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New Spirit Science every Monday!!

This week we talk about two parts of an incredible whole, Male and Female. No, not gender, but energy. There are 3 parts to this one, First, Energy. Then we look at Brain Hemispheres, and then the Indigo Children and Super Psychics (Because i promised we'd talk about that after lesson 2).

This spirit science will be the last introductory Spirit Science. Thoughts, Chakras, channeling and Male/Female were important starter topics that i wanted to cover off the bat. Especially Male/Female, you don't even realize yet just how important this one will be ;)

Enjoy! See you next time!
Jordan

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pikachuguy19pikachuguy19

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome!

it really grabed my attention and is very interesting. i hope he knows what he is talking about, but a very great video indeed!



robotking98robotking98

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting

I've never heard about these "Indigo Children" but I seem to fit into quite a bit of the categories that classify someone as being one of them, specifically points 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10.

I actually found this quite interesting because although I do fit into several of these characteristics, I also contradict with parts of the ones I'm in, specifically the one regarding having trouble learning in a typical left-brained school system, possibly being one of these people myself, I actually find that I work incredibly well in the school system.

As for the whole male and female energy thing, I actually find this to be rather incorrect, at least in the area I live in, where I live, the majority of the population actually seems to fall under female energy dominant (Right-brained I believe?), as most of the students I share classes with are rather free-spirited people who don't really have any solid way of going about anything, and, although I certainly have a creative side in me (I'm an amateur writer of fiction stories, which I mostly keep to myself and write in my free time when I have nothing else to do) I'm also considered to be cold and calculating, as if I were left-brain dominant like a male, and this has often had the result of people coming to me when they don't know how to do something, particularly related to mathematics, which I seem to be rather good at, while most of the people around me are rather clueless as to how to do some of even the most basic equations, possibly because they are right-brained and don't understand how to go through the process of solving the equation in the correct order, as this requires simply going from point A to point B as you described.

All in all, I found this rather enlightening on a subject I'd never heard of and the whole thing really amazes me, especially the regions where these special children seem to be developing the most, and although I think some of the information might be just a bit off, due to my own personal beliefs, the entire lecture was overall astounding and really piqued my interest.



sasori-kunsasori-kun

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Indigo Children

I've known a bit about who and how the Indigo children are. But I never realized that they see, feel and look at things differently.

Being right brain dominant (I am female), has helped me in many ways.

I am an Indigo Child (That entire list fits me). I have always been sort of different from my family.

Learning this has really opened my eyes.

Thank you. :3



uberfunnyjunkeruberfunnyjunker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOAH

When you said the discriptions of indigo children all those discriptions fit ME! Does this mean im an indigo kid? (ps. im 10.... really) and yeah i know how to use a computer pretty well



EngineerJakitEngineerJakit

Rated 5 / 5 stars

After seeing the Indigo Children qualities...

I do know myself well enough to realize that I might be one of them. Interesting!