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anyway, does anyone else know more about sensory issues or shyness?

Well, my son has some of the same issues, but not with the same intensity. I *really* want to homeschool him... I've been thinking of quitting college to do it, and getting a night job. However, I don't think I'd do very well with that little sleep.... ugh

His teacher says he always "acts up," but when she describes the situation to me, it just sounds like sensory overload. It's usually that he gets "thinking time" for not listening. I'll bet you he likes thinking time because it's quiet. I just feel so bad for him, but what can I do being a single mom in college?
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gak. i've made it to page EIGHT.... and I'm so overwhelmed, i just need to post and take a break.

i've been nodding so much! at the same time, i see there have been some not so happy posts, and i'm very sensitive to negative energy, so i'm treading softly, i hope...

pregnancy and birth were very intense for me, and ds's journey has been a powerful one. kate-- you might remember a bit of his story, which, alas, i never finished and sent to you (my bad, but as i got more and more into it, more and more came "out"... and it became very wild!)...

yep on the street lamps, yep on deja vu (my pov on that one is that time isnt linear, so "remembering" things that havent happened, etc... only makes sense), etc etc etc....

but i mainly have to share, for Kate, cause one of your posts made me think of this... i had this theory that ds "chose" his birth (c-s) to protect us.... and one day when he was about 11 mo while he was nursing, i was kind of dozing off and in a daze about it all, and i decided to ask him. he got this serious look in his big, deep brown eyes, and nodded-- slowly, emphatically, lovingly-- a bit like "yes, momma, i told you to trust me, remember?" (which is how i'd felt when i ok'ed the c-s... anyhow)....then i said "i love you, you know that?" and he pulled off and kissed me.

anyhow...... like i said. page 8. i can only imagine the things i have still to read (although, i did read a bit at the end before, and saw things about how you lost your creativity with pg, etc.... and i *VERY* MUCH relate to those posts, which really is why i came back to read more in the first place......

ok. i'll be back.... probably not for a bit, but i will be back.
xoxo
post #523 of 745
It's late I didn't realize this tribe was here. I will try to get through more of the thread tomorrow. I have known for years that my two sons are indigo. I even had a stranger who didnt know I had children say that I had two indigo sons. Now dd really seems in line with being a crystal child. I will visit again tomorrow.
post #524 of 745
Just wanted to subscribe. I haven't read much about this but my mom mentioned it before. Plan to learn more.......
post #525 of 745
oooh, I totally forgot about this thread... what happened to everyone?
post #526 of 745
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oooh, I totally forgot about this thread... what happened to everyone?

I believe you can find many of the mamas here: http://www.wisewaysofwomen.com/forums/index.php


Pat
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I'm just joining this thread. I think my 4.5 year old ds might be a crystal child but I'm not sure. The thing that has got me thinking about it is that he talks about God ALL the time and a few days ago we had this dialogue...

"Mom, did you know that we came from God?"

me- "really?"

"Yup, we grew inside God and then we came out of his mouth."

"Really, L, that is so cool"

"Actually....God was a ship and we were all in the ship and we came to this place....and we said 'this is where we'll live.' But then, God came into us and grew inside us....kind of like a baby...except not really a baby. And
that's what makes us love..."

He has said some clairvoyant things but I can't really say that he's pyschic, he's actually pretty grounded, socially confident and loves sports. He does pretty well in school but he goes to a small Montessori preschool. he is unbelievabely sweet and empathetic. If one of his friends gets hurt he gets upset until he sees that they are ok. He's just very alert, awake and tender. He doesn't have any tolerance for violence or scary things in movies or books. Mainly, the thing that has me interested in indigos/crystals is that he is so spiritual. But then aren't a lot of kids spiritual?

What are your thoughts?
post #528 of 745
Hi trancendentalmom, sounds like you've come to the right place! If you read through the thread, you'll find lots of us have had exceriences like that with out kids.
post #529 of 745
Hey, I started a thread and found a tribe in the process! My oldest is definitely an Indigo.
post #530 of 745
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Hey, I started a thread and found a tribe in the process! My oldest is definitely an Indigo.
Wow I was going to say how happy I was to see new life in this thread and write a bit. Yet I just saw the new your new post in TAO and after some of the somewhat dismissive (probably not the best adjective) comments, I think I better keep my happy thoughts to myself.
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Wow I was going to say how happy I was to see new life in this thread and write a bit. Yet I just saw the new your new post in TAO and after some of the somewhat dismissive (probably not the best adjective) comments, I think I better keep my happy thoughts to myself.
I hope you don't think I made any dismissive comments! :
post #532 of 745
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I hope you don't think I made any dismissive comments! :
No not at all. I meant that the comments to your thread seemed somewhat mocking of the indigo experience. Not that everyone has to believe, but they could be more respectful. Based on what I saw, I suppose I feel less comfortable posting about the indigo life.
post #533 of 745
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No not at all. I meant that the comments to your thread seemed somewhat mocking of the indigo experience. Not that everyone has to believe, but they could be more respectful. Based on what I saw, I supposed I feel less comfortable posting aboutthe indigo life.
Phew! I was worried for a minute. Yeah, I figured there'd be some negative response - but I was also hoping I would find some kindred spirits. As I said, my oldest is perfectly in line with almost all of the commonly noted Inigo characteristics - and my youngest is definitely displaying Indigo tendencies as well. I asked a friend who is extremely empathic if she thought my oldest could be Indigo, and she said "anyone who has met that kid would say 'UH, YEAH'!"

So anyway, glad to see some other Indigo folx here.
post #534 of 745
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No not at all. I meant that the comments to your thread seemed somewhat mocking of the indigo experience. Not that everyone has to believe, but they could be more respectful. Based on what I saw, I suppose I feel less comfortable posting about the indigo life.
I think I saw that and after feeling sad for a minute decided to MOVE ON to happy supportive vibes. I think you will find that here although most of us are playing at www.wisewaysofwomen.com. No one will be mocking this type of talk there.
post #535 of 745
I'm here. The journey has been amazing. The kiddo is 13. I'm lucky to be here and I know it.
post #536 of 745
wow what a wonderful bunch of gals I have bumped into I used to know ALOT about all this but it's been a few years since I have researched it I do believe I am in indigo.. definately.. or at least was when I Was fully informed of what that meant.. my son.. however.. is this beaming glowing child full of heart and just absolutely the light of everything ..

My family ( on my mom's side) has a history of being empathic and also psychic.. we kindof have a relationship with the dead.. they like us for whatyever reason

okay.. I have a question..
Does any of you get de ja vu? like you know the place you are in and you have never been there.. or you have been there but in a dream?

Do you ever wonder if its a warning you are on the wrong path or a recognition that you are going the right way..

anywhoodle.. I look forward to talking with you all
post #537 of 745
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okay.. I have a question..
Does any of you get de ja vu? like you know the place you are in and you have never been there.. or you have been there but in a dream?

Do you ever wonder if its a warning you are on the wrong path or a recognition that you are going the right way..

anywhoodle.. I look forward to talking with you all
yes, totally, and yes i do. I think I've posted examples on this thread earlier.
post #538 of 745
Wow I am reading all the messages and wondering why I have never heard about Indigo/crystal children until now. I was watching 20/20 on Friday with Jenny McCarthy and her autistic son. I work with autistic children and to hear that autism can be reversed amazed me. So I went on google to search it some more. In the process I stumbled upon an Indigo/Crystal children website. I thought, OMGosh, is my son Indigo or crystal? I stayed up until 2am reading every site I could find and I am still so confused! I am hoping some of you can help me out.


I have two sons. Chay is 6 and Kody is 4. Chay is warm, loving, sensitive, kind, sincere, emotional, shy, and an all around good kid aiming to please. Kody, on the other hand, is the complete opposite! He was a hard birth. He almost died, he wasn't breathing for the first 2 minutes after he was born. I have many times wondered if that has attributed to some of his behavior issues. At the age of 2.5 he wasn't saying many words so we took him to a speech pathologist. I just assumed his pacifier was the cause of the speech delay. He did have his tonsils and adenoids out and tubes put in his ears and that has helped his speech. He makes me SO mad though sometimes. Actually, a LOT of the time! I have wondered if he has ADD or ADHD. He has just started school and my main concern is that if there IS something "wrong" with him, that his teacher isn't sensitive to his needs. Every day he comes home and tells me, "The teacher was mad at me today." No punishment that I have ever tried has worked. He just doesn't care. He doesn't care if he destroys things. Brand new things that I buy him, he destroys them and I know he'd do it again if he had the chance! I have been looking for an answer from someone as to why he acts this way and so far have come up with nothing. I have been questioning my parenting skills but my first son is nothing like this. He hasn't shown any signs of reading minds. He has a very high pain tolerance. I haven't seen anyone post about that but it has me wondering. Last week a small speaker fell on his head and busted his head open. He didn't even cry! When we went to the hospital they put staples in. He whined but it was more like he was annoyed than hurt. Last night he got out of the tub, slipped and fell hard on his butt. His first reaction was, "Don't worry mom, I'm ok!" He also is very interested in God, Jesus, and Heaven. He is always telling me, "Jesus died mom. He's up in Heaven. When can I go to heaven?" So when he does something stupid that could get himself killed (which is often) I tell him, "you're going to kill yourself!" and he says, "So I can go to heaven?" It's almost like wants to die to go to heaven! So I have to tell him, "yes but you won't be with me anymore." Then he says ok and stops because he doesn't want to leave me. So how do I know if he is an indigo or crystal child and not just having behavior issues?

Also my husband was diagnosed with ADD as a child but the indigo qualities are reminding me of my husband. He is native and has had a spiritual cleansing. He was told that he has healing powers. Maybe even my older son as well. He is a very loving child and the complete opposite of my younger son. All this is a lot to take in, it is all new to me. Is it possible for my whole family to be indigo or crystal and I'm not? I can't even connect myself with any of this. My husband is a skeptic with it all. He thinks that anyone can be put under the label of Indigo or Crystal but I told him I don't think I am. He (my husband) would do anything for anyone. He would help someone he doesn't know. He said, "well yea, if you asked me to." I told him, "I'm not proud of it but my first reaction to help some people would be no way."


Sorry this has gotten so long. I am just seeking some answers that I hope I can find. Thanks!
post #539 of 745
Hi Mandy!

Looks like you stumbled across some well needed info!

One of the things I have read and experienced with the "new kids" is that they do not respond to traditional discipline tactics and if they are not being nurtured in the way that they need they tend to act out.

A book that really helped me with some good ideas was The Indigo Children by Lee Carroll. It really helped me get started with some great ideas on how to approach the child and make peace with them. Things go a lot smoother after that!

Stick around and I am sure you are going to find a lot of support.

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Anyone still around? I first read about Indigos when my DD1 was a baby, I was in a very different place in my life but I did recognize my DH and my DD1. Fast forward several years to today and my little DD2 is very much a crystal child. :

I didn't know what she was, I knew she was very special, I knew it from the second she was born, she was different. She had a very rough start, was ill for many months, I have a very close bond to her, much more, and very different then my first child, but chalked it up to what her and I went through. I happen to have made a new friend recently who is much more in tune with things then I am, and she told me DD2 was a crystal child, and then everything made sense. People will literally come across a store to my DD2, she attracts everything. Happiness just pours from Gabrielle.


An odd thing, Gabrielle was not supposed to be her name, she was born and I swear that she named herself. It wasn't until recently that I learned what her name meant, not quite sure how I feel about it... I'm a life long atheist, I was practically born spewing off info about scientific facts, etc... I do know that my beliefs have changed since Gabrielle was born, and that she is the one that is guiding me on my new path, I have yet to figure out what it is... All I know is that this time last year if someone mentioned other realms, life purposes, souls, etc.. to me, I would of looked at you like you had two heads, and written you off as a crazy, now I'm not so sure.


Gabrielle is a light soul, so much in fact that my DH who is about non-believing in anything he can't see as you can get, has commented that he can't get attached to her because he doesn't feel like she is meant to be here for long.
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