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April 9, 2005
Issue: #308

Broken Angels ~ Broken Indigos . . .
. . . plus
Secret Mission to Earth



"Children will not remember you for the material things you provided
but for the feeling that you cherished them."
--- Richard L. Evans (author & voice of "Music and Spoken Word",
world's longest-running radio network broadcast)

"Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his whims; to love him
is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is
difficult."
--- Nadia Boulanger (celebrated French conductor, teacher of musical
composition, 1887-1979)

* Skip to Secret Mission to Earth

Angels in Broken Bodies

With increasing emphasis and attention placed on the New Children
being born in the last couple of decades - like the Indigo Children,
Psychic Children, Dolphin Children, Star Kids and so forth - it seems
surprising that there is a huge population of very special and unique
children that have been largely over-looked by the
spiritual/metaphysical/new age community.

These are the angels in broken bodies ... also known as Broken
Indigos. They either arrive in this world already "broken" or they
become "broken" through exposure to harmful substances and/or exposure
to rough and insensitive handling.

Using the term "broken" seems appropriate to describe these unique
and
advanced children: for although it may imply imperfection with downbeat
undertones, it nevertheless tells of the condition succinctly in two
words: "Broken Indigos" ... "Broken Angels". One immediately gets the
poin t upon hearing it.

Broken Indigos have been over-looked largely because they are unique
in a different way. Their special talents are hidden for the most part
and have not yet surfaced to impress us with astounding psychic
abilities, articulate wisdom-beyond-their-age, astute observations,
superior cognitive skills, prodigy-like abilities and so on.

Neither have the Broken Indigos captivated the attention of the
spiritual/metaphysical/new age community because - for the most part -
they present a far greater challenge. Since the dramatic, rapid rise in
numbers of Broken Indigos, many of our long-standing institutions will
be forced to change in order to effectively deal with this new
epidemic:

- improvements within our educational systems will be initiated;
- the pharmaceutical industry will be mightily confronted - maybe
even sued for billions at some point;
&nb sp; - conventional medical practices and policies on disease
treatment
will come under greater scrutiny;
- commercial farming methods and food processing will be reformed;
- news trends will urge upgrades in family lifestyle, eating
habits, health and nutrition;
- it will no longer be considered quirky, faddish and fanatical to
eat wholesome, healthy, organic foods

The Ugly Duckling

Remember the important moral of the popular fairy tale, The Ugly
Duckling?

Broken Indigos don't usually come in pretty "wrappings" and their
special talents are obscured. Their appearance and behavior often
perplexes and greatly frustrates - even annoys - those who are
impatient or repulsed by "imperfections" or "abnormalities" of the
human race.

Broken Indigos may seem abnormal at first. However, their highly
evolved natures makes them ultra sensitive and most of them suffer
sensory overload. Their ultra sensitivities often cause adverse
reactions to certain substances - ingredients in foods (additives,
chemicals, artificial products, etc), energy vibrations, sounds,
thoughts and ill-behavior in our world - often making it difficult for
them to be fully inside their bodies.

Imagine a time when you may have been surrounded by a large crowd of
noisy people or a deafening rock concert or a nearby noisy construction
zone. Remember how disturbed you may have felt at first with all the
noise, frenzy, clammer, chaos and confusion and due to the irritation
you felt how you may have hurried to leave the area as quickly as
possible?

For many autistic children, the normal sounds, normal conversations
and other normal activities can seem just as noisy, loud, confusing and
chaotic as the above scenario. Heap an additional mega sensitivity to
the thoughts and emotional states of those around him or her and you
have one traumatized child who has no way to feel safe and loved in
overly loud, chaotic and brutal world.

Consequently, the relief they seek may only be found by retreating
deep within themselves and avoiding relating to the world around them.

There are Broken Indigos who come with special gifts of superior
intelligence and/or athletic abilities; some may have higher psychic,
intuitive, healing, telepathic or manifesting skills; others may have
an unusual knack for art, music, writing, singing, dancing or other
creative expression. Still others among their numbers may have an
enormous capacity for extraordinary compassion, wisdom and
understanding.

We may not be able to notice the gifts these children hold because we
may not be able to recognize it if these abilities look very different
from what we are familiar wi th.

And yet, these wonderful attributes exist nonetheless, and are often
hidden beneath a heavy dark cloud of abnormal development that is the
direct result of the ills of society and unhealthy lifestyle choices of
families.

The unique gifts and abilities of Broken Indigos lay dormant within
and become quashed beneath the colossal weight of physical, mental and
emotional disorders that are not their fault. This is not speculation,
since increasing research is proving my point.

Sadly, for the vast majority of Broken Indigos, we won't see what
their special gifts are - nor recognize what they are capable of
accomplishing - unless we as a society take action to shift our choices
in thinking and behavior - away from beliefs and behavior that
inadvertently creates and perpetrates the causes of these disorders in
our children - toward awareness and behavior that serves to correct
these issues .

Autism - the new epidemic

Once a rare neurological disorder appearing in as few as 1 in 10,000
births, autism is now the number one disability entering the country's
developmental services system. In fact, autism is now more prevalent
than childhood cancer, diabetes and Down's syndrome. In certain areas
of the USA, Autism is now reported to affect one in every 166 children!
These are clinical facts, not guesses nor speculation. It is the new
epidemic in this country that is also beginning to erupt in other parts
of the world.

Because of its rarity, Autism was greatly misunderstood and poorly
handled by the medical field only a few decades ago. The standard
treatment for this condition was almost always a grim prognosis along
with use of drugs - which never improved the condition and often made
it worse through drug side effects.

The belief at that time - which continues to this day even among
medical and mental health professionals - is that there is no method
that improves or cures autism. Thankfully - because of continuing
studies in the field of brain-research, dietary relationship to mental
and physical disease, and advances in therapeutic modalities - this is
no longer true.

Its interesting that many folks had their first exposure to the
condition of autism through the movie "Rain Main" which is based on a
true story. Dustin Hoffman plays the role of an autistic savant who -
even though he cannot take care of himself and lives in a special home
for the mentally challenged - has a remarkable ability to memorize
names and numbers and can solve complex math problems instantly in his
head.

The movie unfolds into a warm and rather humorous odyssey as his
brother - played by Tom Cruise - takes him to a Las Vegas casino where
the gifts of autistic savant skills pays off very well.

Another well-known autistic savant is Albert Einstein. Believe it or
not, Einstein did poorly in school and was thought to be retarded in
his early childhood. He had great difficulty performing certain motor
skills - like tying his shoes. He even had difficulty taking care of
himself as an adult (remember that famous wild, uncombed hair?) and
never learned to drive a car. He had poor social skills.

Thankfully, he was married to a devoted, caring wife who understood
him and made sure he had clothes on before he left the house!

An autistic brain has a cerebrum (abstract and creative thought,
reason) larger than normal, and a cerebellum (motor coordination,
balance) smaller than normal. An autopsy of Einstein's brain showed
that the cerebrum was indeed larger than normal (like an autistic
brain). Unfortunately, they did not reveal the size of his cerebellum.
Einstein was also a visual t hinker - like those with autism.

He was a strong advocate for vegetarianism, which may have been one
of
the healthy lifestyle choices that contributed to improving his
autistic symptoms to the point of enabling him to function well enough
in spite of his "handicap".

Bill Gates - multi-billionaire creator of Microsoft - is also
diagnosed with autism (the Aspergers variety). That is why its been
said that you will rarely - if ever - see Bill Gates in an interview.
Along with poor social skills and extreme shyness, he also exhibits
other autistic characteristics. Yet, obviously, this man is brilliant
in his field.

Now ... this does not mean that all autistic children have the
potential to be famous or brilliantly inventive. Its only fair to these
kids to appreciate them at whatever level of functioning they are able
to achieve. I mention well-known autistic people to demonstrate that in
sp ite of their struggles with a "disability" they made great
contributions to society precisely because they were very different ...
even to the point of being described by others as being retarded or
broken.

To think differently than the rest is what initially set well-known
autistic people apart from "normal" society. Even so, their difference
brought long-lasting advancement and positive change to the lives they
touched.

Currently Known causes of Autism

Autism is a condition that impairs healthy functioning of specific
areas of the brain which - besides affecting cognitive skills - can
also affect certain bodily functions: like muscle coordination, speech,
and eye-sight. Symptoms can range from mild (called high functioning
autism) to severe enough to include epileptic seizures.

Currently, one or more of the following are known factors that
contribute to autism and predisposes a developing fetus or growing
infant to this condition:

- weakened genetics (due to poor nutrition/chemicals/drugs) -
weaknesses are passed onto the children;
- mandatory childhood vaccines - specific viruses and mercury used
in vaccines;
- candida albicans/fungus overgrowth - damage to
organs/interference with proper brain function;
- dysfunctional family behavior - lack of essential warmth,
sensitivity and loving spiritual foundation;
- unwholesome diet - eating habits and food choices that lack
crucial nutrients and life-force energy;

Personal Observation - the deeper soul issues

As a part time aide/assistant with over six years experience with
children with developmental and behavioral disorders, I became
intrigued with the condition of autism when most of my assignments
included children with this disorder. Passiona tely motivated to do a
colossal amount of autism research, I have become quite knowledgeable
about the topic through my studies and through direct, "hands on"
experience with autistic children.

Currently, I am also being trained by the only Applied Behavioral
Analyst in the entire state of Arizona. She offers the only proven
therapeutic program which can greatly improve - even cure in some
instances - the condition of autism.

The first and only pilot program for the Arizona State educational
system is being launched right here in Sedona where I live. How's that
for synchronicity ... that I ended up moving here at the perfect time
for this to occur!

In getting on with the topic of Broken Indigos ....

These unique children do not use their brains like "normal" children
and process information differently. They are often poles apart in
their interpretation of the world and life s ituations. They are
usually
visual thinkers.

Many parents - as well as teachers, doctors and therapists - may
think
of these kids as strange or even retarded since Broken Indigos don't
develop "normally" like other kids. Gargantuan efforts are often
applied to force these kids to conform and become like other children
their age, instead of drawing out their unique styles and natural
inclinations. However, doing so often proves both frustrating for
parents and teachers, as well as the child.

Along with that, when their highly sensitive natures are assaulted
with harmful substances - like certain types of vaccines, an unhealthy
and unwholesome diet, pharmaceutical drugs/medications, unloving home
environment, etc - they will withdraw into themselves until they all
but disappear- or they will lash out in fury and aggression in the
attempt to gain some kind of control over their confusing and painful
world.

If you've ever spent time in the presence of an autistic child, some
of the most common traits you will likely see are that they often avoid
eye contact or appear to be in a trance; they can become fixated on
certain objects, or obsessed with repeated motions; there is often
hand-flapping, rocking, walking on tiptoes, repeatedly snapping
fingers, staring at lights or other objects along with a myriad of
other stemming habits; they may not play with other children and prefer
to be with adults; they often play with unusual items instead of
regular toys like other children.

They are often fascinated with things that spin: like windmills,
motor
parts, etc. One boy under my care was fascinated with fans of all
sizes. He preferred to play with fans and feel the wind they produced
instead of playing with toy cars, games or building blocks.

Autistic children - usually the Asperger's variety - often have a
prodigy-style knack for understanding math and using computers. Another
boy under my care - only eight years of age - had extremely difficult
aggressive behavior and - sadly - was on medication to control his
hostile outbursts. Yet, put him in front of a computer and the kid
transformed. He was suddenly an amazingly knowledgeable computer
operator who could explain its inner and outer workings with the
articulate precision of a skillful adult.

Other autistic children - sometimes labeled with William's Syndrome -
have natural inclinations toward the arts: like music, painting,
singing, dancing or other creative skills.

Still others - like those with Angelman Syndrome - may be gifted
healers, empaths, comedians, or telepaths. These are probably the least
recognizable in our society. Another boy under my care was one of the
funniest, friendliest and most empathic kids I have ever encount ered.
Not able to care for himself, unable to speak and seeming to be in a
trance-like state most of the time, he would suddenly come alive with
an observable compassion in his face and eyes whenever another was
exhibiting sadness or pain. In those moments, he became fully present
and aware, eyes riveted on the sufferer. He would often reach out to
touch the hurting one on the shoulder or arm in a reassuring manner. It
was, indeed, healing to be in this kids presence on such occasions. At
other times, he would suddenly become the slap-stick clown and make
everyone laugh. Afterward, he would retreat into his own little world
again.

All in all, autistic children seem to have an uncanny knack for
achieving unusual focus. Unlike children their own age who are often
quite scattered and uncontrolled when it comes to attention and focus,
autistic children are quite intense when they are focused on something
in wh ich they place their attention. They can also be uncannily
perceptive at assessing other people and will react accordingly.

Without proper training in understanding and handling children with
autism, parents often mistakenly succumb to the manipulative and
controlling conduct of their unique child - a behavior which is a
common characteristic of these children who fall into negative habit
patterns of relating only because their special gifts of sensitivity,
exceptional intelligence and intense focus become channeled into bad
habits without educated and wise guidance.

There is much more to the story of autism - as well as other
developmental disorders - and this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Because of the tremendous impact these children will have on our world,
society will be forced to awaken from the fog of ignorance and lies.

The healing of our world and the resurrection of our deepest spiritual
natures are showing up in forms and situations that we would not at
first recognize. In truth, crisis represents the opportunity for growth
and change. Broken Indigos - the angels in broken bodies - may
represent an unprecedented crisis; nevertheless, the positive growth
and change initiated by their presence is helping to shape a much
healthier and happier world to come.

To learn more about Autism and options in treatment visit

AUTISM NETWORK RESOURCES

Click here: http://home.san.rr.com/autismnet/treatment.html

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