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  • Without thinking, just say, "I am color 'X.'" What color do you think you are?

  • A creamy orange?

  • ...An off white, like you might have at your walls in the late 90's.

  • We are going to do your aura photo.

  • We find, more often than not, people will actually get their color right. We have the sense of who we are.

  • Can't wait, let's see what happens.

  • Now let's put your hands on this plate.

  • Feels a little bit like the electric chair.

  • There's little... little danger here.

  • Okay.

  • Here we go.

  • An aura is a colored band that some people say they can see around the human body showing its spiritual states.

  • Few can see them but I found a man called Eric Sage who said he had a camera that could do just that.

  • It seemed like an odd job, looking at people's auras every day.

  • A bit awkward to be stepping in on something so private.

  • But I supposed Eric was a professional, like a gynecologist or such.

  • That's pretty good.

  • This is Tinder gold right here.

  • When I was 4, I had many visions of meeting God.

  • Of meeting new people.

  • Indigo children.

  • Astral beings sent to guide us all to a higher plane... or hyper children running around with untreated ADD?

  • How can you tell if your child is gifted or has a disorder?

  • Some parents and even some doctors believe that a number of children today are gifted with psychic powers.

  • They call them "Indigo Children".

  • The term has been around since the 1970's, coined by psychologist and medium, Nancy Ann Tappe.

  • Who claimed that she'd noticed a sharp uptick in the number of babies born with indigo-colored auras.

  • But it was in the 90's that the phenomenon took off in the mainstream.

  • Thanks to the book "The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived" by husband and wife team: Lee Carroll and Jan Tober.

  • Say you're an Indigo, um, and somebody comes up to you and asks you a question about their life.

  • And you could tell them what it was and how it happened.

  • They entered all of our homes: Oprah featured them, documentaries exposed them.

  • And all across America thousands of parents refused to swallow their kids ADHD medicine.

  • Rejecting medical disgnoses in favor of declaring their kids as Indigo.

  • I think its a stab at trying to apply a more positive label to these children rather than the more pejorative terms like ADHD..

  • Many of the kids who were raised in its shadows are now adults. Do they still see it as their glorious destiny?

  • Or as something much less benign?

  • For all my motherfucking indigos that are in the building, let me hear real quick.

  • I've come to America to see how brightly the indigo movement's aura is still shining.

  • My journey began in New York, where I was in Sheepshead Bay to meet a full-blown adult indigo.

  • It's been hard to put a definition on what exactly indigo is.

  • The Indigos are a leaderless group.

  • But Edward, the man I'm about to meet, is at least the leader of the New York City Indigo meet-up group.

  • So, perhaps he'll have some ideas.

  • Edward claimed to be on an intense spiritual journey, which was in part why his apartment contained no furniture.

  • He first diagnosed himself indigo over a decade earlier, after an online test.

  • Hello, Edward, I'm Gavin.

  • I've come over from England to search about Indigo children.

  • I gather you're the boss of the NYC meetup group for Indigos.

  • Yes, I'm... I'm the founder.

  • So what are the key Indigo traits?

  • Highly psychic or intuitive. Many of them will be capable of healing other people, whether emotionally or energetically or physically.

  • Non-conformative to anything from school to parents to jobs.

  • That is why many of them are out of place, they just plain and simple different. There is no label to it.

  • It's not ADD or ADHD. It's, ummm, it's just a different vibrational, energetical type of a person.

  • The whole notion of Indigo, the whole idea is to pretty much change the way of the world. In every aspect.

  • Hmm, and what are you here to do differently?

  • My spiritual journey is to help people. To bring the change individually as well as on a group level. Through spiritual awakening, consciousness awakening.

  • And change all the patterns you acquired one lifetime after another.

  • Umm, could you perhaps read my past lives?

  • I will, I will need to shut my eyes for a moment to give you an answer for that or that, Umm...

  • Edward didn't seem to be getting any information about my past life. Was that the psychic's protective boredom threshold kicking in?

  • Even I wasn't sure.

  • So okay, so its a very interesting thing. First of all I am not getting any information about your past life. But...

  • Still some information came through that I was told to relay to you.

  • Okay.

  • A little bit of information. Actually first of all you are an indigo yourself.

  • I am an indigo?

  • Yourself, first of all. Second of all it is so, find your core. Find what moves you and makes your soul and your heart sing.

  • And do that. You will be able to bring a lot of changes and beauty to this world in your own way

  • Okay. Well and on that uh bombshell this is Gavin Haines, Indigo, signing off with Edward Tarashchansky, Indigo... ish.

  • Very nice meeting you brother.

  • Edwards message, to find what moves me, was very inspiring.

  • But, as what moved me was cock fighting and the films of Michael Bay... Perhaps I was going to struggle to bring joy to the much wider world.

  • The upside to being diagnosed Indigo was that I was now part of a kind of extended family.

  • I wanted to go meet more of my brothers and sisters. So I went to see the Brands.

  • Idelle who was a holistic dentist and her daughter Diandra who was an indigo healer.

  • Hi.

  • Hello!

  • Holistic dentistry it turns out was just like regular dentistry.

  • But with tuning forks sending out psychic vibrations, spiritually charged crystals for patients to hold during their root canal and funky esoteric necklaces.

  • So, not much like regular dentistry then.

  • What does holistic dentistry entail?

  • Holistic dentistry entails uh working with materials for the patients highest good.

  • You want to use dental materials that are bio-compatible. Therefore you don't want to use anything that's toxic, like silver/mercury fillings are very bad.

  • We also avoid fluoride because fluoride is a neurotoxin.

  • Now Diandra, you are a uh, Indigo?

  • Yes. At 16 I became a full blown intuitive. I started seeing angels around people.

  • I started seeing colors, that's the etheric field. The chakras on people.

  • Uh, then I started talking to other forms. So Angels, Archangels, ascended masters, God/Goddesses, etc...

  • So for me it wasn't about separating myself or thinking that I was weird or different.

  • It was just about knowing that there was something more and what can I do with this gift.

  • We've written this book, "Enlightened Indigo Child". So that parents and children together can learn what they need to do to have a very healthy child.

  • And all these kids are being institutionalized and labelled with some horrible mental or emotional disease which they don't really have.

  • Say with the example of Diandra was she ever labelled as a uh...

  • Well she was, was labelled as uh having some sort of disability, a learning disability.

  • Now here is a child who is absolutely brilliant in more ways than one.

  • And uh, we have a teacher who thinks she has got a problem.

  • Okay.

  • I know my child better than any teacher.

  • I know she doesn't have a problem.

  • If anyone has a problem, its the teacher and the school system.

  • The browns offer to show me one of the services that made their dentistry holistic.

  • Specially made tuning forks to detox the body and balance its energies.

  • Be flat.

  • The reason why we got into this was because I had my own challenges. I had lyme disease for 8 years.

  • Oh ya?

  • And when I had it I was quite handicapped. Conventional medicine said that I would never be well and I should just close up my practice and go on permanent disability.

  • And that was gone when I took the weekend course in the tuning forks.

  • It changed me. It changed my whole life.

  • Sitting in the dentist chair having tuning forks waved around me felt very luxurious.

  • But its a bit like when I was a kid and they had calming pictures of Donald Duck on the ceiling at the dentist.

  • It's over, how are you?

  • Just kind of tripping balls there, yeah.

  • I bet, I bet.

  • Idelle seemed to place a lot of weight on her daughter's specialness and the dynamic between them was certainly intense.

  • "Ascent almost" fire of the auric field?????

  • Flemington, New Jersey.

  • When we heard there was going to be a psychic fair at the local Elk Lodge, my own psychic sense told me that maybe we could find an indigo or 2 here.

  • Well the stones have all different property. For example we have like our rose quartz.

  • Yeah.

  • When you're looking for love.

  • Uhh can we get a couple of them? How much are they? They're 3 dollars a pop. Bargain.

  • Are you uh indigo? Do you know any indigos?

  • Yes I'm an indigo.

  • Are you?

  • Yes.

  • Okay. Well how does it feel?

  • Umm, it was interesting now as an adult I can say I was out of body.

  • And I was more comfortable out in nature or in solitude than I was comfortable at school or with other kids.

  • So what are you doing here at the fair?

  • I am... I am a shamana. Which means a female healer. So I'm doing etheric surgery and armor removal.

  • Which means I scan a persons auric field to see what structures are there that are blocking the flow of spiritual energy.

  • Well it sounds like very important work and uh, thank you very much for sharing.

  • Oh well thank you, thank you so very much.

  • Not only was this a 1 stop medi-clinic for etheric surgery, a psychic fair was also full of the usual; Clairvoyants, gemstone salesmen and auric artists.

  • Uhh, love the artwork.

  • Thank you.

  • What, is there something representational here?

  • Chromotherapy, color healing, working with colors.

  • What about indigo? Is that a color that you would incorporate into your pallet?

  • Ya, indigo is a very powerful color.

  • Are you aware of the concept of indigo children?

  • I have an indigo child.

  • Do you?

  • I do.

  • And uh what is it like to be an indigo mother? And is that a special thing?

  • Well you kind of buckle up. And sit back and relax as best as you can because they are always on the go. They are very knowledgeable.

  • They're very insightful. To the point where it can be a little bit spooky sometimes how they know things.

  • Was this child asked to be put on medication at any point?

  • I, uh... pretty much refused medication.

  • Okay.

  • We used um... sugared iced tea.

  • What's that?

  • Um... Iced tea...

  • Okay, sugared iced tea, ya.

  • That has sugar uh... because it reverses. It calms them down. Like uh, if she had a test, she would get really really nervous.

  • So in the morning I would be sure...

  • Cause normally sugar would hype kids up.

  • And it has the reverse effect on my daughter.

  • That is one to ponder. Thank you very much for your time.

  • Good to meet you.

  • Turns out I've been treating myself as an indigo for many years with sugared iced tea and didn't even know it.

  • Indigos seem to be plugged into a higher spiritual switchboard. I began to wonder what would happen if I dialled out to modern psychology.

  • It was time to seek out professional help.

  • Thanks so much for sitting down with us. Um why don't you just start by telling us a little bit about your practice.

  • Well I'm a clinical psychologist and I work with children, teens and adults. I specialize in ADHD.

  • What are the key symptoms of ADHD?

  • Many people know the basic ones of lack of focus and inattention. Difficulty getting started on tasks, so that's procrastination.

  • And once you get started on something its very hard to maintain effort. So you kind of lose effort and focus.

  • Uh, difficulty actually regulating your emotions.

  • That sounds like a lot of people I know.

  • Its not so much the symptoms as to the severity.

  • I mean what does treatment involve for ADHD nowadays?

  • Basically nowadays uh, ritalin, adderol, concerta, vivance, stimulants are the main treatment.

  • So you very much believe that ADHD and ADD are real things, real entities in the world. These are diagnosable conditions.

  • Absolutely.

  • You mentioned earlier, um, a case of a woman who came to you with a child who potentially had ADHD but she had diagnosed as indigo.

  • Yeah.

  • Taken away from you again. What happens if ADHD goes unchecked?

  • Years of undiagnosed ADHD lead to school failure and if its super hyperactive maybe he can't make friends and keep friends.

  • And, uh, year after year of failure, uh, compounded leads to real pervasive and deep shame about oneself.

  • Which is uh, the recipe for you know depression and anxiety and drug use and also... and then possibly jail.

  • Recognizing a child with ADHD can, can draw well, or horseback ride or do something unique and supporting those gifts is great.

  • But saying that you uh, without doing anything are unique and special and uh, different than every other child is not helpful.

  • You think they're making mini-monsters? Children who can only be isolated?

  • Yes, right. Narcissists.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • And that's a bad thing?

  • Yes.

  • The older I've gotten the more I've realized that my drawing usually is really much better than I think it is when I just don't judge it at all.

  • When I kind of just draw.

  • Just free-styling.

  • -And there's no judgement - just free-styling.

  • Oh! This is actually the chakra test that I took online.

  • My indigo third eye was 89% and it was the most active.

  • 89% yeah.

  • Seraphina was diagnosed as indigo at a young age by her mother when she started recognizing her... extraordinary gifts.

  • Were you already interested in the idea of indigo children or was it something that appealed to you?

  • Very much so. Ya very much so.

  • Yeah.

  • I think from the time I was in my twenties I began delving into spirituality and the meaning of life, vibrations, past lives.

  • When did you first realize that your daughter was an indigo child?

  • Oh very very early on, from the moment that she was an infant

  • The unique way Seraphina sees the world, visually, um, in terms of perspective its very different.

  • Some people feel that indigo children have been sent here to open up the world to a new age.

  • Yeah, I've heard of that.

  • Do you feel that you have been sent here to open up the world to a new age?

  • I feel that I've been sent here not only to benefit those who know me. In terms of giving advice or having a shoulder for someone to be able to cry on.

  • Or be able to give them a different perspective on life but also just for me to figure out what I'm here for and figuring out what my journey is.

  • I find I'm constantly learning from her. So each year its just this new discovery of the more gifts she has.

  • Tell me about your gifts.

  • Um, I can read auras of people that I've been living with for a while, like my Mom. Or my Brother.

  • I always realized like, ya, she has this orange glow about her and it was always something...

  • Okay. So it's orange?

  • I kind of just knew. Orange.

  • I don't know. I don't see them.

  • And what about your brother's aura?

  • Um, I'd say my Brothers aura is like a light blue. He's definitely blue because I find blue to be, like, strong and it can kind of be cold or even aggressive.

  • A cold blue. Was it any wonder her brother was called Azure?

  • Seraphina seemed to spend a lot of time comparing herself to her older brother. The more she talked of him the more I sensed the dynamic between them could be the key to something.

  • What was it like growing up with an indigo sister?

  • Seraphina is a lot more artistic and creative than I am. Um, and she has a very different way of viewing things than I do.

  • And I think that was like obviously a large source of our confrontations.

  • And academically school has come much easier to