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post #601 of 745
Megan, my dd doesnt see auras, but sometimes i can see hers, just shimmering and glimmering off of her. she and my highschool science teacher are the only people i have ever seen auras of oddly enough. he was very indigo too Addys is a light shimmering opalescent halo of inner light that sometimes just shines through her. it covers her whole body when it happens.
post #602 of 745
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Originally Posted by mommabear View Post
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!
I've been lurking for a while, reading off and on... but your post touched me mommabear... My mom and I sat down with my baby book and read a lot of different funny/embarassing/cute things I did when I was little. One thing she wrote when I was about three and a half was:
I woke from a nap crying, crawled into her lap and told her that I had tried really hard to get here three times, but she wouldn't listen to me. Then I said since she wouldn't listen to me when I asked her, I decided I just had to grow in someone else's belly instead, but it was really scary wondering that she might not get to be my mom that way.

My mom lost three pregnancies before my parents adopted me, and though by that time mom says I was familiar with the idea that I didn't grow in her belly like other friends who were getting brothers and sisters by that time, I would have had no idea about her losses.
post #603 of 745
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Originally Posted by ashesofyou View Post
I've been lurking for a while, reading off and on... but your post touched me mommabear... My mom and I sat down with my baby book and read a lot of different funny/embarassing/cute things I did when I was little. One thing she wrote when I was about three and a half was:
I woke from a nap crying, crawled into her lap and told her that I had tried really hard to get here three times, but she wouldn't listen to me. Then I said since she wouldn't listen to me when I asked her, I decided I just had to grow in someone else's belly instead, but it was really scary wondering that she might not get to be my mom that way.

My mom lost three pregnancies before my parents adopted me, and though by that time mom says I was familiar with the idea that I didn't grow in her belly like other friends who were getting brothers and sisters by that time, I would have had no idea about her losses.
Woooh! That just gave me goosebumps.
post #604 of 745
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Originally Posted by Animal_Lady View Post
Woooh! That just gave me goosebumps.
Gave me goosebumps when we were sitting down and reading it. I asked my mom how come she never told me about this? She said she didn't remember herself until she read it again.

Makes me kinda sad to chalk this up along with many other clues that I had some real "gifts" as a child. I don't know enough about the subject to try to put a label on myself, nor would I want to... but I can't help but wonder how these skills would have developed had I been in an environment that encouraged them.
post #605 of 745
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Originally Posted by ashesofyou View Post
I've been lurking for a while, reading off and on... but your post touched me mommabear... My mom and I sat down with my baby book and read a lot of different funny/embarassing/cute things I did when I was little. One thing she wrote when I was about three and a half was:
I woke from a nap crying, crawled into her lap and told her that I had tried really hard to get here three times, but she wouldn't listen to me. Then I said since she wouldn't listen to me when I asked her, I decided I just had to grow in someone else's belly instead, but it was really scary wondering that she might not get to be my mom that way.

My mom lost three pregnancies before my parents adopted me, and though by that time mom says I was familiar with the idea that I didn't grow in her belly like other friends who were getting brothers and sisters by that time, I would have had no idea about her losses.
wow.
if only your mom had recognised your gifts.
post #606 of 745
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wow.
if only your mom had recognised your gifts.
Well... if you think about it, most mainstream families either don't recognize these things kinds of things as extraordinary, and pass them off as an over active imagination, or they see these differences as something to be afraid of and discourage when at all possible.

I was a very imaginative kiddo, and just in the last few years have accepted that a lot of things were "real" and not just "pretend". Through meditations and deepening self discovery, I have a taste of a few of those gifts back.

I am glad for what I have been shown, discovered on my own, and also the things that I have been reminded that I am capable of. From what I have seen of past lives, I am a very old soul and I am hungry to know more. It seems to be that this lifetime, mostly through technology, this life has been a reconnection time. I don't know the reason for this yet, but in my life I have connected with four people from past lives, and only one was met independent of technology.

I think something big for humanity is on the horizon. I think it's going to be a wild ride. And I think whatever change we are looking at is coming soon... Grab a : and hold on guys!
post #607 of 745
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post #608 of 745
To those who have had night terrors in your houses, we had that problem for a while. Rescue Remedy helped. But what ended it (I think) was when I had a person do some geomantic work (I think-- he was recommended by a friend, I'm not sure what he calls what he does). He did something that changed the energy of the place where we live, and before I even knew he had done it, dd noticed something different, talked about a new door, etc. She still sees "lights" but only friendly ones, and she hasn't had night terrors since. PM me if you want more info on that.
post #609 of 745
I'm getting hit with it all.

My eldest son has an Indigo aura.
I feel very blessed to have him.
He is such a treasure.

And then my second son has a Rainbow aura.
Wow, what a challenge. But again, a gift.

And I thought ok, that's lovely,
we've been blessed by the gods.
Thanks for this gift, I'll do my best by them.

Well my third child, my daughter,
ANOTHER Rainbow aura.
I'm just so tired at this point!

And we have been told, that our fourth (daughter),
whom we have lost once, and will conceive again soon,
is suspected to be...
a Crystal child!

However if this is true, it should be such a pleasure.
After two Rainbows,
I look forward to the peace of a Crystal aura in the house.

So, hello!

: hale:
post #610 of 745
Thank you all for your wonderful stories. I am enjoying reading through them and I am so glad I found this thread... I always suspected that our 1st son was an indigo and I was starting to forget that as he entered school. I am so glad to be back into this stream of conciousness as the teachers in school are so ready to label him...
I look forward to learning from all of you..
post #611 of 745
Thanks for the links about Rainbows. I have always known I was an early (ush -- 1974) Indigo (transitioning to crystal, hopefully), but my son seemed to not be quite a crystal when I was reading about those. Oh, yeah! That's because he's CLEARLY a rainbow. Duh.

I don't quite get the "no karma" thing -- I do think he's been here before, and I am not quite certain why Doreen would think rainbows have not...
post #612 of 745
i've only posted once in this thread and am still working my way through all the pages, but i was wondering if some fellow mommas of crystals could offer some advice to my current predicament.

my crystal DS (who is the boy of a b/g twin pair) has been having these fits- for lack of a better word to use- over the last five days. he is also battling a croup type chest cold at the same time. but he will suddenly freak out at something and he will just scream and scream. he wont let me pick him up and stiffens his body, but when i put him back down he panics and claws at my legs to get back up. i'm checked him head to toe and did take him to the ped to make sure it was just croup and not anything more serious, so there's no physical explanation that i can tell. and it's not the way he cries when he's in pain anyway. i've tried talking to him to soothe him, tried rescue remedy, tried offering to nurse, tried offering him some herbal tea, tried asking him to tell me what he needs, tried taking him in the bath/shower, and it just seems like i can't help him. eventually, he just suddenly stops and relaxes a little and will then let me nurse him or soothe him somehow.

i was wondering if he's sensing something i'm not and if so, how could i help him. i am not as "connected" as i use to be before becoming an overwhelmed mom of twins plus an older singleton, but is there something going on energy wise or star wise this week that would explain this?

thanks for any thoughts or advice.
post #613 of 745
I do think there's something going on this week, but I don't know what it is... my mom told me awhile back Mercury was retrograde until the middle of February (???) but I don't know if that is it... but yeah, something's up.
post #614 of 745
Thread Starter 
Alexis! Fancy running into you here!!! I don't think I've seen you seen the ttc'ing threads way back when!
post #615 of 745
Yeah, I know! (Well, except I think I commented on Finn's birth story )

How are you? I saw you wrote the OP, but didn't have a chance to read this whole thread (it's L O N G!). I'm around, but I move in strange circles on MDC (mostly the dready mama tribe and occasionally extended nursing and toddlers...) I've cut way back on my internet time, because of the little one.

My toddler is an amazing person. He was worth the wait!
post #616 of 745
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Originally Posted by 1stTimeMummytoLore View Post
i was wondering if he's sensing something i'm not and if so, how could i help him.
This is what drew me to this thread. I don't have much to offer. I treated the episodes as night terrors, but there isn't much the mainstream has to offer. Earlier in the thread I talked about some geomantic work I had done, which seemed to make the most difference.

This week dd was saying, "Mama, what's that black stuff?" It was on the wall of her playroom. I couldn't see it. I asked her to tell me as much about it as she could, but I couldn't get a clue on it. After a while we gave up and I didn't think about it until a few days later when she said, "Remember that black stuff in the playroom? There's some in the bedroom now." Then I finally got smart and remembered some sage she had picked up recently and asked me what it was for. So I got it and smudged the bedroom. It took a bit and some thick smoke before she said, "It's going into the playroom!" So I followed it, dd followed me, and it took even more there before she said, "It's going out the window!" Then we did the whole house. She was telling me, "There's some in the office too. . . . there's a little more in the bedroom." So we smudged it all away, and she hasn't seen it since, but she was in a really good mood the rest of the day.
post #617 of 745
richella, awesome that you thought of smudging
so many mamas would just have scoffed at the child for imagining
post #618 of 745
Well, she is very imaginative, but usually when she's imagining she doesn't ask me questions about things, she TELLS me! haahaha
post #619 of 745
that sounds like my DD exactly
post #620 of 745
Just wanted to say hi... I have a 9 year old Indigo and 7 year old Crystal...
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