Restless Teenage Years Posted on January 4, 2019 by admin Educating the teens has been hardest in our educational system. It’s the time when the child is embroiled in internal conflict as to personal identity, a time that there’s such an impulse to rebel against the present adult arrangement; a time that if teachers are not careful may produce a make or mar situation. That’s the time that kids are more likely to take to drugs due to peer groups and other aspects that goes beyond the scope of this write-up. But poor understanding of what is happening to the adolescent is bound to hasten their alienation to their surroundings, making them a victim to odd impacts. Therefore this report attempts to examine the adolescent and their spiritual journey in this material world. I’ve said in other posts that the spirit, the future owner of the body generally incarnate in the fetus at the middle of pregnancy. It’s the time of the first kick of the infant in the uterus, and with the entry of the soul the blood mechanically forms. It is therefore safe to say that the spirit forms the blood it’s likely to use in the body. This is because the soul binds itself to the body with the blood as the bridge. Actually it is the radiation of the soul that joins with the radiation of the blood vessels to keep it bound. Hence whenever the soul leaves the body in death the body instantly dissolves. But that isn’t the topic for today. It is as if it’s meant to be connected with the world but wasn’t yet permitted to until the right time. That’s the reason children learn only by imitation, because responsibility has not yet set in. They are more like animals, evoking the source of the body I discussed in the content Evolution vs Creation. It is also at this age that mostly people have the ability to see the kinds of the forces of the components like the gnomes, elves and water sprites. It is also the period when the connection of the soul with their previous lives is strongest. Teachers must take into considerations of the fact so as not to hamper the natural evolution of the child. For a child who can see an elemental being and a teacher tells him that such beings do not exist but is a figment of his imagination does lots of damage to the child’s psyche. At adolescence, the bridge is now lowered for the soul to make direct contact with the environment. Here the timing of personal responsibility sets in, and there’s this longing for everything ideal by the person involved. But the perfect they envisage is glaringly contrary to the fact they see in the world. This is the cause of the rebellious nature of youth. And this rebellion can be taken to extremes, particularly when, in the case of girls, books of romance paint artificial pictures of existence.