Indigo Adults: Forerunners of the New Civilization

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 138 pages
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A new type of person is coming into incarnation right now, almost a 'next step' as humanity progresses. These people are visionary and creative, progressive and independent. They carry new ways of thinking and feeling that hold great promise for the future.

You may be familiar with the concept of 'Indigo children, ' and never realized that there are also Indigo adults. Might you be one of them? Perhaps you have wondered why you've often felt different?

Frustrated and dissatisfied with the 'normal' world

Not easily fitting in the system, and often feeling alone, separate, or not understood

A pressing need to contribute to creating a better world

Unusual sensitivities

A deep feeling, thinking, and introspective nature

A powerful longing for 'something more'

"Indigo Adults" helps you identity if you or your children are Indigos, and can help you understand more clearly your nature and purpose here on Earth.

The authors also put into perspective the bigger picture of the changing of an Age and its effect on our current world events.

(See Appendix for list of Indigo characteristics)

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This book is without doubt the best book that i have read in a sense that on every page is enlightenment. Every page there is a truth button. every page there is clarity. every page life makes sense. I have read many books and many authors, but this book is the most beautiful summary of everything in such a phenomenal way. It has history and future, present and reality, all summed up. Who we are and why. I have never been struck by so much information in any book and so much sense of belonging.
The best book ever for me.

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I saw this book in my local bookshop and knew I just had to have it. I have looked at books for indigo children (which state indigos started coming into the world in the 70's) I knew this wasn't correct and so kept searching for information that pertained to me, an adult indigo born in 1961. I loved this book, even cried in parts as I finally felt I 'belonged' somewhere! As I read the book I felt more and more validated and it has given me a peace of mind that I have been searching for all my life. I have one indigo friend who I met about 6 years ago but she is the only person I can share who I truly am with. The book was a blessing for me which I shared with my one and only indigo friend. 

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