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  • Paperback: 1 pages
  • Publisher: CAREER PRESS/NEW PAGE (May 25 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781601630674
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601630674
  • ASIN: 1601630670
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.4 x 21 cm
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87 of 89 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally Indago Adults Have Their Manual! Oct. 7 2011
By Angel Exrockchick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
To start off, I am very familiar with 'Indigo Children', as well as the current wave of 'Crystal Children'. I am alert to the changes that I see in the people, and especially in the children I work with as students. I always wondered, when I started reading up on this phenomenon, could I be one too? Could many of my friends I have met in the Holistic and Metaphysical circles around the world be Indigo's? Well, this book answers that lifelong question, and the answer is: YES!
Not only that, according to the authors, this 'wave' began around the beginning of the Renaissance, with ever increasing numbers since then. So, in essence, many of our inspirational people from centuries ago may be counted among the 'trailblazers' cutting through the crusty, frigid Piscean energy of yesterday to bring in this new wave of energy.

On a personal note, this book has answered many questions about why my attitudes and feelings about relationships differ from the traditional view, as well as work, and how we are viewed in the current workplace as 'commodities' rather than truly gifted talented human beings. Not everyone will agree with everything addressed in this book, I did with most if not all. That was amazing, as well as uplifting, because I would never have even known about this book if a friend hadn't told me about it.

Personally, I recommend this book to anyone who is left struggling with why they don't 'fit', and why they feel 'different', because you will realize that you are not alone, and there are valid reasons, as well as answers to many questions asked and yet to be asked. I also wish that this book had been written sooner, and also that I had found it sooner.
66 of 72 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Redefining Social roles July 18 2010
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I am an Indigo Adult. Indigo refers to the color of the aura, the predominant thought/feeling focus being spiritual for the being that has this color. That said, much of the information I have on this topic from the internet, from D. Virtue PhD, a psychologist who works with Indigos. Lee Carroll and Jan Tober are educators who noted the pattern and wrote two books. Meeting and talking with my Indigo children, teens, adults, in their 20's, 30's, 40's,50's, and 60's is my last source. I consider myself lucky to have so much sources of information.
This book is a one source and I enjoyed it. It highlights how Indigo adults are more androgynous, more balanced and more egalitarian in their views of themselves and the other sex. I find this to be true.
Jaffe and Davidson's second agenda is to discuss how the Indigo population holds the matrix, as the world ascends into being more spiritual. The more evolved beings or ones who have higher vibration are holding the energy so the rest of us on Earth can catch up, regroup, reconnect our Energy and join Matrix so harmony remains. I appreciate them saying that. This book is great for beginners and again one source. I have found in the last 8 years studying this topic, there are many views, some contradictory.
There is a useful checklist in the back of the book if you are curious to see if you fit this category. You may also try the Feeding and care of Indigo Children, the checklist in the front, written by D. Virtue Phd was how I realized I was Indigo. Many other Indigo adults have done the same.
I recommend having this book as a reference in your office if you are health professional and treat this population and need to discuss issues related to this topic. I am a licensed psychologist and keep such books to show my clients that what I am telling them is out there, mainstream, may be more widespread than they realize. It comes in real handy when I discuss tricky topics like spirituality and the soul.
153 of 176 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Understanding Who I Am and What I Can Become? An unrealistic machine and surgery loving superficialist? Feb. 7 2013
By Diverís - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Long review and I'm no writing expert but I just had to express my discontent for this 'book'.  In brief the book was good only for the first two chapters then it went from repetitive blabber to a full gallop forward into a heaping pile of BS.  Chapters 1-2 give information on the changes of the Age and the basics of an Indigo.  The rest just talks about "our" struggles as Indigos and provides NO solutions or ideas to help remedy these problems. Then Chapter 6 "New Archetypes" came along... -deep breath- 
1- Starts off by mentioning that we need to release the guilt and shame from our bodies... ok.
2- Recognizing soul is separate from the body... ok... wait what? Did you say plastic surgery?
3- "Genetic Engineering Will Extend Our Life Spans and Salve Many Emotional and Mental Sufferings"
     Here the horse stumbles on the heaping pile of S and rolls in it for a while.  The contents of this section is like a thorough advertisement for plastic surgery. It basically says that even though it seems absurd to "us Indigo Souls" we must accept plastic surgery as a remedy to our traumas and sufferings of our body. If you have a big fat ugly nose, CHANGE IT! Spend hundreds of dollars and change it so you can be happy and your soul will develop and you will enjoy life. A kid has big ears? He is bullied? Aww poor kid, take him to the operating table, flatten his ears and make him happy. Because giving anti-bullying seminars at schools and teaching children to accept themselves is much DAMN work. (Note my sarcastic ranting) Overweight? Go on and eat that greasy hamburger, no need exercising and eating healthy, get a liposuction because I BELIEVE THAT IN THE FUTURE WE WILL HAVE PILLS TO CURE EVERYTHING! :D
     Ok sarcastic ranting over. My point is this book will NOT HELP you as an Indigo. If you want to know if you are an Indigo or not take the questionnaire at the end and and analyze yourself. (Or look one up on the net because this book IS NOT WORTH BUYING)  Because <these> 'authors' ARE NOT INDIGOS or spiritual people. Anyone who says the body is not yet "evolved" enough for the soul is an ignorant. Our souls did not take these bodies as a last resort. The authors just want to support their own lazy and superficial lifestyle. What about the people who can't afford surgery? Are you just gonna tell them 'Oh well, go on suffering, maybe next time you'll get a better body and circumstances'? Pain free life? Get real. Superficial remedies only solve superficial issues. You want a better body? WORK FOR IT. Want a stronger and focused mind. TRAIN FOR IT. Want a better spiritual development? DISCIPLINE YOUR MIND AND BODY and learn the true ways of the soul. There's no easy way. Without discipline there is no wisdom. (You can't learn kung fu by eating a book about it so why do you expect to feel and connect better to your soul by changing the body you already have? (Or waiting for the FUTURE to make a magic happy pill)
     Other things I will emphasize:
-The CONSTANT phrase "WE BELIEVE, THAT IN THE FUTURE..." Really, it's like on every page yet doesn't give a sense of present hope or any idea to what we can do NOW to achieve that over-optimistic future.
-The random inclusion of texts and words just to "prove" their supposed great knowledge (Great Year, God, Tantra, Essence...) Seriously WTF? Just throwing random things now and then.
-I know we entered the age of Reason and now the Age of Science and 'Connectedness', but over-saturation of it will make us colder and more apart spiritually and they emphasize it as a solution to all things.
-The Q & A are FORMULATED just to support their own claims.
-Most of the information is vague and brief with no solid resource.
-"WE BELIEVE, THAT IN THE FUTURE... there will be machines to sense the soul"? WTF?
-The whole 'I think this' or 'I think that...' is just annoying.

The rest of the book (which I just skimmed through in disappointment) just continues with blabber and superficial nonsense. I think I wrote what I wanted to write (maybe not in the best way, but still to the point)

Please, if you value your mind, spirit and money, DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK. Better off reading from the net or some of Doreen Virtue's books on Lightworkers.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a Guide Book for Indigos Nov. 16 2014
By Colton Kelley - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is super ridiculous. I bought it because I've been told by several New Age psychics and mediums that I'm an indigo, and I've taken the little tests and those also said I'm an indigo, so I wanted to find out more about why I'm here and what I'm supposed to do as an indigo. This book was not a good source. The first few chapters were fine, though there were several flaws which I will point out. Then the book became more and more opinionated, with opinions and the authors' personal ideas being passed as fact. First of all the authors themselves claim to be indigos, but from my understanding of the indigo phenomenon they're too old. They might be Light Workers but they're certainly not indigos. The oldest indigos would only be in there mid to late twenties right now. I think they heard about indigos and decided "Yep that's us!"
The first two chapter deal with the changing of the Ages through the procession of the equinoxes. I've done a lot of research on this over the past two years and I can say these authors did not do their homework. One of the silliest flaws and one that should have been corrected before publishing was that they claim that the Age of Pisces began at the year 0AD. There is no year 0AD! The dating system of the western Christian calendar goes from 1BC to 1AD. Also the fact that they picked the start of the Christian Calendar to mark the beginning of the Age is really naïve and has an overwhelming Christian bias to it. They then justify it by saying that Christianity was the religion of the Piscean Age, which is really biased toward western culture. Christianity, Islam, Mahayana Buddhism, and Krishnaite Hinduism are all religions that developed over the course of this Age with similar teaching. They also at some point talk about how Christianity traditionally taught to hate the body as if that was a good thing.
They talk about how as the world enters different Ages the earth receives different energies from its position in space and that's what causes different ideas and mentalities in different Ages, but then through the rest of the book they abandon that concept and instead say that there are different souls for each Age and that people tend to only reincarnate during the age associated with their soul. This is hogwash as it defeats the purpose of learning through reincarnating and ignores that attitudes change in the different Ages because of the energy from the positions of the stars that shift over the Ages. Like how the sun and the moon can alter our moods and our energies on earth, so does our relative position to different stars and constellations, but this is missed on them.
I got to the chapter "Archetypes for a New Age" and that's when I stopped thinking there could be anything useful in this book. The whole chapter is completely contrary to indigo or aquarian ideology, as it teaches that we shouldn't learn to accept our bodies or physical short-comings, but we should be really superficial and get cosmetic surgery to make ourselves look better, so that we feel better. It went on to basically suggest that designer babies are a good thing. The book does not actually say "designer babies" but that is what it's talking about. The final chapter was also a dud as it tried to talk about metaphysical things, but like a lot of people who don't understand the symbolism of metaphysics they missed the point entirely. The word Tantra gets used a lot in the book too, but it's clear the authors don't know what it means since like most westerners they assume it means spiritual sex, when in actuality Tantra is any practices that brings you into spiritual balance with the physical body and by extension the world.
All in all it was a bad book, and indigos should not take advice from this thing!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for Jan. 9 2013
By Reader of ALL - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
It's difficult to be an indigo adult, most of the info out there is geared towards parents of indigo children. This book raises the difficult issues of being like this and trying to act/fit in with all the other adults out there, in short: very useful ;-)


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