What is an indigo child? Highly sensitive, eager to follow their own path, fiercely determined to create positive change, these children come to earth with a sword in their hand. They are system rebels—environmental and social activists striving to make the world a better place.
And yet, their sensitive and independent nature often leads them to be labelled with ADD, Social Anxiety Disorder, Opposition Deficiency Disorder and other mental conditions, and put on meds. Could your child be an Indigo, Rainbow or Crystal child?
After witnessing her friend’s daughter being wrongly diagnosed with a mental illness at just 22 months old, Kristie was motivated to get this information out. Her documentary series The Children of the Rainbow gives parents, carers and educators the tools to help these children to follow their dreams.
Coming from a family of naturopaths, yoga teachers and crystal healers, it’s no wonder Kristie Reeves developed a highly sensitive and empathic nature. She combined her love of film production with her spiritual work to create media that really makes a difference. Her mission is to empower the next generation to stay true to themselves, follow their own path, and make the world a better place.
What you’ll discover:
- The difference between Indigo, Rainbow and Crystal souls.
- How to determine whether your child is a Rainbow or Crystal child.
- Why meditation should be taught in schools.
- How to find balance between discipline and allowing free creative expression.
- How Kristie transitioned from dance to film production.
- The first thing you can do if your child has been diagnosed with ADD.
- How to help indigo children thrive, so they can change the world for the better.
- A great game to help children recognize their own energy vs other people’s.
- Why indigos are instinctively drawn to veganism.
- Why epigenetics are the science of the future.
- How to make a powerful healing potion using just 4 essential oils.
- Plus: Suzie reveals her bad-ass past life!
Kristie Reeves’ Bio
Kristie Reeves is a producer, actress and what one would call an Indigo. Which means Kristie is a highly sensitive, but also very determined. She was born in a very small town outside of Frankfurt, Germany and had the gift of growing up in a nature environment and a community where everybody pretty much knew everyone else. Sometimes living in a small town had its challenges, but at the same time Kristie believes it gave her the strong foundation that she have today. As a child, Kristie was on one hand very shy, on the other hand very rebellious and liked to follow her own inner voice when it came to making decisions. Which sometimes meant wearing winter stockings with a summer dress for Easter.
The same time being very sensitive meant not being able to deal with the BS of her peer group. Watching the news on television Kristie also saw what was happening in the world and at one time she decided to sing her favorite song “Ein bisschen Frieden” (meaning “A little peace”) every day hoping it would end all wars in the world.
When Kristie was in primary school she fell in love with classical ballet. The dance studio was Kristie home, her refuge from the sometimes a bit crazy world out there. As a teenager Kristie spent every free minute dancing, performing with her school’s company and after graduating High School went to the Royal Academy of Dance to study classical ballet.
Years laters Kristie ended up in the city of angels. A few years after that, during her six months stay in New York, her auntie (as she called her) shared an article about Indigos with her- and all of a sudden Kristie’s life made sense. We are currently looking at a world that faces environmental catastrophes, from global warming, to the pollution of our air and water and a large accumulation of trash. We look at the the war in the Middle East, the maltreatment of women’s rights and the lack of education possibilities in many parts of the world. We look at the lack of resources such as food and water in so many countries. GMO, corruption and violation of human rights.
At the same time there has been a movement in the recent past. Call them pioneers, visionaries, activists- or Indigos. They are here to inspire change for the better.
Kristie’s website is her journey (past, present and future), her stories, experiences and sometimes also opinions on how the world works- and how it could work a bit better.
Kristie Reeves’ Links
Check out www.songlinesentertainment.com for Kristie’s latest projects!
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Links from show:
The Quest of Who You Are – blog post by Kristie
The Fabulous Adventures of Joel the Squirrel by Kristie Reeves
The Care and Feeding of Indigo by Doreen Virtue
The Indigo Children by Jan Tober and Lee Carol
The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton
Where to Invade Next by Michael Moore
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