Indigo Children: Ten Years Later
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by Lee Carroll
Follow up to the original bestselling book introducing the phenomenon of The Indigo Children. Directly follows Lee Carrolls author tour in February 2009. The release of the first book,The Indigo Children, in the late 90s opened up a debate amongst parents, teachers and the public at large. Despite the enormous popularity and value of the title within the niche market, Indigo children were also largely misunderstood and misrepresented within the media. The authors felt an urgent need to revisit the topic and take a more in-depth look at the issues set out in the first book, so now they visit the Indigo Children ten years later. This book brings clarity to some of the misconceptions that abound about the true nature of Indigo Children, and goes further to discuss how best to respond to the needs of teens and pre-teens as they prepare to enter join the workforce and enter adulthood. It also provides a set of values and ideas as a basis upon which to understand the relationship between the way we nurture, nourish and educate children and the rapidly evolving world around us.Forget the hype, this book is about the real issues surrounding the Indigos, which are the same real issues that affect us all. Clear suggestions are provided by industry leaders, educators, academics and professionals on how best to respond to and interact with Indigo children from an emotional, psychological and nutritional perspective. So join Lee Carroll and Jan Tober for a profound and frank discussion of this topic, which ultimately points to the need for us to really look at, listen to, and learn from our children.
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