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September 25, 2016 Comments Off on Lee Carroll

Starting with the Family, which today is based on the imposition of rules, no time commitment, not authenticity, without explanation, without information, without choice or negotiation. These children just do not respond to these rigid structures, because for them it is essential to have choices, real relationships and much negotiation. They refuse to be deceived because they have an "intuition" to perceive the true intentions and have no fear. So bully does not work, because they always find a way to get the truth. They perceive the true intentions and weaknesses of adults. The second institution vulnerable to the action of the School ndigos.

Today the teaching model is always imposed, without much interaction, without hearing and without the participation of students. This model is simply incompatible with ndigos, thus being the greatest conflict, many times higher than it is with the family, mainly because of lack of bonding and love. As ndigos have a different mindset, resolve known problems in a different way, beyond finding ways of reasoning that shake the current educational model. Children's theme is fascinating and ndigo relatively new field of research. Present here a summary of the book The Indigo Children (Children ndigo), written by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober, which was first published in May 1999 and which was translated into Spanish. What is a Child ndigo? An Indigo child is one that shows a new and unusual set of psychological attributes with a pattern of behavior is not documented yet. This pattern has common unique factors that suggest to those who interact with children (parents in particular) that they must change their treatment and to raise them in order to achieve an appropriate balance.

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