|I tell friends that "ive put the fear of God in my daughter about the street" I'm not religious but I have intentionally scared her of the road since she was very little and am quite confident that she will not run in it. I always tell her how small she is and that cars could hit her and kill her or hurt her very very much. I've told her cars can't see her and that she has to be with a tall person on the street. I've also taught her to look both ways and she is pretty good about deciding when we should walk|
I understand that continuum children have such profound awareness that they do not fall into waterways or firepits and do not cut themselves with knives. However, I wonder how this translates to something like a busy road. It may translate perfectly, I just think being such an unnatural setting, natural instincts may fail. I could also be wrong.
My nephew died on the road at the age of five due to a spontaneous burst of childish energy. Hit by a car, died on life support. If he had all his instincts intact, I wonder if he would have saved himself. I wonder if his subconscious awareness would have prevented him from running into that danger zone without him even having to think of it consciously. It's worth thinking about, but at the same time, I do wonder about unnatural settings.