asleep. Here’s Marie’s story, in her own words:

I would get up, maybe 15 minutes early, and project each one on my mental screen. I’d spend five minutes, maybe less, on each one. I told them that it’s more fun to be good than bad and reminded each one that I thought she was a wonderful person.
And they were all nice girls, and they were all intelligent.

I told them that I hoped they would cooperate in class so that they, and their classmates and I, could all enjoy the class. I told them I looked forward to having them do this and that I would appreciate it. Then I thanked them.

After the next class, I asked them to stay behind for a minute. I told them that they were creating problems in the class, but that

I knew they were nice people.

When they came to class the next time, the ringleader refused to let herself become involved in the antics of the other three. She sat apart from them.

During the next class, she asked a question. The other students looked at her in disbelief. Pretty soon, though, she came up with some ideas, and by the end of class, all four girls were participating in class.

As they left the room at the end of class, the ringleader looked at me, smiled, and said, “You know, I think it’s more fun being good than bad.”

That was the end of my trouble with the troublemakers.

Imagine how valuable these skills are for parents. There will be people in your child’s peer group wanting him to join a gang.

Somebody is going to try to get one of your children to try drugs. Four of his friends will be there, calling him “chicken” and trying to get him to try it. How important will your powers of Remote Influencing be at that instant? How valuable will they be? Now is the time to practice and develop your ability.

Somebody is going to pressure your teenage daughter to try sex—unprotected sex. This could be a life-and-death decision that you are making today when you decide to develop your Everyday ESP.

You can use Remote Influencing to reach your children at a deep inner level where they know you are telling them the truth, that what you are telling them really is in their best interest, just as Marie Buckingham did.

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