The Crystal Children: A Guide to the Newest Generation of Psychic and Sensitive Children

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Crystal Children reflect the new generation that has come to the Earth plane after the Indigo Children. They are approximately ages 0 through 5, although some members of the first wave of Crystal Children are as old as 7. These children are like Indigos—highly psychic and sensitive—but without the dark edge and the anger energy.

      The term Crystal Children is already taking hold worldwide, and people everywhere are talking about these special kids. ...

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Overview

Crystal Children reflect the new generation that has come to the Earth plane after the Indigo Children. They are approximately ages 0 through 5, although some members of the first wave of Crystal Children are as old as 7. These children are like Indigos—highly psychic and sensitive—but without the dark edge and the anger energy.

      The term Crystal Children is already taking hold worldwide, and people everywhere are talking about these special kids. Since Doreen is the only researcher who is publicly giving speeches on the subject, her audiences have been asking her for a book on the topic. It’s a natural sequel to her book The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children.  

      As babies, Crystal Children may take longer than normal to begin talking. They are highly telepathic, and their tuned-in mothers communicate with them nonverbally. Because they’re so sensitive, the Crystal Children babies may fuss and cry a lot in crowded places. They’re also very fond of nature. Doreen once watched one Crystal Child walk from tree to tree, giving each one a big hug.

      Crystal Children are beautiful inside and out, like magnificent little high-priests and priestesses. One look in their eyes, and you’ll recognize Divine love and wisdom. Their auras are bright, radiant, and opalescent—they seem to glow from the inside! They talk about past lives, distant galaxies, and profound insights concerning peace and love. Most Crystal Children’s parents are aware that their kids are special, and they’re thrilled to be parenting such delightful children.

      The book includes many interviews with Crystal Children, their parents, and teachers. It discusses parenting and teaching methods that are essential to keeping these children happy and healthy, and how to avoid pitfalls that could spoil their special gifts. The book ties in to a Website called www.crystal-children.com that Doreen is preparing—an Internet site for Crystal Children and their parents where they can post messages and read relevant articles.

In this sequel to the bestselling "The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children, " Virtue explores Crystal Children, the new generation that has come to the Earth plane in the past seven years.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401902292
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/10/2003
  • Pages: 72
  • Sales rank: 245,859
  • Product dimensions: 4.04 (w) x 6.06 (h) x 0.45 (d)

Meet the Author


Doreen Virtue is a best-selling author and doctor of psychology who works with the angelic realm. She has appeared on Oprah, The View, Good Morning America, CNN, and other programs; she presents workshops around the world; and she has a call-in talk show on HayHouseRadio.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2009

    to figure out your own child

    this is a amazing book to me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2006

    The Crystal Children

    This book was recommended by someone whose opinions on the subject I respect, and who believed my child was crystal. The introduction really captured my attention, but beyond that, I was less than impressed. The content seemed thrown together and poorly researched. The majority of the testimony to the theories in this book came from subjective surveys from parents and grandparents claiming their (grand)children were crystal - leaving the reader to sift through gushing pride for traces of objectivity. On page 129, the author writes, 'And lest you think that these are parents who are gushing because it's their offspring, many of these moms and dads have other children whom they find challenging.' That convinces me of nothing, and makes me suspect parental nepotism. However, it does have some useful tips on raising crystals, though I don't completely agree with 'Attachment Parenting'. Also, in Chapter 11: 'Eat, Sleep, and be Picky', (though I agree with the vegetarianism, and benefits of 'grazing') the gist I got from the book was to let the child do what s/he darn well pleases. While I believe in freedom within limits, this book seems to take it to extremes. Then again, it might just be my problem. I am, after all, an Indigo adult.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2003

    Great Book

    This book is a great read. It lists and explains the characteristics of crystal children very well and is easy to understand.

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