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Empowering Your Indigo Child: A Handbook for…

Empowering Your Indigo Child: A Handbook for Parents of Children of Spirit

by Wayne D Dosick PhD

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Empowering Your Indigo Child
A Handbook for Parents of Children of Spirit
by Wayne Dosick, PhD and Ellen Kaufman Dosick, MSW

This compassionate and well presented 211 page book was a definite find and a much needed read in the lives of many, including this old granny. I have noticed there are more and more Indigo Kids being born all the time and it is awesome to see the spiritual progression. I am equally glad that this awesome teacher is here with practical hands on ideas and suggestions to help us on our way. Many of these touching and to the point exercises have great graphics that let me understand just that little bit better.

I love the layout of this precious teacher as it addresses Indigios in all aspects from birth to adulthood. When I found myself reading the characteristics of each stage I just cried cause I could see myself, my children and my grandchildren in a new and sacred light. This rare and helpful find has totally made it's way into my spiritual toolbox and I would recommend to seekers everywhere. Thank you both, from the bottom of my heart.

Love & Light,

Riki Frahmann ( )
  biunicorn | Mar 14, 2012 |
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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.

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