Thursday, July 27, 2006

The Crystal Children - The New Lightworkers

I saw a Crystal child last night.

It wasn't the first time I had actually seen one, but it was the first time it dawned on me that I actually knew one and never realized that's what he was.

And, what's a Crystal child?

According to Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., author of THE CRYSTAL CHILDREN, they are the newest generation of psychic and sensitive children. According to Doreen, the first thing you notice about the crystal children are their eyes. It's as if they are staring right into your soul and are the new breed of lightworkers. These children are happy children, very forgiving and highly sensitive.

The child I saw last night most definitely is one of this new breed of children that are sent here to undo what our forefathers in the past have destroyed. And that is a good thing, but this child I had known for many years and it didn't occur to me until last night, that this is what he was.

His name is Clay and his younger brother's name is Bryce. His grandparents come into the restaurant every now and then and they used to bring Clay in, but had told me that he was "too hard to handle" and was spending his time in some kind of hospital. His own mother couldn't handle him because he was so "unruly."

I hadn't seen Clay in months, but I remembered him. He was the most delightful child you'd ever meet, always giving me a hug, very mannerly. It was hard to imagine him as the grandparents described him.

Last night, I saw Clay (and his younger brother) for the first time in like I said, months.

He was thinner, but there was that same look in his eyes, like he could read me.

I wouldn't have even thought about him today but it was what happened in that restaurant that really made my blood boil.

Impatient is the first word that comes to mind when referring to his grandparents and mother. The younger child was cowered down in the seat, afraid to speak with his mother sitting beside him, constantly getting on him to tell me what he wanted to eat and drink. I could tell the child was upset before he even came in. But, there was no crying...just this look...and then it dawned on me that he could be one of the Crystal children, too.

All I did was make contact with the child and sent a telepathic message to him that he was safe with me. He looked back, smiled and gave me his order.

Mission accomplished.

I talked to Clay next, asked him how he had been doing, telling him I had missed him. He answered back with this smile and this look that went right through to your heart.

This wasn't a kid that couldn't be controlled, this was a kid that was having trouble with an environment that was controlling him.

The grandparents and the mother were very strict and overpowering and it made me wonder that maybe all these kids that are being sent to hospitals or homes aren't the ones with the problem and that it is the fault of the very parents that send them away.

I would love to take these two boys and give them a taste of what it is like to be free - free to be themselves and not have to constantly be reprimanded for one thing or another. You see, they really weren't doing anything. They were both very mannerly yet the grandparents and the mother acted as if they were hellions, very exhausted at taking care of them.

Granted, they could be completely different at home, but I don't think so. I think what is going on in their minds is that they have these feelings and words to get out and they don't know how to do it without someone smacking them or yelling at them and they keep it all inside, bottled up and then they explode.

Interesting, crystal children, and I really believe these two boys are part of that new generation of lightworkers, if they would only be given the chance to express themselves without someone always putting them down.

They say love starts in the home. This should be the rule, but it's not the case all the time. There is more to love than taking care of someone...you need to let them be who they are and encourage them to be that person instead of stifling them. If they want to paint their bedroom orange, let them paint their bedroom orange.

I don't know what is going to happen to Clay and Bryce when they grow up but I have a feeling that they are going to put all their experiences in life so far to work and show people that even though life has its adversities, there are ways to conquer them, and I believe they are going to be the new lightworkers.

If you want to read more about these Crystal children, check out Doreen Virtue's book by going to this link and here's one more link that would be helpful.

Amazing, simply amazing.

They are here. Let them do what they are supposed to do and step back to see what wonderful things become of it.

Do you have a crystal child or know someone who does? I'd love to hear about it!

7 comments:

  1. We tried to be fair to our boys regarding their wants & desires as they were growing up. On things like hair, Annie always said their style choices were not illegal nor immoral and it would grow out. They have always been close to us & seem to like to spend time with us, even as adults. I think that is a real benefit to parenting in a manner that is good for the kids, too. It pays off in the long run.

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  2. I total agree with your statement here, "There is more to love than taking care of someone...you need to let them be who they are and encourage them to be that person instead of stifling them" - that is the main role of a parent or caretaker - enable the child to be who he's meant to be.

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  3. Great post, Dorothy. Anyone interested should check even further than the book you listed. I am one of the few adult Crystal Children--and my son is a Rainbow Child. Both have been verified twice on seperate occassions. The only Rainbow Children out there at the moment are those of adult Crystals. I believe we will be seeing more in the coming years as today's Crystal Children mature.
    Joyce

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  4. When my daughter was a baby, she stared at everyone and everything. She did not smile but watched everything. I thought she was going to be a very serious kid. People were always taken aback by her stare. Anyway, jump up 6 years and she is not serious in the least, however, people are drawn to her. Mothers want her to play with their kids because of the calming affect she has on them. The principal told me there is something about her that people want to bottle up and keep with them always. Now, of course, this isn't the child residing in MY home. But she exudes a confidence that blows me away. It also becomes a source of conflict ("Why can't I have a pony?").

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  5. Fantastic! I for one feel that the problem with the kids you mention are the parents. Kids will act up, that's their way of getting attention. The problem these days is that not enough parents really have time for their kids. Life gets in the way, then when they are old, they wonder why their kids are the way they are.

    Kids are a product of their environment. Our house is filled with humor. We have busy lives, but we interact often and laugh at our silliness.

    Ron

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  6. Thank you so much everyone for your comments. I just feel that people should look inside the child and step back to allow the child to look within you. If you put up barriers, all communication comes to a screeching halt. But, if you just stop for a moment and really pay close attention, I feel these crystal children in particular, but it's any child really, have very important things to say. I mean, really listen.

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  7. Wow!! What a post...I want to say ditto to it and all the comments too...always at a loss for words, I will simply say Wow!! I only wish certain parents and grandparents would read it!! And heed it!!!

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