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  • By Mary Ann G on July 10, 2013

    I have also read Doreen Virtue's book and I am intrigued by the notion of Indigo Children. Having worked with children for most of my life, I have witnessed their transformations over time. This is one of the most thought provoking observations I have found.

  • By Kindle Customer on December 14, 2012

    This book provided many insights/explanations for the spiritual care and feeding of the children of the light .I can honestly say I am more "tuned in" & aware of thier perspective for having read this book .

  • By Guest on May 26, 2017

    A must read for all parents, grandparents and educators.

  • By Nature Mom w/ 2 children + EE & Management degrees on January 17, 2002

    This book should definitely be read after the authors' first book in the series "The Indigo Children : The New Kids Have Arrived". I laughed out loud while reading much of this book as the authors shared some of what they've learned about Indigos since their last book. This book is not so much about teaching you how to guide these Indigos (their first book offered excellent ideas on discipline, etc.), but more about giving insight about them that you might be able to apply to Indigos you know. This book isn't formal at all (the authors mention right in the beginning that this book doesn't "flow" the way you might expect), but rather a hap-hazzard collection of "stuff" they've learned. The stories and messages the authors share help "connect" you so that you feel much less alone in parenting these "royal" children. The book is an easy read. Enjoy!

  • By M. Masuda on January 26, 2007

    My son's kindergarten teacher recommended this book because she feels my son fits the "Indigo" model so closely. I had never heard of the book "Indigo Children" or its sequel, and I must say that each and every description of the "Indigo Child" echoed my own characterizations of my son. In a way, this is a relief. I do think the advice the book offers is already helping my son. I understand why the old "because I said so..." paradigm never works with my son, and I see how his hyper-sensitivity results in such an overwhelming flood of emotion. I'm verrrrrrry skeptical however of the assertion that this "Indigo" label applies to an entire generation of children and that they've come from another plane or planet to help emancipate their fellow earthlings. This element of the argument undermines the credibility of an otherwise compelling and helpful approach to raising and understanding kids that don't blend in or conform.

  • By Betsie Poinsett on October 19, 2001

    This book should be handed out to every teacher and parent as manditory reading. The Indigo Children are wonderful! They deserve an applause for being brave enough to break through the old systems and show us how to LOVE. Thank you Lee and Jan for writing this book.

  • By Lady Cerelli on September 30, 2002

    The book came in excellent condition. Will do business with again.

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