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In "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids," Maureen Healy tackles the subject of indigo children from a whole new vantage point: energy. Aimed at healers, stay-at-home moms, and parents who are struggling to understand the unique qualities of their indigo children, the book covers such topics as: How indigo energy works How indigos heal The keys to indigo success You will learn In "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids," Maureen Healy tackles the subject of indigo children from a whole new vantage point: energy. Aimed at healers, stay-at-home moms, and parents who are struggling to understand the unique qualities of their indigo children, the book covers such topics as: How indigo energy works How indigos heal The keys to indigo success You will learn to see indigos from an energetic perspective--how they think, how they make decisions, what they need, how they heal, and what triggers them the most--as well as how to get them back on track, prevent meltdowns, and, ultimately, see them succeed. "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids" is a groundbreaking book that reveals how these new children operate in the world. You'll learn more about your child's energetic system, including how his/her chakras operate differently. Along with this insightful information, Maureen also provides practical tips based on her real-life work with indigo kids worldwide. She shares how to help them manage their energy better, heal from emotional upheavals more completely, and create more harmony in their lives. Maureen shares real stories of her clients, their experiences and how they found more success with their highly sensitive, stubborn, and even defiant indigo kids.


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In "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids," Maureen Healy tackles the subject of indigo children from a whole new vantage point: energy. Aimed at healers, stay-at-home moms, and parents who are struggling to understand the unique qualities of their indigo children, the book covers such topics as: How indigo energy works How indigos heal The keys to indigo success You will learn In "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids," Maureen Healy tackles the subject of indigo children from a whole new vantage point: energy. Aimed at healers, stay-at-home moms, and parents who are struggling to understand the unique qualities of their indigo children, the book covers such topics as: How indigo energy works How indigos heal The keys to indigo success You will learn to see indigos from an energetic perspective--how they think, how they make decisions, what they need, how they heal, and what triggers them the most--as well as how to get them back on track, prevent meltdowns, and, ultimately, see them succeed. "The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids" is a groundbreaking book that reveals how these new children operate in the world. You'll learn more about your child's energetic system, including how his/her chakras operate differently. Along with this insightful information, Maureen also provides practical tips based on her real-life work with indigo kids worldwide. She shares how to help them manage their energy better, heal from emotional upheavals more completely, and create more harmony in their lives. Maureen shares real stories of her clients, their experiences and how they found more success with their highly sensitive, stubborn, and even defiant indigo kids.

56 review for The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids: Your Guide to Raising and Resonating With the New Children

  1. 4 out of 5

    Susan Bazzett-Griffith

    I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. Really, 1.5 stars. At first I was quite intrigued by this book, as the basic descriptions of the "indigo kid" seemed to fit my own son very well. The more of the book I read, the more disenchanted I became, and the less I respected the author's advice. I wish I could believe that holding an overpriced crystal would turn my highly gifted- IQ son into a less defiant or more focused kindergartner, but it doesn't work, and the chances of him being will I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. Really, 1.5 stars. At first I was quite intrigued by this book, as the basic descriptions of the "indigo kid" seemed to fit my own son very well. The more of the book I read, the more disenchanted I became, and the less I respected the author's advice. I wish I could believe that holding an overpriced crystal would turn my highly gifted- IQ son into a less defiant or more focused kindergartner, but it doesn't work, and the chances of him being willing to go through acupuncture are next to none. I also was somewhat appalled at some of the advice she gave, which erred more on the side of bribing your child than anything else. Although I felt she had some good insights on children of this certain temperament when discussing their triggers (in fact, she was spot on in identifying the triggers, but I disagreed w/ her advice to try to avoid them and am pretty sure that w/out a lot of practice in the world on how to deal w/ their triggers, these kids are going to wind up very, very spoiled and self-centered), I do not think that most of the advice she offers is of much, if any value beyond that. I feel badly that I could not rate this book higher, as I try to be kind/fair in my reviews of any giveaways. :/

  2. 5 out of 5

    Liz Hester

    I sat next to Maureen on an emergency flight to Denver one fateful day. I was always a highly sensitive child growing up and somehow I made it out of the public school system and thrived. As a mother of an even more highly sensitive child, I understood her challenges and that old school parenting would not serve her. My family did not understand my parenting methods. They respected me and my results with my daughter, but they did not understand what I was doing and that caused me to second guess I sat next to Maureen on an emergency flight to Denver one fateful day. I was always a highly sensitive child growing up and somehow I made it out of the public school system and thrived. As a mother of an even more highly sensitive child, I understood her challenges and that old school parenting would not serve her. My family did not understand my parenting methods. They respected me and my results with my daughter, but they did not understand what I was doing and that caused me to second guess myself at times. On that wonderful flight, Maureen and I shared the joys of highly spiritual children that we are blessed to help in their journey and when I got home I read both of her books. I cried for myself. At last someone understood the challenges I had faced all those years. I cried for my daughter. At last someone validated the partnership parenting I'd been doing all these years. And I sighed with relief. Finally someone had helpful, concrete suggestions on how to channel all that Indigo energy for the good of all. I love the validation and help and my daughter loves the stories of other Indigo children her age (she's 9). Maureen has been a Godsend. When we are ready to listen, the teacher arrives. Thank you Maureen for making your teachings readily available for us to find! Namaste

  3. 4 out of 5

    Caylina

    First Read Winner. This was my first time reading a book that dealt with Indigos. I found the book to be very interesting and enjoyed learning about the Indigo personality. It does a good job on informing elements affecting your child and the benefits of clearing and opening up specific chakras. It gives plenty of examples throughout the book of what parents of Indigo children may be experiencing and how Maureen has helped each child (and adult). Chapter 5 "Energy Healing" and Chapter 7 "Everyday First Read Winner. This was my first time reading a book that dealt with Indigos. I found the book to be very interesting and enjoyed learning about the Indigo personality. It does a good job on informing elements affecting your child and the benefits of clearing and opening up specific chakras. It gives plenty of examples throughout the book of what parents of Indigo children may be experiencing and how Maureen has helped each child (and adult). Chapter 5 "Energy Healing" and Chapter 7 "Everyday Exercises" were my favorite chapters. In Chapter 5, Maureen provides detailed charts of what stones/gems, flowers, colors, and musical instruments to use for a certain problem or feeling and how it can heal and balance the body's energy. In Chapter 7, easy exercises are given that most can be done anywhere at anytime to help protect, channel, and heal. While I may not have children of my own yet, I can very much see myself using these techniques to help nephews and nieces, as well as myself. I don't think you have to be an Indigo to benefit from these techniques though. I do think this was a good book, but my only minor issues were that it seemed a little repetitive and I kinda wish some of the examples of how clients were helped went into a bit more detail.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    This is an interesting book that I won in a Goodreads giveaway. It gives advice for raising sensitive, intuitive, and unique Indigo children. I think alot of the advice is good overall in that it really encourages embracing your children for who they are, and showing them the empathy and compassion all children deserve. Some of the concepts, for example reiki and crystals, are a bit different for me, but nonetheless I appreciated hearing the authors views on energy healing, and concede they are This is an interesting book that I won in a Goodreads giveaway. It gives advice for raising sensitive, intuitive, and unique Indigo children. I think alot of the advice is good overall in that it really encourages embracing your children for who they are, and showing them the empathy and compassion all children deserve. Some of the concepts, for example reiki and crystals, are a bit different for me, but nonetheless I appreciated hearing the authors views on energy healing, and concede they are worth exploring further. I'm still not fully sold on the Indigo Kid concept, and alot of the characteristics seem to overlap with austism spectrum disorders, but if you have a child who is a bit different and or distressed give this book a shot. If nothing else, it will remind you that your child is unique and needs to be treated with respect and patience.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Noreen

    When I received the book, I had never heard of Indigo kids. It is a very interesting and well written book. I learned a lot and I will definitely read it more than once.

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