What are your thoughts on Indigo, Crystal and Rainbow children
The Indigo children have been incarnating here over the last 100 years. Indigo children in the last 20 years and Rainbow most recently.. Are they real?!
Children are real, I don't think it is wise to paint them indigo or other colours of the rainbow Perhaps dress them up as crystals for occasional bouts of fun.
I think mainly it's an excuse for people not to discipline their children and not to grow up themselves.
I believe they are real and only because i have a crystal child. I'm going to politely disagree with the other two posts in that I do not think it is about whether a parent is disciplining their child and it isn't about labelling them either. Crystal children ARE different than the average child. They are more sensitive, caring, and generous than the average person and "want to save the world". My child has taught me more than i could ever imagine about love, kindness and generosity. Yes, a lot of kids are like this but Crystal children go above and beyond. They are selfless for the most part and want to make a difference in order to have the world live in harmony with one another. I have so many examples, i wouldn't be able to list them all. I'm always open to others opinions as well, this is just my thoughts on it. Please feel free to comment or message me for more
by Simon Cook 8 years ago
Some say that the term Indigo Children is a 'concept' that people use as an excuse for misbehaving, pyschotic children (or children with other mental illnesses) - what do you think?
by GH Price 7 years ago
Does anybody else remember what Roy G Biv stands for?Or am I just getting old?
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
What is the order of colors in a rainbow? And do they always follow the same pattern?
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