The Crystal Children by Doreen Virtue
Information: 170 pages, paperback
They say: Crystal Children are the new generation that has come to the Earth plane after the Indigo Children. They are approximately ages newborn through five, although some members of the first wave of Crystal Children are as old as seven. These kids are like Indigos, 'highly psychic and sensitive' but without the dark edge and the anger energy. Crystal Children are beautiful inside and out - one look in their eyes and you can see Divine love and wisdom. Their auras are bright, radiant, and opalescent - they seem to glow from the inside! They talk about past lives, distant galaxies, and profound insights concerning peace and love. This book covers many issues that affect these special kids (such as healing abilities, connections to nature, eating habits, and so on) and also includes interviews with the Crystal Children themselves and their parents and teachers. It points out ways to keep these kids happy and healthy, and how to avoid the pitfall that could spoil their special gifts.
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Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist who works with the angelic realm. A clairvoyant since childhood, Doreen teaches people practical ways to work with the Angels to heal their lives. She has appeared on countless TV talk shows in the US, where she is frequently referred to as 'The Angel Lady.' Dr Virtue gives angel readings at workshops throughout the world; and she teaches audience members how to see, hear, feel, and know their guardian angels.
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Hay House is a publishing company specialising in self-help and transformational books that was originally founded in 1984 by author Louise L Hay. It initially provided Louise with a way to self-publish her first two books, Heal Your Body and You Can Heal Your Life, and has been hugely successful ever since.
As Hay House grew, it became an incorporated company in 1987 and began publishing CDs, DVDs, card decks and other items, as well as books. The company is renowned for being one of the fastest-growing publishers of self-help and transformational books and their products are sold in 35 countries around the world.
They currently publish in the region of 300 books and 350 audio products, by over 130 top notch authors. Some of the authors they publish include Sylvia Browne, John Edward, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Barbara De Angelis, Phil McGraw, Suze Orman, Carnie Wilson and Wayne Dyer.
The Hay House book imprints include New Beginnings Press, Princess Books and Smiley Books. The company covers a vast range of subject topics, including books on astrology, alternative health, angels, nutrition, parenting, psychology, sociology, meditation, spirituality, numerology, colour therapy, feng shui, business, memoirs and autobiographies.
In March 2005, Hay House launched an online Internet Radio Station, called HayHouseRadio.com. The radio station broadcasts a weekly radio programme, called Radio For Your Soul, which features input, talks and shows from key Hay House authors.
Hay House is located in Carlsbad, California, but has international divisions in the UK, Australia, India and South Africa.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Rainbow mumThis latest offering from the prolific pen of Doreen Virtue, was eagerly awaited on both sides of the Atlantic, and was written in response to the huge amount of requests Virtue received that she address the subject of Crystal Children. This pocket size book is a guide to identifying Crystal Children and helping to ensure that their special gifts are not inadvertently squashed before they have a chance to bloom.
Just like the children described in its pages, it is a gentle, fun and at times mind blowing read. It is very useful guide for parents, relatives and teachers, to spot if a child has crystal qualities. It is primarily aimed at those Crystals who are under 5. For parents of older Crystal Children, it is a 'trip down memory lane'. The insights from the children themselves, alone, make the book a worthwhile read, although there is far more to this book. Virtue stresses throughout the book that it should be used as a guide only and it is not prescriptive. If the information included is used in such a manner, then it is a valuable tool.