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Kari, my crystal dd is super sensory sensitive too (hows that for alliteration!)
and she has night terrors. pretty bad sometimes.
other than the language differences our dds are very similar.

dd2 on the other hand is a rainbow through and through.

guess they get it from their indigo mama
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When I was younger I had a few different people tell me I'm an indigo. Then, I met my DP and he told me he's been told he's an indigo, too! I'm almost positive my 4mo daughter is a Crystal... we, too, communicated before she was born, through dreams, etc. I'm so happy I found this thread!

you can see it in her eyes
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to the new mamas
good to have some life in the thread again.
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i don't think my kids are indigos (well not yet at least, as my youngest is only 7.5m)--but my dh is definitely one!

he is very intuitive--he had a vision that he was going to have a daughter, before he'd even met me in person. he told me much later that when he saw me for the first time, he instantly knew that i was going to be the mother of his child

pretty much the entire indigo description fits for him..glad i found this thread!
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Hello fellow mamas! I am new to MDC and thrilled to see this thread. I hoped I could read it all before posting, but its super long! I have read maybe 1/3 of it, and looked at the websites.
My son (born 2003) has been pegged a "crystal child" by other intuitive people long before I understood what that meant. He doesn't have psychic dreams (that he shares anyways), but he is very sensitive, and his mayan astrology sign is the Blue hand- the healer. His eyes are the most expressive big blues I've ever seen (and people always comment on them) His energy is very charismatic, people are attracted to him, and he is very generous with the hugs and cuddles.
We did go through a phase of hitting/biting/aggressive behavior that we found was related to a sensory seeking "disorder". Our health kinisieologist and cranio-sacral therapist have been so helpful, we rarely have a problem with this anymore. Gotta give credit to the hopping ball with the handle, too!
He knows what food is best for him. He is the only kid I know who will take huge handfulls of salad and shove them in his mouth- no dressing! His favorite food is beets and he loves kombucha tea! He also will eat a sheet of nori as a snack (he's having one right now!)
As for me, I think I must fall more into the Indigo category (born 1982), I have a hard time dealing with corruption and feel compelled to expose things and bring about positive change (not such a great trait to have as an employee, I have found!) I am pretty intuitive, I called both of my miscarraiges before I started bleeding, I "know" when something bad is going to happen, and often the phone rings and its the person I was just thinking of calling.
As a child, I was the one sitting in a yard full of dandelions, contemplating the clouds, feeling connected to the livestock, and escaping to the forest. (Good thing we lived in the country!) My parents thought I was strange and one time my step mother got angry with me for bringing rose petals to dry in my room. I was making homemade popurri, I thought, and she accused me of making the house smell like a funeral parlor and bringing in ants! I felt so misunderstood. Fortunately, in high school, I made friends with a girl who had been raised by more in-tune parents and I learned alot from them.
More to come, thanks ladies for this great thread. How did I live so long without MDC? I guess I did live without electricity for a few years!
Peace
GEM
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wow... this has been an interesting read, I think I've read only 1/10th of this thread - but I've had chills reading all of it.

I was thinking last week that I have this strange "gene" that makes me do EVERYTHING differntly and I am automatically attracted to non mainstream stuff... from music, to politics, to lifestyle - just last week I started a fitness program that flys in the face of conventional fitness, and all I could think was "really??? that too? I cant do anything mainstream can i?". Reading this, clearly those are Indigo traits... my mom often talks about how as a child I was very "in the moment" and extremely sensitive to my environment - she always talks about how my dd1 is exactly the same.

DD1 is DEFINATELY indigo... I was reading earlier about favorite colors, I'm not well versed in this but her faves are "purple, red and pink"... chills when I read that!! She is very high energy, sensitive - she is very giving and generous as well. She also questions EVERY single thing we ask of her... its frustrating but I see it as a good quality. She is also a singer!!

DD2 is crystal... she has the almond shape eyes, she is intuituive, and very sensitive to feelings and emotions and tends to give the hugs right when they are needed. She is sensitive to anger and will often be quite upset if voices are raised or she will tune out to her own world. When my grandmother died this summer, she was an amazing source of spiritual healing for me. On the night of the funeral she was rocking Grandmas rocking chair and would go over to a photo of my grandma, pretend to pick her up and put her in the chair to rock her singing "rock a bye baby".

DD3 is crystal... she is only 3 months old, I've been communicating with her since before she was born. I feel like I've ALWAYS known her. Her eyes are intensely gazing and she will look right into my soul - its unbelievable. I cant wait to watch her grow up with her two sisters. Tonight she wouldnt go to sleep so I was nak and found this thread... read a bit, put her down - she woke up right away so I could read the rest. Now she is fast asleep.

Thanks for this community... I imagine I will look in here often for insight into my amazing children
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I was thinking last week that I have this strange "gene" that makes me do EVERYTHING differntly and I am automatically attracted to non mainstream stuff... from music, to politics, to lifestyle - just last week I started a fitness program that flys in the face of conventional fitness, and all I could think was "really??? that too? I cant do anything mainstream can i?".
Hahaha! Story of my life!!

I enjoyed reading about your daughters. Thanks for posting.
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Hello Beauty-FULL mamas! I am an Indigo transitioning into Crystal... I had a little rainbow crystal child three months ago. I can't seem to figure out which one he is because he seems to have both vibrations. Either way he is absolutely amazing. We had a strong connection throughout my pregnancy and he told me (and dh) that he wanted to be named Kayleb Aizen because that's who he was. Tuning in to him and is obvious that he is a very wise, powerful, and old soul. He has already taught me so much and I can't wait to experience the adventures that are to come in this life with him. These children really are such little MASTERS and we have so much to learn from them! Everywhere we go people are just drawn to Kayleb. THey are struck by his beauty and his charismatic personality. We also constantly get comments on how calm and chill he is.

I love you all! Thank you for being here at this time and sharing your amazing energy! I look forward to checking back on this thread and communing with all of you.

Namaste'
Sarah

~Kindred Spirit
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DD1 is DEFINATELY indigo... I was reading earlier about favorite colors, I'm not well versed in this but her faves are "purple, red and pink"... chills when I read that!! She is very high energy, sensitive - she is very giving and generous as well. She also questions EVERY single thing we ask of her... its frustrating but I see it as a good quality. She is also a singer!!
You might as well be describing my daughter! I got to talk to her on Sunday, and she told me the purple was no longer her *most* favorite color anymore, because magenta was. I didn't what color magenta was until I was at least twice her age (she is barely five years old.) Though that was pretty cool, and I wanted to share it.
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wow, ok, can someone post a link or something about what a rainbow is? I've found ones about crystal and indigo... (is there another I havent heard about yet?)
Based on what I have read thus far, DS1 seems so so so soooooooo indigo. I've always gone with 'spirited' but I think indigo applies too.
I don't feel like I have a good enough sense of what these things are to determine what DS2 is...do all kids fall into one of these groupings? Or only some?
I've heard about this concept periodically for a while, but never really understood what it was. Originally I thought it was a personality thing kinda like color code, but I now see that it goes MUCH deeper than that! I am very interested in understanding it better.
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my 4 yr old has horrible horrible dreams like many others have mentioned. he will suddenly be screaming beside me and often will get up and try to run out of bed. his eyes will be open, but he is *not* awake. he'll cry and yell at monsters and swing his arms like he's fighting something.
OMG! I just posted sojmething like this here about my 7yo just this morning! Nobody has responded to me. Is this an indigo trait? It has worried me so much tha tI dind't know what was going on with him. I have an infant, so it's hard to comfort 7yo when he gets like this because he wakes the babe and then I've got two bawling kids... usually DH would go comfort one, but this last week DH has been out of town and it has been horrible.
DS2 smiles and laughs in his sleep...but DS1 bawls.
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wow, ok, can someone post a link or something about what a rainbow is? I've found ones about crystal and indigo... (is there another I havent heard about yet?)
Rainbow children

And I like the description on this site
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those are night terrors, Addy my Crystal has them too.
she gets them less when we limit or exclude dairy from her diet. such a sensitive sweet thing.
its so rough to experience as a parent, cause it feels like there is nothing you can do to help your child who is screaming and thrashing about like they are in the most excruciating pain of their lives.
but from what i have read about night terrors, most kids dont even remember them, and its not related to dreaming at all.
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Is my child an indigo?

I have a daughter who just turned 12 years old and all her life I thought there was something different about her. I talked to a psychic last summer at a party and that was the first time I had heard about indigo and crystal children. When my daughter was born I first noticed that she looked different. She has very blonde hair and large blue eyes. My husband and I both have dark brown hair and green eyes. She is extremely intelligient. The school district we are in has a program for children that are highly creative and intelligient. You have to test into the program. She was accepted in the first grade. There were over 150 first graders and only 8 of them met the requirements for this program. She has always been very artistic, creating things, drawing etc. She can look at an animal and draw a perfect picture of it. I can not draw a straight line with a ruler. She is also very gifted in math and science, she has always been in top classes and is a straight A student. She has been writing her own computer programs for two years. But the most interesting thing about her and make me wonder if she is an indigo child is her obsession with animal telepathy and psychics. She talks to animals all the time and says they talk back to her. And the last few months she has reading everything she can about Reiki. She finds out about these things on her own. She is also extremely sensitive and she is a very loving person. If there is a child left out at school she will go out of her way to befriend them. Are these characteristis of the indigo children? And what as a parent can I do to support her and help her along her path especially since I don't understand much of it.

Thank you,
Lisa
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but from what i have read about night terrors, most kids dont even remember them, and its not related to dreaming at all.
The more I read here, I am begining to think that my dd is not the only Indigo in our house but, I was born in 1980 so maybe Im too old?? . I had night terror as a child and I can remember the dreams. I had the same dreams, evertime and I would get a strange sensation over my body before I feel asleep the nights I would get them. I was around 5 when they started and they lasted about a year (not every night). Interesting, when we moved I never had them again. My mom said I would scream with my eyes open and point to empty corners of the room. She would try to wake me up but, couldn't.

I also heard that they are not related to dreaming. They are very strange!
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Seeing Auras??

My dd says that she sees colors around people and plants even in the sky. I asked her about it and she said that the colors are different on different things. Do your children see Auras and what do you tell them when they talk about it. I tell dd that she has a gift where she is able to see things about people that others may not be able to see. I try to reassure her that what she is seeing is real but, that some people don't understand, she really understands this for some reason and only talks to me about it. I want to make sure that she knows I believe her, what do you guys do??

I haven't had time to read all the posts yet, so if this was already discussed please refer me back to the page. THanks

Megan
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Hahaha! Story of my life!!

I enjoyed reading about your daughters. Thanks for posting.
yeah, story of my life too

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Rainbow children

And I like the description on this site
thanks for those links my DD fits so perfectly with the crystal and rainbow descriptions.
But I wont write out heaps about her now; I already wrote a lot earlier in the thread.
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Rainbow children

And I like the description on this site
Thanks so much for these links. Ds is an Indigo, and I have been wondering about dd . . . she doesn't fit the descriptions for Indigo, Crystal, etc. But I have known there is something 'about' her since before she was born. She came to us after three miscarriages, and was born exactly when she was meant to be. I see her strongwill and determination as such gifts -- they are what helped get her here in the first place!
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