16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on October 21, 2005
What a revelation it was to read this extremely well-written book. Anyone with any communication with a child or has influence on the education of this child must read this. The aid to understanding children who are gifted is unbelievable. I only wish I knew this years ago. Congratulations to the authors!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2006
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Edgar Cayce on the Indigo Children is a book with heart. The deep love for children felt by authors Peggy Day and Susan Gale shines through in all the book's pages. In addition, the book shows the authors' dedication to creating a world in which the upcoming generation's intuitive abilities and innate spiritual connection can be nurtured. This is a tome that is jam-packed with information and practical suggestions.
Much more than a treatise on the Indigo Children, Edgar Cayce on the Indigo Children describes psychic children throughout the world including the wonderful work various organizations in countries such as China, Mexico, Bulgaria, and Russia are doing to develop and use the amazing psychic talents of their children.
Unfortunately, although books written in the United States describe Indigos, Crystals, and other "new generation" children, psychic children in the US have not been developed in the same way as in other countries, according to the authors.
Fortunately, Peggy Day and Susan Gale provide descriptions and contact information for many grass root organizations working with the up-and-coming generation of psychic and intuitive children in the U.S., for example, a Place of Light, Childspirit Institute, Enchanted Forest Intuitive Camp, Nova High School, Edgar Cayce's A.R.E., and many others.
It is a book written in four parts. The first part describes the experiences of three unusually gifted psychic and intuitive children. The second part explains the activities of and organizations supporting psychic and intuitive children throughout the world. The third part illustrates marvelous techniques for working with intuitive and psychic children. And finally, the fourth part describes the advent of even greater spiritually-attuned generations in the future.
For me, the greatest aspect of this wonderful book is that it offers practical, loving, and effective suggestions for encouraging the unfoldment of the best in any child you care for and love.
I also appreciated the succinct description of numerous techniques, of benefit to adults as well as children, suggested by America's best-known psychic Edgar Cayce. A Cayce fan, I understood, for the first time, how to properly use such spiritually-based appliances such as the radio-active or impedance device.
Carole Chapman is the author of "When We Were Gods," which is the revised, updated version of "The Golden Ones," and the newly released "Blessed."
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 8, 2006
"Edgar Cayce on the Indigo Children" gives background on Indigos and programs to assist them; but more than that! Read parenting techniques that will build stronger, more giving, more loving, more stable child-centered families. The book shows the value of parent/child meditation and the benefits children receive in increasing spirituality, creativity, grounding. Imagine our next generation if parents would follow these suggestions!
on February 9, 2008
This book is an excellent start, regarding the additional resource information on intuitive children/people found throughout the book. As we are all seeking answers and guidance regarding these gifts bestowed upon some of us. Very interesting and enlightening! A "must read book" for anyone looking to expand their understanding of indigo children & perhaps their own gift!
6 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2007
I really hate the book it goes on and on crap and schools.
The book touches on Edgar Cayse at the end of the book and it's brief.
It's your waste of time and money. It's not very informative. It's written as if Edgar Cayse readings are all over, but it's not true.
This is to the author please don't use a famous name to sale a crapy book.
It's insulting to people that get it and Mr. Edgar Cayce.
Other people that feel sorry for the author well don't. The author needs to be honest in naming titles and content of the book.
It was boring. The only good part was when it talk about Edgar Cayce readings about Indigo Children. That all!!! Please do not lie about this book come on! Stop lying how great it is. Save your money and get other books please trust me. I have bought so many books in these subject. If you get it ok. but I'm warning you.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 31, 2006
This book did not have any useful information on Indigo children. It paraphrased other authors throughout the whole book and named various organizations throughout the US that people have started for Indigo kids. No real use to the average reader.