Indigo Adults

Understanding Who You Are and What You Can Become

Author: Kabir Jaffe

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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Are you an Indigo Adult Soul and don’t know it? A new type of person is coming into incarnation right now, almost a “next step” in human evolution. These people hold great hope for the future—the promise of a new humanity and civilization. They are visionary and creative, progressive and independent. They carry new energies and manifest different ways of thinking and feeling. These people are called “Indigo,” because the color indigo (the color seen in the “third eye”) is unusually prominent in their aura. You may be familiar with the concept of “Indigo Children” and never realized that there are also Indigo adults...or that you might be one of them! Do you feel different? Have your differences created unusual challenges and situations? Do you experience: Unusual sensitivities? Feelings of being separate or misunderstood? Frustrations and dissatisfactions with the “normal” world? A deep feeling, thinking, and introspective nature? A driving need to contribute to creating a better world? A powerful longing for something more? Indigo Adults is rooted in the authors’ personal experiences of the subtle dimension of life and reflects their explorations into the esoteric and mystic teachings of many traditions. This subtle dimension is not tangible to our “normal” analytical mind, and it is only beginning to be scientifically documented. Take what the authors are presenting as a hypothesis. Experiment with it, and come to your own conclusions. Indigo Adults will help you identity if you (or your children) are Indigos and understand yourself, and especially your purpose as an Indigo here on Earth more clearly.

Indigo Warrior - a Guide for Indigo Adults and the Parents of Indigo Children

Author: Lisa Andres




Page: 134

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Indigos are special people that come to Earth to help others. They often have an intense, warrior-like presence that may intimidate others. They come to Earth to speak their truth and cannot tolerate injustice or lies of any kind. They are sensitive and sometimes feel like they absorb the world's problems. They feel misunderstood and like they are never quite normal. They may have felt like they were dropped off on the wrong planet at some point in their lives. Indigo Adults may have had dysfunctional childhoods. The anger they have always felt deep down may cause them to want to express themselves in out-of-the-ordinary ways. They may be pierced or tattooed. They are often unable to filter the words that come out of their mouths. They may surprise or even irritate you with their truth, but they are usually willing to say the things that others are thinking but just afraid to say. They are soldiers, police officers, protesters, whistle blowers, and defenders. They are children that sometimes present a challenge for their families. They have an abundance of energy, and anger is a natural part of the essence of an Indigo. Sometimes they don't know what makes them angry, but that anger helps to propel them towards their life purpose. They are here to lead the way by traditional or nontraditional means. They will change the rules that no longer make sense and defend the ones that do. They are light. They are love. They are important. They are Indigo Warriors.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Indigo Children

Author: Carolyn Flynn

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 336

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Forget the Age of Aquarius and hang on tight! The term 'Indigo Children' entered the lexicon in 1982 when psychic and author Nancy Ann Tappe talked about the coming Indigo Age in her book, Understanding Your Life Through Color. In this guide, the authors explain why Indigo Children require lots of attention: they tend to think holistically and intuitively, and they process emotions differently. Parenting these high-level children is a challenge, and their years in school may be challenging. ?Articles about the Indigo phenomenon have appeared in newspapers throughout the U.S. and as far away as Russia over the last few years, including one in the New York Times ?Author Wendy H. Chapman is considered one of the foremost experts on Indigo

The Indigo Journals

Spiritual Healing for Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls

Author: Yol Swan



Category: Awareness

Page: 446

View: 772

"Whether you are an Indigo or not, everyone and especially every woman needs to take a look at this book ... It is a revelation to those who need to understand the feminine soul." Readers' Favorite If you've ever wondered what your purpose is and why you feel disempowered and disconnected in a world that doesn't make sense to you, The Indigo Journals holds the answers you've been looking for. From her mystical experiences, channeled messages and encounters with enlightened masters to the cosmic memories that led her to an in-depth exploration of the wounded Feminine, the author takes you on a spiritual healing journey of self-discovery and personal growth to unlock your hidden power, fulfill your purpose and bring balance to this overly masculine world.

The Indigo Children

New Age Experimentation with Self and Science

Author: Beth Singler

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Religion

Page: 210

View: 988

The Indigo Child concept is a contemporary New Age redefinition of self. Indigo Children are described in their primary literature as a spiritually, psychically, and genetically advanced generation. Born from the early 1980s, the Indigo Children are thought to be here to usher in a new golden age by changing the world’s current social paradigm. However, as they are "paradigm busters", they also claim to find it difficult to fit into contemporary society. Indigo Children recount difficult childhoods and school years, and the concept has also been used by members of the community to reinterpret conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and autism. Cynics, however, can claim that the Indigo Child concept is an example of "special snowflake" syndrome, and parodies abound. This book is the fullest introduction to the Indigo Child concept to date. Employing both on- and offline ethnographic methods, Beth Singler objectively considers the place of the Indigo Children in contemporary debates around religious identity, self-creation, online participation, conspiracy theories, race and culture, and definitions of the New Age movement.

Indigo Awakening

A Doctor's Memoir of Forging an Authentic Life in a Turbulent World

Author: Janine Talty

Publisher: Elite Books


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 329

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Dr. Janine Talty, today a successful osteopathic physician, as a child found herself bewildered by a world full of challenges that she could not understand. She felt isolated, unable to cope with the regular life issues that other children managed easily. She could not comprehend maths or spelling-yet she could see energies that others could not see, and had levels of awareness than no-one around her possessed. She exhibited unusual artistic and healing talent. She spontaneously remembered and drew pictures from "old memories" of places her family had never visited. Only as she grew into adulthood, painfully learning to cope with her challenges, did she realize she was an "indigo," one of a generation of people with unusual talents and abilities, yet who rarely fit neatly into societal roles.This book is the inspiring story of how she overcomes these challenges, finds her voice and identity, and discovers a channel for her healing abilities as an osteopathic physician.

Gaia Speaks

Sacred Earth Wisdom

Author: Pepper Lewis

Publisher: Light Technology Publishing


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 393

View: 634

Manu of us believe that Earth to be sentient or feeling, but we are disconnected from her because we can't understand her vibrations and impressions. Gaia, the sentience of Earth, speaks to us through Pepper Lewis, teaching us how to be attuned to the Earth and to learn from her.

Welcome Home, Wanderer

A Guide for Indigo Children and Adults, Crystals, and Others Who Suspect They Are an Alien on a Mission

Author: Sophia Gubb

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Page: 140

View: 285

Have you felt different all your life? Do you feel that you have an important purpose, even when you don't know what it is? Are you intensely idealistic and find it hard to understand people who are petty and only care about short sighted goals? Are you, in other words, an alien with a mission? The term "indigo" or "Wanderer" describes these people, despite the fact that they uniformly hate being labelled. If you can get through that discomfort, pick up this book and learn how you can care for yourself taking into account your unique needs, and potentiate your unique strengths. Yoga mats optional.

Tormented Souls

When Spirits of the Dead Refuse to Rest in Peace

Author: Rose Porto

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 203

View: 814

The most frightening ghost stories are not fiction; they are the true experiences some families must endure. Continuing her quest, one paranormal investigator lives her life hunting down ghosts, spirits, and demons while helping many families on the way find solutions and peace to their haunting. Tormented Souls contains true cases of paranormal activity; it also educates on how and why some of these ghostly phenomena occur. It takes a look at different paranormal theories, entities, and how to protect yourself from unwanted, invisible, and sometimes, evil intruders. It also covers some basic information on how to properly ghost hunt. If youve ever questioned the belief in the paranormal and the afterlife, this book takes you on a frightening journey you may never forget.

The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children

Author: Doreen Virtue

Publisher: Hay House, Inc


Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

View: 259

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.