Light and unity is what yoga is purely about. If you haven’t heard about Indigo, Crystal & Rainbow children – this is an interesting idea. I first learned about Star Children about 10 years ago, and was immediately drawn to it. Throughout my life I have had interesting encounters with intuits and lightworkers approaching me; telling my mam I was a child of light, and other often bizarre but truly amazing experiences. I know I am not the only one, and I’m sure many children and parents these days also encounter similar experiences. I think those of us that are open and here with clear purpose encounter such people and experiences as reminders to stay connected to our mission. This is why working with children, who are naturally open, intuitive, and here with purpose, is so important to me. These children often experience high levels of anxiety, ADD/ADHD, may be on the autism spectrum, or may encounter other sensory integration challenges. I believe this is because they are of a different vibration, and struggle to fit into the current environment and or be understood by others.
The challenges these children face can also be gifts, but it’s finding the tools and support to allow these gifts to shine. Communicating and sensing the world differently does not make it easy to integrate and can be isolating, nor can it be easy for parents. While our current systems do offer many tools and are becoming more open to alternative tools, I feel it’s valuable to keep diving into alternative and more intuitive approaches. I don’t think it matters how we help others, even if it’s placebo or perceived as placebo due to our current limited understanding, so long as it holistically supports. The challenge is to find the right fit for the child, or adult. Star Children get it and see through things very easily. For more information on understanding and alternative ways to support children with sensory integration challenges, see the blog on A Different Approach to Sensory Integration.
What are Star Children?
Star Children are Lightworkers, here on a mission to make this world a better place, through compassion, healing, driving change, and healing. They understand the greater purpose and are relatively selfless. This also poses a problem as these children and adults tend to take on the pain of others, and may not have the skills to protect themselves energetically. Each Star has it’s own characteristics with the same purpose: to create positive change for all, by bringing a new way of being and more light into the world.
Indigo children are stubborn warriors and change-makers born between the 60’s and 90’s. Their role is to dismantle the systems that are not serving the greater good. They are entrepreneurial in spirit, trying new experiences and intrigued by finding innovative solutions.
Crystal children are pure – seeing the best in all, highly creative, empathetic to a fault, incredibly sensitive, and intrigued by the supernatural. They feel it all, which can be painful, yet manage to flow through it. Crystal children are here to create new ways of being. They are born between the 80’s to 2000’s.
Rainbow children are just that – full of colour and vibrancy! They are lovers of people, animals, easily adaptable yet will not to conform to old ways that the Indigo have helped to clear. They are fearless, see unity and will to continue to bring this into the world. These children embody our pure potential and have come to Earth since 2000.
Each Star Child brings inspiration in their own way. So how do you nurture yourself or your child to help bring out the best in them? I believe each parent knows their child, and am truly grateful my Mam had the understanding that each of us was very unique and encouraged us to express ourselves, yet have the wisdom to step back and be there with unconditional love and support. I don’t feel that labeling really matters – it serves as a framework to better understand. This and the blog on A Different Approach to Sensory Integration are simply tools to look at a situation differently, and hopefully to gain more insight to better support you and your child on your journey.