Re: [The Indigo Network] indigo child.. Is this possible?
- Hi Misti,
I read your post this morning, and I am happy for you. I am happy that you have had this awakening and just wanted to tell you that! You are not alone, and your daughter is not one of a kind!! My son, almost 7, was also diagnosed with oppositional defiance disorder!! Now in hind sight...I say what a joke. He was also diagnosed ADHD, and with an "adjustment" disorder. Meaning he doesn't adjust to change well. Well, the bottom line with that was that he was just having a hard time with his father and I divorcing, and him having to go back and forth between us. I put him on Ritalin for about 8 months, back then it helped for awhile. Then I realized he had lost his sparkle. Not to mention he also had to have another med to get him to sleep at night, and he wasn't eating, and he was becoming more and more moody. I decided to look at things differently after talking to some people about Indigo children. My son too, posesses alot of the traits, and so do I.
He is extremely bright, and was bored with Kindergarten after the second day! As I was trying to get him to bed on the second night of school, he said to me " School is boring, we aren't learning about science, we aren't learning about how things work." I was taken aback! I home school him now as he had trouble sitting still in class and doing repitious work over and over. He requires more of a hands on approach to learning rather than writing an alphabet 20 times. Anyway, I could go on and on, but gotta go. So I wish you and your family luck and all the best. My advice would be to read, read, read. There are many books on Indigos. This group is a good start. Be well.
"Scott, Misti, Caity, Kenzie" <Caitysmamma@...> wrote:
Wow, I am an emotional mess right now. I just discovered all of this
tonight. It explains so much about our little girl and myself for
that matter. She is different and I have always been different. She
is diagnosed Bipolar, generalized anxiety, and Oppositional defiance
disorder. I am diagnosed ADD and take ritalin but I seem to benefit
from the drug. Where we have found very little medications that she
My daughter is very strong willed and extremely creative and
intelligent. She was on the computer at 8 or 9 months and by 2 was
running our computer and showing us how to fix things on it. She
seems to have her own language and often believes she communicates
with animals. She swims with dolphins and makes homes for Fairies to
sleep in. She has imaginary friends and seems to be an old soul. She
knows things that are well beyond her time. She seems to want to
counsel you about your troubles but cannot control her own emotions
and struggles. She is amazing and difficult all at once.
We have tried everything to help our daughter. She has uncontrollable
bursts of rage when we try to "force" her into something she refuses
to do. We have tried many many medications and therapies, sticker
charts, reward systems and she was hospitalized for two weeks on the
psychiatric ward at Children's so that the doctors could study her.
She is unlike any other child they have seen. She is extremely hard
to medicate and seems to fall into many categories but often has
symptoms or side effects not observed before. She has diagnoses but
the best doctors in Washington State are unsure exactly if they are
correct or how to treat her. She is extremely compassionate and is
very kind in her heart. Yet she is extremely strong with anger. She
is definitely one of a kind.
I am overwhelmed with emotion. I am not sure how to take this all in.
From what I have read about Indigo children I can relate in many ways
with my childhood. I was very connected with animals and found myself
believing I could understand there feelings and sense there pain and
loneliness. I have always been extremely emotional. Overly caring for
others needs and situations. I have always felt I have had some type
of inner power as a child. Like I could just fly. I have seen what I
believe to be ghosts in my life and have had many situations or
occurrences that were unexplainable, exciting and scary all at once.
I was abused as a child and have always felt that I could read other
children that had been abused or were being abused and wanted to
reach out and help them. I seem to recognize people that are not good
or that hurt others intentionally. When I say recognize, it is
almost like they look or feel different. Even if I have never talked
to them before I feel I know they are not good. Just a feeling I get
and it sends chills.
I seem to have forgotten or forced myself to forget, some of these
things over the years. I have had a lot of trauma in my life and
always assumed that was why I was so different as a child. I made
myself move on and forget. When I read this information tonight about
Indigos I felt an awakening. Not only could I relate to so much but I
have always felt that my daughter was gifted and different and was
placed here to teach us something. I have always felt she has a
purpose greater than others. She is a gift to the world and at the
same time she is exasperating to our family and to herself. She
requires so much of myself and my husband that at times I feel I will
not make it another day. Yet Somehow, even though exhausting, I am
always seeking answers and feel there is one awaiting us. Something
wonderful, something meaningful.
Could all of this actually be true. Could we be indigo's? I am scared
and confused and excited all at once. What does this mean for us? Do
we have a mission to complete?
Maybe there is some type of local seminars or classes or groups we
can get involved in. Can you help?
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