Children’s Psi Experiences: an analysis of parapsychic phenomena experienced by children and how they are affected
Cases of children describing events they could not know or behaving as if they were perceiving a reality subtler than our ordinary material world often puzzle parents. In some instances, such experiences take a toll on the child who feels fear and/or insecurity. The in-depth interviewing that has been carried out to investigate these cases focuses on the traits that distinguish those children, the type of phenomena that are more often reported, the common elements in these experiences, and the consequences they may produce during childhood and later, in adult life. Subjects examined include children just over 2 years old, to adults who remember these experiences as a child.