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Empowering Your Indigo Child: A Handbook for Parents of Children of Spirit
Insightful, explanatory, visual, empathetic, useful, compassion filled and timely are just a few terms that came to mind after reading Empowering Your Indigo Child: A Handbook for Parents of Children of Spirit.
Wayne and Ellen Dosick have imparted a new knowledge for how to physically, emotionally, and mentally work with Indigos that are present in our lives. According to the Dosicks, there are three age levels of people that would benefit from the healing techniques offered. The youngest group is composed of the young souls from birth to around age seven. They are the most recent souls from the Divine and their needs are often misconstrued.
Information for how to impart the healing techniques to each group is clearly provided. A majority of the book concerns how to deal with children between the ages of seven to seventeen. Parents are encouraged to try the YOUMEES, healing strategies that are tactile in motion and also involve a real connection between the parent and the child.
The directions along with the photos of hand and body positions further explained the strategies for how to do the healing. Anyone who is an adult and considers himself or herself an Indigo should try the Point of Essence Process because it does open one’s mind, heart, and soul to a healing Source.
However, the focus of the book is for parents and their children who may be Indigos. The authors carefully outline the definition and traits of Indigos. There are the Indigos performing well in society as planned for and their characteristics speak for them: highly functioning, managing several friendships and relationships, understood and reaching levels of efficiency and creativity unthought-of in recent years.
All of the Indigo children described would appreciate the positive healing and soul nurturing that The 17 are designed for. The authors provide an easy to read listing of The 17 woundings or behaviors in the book along with how the wound is manifested and where the pain is often found in the body. For example:
Maybe this is not your typical explanation for selfishness since it does not address material wealth or generosity; instead it describes how much one chooses to interact and be with others. Hence, the pain in the heels, and when we are selfish how we tend to “dig in our heels.”
All seventeen of the woundings are explained thoroughly so the parent-facilitator and child will grasp a more clear idea of what they are going to try and work on together. After each one of the healing activities is completed there is a statement made by the parent and child in unison, “Concluded, Complete, Discharged”. As if to say that, their work together has been finalized when it came to resolving issues with a certain wounding.
For parents of very young children, ages zero to seven years, GraceLight: Weaving Harmony for the Littlest Indigo is provided. One may be wondering why and how children so young would need all the extra attention, but it is the very young who have recently arrived on Earth that feels the greatest separation from the Divine Source.
The GraceLight process is in the hands of the parents and involves about fifteen minutes. Parents who engage in this process will facilitate a change that will bring about a more peaceful and joyful demeanor in their child.
The authors highly recommend that parents repeat the GraceLight process once a month near or on the date of the child’s birth date. The repitition of healings will also help maintain the child’s cosmic connection to the Divine and to their soul’s intended purpose here on Earth.
In conclusion, Wayne and Ellen Kaufman Dosick have presented an explanatory book replete with unconventional wisdom and spiritual guidance on the very nature and healing of Indigos from birth to adulthood.
The days following my read of the book and own personal intention with the healing Point of Essence Process for adults, I found myself telling many friends about this book. It occurred to me that the Point of Essence Process had begun to work, ever so gently in my life.
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