I’m wondering if you know any kids who have their Emotional Solar Plexus defined?
Maybe you have one or a couple around you right now?
These kids are the roller coaster kids.
They have emotional highs and lows.
Up and down. Up and down. Up and down.
They have their own emotional wave. They’re not trying to get under your skin when their mood is low.
It’s who they are and where their emotional vibrational frequency is at that moment.
Sometimes they’ll be high, sometimes they’ll be low and for most little people, most of the time, they’ll be somewhere in the middle.
This of course, is the case for big emotionally defined people too.
They’re BROADCASTING their emotional wave out continuously.
Anyone in the house who is emotionally UNdefined, will RECEIVE their emotions based on where the emotionally defined housemates are on their wave…AMPLIFIED!
The emotionally defined kid is not trying to p#$s the rest of you off. They’re really not. It’s just how they are designed.
These kids need time to make decisions.
Emotionally Defined children are not built to make decisions in the moment. Teach them this, and they will thank you later! (impulse buying mistakes anyone?)
If your child or a child you care for, teach or know is emotionally defined, (and 51% of us are emotionally defined so chances are high that you will), please understand this about them…They need time.
They need time to decide if they really want that toy from the toy shop that they see and want in the moment. Promise to take them back to the toy shop in a few days if they still want it. So often, they will have forgotten about it not long after they leave the shop because they just wanted it in the moment.
Emotionally defined kids (and grown-ups) are not designed to know their truth in the moment. If they really want it still after a few days, you’ll know – because they won’t forget!
It can take time to decide if they like a food. They might not like it the first time. Sometimes it just takes a few times to get used to it. (And of course, sometimes they were NEVER going like it!)
Time is often needed to settle into friendships.
They need time to decide if they like a teacher or if a particular school will be right for them. This is super important when faced with big decisons around which school (or college or club etc) to attend – they simply won’t know on first impressions. They need time to feel into their emotions before they fully know their truth.
As they get older and start making decisions about which subjects to take and which to drop, make sure they and their school give them the maximum amount of time to make up their minds. When forced to make spur of the moment decisions, mistakes can be easily made.
Get them to start feeling into what feels right over time early on.
Don’t rush them into decisions. It’s just not how they are designed to operate.
How useful would it be to understand this piece about their energy as adults.
Imagine how much money might be saved, broken hearts and relationships might be avoided, poor business and career moves dodged , living arrangements and property acquisitions and disposals properly thought out.
But I’m getting ahead of myself aren’t I!
I just wish I knew this when I was younger.