Tell Our Parents We Are Special
By: Zarine Dadachanji
Teacher, Gong Meditations & Energy Healings Facilitator
Have you seen a newborn baby recently? The baby looks you straight in the eyes, and seems to see through to your soul; these babies hold their necks steady sooner, and sit faster. Their teeth come out quicker; they come with the wisdom of the ages and sages, and are not shy to sound off on what they “know” internally.
An increasing number of children are preferring to go vegetarian, opting not to kill or harm animals. They easily “tell off” their parents at times when they may be quarrelling or arguing. Parents are unable to resist the logic and truth that shines out of their eyes. So who are these children? Why are they different from the ones who came before them?
Those who are “in the know” have been labelling them, since the 1970s, as “Indigos”, “Crystals”, “Rainbow Children”, and now we also have “Diamond Babies”.
The Indigos are highly sensitive and psychic, and have important life purposes. They have tempers and fiery determination. Many of the Indigo Children are clairvoyant. They are often mislabelled with the psychiatric diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Sadly, when they are medicated, the Indigos often lose their beautiful sensitivity, spiritual gifts and warrior energy.
The Crystal Children, however, are blissful and even-tempered. They may occasionally have tantrums, but these children are largely forgiving and easy-going. This generation also shows a fascination for crystals and rocks. Crystal Children have telepathic abilities which lead them to talk later in life.
The fearless Rainbow Children are pure givers ready to fulfil our needs. They radiate rainbow energy, to instil health and balance within us.
Diamond children know they are right 99% of the time on just about everything. Sometimes they will get into arguments simply to win. Diamond children shy away from leadership. They can manifest with ease and will work out a solution, or answer, to any problem you present them with.
Observe your children’s capabilities and see the signs. It is part of your role as a mother to embrace such aspects of your child, and encourage them until they flourish and grow.