Jun 05 2009

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Indigo Children

This book I went looking for originally because someone kindly told me I’m in it! Yep, I’m quoted from an article I wrote a long time ago, and my name is in the index. But I’m glad I got this anyway, because I am always on the lookout for cool things that will help Indigos and their families with all the layers of trouble that just seems to come with the territory (although I hate the title — I mean, what Indigo — or any other sane person — likes to be called a complete idiot??)

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Indigo Children isn’t just about kids, though. It’s for anyone who identifies with the characteristics of Indigos. And that number seems to grow exponentially as more information comes out. I mean, just this month we have four new books — and possibly more on the horizon. For a long time, there was nothing. And now, we’re getting the answers fast and furious. That’s wonderful!

I like how the information is laid out — it’s easy to follow and find stuff you really want to know. And like most “complete” books, of course it isn’t really, because things change so fast these days. It was probably outdated in some respects before it ever got printed! But that doesn’t mean it’s any less valuable, because some of the information is rather timeless. I don’t agree with everything in it, either. but there’s enough solid info to make it well worth a read — and to pass along to other Indigo families and friends after you’re done with it (unless you want it for your reference library, like I do.)

It has some great self-assessments in it, and tons of good references. And how bad can it be if I’m there, LOL?

I say it’s worth it. Get it. Read it. Here’s the link:

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While you’re there, look me up and see what I had to say 🙂

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2 responses so far

2 Responses to “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Indigo Children”

  1. Carolyn Flynnon 08 Jun 2009 at 5:24 pm

    Thanks for the review. I’m glad you found the book helpful, and thanks for describing it as having good, solid information. Our aim in writing the book was to provide a good foundation to begin exploring the topic of Indigos. I am right in the middle of exploring it — I live with two of the Indigos mentioned in the book.

    ~Carolyn

  2. Nancyon 09 Jun 2009 at 9:42 am

    Carolyn, you’re most welcome. This book ~ and the others I’ve reviewed here ~ are important additions to the knowledge base about adult indigos. Thanks for making this important contribution.

    Please join the discussions here when you can!

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