The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children Paperback – May 1 2001
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About the Author
Doreen Virtue is a best-selling author and doctor of psychology who works with the angelic realm. She has appeared on Oprah, The View, Good Morning America, CNN, and other programs; she presents workshops around the world; and she has a call-in talk show on HayHouseRadio.com®.
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by Doreen, PhD Virtue. After the first chapter I was crying like a baby, because all these years I was "bullied" and make fun of by adults because I was hyperactive, always asked too many questions, didn't want to conform and seeing dead people... Well, here it was black on white my life! She says that some of us are "lightworkers", another book to read I guess. Now, I have the tools to guide and help my son who is already showing signs of struggling to be and remain different... special. I also wept for the million of children on Ritalin. Fantastic tool, a source of enlightment and happiness! More people should open their mind and take a leap of faith. ...
Dr. Virtue gives parents the information they need to support the unfoldment and development of their kids in every aspect of life from "care and feeding" their kids physically to nurturing their spiritual development, talents and abilities. She draws upon her experience as a psychologist and a parent, on spiritual guidance and on good, solid research. She writing "voice" is clear, accessible, authoritative and loving.
This is a breakthrough book for parents, teachers and educators at every level, social workers, therapists and pediatricians. It will help them understand why medicating higher energy levels is counterproductive and will give them practical tips on alternative solutions, so that they can assist not only their own kids, but our culture itself to flourish.
The book also contains practical, down-to-earth guidance and advice on how to talk to Indigo children, help them improve their grades, health, physical bodies and emotions, and tune into their spiritual gifts and inner knowledge. There is specific guidance about food and dietary intake to keep blood sugar levels healthy, and how certain foods can positively affect the overall health, well-being, and even behavior patterns of Indigo children. Doreen also addresses the topic of Indigo children seeing into the spirit world (angels, deceased loved ones, etc.) and how you can help the children understand these visions so they are not frightened by them. It is a manual that the angels would like all adults involved with children to have, for easy reference and powerful guidance in healing issues that tend to arise with these special kids. The book also explains how to determine if you or your child (or a child you know) is an Indigo.Read more ›
It was written at 2001.
Dr. Virtue wrote in her book that the indigo children will be awaken and come into maturity within the years 2011 to 2013.
As an indigo child myself, I could feel no greater force from my previous times than this year, that's pushing my into spiritual awareness and awakening. I'm ready to go on searching into the realm of spirituality, by breaking free from the expectations that my family holds for me, and getting in contact with comrades who have similar interests as me. I'll start my social life from the spirituality discussion groups within the university, I could feel that my real life is moving on track.
--I simply don't understand, how does Dr. Virtue knew that 2011, was the year~
Compared to "The Indigo Children", this book fell short of my expectations. Because of the author's strong spiritual leaning, the topics, content, and treatment went much further into angels and prayers than it did into how to work practically with these special young people. Perhaps I should have expected this when I saw the author's photo on the back cover. It's a rather unusual shot of a woman in a forest with a Koala bear and she does not appear to have clothes on. Different kind of author photo than I'm accustomed to.
Virtue is described as a PhD "spiritual doctor of psychology." She's heavily invested in angels (author of "Healing with Angels"), which is quite obvious in the book. There is significant text devoted to angels, prayers, and the evils of pharmaceuticals like Ritalin. Some readers may find the pre-written prayers helpful for them. My Indigo step-daughter was less than enthusiastic about prescriptions for communicating with spirits, though the book suggests that some Indigos are really into that sort of experience.
The book includes a number of valuable tips about diet, concentration, and overcoming insomnia. I would have personally preferred more emphasis on these practical techniques than the heavy spiritual component and astrological comments.Read more ›
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Loved this book. Discovered I am an indigo and reading this book was very healing. Great for if you are a parent to an indigo or are an indigo yourself.Published 12 months ago by Sarah
The book has a lot of good insights and reasoning for the phenomena that is shaping up to create our future world. Read morePublished on June 17 2013 by C. Payne
Reading D Virue's dialog on Indigo children seems to have a lot of misunderstood premises on Ms. Virtue's part. She brings in much of her own biases and dogmatic belief systems. Read morePublished on June 13 2004
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