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  • Reiki For Indigo Kids

    The Indigo children are a Soul Group of awakened and enlightened beings who have come to assist our world in a global transformation. The terms "Indigo," "Crystal" and “Rainbow” were given to these children, because they most accurately describe their aura's indigo blue colors and energy patterns. This is the color of the "third eye chakra," which is an energy center inside the head located between the two eyebrows. This chakra regulates clairvoyance, or the ability to see energy, visions and spirits.

    Many of the Indigo Children are clairvoyant. The Crystal Children have opalescent auras, with beautiful multicolors in pastel hues. This generation also shows a fascination for crystals and rocks. The Rainbow Children radiate rainbow energy, the kind that we were created with, to instill within us health and balance. They are here to ignite a shift in consciousness and help move us out of the " old paradigm systems", which include: our educational, political, religious, medical, nutritional, technological, family dynamics and all fear based belief systems.

  • Reiki Healing for Autistic Children, Children with Asperger's & ADD/ADHD

    Reiki Healing For Indigo Children include sessions for Indigo/ Crystal Children, Star Children, Rainbow Children, Therapy For Autism‎ & Autism Spectrum Children, and Kids with ADD, ADHD. Distant Reiki Healing Sessions balance Chakras and Cleanse Auras for optimum communication, peace & calm behavior.

    Indigo children come to Earth, bringing with them, Universal wisdom, Divine knowledge, of what is to come, and they hold a clear vision of peace, harmony, perfection and unity for this world.

    Indigo Children can sense dishonesty, like a dog can sense fear. Indigos know when they're being lied to, patronized, or manipulated. And since their collective purpose is to usher us into a new world of integrity, the Indigos' inner lie detectors are integral. As mentioned before, this warrior spirit is threatening to some adults. And the Indigos are unable to conform to dysfunctional situations at home, work, or school.

    Some don't have the ability to dissociate from their feelings and pretend like everything's okay . . . unless they’re medicated or sedated. As a result, an Aura Cleansing and Chakra balancing routine is recommended every 30 days in this case.

    When healing occurs it happens on all levels and dimensions, physical, emotional, and energetically. Healing energy opens a channel of core universal life energy that accelerates a spiral dedicated to bringing their needs into alignment. Regular Full Body Reiki Attunements keep Indigo Children of all ages calm, peaceful and balanced.

  • Reiki Healing For Indigo Kids

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    Reiki For Indigo Kids/ Crystal Children (Aura Cleanse/Chakra Balancing) $79.99
  • The History Of Indigo, Crystal & Rainbow Children

    In the 1970s, the term “Indigo Children” originated with a parapsychologist named Nancy Ann Tappe, author of the 1982 book, Understanding Your Life Through Color.

    In her book, Ms. Tappe stated that in the 1960s, she began noticing children who were born with “indigo” auras. Ms. Tappe wrote:
    Usually each universal age is accompanied by a preponderance of people with that life color. For instance now most adults are either Blue or Violet, the two colors with the attributes most needed in this the Violet Age of transition. During the next age, the
    Indigo Age, Indigo colors will be the norm. This New Age concept was popularized in a 1998 book, The Indigo Children: The New Kids have Arrived, by husband and wife self-help lecturers Lee Carroll and Jan Tober.

    Characteristics of indigo children are said to include that they:


    Are empathetic, curious, and strong-willed
    Are often perceived by friends and family as being strange
    Come into the world with a feeling of royalty
    Possess a clear sense of self-definition and purpose
    Simply will not do certain things and get frustrated with systems that are ritually oriented
    Show a strong innate subconscious spirituality from early childhood (although this does not necessarily imply a direct interest in spiritual or religious areas)
    Have a strong feeling of entitlement, or deserving to be here

    Other traits attributed to these children include:

    High intelligence quotient
    Difficulty in school
    Inherent intuitive ability
    Resistance to rigid, control-based paradigms of authority
    Anti-social, inward turned consciousness, and feelings that no other human understands them

    Tober and Carroll state their belief that indigo children may function poorly in conventional schools due to the children’s rejection of rigid authority, their being smarter or more spiritually mature than their teachers, and their lack of response to guilt-, fear- or manipulation-based discipline.

    Critics suggest that the social construction of indigo children is a response to a perceived crisis of American childhood in the form of increased youth violence and diagnoses of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

    Some critics, including Sarah W. Whedon for example, state that parents label their children as “indigo” to provide an alternative explanation for their children’s improper behavior stemming from ADD and ADHD.

    Other critics, for example research psychologist Russell Barkley, state that aside from lack of any empirical evidence of the existence of indigo children, the traits mainly attributed to them are so vague that they can describe nearly anyone.

    Some mental health experts are concerned that labeling a disruptive child an “indigo” may either delay proper diagnosis and treatment that could benefit the child, or delay an investigation into the parenting style that may be causing the behavior.

    The related concept of “crystal children” has been linked to the autistic spectrum. Here, critics state that proponents re-categorize autistic symptoms as telepathic powers, and attempt to re-conceptualize the traits associated with these symptoms as part of a positive identity.

    Autism researcher Mitzi Waltz states that there may be inherent dangers to these beliefs, leading parents to deny the existence of impairments, avoid proven treatments and spend considerable money on unhelpful interventions. Waltz advises that parents may also transmit belief systems to the child that are self-aggrandizing, confusing, or potentially frightening”.

    Read More:


    (1) Understanding Your Life Through Color: Metaphysical Concepts in Color and Aura by Nancy Ann Tappe
    (2) The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived by Jan Tober and Lee Carroll.
    (3) The Wisdom of Indigo Children: An Empathic Restatement of the Value of American Children by Sarah W. Whedon, published in Nova Religion.
    (4) Have Jedi Created a New ‘Religion’ by Tom de Castella, published in BBC NEws Magazine.
    (5) From Changelings to Crystal Children: An Examination of ‘New Age’ Ideas about Autism by Mitzi Waltz, published in the Journal of Religion, Disability & Health

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