Who is your Spiritual Mystic Child?

This article is part of the SolePath Parenting series.

Charismatic ‘Sun’ Child | Compassionate ‘Moon’ Child | Inspirational ‘Cosmic’ Child
Intellectual ‘Star’ Child | Intuitive ‘Earth’ Child | Spiritual ‘Celestial’ Child

Children with a Spiritual SolePath are our Celestial Children, and they are strong, steady and wise. Celestial is heavenly and divine, and Celestial Children have a focus on the abstract and sublime. 

The superpower of the Celestial Child is Extrasensory Perception. This means that they are a spiritual observer who is wise, has faith and is a mystical explorer.

This Extrasensory Perception superpower is how your child interacts with the world.

Who is the Mystic?

They also have a path connected to this superpower, which describes your child’s special and unique gifts and greatness. The paths with Extrasensory Perception are Balance, Mystic and Warrior.

Special gifts and greatness of the Mystic Celestial Child: enlightens, with strong beliefs, one who needs quiet.


The Mystic Celestial Child is an excellent communicator, with a talent for the written and spoken word. Your child has the ability to make ideas, thoughts and feelings known to others, so that they can understand. They help make intangible and difficult concepts easier to understand.

Sometimes your child will need a bit of encouragement to communicate, to speak and to listen, as they are just as happy being in their own world.

Being a spiritual teacher is an incredible life skill. Support your Mystic Celestial Child’s ability to help others understand. Your child will be seen as very intelligent and well-spoken with leadership qualities.


Your Mystic Celestial Child has firm opinions and beliefs. They certainly don’t need outside validation for who they are and what they stand for. Your child knows what they believe in and they have a strong personality.

Even as a young child, expose them to different ideas, belief systems and cultures. Model flexibility and tolerance for them.


Your Mystic Celestial Child has a deep need for time and space to recuperate after busyness and interacting with others. Quiet time alone, doing things by themselves and doing whatever they want is very rejuvenating for them.

If your child hides out in their bedroom, there’s usually nothing wrong with them, they just need to regroup, recharge and reflect. You may find that they escape into fiction and magical stories that captivate them. 

The Mystic Celestial Child loves their own home, their own space, and it is very important that this is calm and organized.

They can sometimes be difficult to get to know. Your child is not anti-social, just discriminating about who they will share their time with.

Your Mystic Celestial Child in a nutshell:

Enlighten * Beliefs * Quiet

Superpower: Extrasensory Perception

Spiritual * Observer * Wise * Faith * Explorer

Mystic Celestial Child

Knowing this, contributes to understanding your child at a deep level, and helps you to become the best parent you can be. A parent who provides a happy, loving and nurturing environment.

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Author: Dr. Debra Ford Msc.D.

Dr. Debra is a spiritual philosophy teacher with a doctorate in metaphysical science. She is an ordained minister and member of the American metaphysical doctors association and the Canadian international metaphysical ministry. Dr. Debra’s SolePath is Inspirational Teacher and Spiritual Mystic. It is this SolePath that allows her to connect, create and communicate the SolePath body of work. She is the author of 16 books including ‘SolePath the path to purpose and a beautiful life, Daily Pulse, rhythm of the Tao and her children’s book ‘Emilia Rose and the rainbow adventure’.

Contact: DrDebra@SolePath.org

Grateful thanks to Dr. Janice Brown for the wonderful blog images.

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