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Empowering Your Indigo Child

Author : Ellen Dosick Kaufman
ISBN : 1609258460
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Since the 1980s people have been writing about the indigo children. Today, many believe that nearly 80 percent of all children born are indigos. These are exceedingly creative, high-energy, perceptive kids who often don’t fit in. They seem to have an awareness that is light years beyond their age and quite often they are labeled as ADD, ADHD, or ODD when in actuality they are, in the words of the Dosicks, simply “children of spirit.” What sets this book apart from other books is that it approaches the issues facing indigos on a spiritual-energetic rather than purely cognitive level, and it is prescriptive, teaching a specially developed set of games that can help heal indigo children both in their own bodies and in their earthly relationships. Here the Dosicks name seventeen particular emotional wounds indigos hold in their bodies and give specific exercises for healing each one. The games have proven enormously helpful to these often-troubled kids—even preteens and teenagers. They celebrate the children’s different ways of perception and calm their agitation. The games involve some hands-on healing techniques, some scripted meditations, and other quick and simple techniques. Each game takes no more than two minutes to play, and this book features 101 black-and-white photographs showing parents exactly how to use the practices.
Category: Family & Relationships

Awaken Your Indigo Power

Author : Doreen Virtue
ISBN : 1781802378
Genre : Extrasensory perception
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The generation of Indigos - the bright, intuitive, strong-willed children born from the mid-1970s on - are now adults, and they have seven empowering lessons to teach! Doreen Virtue and her Indigo son Charles Virtue (co-authors of the Indigo Angel Oracle Cards) explain the Indigos' group purpose of bringing truth and integrity to our planet, and show how this new energy is beneficial to us all. In this book - part 'survival guide' for Indigos, part teaching manual for non-Indigos to decode what's driving these gifted youths and learn from their positive example - Doreen and Charles discuss how all of us are able to awaken our 'Indigo Power'. You will be inspired to: Harness the Indigo intensity for positive healing purposes Overcome fears related to being assertive and authentic Superpower your life by hearing, speaking and living your inner truth Whether you're an Indigo yourself or a parent, friend or caretaker of one, Awaken Your Indigo Power will usher in new levels of understanding, peace and purpose in your life.
Category: Extrasensory perception

The Care And Feeding Of Indigo Children

Author : Doreen Virtue
ISBN : 1401930247
Genre : Self-Help
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Indigo children are bright, intuitive, strong-willed, and sometimes self-destructive individuals. They are often labeled (and misdiagnosed) as having ADD or ADHD because they won’t comply with established rules and patterns; and they may exhibit behavioral problems at home and at school. In The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children, Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., explores the psyche of these special kids and offers alternative solutions to Ritalin based on her extensive research and interviews with child-care experts, teachers, parents, and the Indigo Children themselves. Read the accounts of these remarkable children as they explain why they act-out, are aggressive or withdrawn; and what they want from the adults in their lives. You’ll also be fascinated by the psychic experiences that these kids have had in their lives so far. This is a groundbreaking book that can positively affect the ways in which you interact with your child, altering the shape of their future in miraculous ways.
Category: Self-Help

Empowering Your Soul

Author : Glenys-Kay
ISBN : 9781452507569
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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We are on a fascinating journey of life, of living, and of learning to create for ourselves the life we always wanted: a life that fits neatly around the "health, wealth, and happiness" that most of us have always been striving for. Why haven't we been able to create this life? What has prevented us from having this mythical health, wealth, and happiness? Some have it and then lose it or throw it away. So often we either can't create it, or we lose it because we have had absolutely no idea of how the energies of life work. This is what this book is all about helping you to understand how life works, and in that place you can then create your dreams. You become empowered to make better choices. Not everyone comprehends the very basic foundation of life: that we do create the reality in which we live. When you read this book, you will understand just how important this is. It is a valuable read for all those seeking answers to the meaning of life. We need this information to enable us to better understand and live in the new future we are in the process of creating.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Evil Children In The Popular Imagination

Author : Karen J. Renner
ISBN : 9781137599636
Genre : Social Science
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Focusing on narratives with supernatural components, Karen J. Renner argues that the recent proliferation of stories about evil children demonstrates not a declining faith in the innocence of childhood but a desire to preserve its purity. From novels to music videos, photography to video games, the evil child haunts a range of texts and comes in a variety of forms, including changelings, ferals, and monstrous newborns. In this book, Renner illustrates how each subtype offers a different explanation for the problem of the “evil” child and adapts to changing historical circumstances and ideologies.
Category: Social Science

Radical Loving

Author : Rabbi Wayne Dosick
ISBN : 1948626276
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 28.51 MB
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A compelling appraisal of the state of our present-day world; and a bold, visionary, Spirit-filled blueprint for its transformation and evolution through radical loving and audacious holiness.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Indigo Children

Author : Lee Carroll
ISBN : 1561706086
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 64.18 MB
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Offers advice on educating and parenting children who display new and unusual psychological attributes
Category: Family & Relationships

Does Your Child See Sparkles

Author : Melissa Leath
ISBN : 1489523820
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Empathic and psychic children are seeing things: Sparkles, Orbs, Spirits, and Ghosts. What is a parent to do? Don't worry; Melissa Leath has it covered. She has been asked by parents about Sparkles (as the kids call them). And she has gone on a quest to find the answers.This book covers spirit energies, auras, subtle bodies, hyper-sensitive and empathic children and information on indigo and crystal children. There are excerpts from blog articles that started the search for the meaning of Sparkles, along with some of the comments that followed. Within this book, Melissa uncovers the concept of Sparkles, spirit lights, and other paranormal occurrences and visions seen by children. Are they apparitions or true experiences? Included are exercises to practice with your child, examples to help expand their ability in a healthy and empowering way, and ideas to implement in your families' daily routine."Sparkles" is filled with real life experiences from parents and their children; their fears and victories, along with Leath's shared knowledge and explanations.

Things Of The Spirit

Author : Kristina K. Groover
ISBN : 026802961X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With the aid of her Economics of Aging class, Teresa Ghilarducci has compiled this comprehensive sourcebook as a guide through the maze of Social Security and the economics of growing old in America. What You Need to Know About the Economics of Growing Old (But Were Afraid to Ask) is divided into five sections. The first section addresses the status of the elderly and explores such issues as the average life expectancy and the number of elderly living in poverty. The second deals with the structure of the Social Security system and its disbursement of benefits. The third traces the economic path to old age. The fourth considers changing social norms, including the increase in the number of women in the workforce. The final section looks at what happens when the elderly work for pay. This book will be valuable from the classroom to the halls of Congress. Simply put, it contains information everyone should know.
Category: Literary Criticism