Psychotherapists Think That ADHD and ADD Sufferers Might Actually Be Indigo Children - RiseEarth

Psychotherapists Think That ADHD and ADD Sufferers Might Actually Be Indigo Children


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by Awarenessact.com

Could people dealing with ADD or ADHD be something much more than what we think? Have these people made a leap in human evolution?

To Skeptics, the idea of Indigo Children is nothing more than wishful thinking or pseudo science, but could it be legitimate? Former Psychotherapist Doreen Virtue believes that these Indigo Children do exist, and has made claims that they are cleaning the Earth of social ills and corruption. She says the only way to ruin them is to give them Ritalin which is what they are often prescribed.


According to Stephen Hinshaw, a professor and the chairman of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, there is a very real concern that normal childhood is being over-medicalized especially when it comes to ADHD, but he doesn’t seem to interested in the Indigo Child idea.

However, we would have to agree that this makes a lot of sense! Dumbing down these children is not doing any good. Whose to say they don’t really have a higher purpose?

Vice. com Reported as follows:
VICE’s Gavin Haynes went to New York to meet Indigo Children born in the 1990s to understand more about them, how they feel, and about their perceived psychic gifts.

On this journey for answers, Haynes gets his aura read, undergoes a holistic dentistry examination by a mother and daughter Indigo pair and meets the rap duo “The Underachievers” that preach Indigoism as a way of life.
You see these Indigo Children and adults are everywhere, and they are becoming increasingly aware of what they really are. Your child could very well be an indigo child even.

Common Indigo Traits:
  • They know they are here for a reason.
  • They do not settle for absolute authority.
  • They are born knowing they deserve to be valued.
  • They believe everything should be given creative thought.
  • They are rebellious.
  • They come up with better ways of doing things often.
  • They do not respond to ‘guilt discipline.’
  • They are not shy when it comes to letting you know what they need.
Now, these things do vary a bit from one person to another but are overall seemingly universal. Indigo children are supported far and wide like nothing I have ever seen before. Just how unique are these children really and are you or your child an Indigo?

Check out the video below for more information.


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