One has to have a membership card to join the Moscow club of the parents of “indigo children” (Read more about indigo children here). A membership-only requirement has nothing to do with exclusive status of the club. It is a precaution. Without sensible, and more importantly, properly trained adults who could support a “star” child in times of trouble and confusion, he will be destined to remain an exotic species among his mates.
The world’s best psychologists have long been investigating the phenomenon of the so-called “indigo children.” These children are called indigo because they reportedly arrive with an indigo-hued aura. Today these children are called children of light, children of a new civilization and a new millennium generation. They are said to have met with angels and saw other worlds. At times they can remember who they were in their past lives. And they know the reason why they came into this world.
Practically all present-day natural scientists agree to the existence of an aura. An aura is a way of expressing a human being’s power field. The color of a human power field can very just like the color of an electric field does. All goes to blue as we exist in an electromagnetic grid world – the color of electricity is measured as blue. The color of a field charged with energy and vibrations at much higher frequencies varies from grayish blue to deep blue. This is the color indigo.
Indigo children are a new generation of children displaying an unusual set of psychological traits. We tend to attribute such traits to clairvoyants, psychics, and sorcerers. They existed in every civilization and were regarded either as geniuses or possessed. The list of typical indigos include Mozart, Leonardo Da Vinci, Mikhail Lomonosov.
The newspaper Versia reports that authors of all books about indigo children point out that the children are already equipped with their inner moral code before arriving into the world. They have perfect understanding of things that can be either “worthwhile or useless, dangerous or not dangerous.” The concepts are as natural to them as black and white. As regards the morals, the world of indigos has only two colors.
When interacting with adults, indigo children will offer them solutions to problems, and those solutions will seem somewhat radical due to the two-dimensional concepts of good and bad indigo children have. They always display a huge amount of self-esteem and self-worth that do not depend in on opinions of other people any way. Indigos have great potential of creativity, and they can be held back only by a lack of necessary resources and personnel who can help them make their dreams come true. In most cases the indigo child is a child who has been diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. He usually sleeps just a few hours a day and feels a strong desire to learn the world.
Indigo children find a sleep boring. “I will miss all the most interesting things!” says the girl Vlada while behaving capriciously. The children need to be involved in five actions at a time. The 5-year-old boy called Danya speaks in four languages simultaneously. His hyperactivity drives his grandma nuts. The grandma is a pre-school education counselor. She believes adults should restrain Danya from rushing like hell, adults should put him to hospital or even use corporal punishment if the boy fails to sit still. The grandma simply cannot understand that their family has the child who is a heaven-sent creature.
Translated by Guerman Grachev