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post #381 of 745
KateSt.,

So I ordered those books for dh for Christmas. Needless to say we moved and in the chaos of moving physically and Christmas maladies we were both thrown off. I had ordered them for dh and tucked them away and forgot about them until 3 nights ago when I remembered. HOLY MAMA! We are reading Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting and so far we have been on a rollercoaster of feelings and experiences.

I just want to thank you so much for the recommendation, sister. Very pertinent info concerning our present situation and journey!
post #382 of 745
Thread Starter 
Hillary -- oh, I am so thrilled you and dh are getting something out of it! Magical things have been happening to us all over the place and it's been wonderful!

You might be interested in these threads:
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=571847

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=588867

Good to see you!
post #383 of 745

Leaps and Bounds!

I can't believe how much this thread has grown! I can't even remember the last time I posted here!
My DD has just celebrated her 3rd birthday and she amazes me more and more everyday! DH and I haven't mentioned this to anyone at all because we know no one would understand. I'm confident, though, that you girls will understand and find this amazing, as I do.... After Christmas, she started mentioning "Jesus' birthday when the world blows up." She's mentioned it more than once, but won't elaborate any more than just saying everything will blow up~~ our house, our street, our car, the neighbors' houses, everything.
The first thing that comes to mind is 2012, but I admit, I don't know a whole lot about it, nor have I ever talked about it. What I DO know is that a few different ancient texts predict the last day of the world to be Winter Solstice, 2012. I remember way back a few of you ladies talking about 2012, but I admit I didn't pay too much attention because I really didn't know anything about it. Anyone have any insight for me?
Namaste
~~ecco
post #384 of 745
Thread Starter 
Ecco...all I can say is OMG! Please share any more tidbits that come from her mouth! You might be intersted in this thread:
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=490943
post #385 of 745
KateSt.: Congrats on the senior status! I saw it in the weekly email and I said to myself, "Yippee! I finally *know* someone mentioned here!"
post #386 of 745
Hi all.

I've been lurking here for a while, even since before ds was born, but I feel overwhelmingly compelled to finally post.

I am undoubtedly an Indigo and it feels so right to have found this group and the information herein. My son, I believe, must be a Crystal. People always comment on his eyes, so large and penetrating. This picture was taken shortly after his birth. The veil between the physical and spiritual world is very thin for him, even at three months old (nearly). In fact, I am beginning to think he was waiting to be born on Halloween.

At week 41 of my pregnancy, I had some tests run to make sure the pregnancy was progressing healthfully and could continue until I went into labor spontaneously. Something in the tests signaled a potential complication with the placenta and so I was induced on October 25th and he was born after 22 hours of labor, during which he tried to turn transverse, which may have been his way of signaling that he didn't want to come yet. Even with the induction, Flynn's birth was an intensely spiritual experience, my OB (I call her a MW in a white coat) and nurse even commented on it. He had a rough first week, landing in the hospital until November 3rd, closer to when we would have been discharged had he been born on his preferred birthday.

Everyone always comments on what a happy and quiet baby he is, some of which I credit to AP practices. While I didn't dream of him, specifically, I did wake one morning with the thought, "When I get pregnant I want to know the gender of the baby." Previously I was adamant that I not find out. It was that day that I found out I was preggers...and he was a surprise baby.

He has already done energy work within our church family, though I would not have called it that were it not for reading the info here. It is just uncanny, and at times embarrassing, how people are so drawn to him. I say embarrassing because we are always being gifted something for him.

My dh is an Indigo, as well, though he doesn't buy into "my hoo-doo voo-doo," as he lovingly calls it. He agrees with much of it but is, I believe, fearful of the spiritual side of himself in many ways.

As for me, I have always dreamed of my future, but I do not have the gift to recognize that it is the future. I guess my moniker should be Cassandra, huh? I am also very sensative to spirits and am frequently visited by my paternal grandfather, who died when I was five from a horrible and unusual accident. Perhaps it was his purpose to be my angel guide?

Anyway, as I was reading some of the links, I felt compelled to finally post because These quotes from this website really rang so true for me:

Another form of self-destructive adolescent behavior occurs when the child takes on the values of the parents and seeks to overachieve. This can be frightening, as Indigos are by nature exceptionally gifted and talented. These Indigos often develop phenomenal academic and technical abilities to gain recognition and success, but sacrifice emotional development which can be hugely damaging in later life when they seek to create meaningful partnerships.
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Both groups are attempting to redefine what it means to be an adult in the contemporary world, and to find ways of living their truth while still finding happiness and stability as adults. They are the generation that is defining new choices and new options for adult life on the New Earth.
post #387 of 745
Thread Starter 
Thank you, Samantha! I didn't know there was a weekly email. Is that something you signed up for?

Welcome Swampwitch! Your son is beautiful and sounds amazing! Oh, and I love the term "hoo-doo-voo-doo," I think I'll start using that. Thanks for that link, that's one I've been looking for. And thanks for sharing the story of your amazing baby!

Mamas, I think many of you would be interested in the link swampwitch gave, especially under the children's resources (I think it was?). There are many children's books and CD's designed to help our children relax, as well as stay connected to their spiritual/intuitive nature. I know I'll be ordering a book or two. Check it out!
post #388 of 745
Hi mamas. I've been lurking and : for a while. As I'm reading about all your amazing children (and yourselves) I feel pretty sure that I belong here.

Doh...kiddos need me. More when I can...

Thanks for this thread!
post #389 of 745
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Is that something you signed up for?
At the bottom in the left-hand column on this page http://www.mothering.com/sections/cu...ent_issue.html you can sign up to receive the weekly newsletter.
post #390 of 745
Just wanted to say that the link in my earlier post was actually one I found on page one or two of this thread...so thanks to whomever posted it first!
post #391 of 745
Hi all...
I've been reading for quite some time, and finally finished. Thank you for talking about your amazing babies! I am Mary, and my ds is most definitely a Crystal. Like so many of yours, he has large penetrating eyes and we cannot go anywhere without many people coming up to us to talk to my ds. He attracts people like nothing I've ever seen. And when we're at parks, he is always finding another child to hug. Not all kids like that, , but it's so sweet.

Dh and I realized that there have been a couple times the stereo has shut off right as Luc has reached a point of major frustration or anger that we were not giving him our full attention at that moment. This has also happened with our neighbor's computer, when we've visited. And my husband witnessed a ball roll toward ds while he was just intensely staring at it... has anyone witnessed anything similar? It's soo interesting!

And KateSt., we love the Secret!!

Thanks for the thread. Peace, Mary
post #392 of 745

Your children's dreams

Hi and welcome to everyone new!

I haven't posted in awhile, but last night Sofia had a horrible time sleeping. Tossing, turning, crying, needing to nurse every hour or two. She mumbled something about a monster in her sleep. Then upon waking she said, "I killed a monsters, Mommy." (!) Anyone else discovered that their child is having intense and/or scary dreams? Any recommendations to keep such dreams at bay? She was pretty upset during the night, and it affected her sleep (and mine).
post #393 of 745
Elizabeth has been having weird dreams lately. At least I think that's what it is. She wakes up about 30-45 minutes after falling asleep, saying things like, "Get away from me" or "Mama help me" or "It's too big" or "It's a monster." She repeats these phrases several times while she's waking, sits up, and whimpers for a bit before I nurse her back to sleep.

They are not night terrors, I don't think, because she knows who I am when she wakes up, and they only happen within the first hour of sleep.

Two nights ago she woke up at 3:45am and could NOT fall back to sleep. I nursed her till my nipple was sore and explained why I had to stop for a bit. She was so sweet and so gentle, but when I told her that it was night time and she had to go back to sleep, she said, "I can't." She couldn't answer me any further than that. She just laid there, cuddling with her reindeer. I turned over to face away from her at about 5am, and when I woke three hours later, she was asleep.
post #394 of 745
Thread Starter 
Samantha, thanks for the link -- I signed up.

Finn has bad dreams, too. Lately lots of "No's!" in his sleep. I don't know why? Don't you wish we could get into our children's dreams and see what's goiing on?

Welcome Mary! Your son sounds wonderful! Glad you're here (and a Secret fan to boot! )
post #395 of 745
Since ds is so young, I can't say that he's been having nightmares in the same way that others of you mention...simply because he can't tell me in words what is wrong. He does, on occasion lately, wake crying. Not the I'm awake, come get me/change me/feed me cry, but an honest-to-god hurting cry. Sometimes he'll wake up and be awake. Other times, if I can get to him quickly and pick him up, he can fall back asleep. I do think that there are some scary spirits bothering him at times. He'll start to shriek and not be able to break eye contact with a point. When I've noticed this I've asked the spirit to leave...and there was a really nasty one that didn't want to leave the other night. Okay, I know this is going to sound hokey and way too wierd for some people, but - oh, well.
post #396 of 745
Not hokey at all! I've been sensing someone hanging around here. The other night I was simply not in the mood and said, "Please go away." And it did, but now I've been aware of that feeling again the last few nights, and seeing that fast movement of light out of the corner of my eye. I don't know that it has anything to do with dd's bad dreams, just wanted to let you know I don't think you're crazy.
post #397 of 745
Thread Starter 
Okay, ya'll wanna talk hokey? I put a protective bubble around our family bed at night! Actually I put three -- an amethyst bubble for sleeping, a bluish-white bubble to keep out lower energies, and a golden bubble for Divine healing and protection. And sometimes I'll ask Finn's angels to do double-duty if he's having bad dreams. So! Can't get much hokier than that!
post #398 of 745
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Originally Posted by swampwitch View Post
Anyway, as I was reading some of the links, I felt compelled to finally post because These quotes from this website really rang so true for me:

Another form of self-destructive adolescent behavior occurs when the child takes on the values of the parents and seeks to overachieve. This can be frightening, as Indigos are by nature exceptionally gifted and talented. These Indigos often develop phenomenal academic and technical abilities to gain recognition and success, but sacrifice emotional development which can be hugely damaging in later life when they seek to create meaningful partnerships.
***
Both groups are attempting to redefine what it means to be an adult in the contemporary world, and to find ways of living their truth while still finding happiness and stability as adults. They are the generation that is defining new choices and new options for adult life on the New Earth.
thanks! I needed to read that.
post #399 of 745
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Originally Posted by Fiestabeth View Post
Hi and welcome to everyone new!

I haven't posted in awhile, but last night Sofia had a horrible time sleeping. Tossing, turning, crying, needing to nurse every hour or two. She mumbled something about a monster in her sleep. Then upon waking she said, "I killed a monsters, Mommy." (!) Anyone else discovered that their child is having intense and/or scary dreams? Any recommendations to keep such dreams at bay? She was pretty upset during the night, and it affected her sleep (and mine).
My DD had horrible nightmares of "the green monster putting fire on Daddy". The more we talked about it and the more information we were able to get from her, the less the dreams occured, and now they don't happen anymore at all.
BUT, she now has no problems talking about what happened in that recurring dream. In fact, she talks about it openly with everyone and anyone.
The more we talked about the dream the more details emerged. The "green monster" eventually became "the green man" who finally turned into "the guy in the green suit". The "putting fire on Daddy" became "throwing fire on Daddy's back" which in time became "dropping fire onto Daddy's back from an airplain and then flying away".
It seems once she was finally able to fully explain what she was seeing, it stopped haunting her.
(And, yes, we do believe she is recalling a napalm fire bombing. She even picked out two planes out of a book of many stating that these two planes are the kinds the green guys flew. One was a Mustang and the other a Warthog. They are both planes used during the Korean War and the Vietnam War. It would also fit with her statement one day of, "Mommy, they call me gook." I asked her, "They call you 'kook'?" and she said, "NO! They call me GOOK!" I had to call my mother to find out what a "gook" was!)
If your little one is talking~age, I would strongly recommend getting her to talk about her dreams. If she's not, just let her nurse, let her snuggle, and let her know you're there to comfort her.
Namaste
~~ecco
post #400 of 745
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Originally Posted by KateSt. View Post
Ecco...all I can say is OMG! Please share any more tidbits that come from her mouth! You might be intersted in this thread:
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=490943
Thanks for the link, but I wasn't able to access the page.
I'd love to share the stuff she says. I keep a journal of her little tid~bits for a few reasons~ 1) So I don't forget any of it, and 2) because there's really not anyone to talk about it with other than DH. I'll look through the journal tonight after the kiddos have gone to bed and post some things I think you all might find amusing.
Thanks for the support!
Namaste
~~ecco
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