Subtitle: The New Kids Have ArrivedPaperback and KindleISBN 15617060861999 - Hay HousePublished in mid 1999, this eighth book from Lee Carroll and Jan Tober is about a subject which received more mail than any other after the release of Kryon Book VI, Partnering With God. Chapter 7 of that Kryon book spoke of the spiritual evolution of the new children of the "indigo" color.
The Indigo Child is a boy or girl who displays a new and unusual set of psychological attributes, revealing a pattern of behavior generally undocumented before. This pattern has singularly unique factors that call for parents and teachers to change their treatment and upbringing of these kids to assist them in achieving balance and harmony in their lives, and to help them avoid frustration.
In this groundbreaking book, Lee and Jan answer many of the often-puzzling questions surrounding Indigo Children.
1. Can we really be seeing human evolution in kids today?
2. Are these kids smarter than we were at their age?
3. How come a lot of our children today seem to be "system busters"?
4. Why are so many of our brightest kids being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)?
5. Are there proven working alternatives to Ritalin
Throughout this work, they bring together some very fine minds (doctors, educators, psychologists, and more) who shed light on the Indigo Child phenomenon. These children are truly special, representing a great percentage of all the kids being born today on a worldwide basis. They come in "knowing" who they are - so they must be recognized, celebrated for their exceptional qualities, and guided with love and care.
This book is a MUST for the parents of unusually bright and active children!Click here to go to Amazon for Kindle version
Subtitle: More Messages, Stories and Insights from The Indigo ChildrenPaperback and KindleISBN 15617085932001 - Hay HouseThis is the 10th book of Lee Carroll, and the second in the Indigo series with Jan Tober.
By now, hundreds of thousands of readers have enjoyed the first book The Indigo Children. It not only stirred the interest of many people throughout the world with respect to the profound change in consciousness being manifest in these special kids, but it also gave suggestions to parents, teachers, and caregivers on how to interact with these fascinating children.
So what do you do with thousands of letters, stories, and observations from parents, educators, and others about their Indigo experiences? Well ...you write another book, of course! An Indigo Celebration is a collection of essays, articles, and personal insights about the Indigo Child phenomenon. Although we will undoubtedly be writing more academically-oriented Indigo books down the line, we wanted to stop for a moment and celebrate these kids, how they think, how they act, and what they're bringing to our lives.
This book is not only meant to entertain, but also to inspire, teach, and provoke meaningful dialogue.The Indigo Children are an integral part of the positive transformational shift of the new millennium and this celebration of them is one we hope you will share in!Click here to go to Amazon for Kindle version
Subtitle: What's Happening with the Indigo Teenagers!Paperback and KindleISBN 978-1-4019-2317-42009 - Hay House
This is the 14th book of Lee Carroll, and the third in the Indigo series with Jan Tober.
Half a million people have enjoyed the first two Indigo books, all set in motion with The Indigo Children. This first book not only stirred the interest of many people throughout the world with respect to the profound change in consciousness being manifest in these special kids, but it also gave suggestions to parents, teachers, and caregivers on how to interact with these fascinating children. It was a Hay House best-seller.
This new book is now validation of the premise that that humanity is evolving, and that it is being noticed and documented, finally, by education and business professionals all over the earth. The kids are growing up, and in the process the workplace is changing too!Click here to go to Amazon for Kindle version