Boo! Simple enough right? The boogie man is going to get you or a late night story about how a creature or a white man with a sword or arsenal of weapons or special device to use on children while they are a way a camp for instance can't be anything but fun. Is it? Dimensional fear starts early. It is a real phenomenon that all persons can experience and is mostly activated from childhood experiences.
Fear of being from other dimensions whether they exist or not is reinforced by childhood stories, movies, videos and parents who think it is innocent to subject small children to images and stories of beastly characters. To help overcome fear of the unknown can start with less frightful images, stories and even in some cases beliefs imparted from adults into a child's life.
Stay away from playing vicious stories of children being murdered and adults being honored for being serial killings while children are under ten years of age and especially while the sleep. Many people have large screen TV's that can be heard easily through walls to the point the sound is clear enough to seem to be in the room. This can still affect the psyche of a young person inflicting fear since the sounds of terror go into the subconscious during sleep.
Consider talking to children about horror stories in a way that they not only understand they are not real but also the dangers they can inflict mentally even when they are either not believers and or have seen brutal and frightening images. This may help for understanding about paranormal activity seen, heard and or talked about on documentaries and in other mediums. It is a matter of helping to stop dimensional fear before it happens.
Children who have fear of invisible creatures have a tendency to have an overactive imagination as adults that can affect romantic relationships and communication ability in business, help cause learning disabilities and more. Relationship trauma can be a result of pain and terror. Children experience a type of pain from fear that can be seen in their adulthood. Dr. Tian Dayton explains more in the article on relationship trauma on another level about how images and fear are connected in the brain of an adult associated with childhood experiences. Another key to understanding how media images of terror affects childhood experiences that carry into adulthood fear of the unknown. The spirit becomes terrified, take it not likely, from terror images similar to the effects of terrorism images in media.
© 2012 Sharon L. West- 2008-2012 MightyDreamer Publishing, Inc.