(P)2005 Hay House Inc.
I thought this audio was wonderfully informational. I do not know much about these children but suspect I have one, and this is a great basic explanation of the Indigo and Crystal Children. Dr. Virtue did not really discuss rainbow children as I recall. Worth the money.
Short Peaceful Visionary
Probably. I enjoy her voice and spirit, but I feel that Hay House books works are often poorly edited.
Yes. It's extremely short.
This isn't an audio version of the book but seems to be an excerpt of a lecture or workshop. There are audible noises such as laughter, and there's a guided meditation with music. This is far too short a work for the price. It also leaves the listener without much more information than when the lecture began. It's mostly devoted to Indigo, with little time for Crystal and even less for Rainbow, but it doesn't do an adequate job of fully developing even the Indigo concept. Thankfully, compared to recent works from Doreen, she's calm and relatively happy.
Well written and narrated. I found this to be a good introduction to the subject of indigo, crystal, and rainbow children. But it is rather short and you'll want to do some more investigation afterwards.
I guess I should have listened more closely to the sample. I thought this would be actual information on "Indigo" children. Instead it is the same old hippie dippy dribble, excuse driven, never take responsibility for your actions junk. Is it not possible to listen to anything spiritual without having to listen to a political lecture? I did not want a lecture on politics and the author's political views...what a waste of $$$ and time.
"An interesting listen"
The first thing to point out about this audiobook - which came as a surprise to me - is that it's not actually an audiobook. It's a lecture. It does mean that some words are hard to catch, but most of it is clear and engaging.
I would have liked a little more depth on the subject, which might have been present in a book but you simply don't have time for in a lecture. Overall, though, it's a good introduction to the subject if you're interested.
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