These children/adults tend to very psychic. Many of them have “magical” abilities. Lots of kids—and some who are now adults—tell me, as a secret, that they know how to move objects with their mind and know how to mind control: how they’ve made their teacher rub her nose, lift her arm, or say “OK” when it should have been “no.” Parents and teachers do not know what to do with a child that “knows” the future, a child that can read their minds and who knows more than they should know. And when the child can also see the spirit world, then the adults really shut down.
All the extra information they receive makes it very difficult for them to align with a society that has accepted emotional dishonesty as a standard that is enforced and admired.
Teachers and parents tend to get irritated at a child that often knows more than they do. In addition, if the child has psychic or sees the spirit world, they lean that if they communicate what they see and know, they will be called liars or told they just imagined it.
Is it so unusual then that so many of these children are nervous and hyper? Who can they talk to? Who can they trust with their magnificent, spiritual information?
A story to help you understand the Indigo
A client, and mother of an evolved child, was preparing to go on vacation with heir children. She had a dream that told her to give her infant daughter a piece of a zinc tablet, but forgot all about it when she woke up. That morning, her small son was sitting on a tall bar stool holding the bottle of zinc in his hand. He tipped over the bar stool, landing face down in front of his mother. All the adults present held their breath; the fall should have at least knocked the breath out of him. Instead of crying or looking shocked or shaken he looked up from the floor, and much to everyone’s astonishment he just handed his mother the bottle of zinc! At that point, she remembered he was reminding her of what she had forgotten… to give her daughter a small piece of the zinc tablet so she would not get sick on the trip.
These children seem to “know” —and to know more than they “should” know. Something which is wonderful yet confusing, all at the same time: How do you treat a child that knows so much and yet is still a child? This is what we need to learn. We need to honor their wisdom and yet give them the space during their childhood to be children.
Educating these evolved children