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What is whispering?A human is able to do much more than we think. In spite of the fact that the times in which we live are getting busier and fuller, there is a large number of people who pick up more than others.
Many people feel a lot. Everybody knows the example that when they visit a person ‘it doesn’t feel good’ after entry. Most of the time that feeling is very accurate. However, then comes the difficult part - which is translating that feeling and finding a reason for it. This asks for training.
A trained person is able to perceive things from another person and translate those things into words. But only if the person has approved it. That is an important part of whispering. Personal affairs are only spoken of with the permission of the person involved.
Whispering is listening to words that aren’t spoken.
Children at this timeWe live in a busy time where a lot of things happen around us which we often cannot place. Parents have had many years to get used to the fact that we are bombarded with information. Children born at this time come directly into contact with that avalanche of impressions (e.g. so many things ‘must’ happen, stress) and impulses (e.g. GSM, internet, digital TV). They very quickly are not able to cope anymore.
One of the causes for many problems children have at the moment (e.g. sleeping badly, restlessness, anger attacks) are to do with a specific psychology. This is the psychology that because babies are small and cannot talk, that they don’t understand anything. This is actually not the case anymore.
From the very first day, babies want to get a lot of explanation. This might be a contradiction for many people. However, babies become more peaceful when parents start to tell and explain a lot. And it proves to be an important key for the improvement of the wellbeing of children. In fact, we could question what the effect would be on a baby if an adult makes strange purring noises to a baby. Sometimes babies simply smile because it is so weird to see an human suddenly acting weird.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that we should only have serious conversations with a baby from day one. Having a romp, making funny noises and jokes all belong.
Indigo children? Star children? Children of a new dawn? Children of a silver epoch?There is a lot of talk and writing about children which are ‘different’. It is difficult to measure, but with a growing number of children it seems as if they look differently out of their eyes. They look as if they don’t want to miss anything and they seem to feel a lot of what is happening around them. Hyper sensitive might be a good word.
This increasing group of children, with ages up to six years, actually ask to be raised differently. The big question is, how does this new upbringing look like?
In the past one and a half year, Jorrit has been working with this group of children, from a growing desperation of the parents. During a baby whispering consult the child(ren) are observed and the advices from that observation are shared with the parents.
In 99% of the cases one baby whispering consult of about an hour is enough to advice the parents on how they can look differently at their children. Very often the advices are based on streamlining the many impulses that bombard the child. This makes the ecology for the child simpler and more surveyable. A direct result of this is that they become more quiet, sleep better, stop having anger attacks and therefore grow up more harmoniously.
The advices are simple and can be applied by everybody. They do however ask for a different way of thinking and acting from the parents. Especially during the first period it will demand extra energy from the parents. Most of them actually happily try it out.