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Emotional Development of Infants

image Jan 2015How do infants develop their soul’s emotions?

Know yourself and you will soon understand that emotions are fickle.  Emotions are triggered by external circumstances and are always attached to experiences.

When we experience something we usually perceive what we can, but only in bits and pieces,  and then we believe that which we have just perceived as being true.

Take for instance the following video clip.  In this clip the infant has no understanding that the mother is singing a song of some other person’s past tense memories or creative song writing abilities. The fragmented understanding of thought tid-bits creates distorted perceptions.

It may appear to her at some later point in time that just maybe there is no hope for her future. We do not know what she will be able to understand but it is true that emotions are fed from our environment.

Songs are great emotion teasers and triggers.

Train up a child in the way it should go and it will be so moved to consider those ways as being ways of either despair or of hope.

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Published on Oct 29, 2013

All babies cry. A lot. But a 10-month-old baby has gone viral for shedding truly emotional tears while listening to her mother sing.
Аlаin Lеrоux posted this video of his wife serenading their baby with a cover of the song, “Мy Неаrt Cаn’t Tеll Yоu Nо.”
It seems as though the child understands the lyrics. Watch the priceless reaction in the video posted below.

P.S.
This video is not owned and no copyright intended. We just want to share these nice moments and cute little baby’s reaction to her mother’s singing. Video credit goes to Аmаndа and Аlаin Lеrоux. Enjoy!

Part 2: Сrуing Еmоtional Ваbу on Еllеn Shоw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-F8XH…

P.S.2
Apparently babies don’t just cry when they’re hungry or when they feel like tormenting strangers on airplanes. They also cry when they hear their mothers singing gut-wrenching ballads, like this 10-month-old who was brought to tears when her mother serenaded her with Rod Stewart’s 1988 classic “My Heart Can’t Tell You No.” The baby goes through a whole range of emotions, offering the occasional wistful smile between streams of tears.

© Аlain Lеroux

 

When the accurate and full picture is not available, fragments are all we have to build on.

The human mind has this need to pull together all loose end fragments and then begins to build and form a cognitive and coherent thought and experience completion.

As we engage in this process, we tend to add new and unverified information into the equation or subtract certain fragments that do not want to enable us to fit into the puzzle thus subtracting even more of that which is not known to us.

We always build a sort of finality to every memory especially when we have unknown factors.  We just add an imaginary fragment into an misunderstood situation and that gives the mind all of those subconsciously stored memories which then become our emotional storehouses.

Every time we add or subtract we become negators.  A negator is a person who takes away an element of truth or adds anything to the truth.  When what is in truth is negated, a lie takes its place.

Any  thoughts we may entertain which have come to us by way of suggestive doubt thought seeds about what is in completeness of truth will result in an emotion of fear.

Even within the youngest of children there develops a sense of loss when another person lives in and by their own experiences of past tense hurting memories.

When a new mom who has just been dumped by her spouse for another more available person dwells on her hurting emotions she will trigger fear within her baby.  A song of hope on the other hand fuels a sense of contentment.   Sing the blues about your personal loss, and you pass along not what love passes along but what fear passes along.

The emotions which attach themselves to experiences of loss are always fueled by the negativity emotions and feelings of fear and hopelessness.

Unless the full truth is known, that there is a faithful supply of sufficiency who will take care for all of our needs, a belief in a lie will develop at even the youngest of age.  It is therefore of great importance that we do not live in the past tense where hurt feelings reside deep within our subconscious mind but that we, who are Christians believe and live in the present tense of faithing activity.

When a baby does not know the fullness of truth it will be controlled by the emotion of fear.  The baby will develop fragments of thought memories built on fear that its caregiver is unable to provide all the happiness of life.

At the earliest stages of infancy we already begin to develop feelings based on fragmented thought input.  The soul of a baby is a becoming soul; it develops from external stimuli and internal  and internal subconscious storage of those perceptions associated with each experience.

But here is what is most often missing in our understanding of how we become who we become. We miss seeing that part which is brought to the developing soul of a child – namely the spiritual life functioning capacity.

The missing link of understanding the soul within psych-theory-therapy-logic is the spiritual derivative link.  It is within this neglected and rejected link where we find the storehouse of truth which is within every person’s conscience and which is placed there by God.

But without the presence of the Spirit of Truth to help in providing fullness and accuracy of understanding, there is no other possible outcome to be expected except that which leads us all into bondage of negativity under the controlling emotion of fear..

Negativity emotions become controllers of our actions when they are not under the control of the Spirit of Truth.

 

 

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