What limits are placed upon a soul at the time of birth?

Can we be taught how to THINK like Leonardo da Vinci or William Shakespeare or Marie Curie?

Might we teach our children to FEEL like St. Francies of Assisi or English-born Beatrice Webb or Texan John Howard Griffin?

Should we encourage children to live like Mohandas K. Gandhi or Mother Teresa or Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize?

How does one become a compassionate leader of Self and others?  A mental gymnast, fluid in thought and expression?  Living with an open mind and open heart?

Is it possible for intelligence to be developed? 

Intuition to be taught?

Perhaps the answers are in the questions we ask.


That’s the point of view author Barbara Condron raises in HOW TO RAISE AN INDIGO CHILD.  
She offers a real time account of the first years of life through the eyes
of the child, the parent, and society.  


Being alive was always more than what I wanted to be when I grew up.
It has always been about how I can be everything I am to be. Now. 
So it is with Indigos. They live fully in the present.
They resist being physicalized with rules of order that defy creative thought. They are here to bring something to the world. They may not know what that is, but there is no denying the willful presence that ties them to their ethereal, spiritual destiny.
Indigos are predecessors to full spectrum children. For this reason, Indigos, like the talented and gifted who preceded them, desire to function as a whole Self. They do not settle for remaining unconscious and so as infants they are not prone to sleep, and when they do, they talk and walk and emote as if awake.
I remember asking an endless chain of “whys?” – that to this day continue – only to be thwarted by loving but frustrated parents and grandparents who cared enough to want me to get what they believed was a good education. I pleased them with my grades and scholarships and proofs of appreciation, but what I found was that existing public education fed my brain while frustrating my soul.
Through my young years, I also drew to me some exceptional teachers who fed my starving soul, often outside of the confines of the 8-4 p.m. curriculum. I learned from an early age, life is about people, about souls, about whole Selves.
We all enter this life as mystical children.
We are all full spectrum beings.
We begin physical life knowing we are all the same, alike. Some of us never let go of this awareness, even when life’s lessons are tough.
Indigos are like this. The awareness is always present. Omnipresence.
You and I must find ways to foster and empower that awareness to reach its full potential. How to Raise an Indigo Child describes the 10 Essential Life Skills that every soul wants to master living. 

Why Don’t Kids Come with a Manual?


Now they do!

ReTHINK the way you FEEL about kids

21st century children are incredibly bright and quick.  Their minds move from one thing to another at lightning speed and they love multitasking between head, heart, and gut instincts.  This landmark book captures multicultural experiences of kids, and the parents and teachers who care for them.

Journalist Barbara Condron merges the objectivity of the reporter with the subjective experience of a mother to illustrate ways to think, feel, and live.  How to Raise an Indigo Child takes us into a world where honesty and learning, wisdom and self-mastery are worthwhile goals in life – starting from day 1.

By offering real life examples of how to reTHINK your FEELings when you find yourself in unexpected situations, this book becomes a manual for prospective parents and grandparents!  Published in five languages, How to Raise an Indigo Child captures consciousness exploration at the beginning of the 21st century that could well become the educational standard by its close decades from now.