The Children of Now: Crystalline Children, Indigo Children, Star Kids, Angels on Earth, and the Phenomenon of Transitional Children by Meg Blackburn Losey, NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble
The Children of Now: Crystalline Children, Indigo Children, Star Kids, Angels on Earth, and the Phenomenon of Transitional Children

The Children of Now: Crystalline Children, Indigo Children, Star Kids, Angels on Earth, and the Phenomenon of Transitional Children

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by Meg Blackburn Losey
     
 

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The Children of Now is a groundbreaking work that shows that a large number of kids come into the world bearing inherent gifts that are beyond strange--they are telepathic, understand subtle energies, and/or have amazing psychic abilities. Many of them remember where they were before they came to Earth and often can describe past lives. Many doctors mislabel them as

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The Children of Now is a groundbreaking work that shows that a large number of kids come into the world bearing inherent gifts that are beyond strange--they are telepathic, understand subtle energies, and/or have amazing psychic abilities. Many of them remember where they were before they came to Earth and often can describe past lives. Many doctors mislabel them as autistic, ADD, ADHD, or suggest other behavioral difficulties. More than half the time, these doctors are wrong. The Children of Now are not defective--they are differently functional. We are doing ourselves and the world a great disservice by not acknowledging these amazing children and their special gifts. A surprising percentage of these children carry within themselves wisdom far beyond most adults. The phenomenon is very real, and more and more of these highly evolved children enter our world every day. The Children of Now offers not only genuine stories of many children who have brought amazing talents into our world, but also practical, easy solutions to assist society in supporting and nurturing these gifted--not defective--children and their families, rather than labeling, segregating, and condemning them. Fascinating to anyone with an open mind, and life-illuminating for parents with these incredible kids, Meg offers detailed answers derived from counseling real kids in real families. The Children of Now is a must-read for every parent, teacher, caregiver, and child advocate. In it you'll discover: - Why our children's DNA is different from previous generations'. - The traits and needs of the Crystalline Children. - The Children of the Stars and why they are here. - Real stories of real children as Dr. Meg helps them and their families search for answers. - Why these kids are exhibiting telepathy, telekinesis, healing abilities, and more. - How to help the Children of Now at home, at school, and socially.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781601639936
Publisher:
Career Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/15/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
557,522
File size:
1 MB

What People are saying about this

Devra Ann Jacobs
Finally, a refreshing and poignant approach without sensationalism that is easy to understand! Dr. Meg not only weaves a full picture of The Children of Now, she shares creative and realistic ideas about how to help and support them. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has anything to do with our new generation of gifted children... and those yet to come.
Dannion Brinkley
The Children of Now breathes light into a very real phenomenon. Written with great care and sensitivity, this book is destined to indelibly change the views of society, caregivers, and families while bringing much needed assistance and attention to a new generation of children who have come to change our world.
Lynn Andrews
The Children of Now is powerful and profound while at the same time quite practical. This should be required reading for anyone who works with children and everyone who has children.

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