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Autsim & ADHD

By Mindy Allan
Posted May 3, 2012 in Health
Everyday a child is being misdiagnosed. Doctors aren't capable of knowing everything, and mistakes happen. Could your child be one of those mistakes?
Children who have been labeled by a doctor with ADHD or autism, might have been misdiagnosed by a doctor, and parent. Instead there is a high probability that they are Indigo children - "Pseudoscientific", living in a higher dimension than doctor or parent.
The term is pseudoscientific. Although no scientific studies give credibility to the existence of indigo children or their traits, the phenomenon appeals to some parents whose children have been diagnosed with learning disabilities and to parents seeking to believe that their children are special. Many children labeled Indigo by their parents are diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Tober and Carroll's book "The Indigo Children" linked the concept with diagnosis of ADHD and autism.
ABC news with Diane Sawyer in 2006, was one of the first mainstream news networks to do stories on Indigo children. Interviewing authors, children, and the Glover family who believe all four of their children are Indigo children, brings the first light on the changes of the human to another level of consciousness. Doctors at this time knew little about Indigo children, and many were labeled autistic, ADHD, or a child with learning disabilities.
Sylvie Simon, essayist, French writer and journalist born in Narbonne October 26, 1927, known for work on the esoteric and publications for the non-conventional medicine published "Indigo Children" in 2009. Simon exposes the mistakes of doctors who have misdiagnosed these children creating confusion in their minds by prescribing antipsychotic drugs. Simon believes that Indigo children are being born to help with the change in evolution and are the keepers of world.
In 2010, CNN with Anderson Cooper aired another story about the mystical powers of Indigo children born after 1980, and the aura that surrounds them. Focusing primarily being on the aura, the report gives an in depth look at how it works. Nancy Stevens, who specializes in aura photography explains the process and gives Cooper an analysis on the photo taken of his aura.
A 2011, eight minute documentary by director Hector Sierra titled "The New Children, Indigo Children, Crystal" describes this generation of "new" children known for their abilities, and failure of schools that can't understand them.
The phenomenon of the so-called, Indigo Children is an amazing tale. Parents, teachers and child care facilitators from all over describe the attributes of children currently coming of age as representing a fundamental paradigm shift over what we have traditionally thought about children, their aspirations, and their future. The great challenge for the rest of us is to encourage this extraordinary development as if it were the hope of the future -- which it likely is, inasmuch as children are fundamentally the lifeblood of the community
. This explained in the Library of Halexandria.