The Indigo ChildrenAn Indigo CelebrationThis website is meant to complement the books The Indigo Children, An Indigo Celebration, and The Indigo Children Ten Years Later, all published by Hay House. If you landed on this page without knowledge of these books, you can quickly see a synopsis, table of contents, reviews, and even read an excerpt from book 1 (or purchse it) by clicking here . The same is true of Indigo Book Two by clicking here.

LAST INDIGO BOOK: The Indigo Children Ten Years Later


This site is meant to compliment the three Indigo Children books written by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober in 1999. At that time, the subject of "Indigos" hadn't been published world wide, and this information - originally from Nancy Tappe - was ready to be given to the earth. By 2014, half a million of these books were in circulation. The last book (above) was published in 2009

  • AUTHORS BOOK 1 - Information to contact the Contributing authors
    of the first Indigo book (as of 2008)

  • BOOK 1 LINKS - Links to helpful websites that are listed in book 1
    (updated as of 2008)

  • INDIGO BOOK 2 - is a page dedicated to the second Indigo book, "An Indigo Celebration."

  • AUTHORS BOOK 3 -Information to contact the Contributing authors
    of the third Indigo book, and their websites (as of 2008).

  • RECOMMENDED BOOKS - Click this link for books specific to Indigos, that are NOT mentioned in "The Indigo Children" or "An Indigo Celebration" books. (updated 2008)

Portions of this site
last updated March 2009



What is an indigo Child?

As a summary, here are the ten attributes that best describe this new kind of child, the Indigo Child
  • They come into the world with a feeling of royalty (and often act like it)
  • They have a feeling of "deserving to be here," and are surprised when others don't share that.
  • Self-worth is not a big issue. They often tell the parents "who they are."
  • They have difficulty with absolute authority (authority without explanation or choice).
  • They simply will not do certain things; for example, waiting in line is difficult for them.
  • They get frustrated with systems that are ritually oriented and don't require creative thought.
  • They often see better ways of doing things, both at home and in school, which makes them seem like "system busters" (nonconforming to any system).
  • They seem antisocial unless they are with their own kind. If there are no others of like consciousness around them, they often turn inward, feeling like no other human understands them. School is often extremely difficult for them socially.
  • They will not respond to "guilt" discipline ("Wait till your father gets home and finds out what you did").
  • They are not shy in letting you know what they need.

    and... just in case you heard otherwise from other "indigo" sources, the designated word "Indigo" has nothing to do with the color of an aura! It is the result of scientific observations by a woman who has the brain disorder called synesthesia.


You can read more fully the description of these children in a summary
published on the Internet at [click here].

If you have questions regarding any of the information presented in the Indigo books,
we encourage you to contact the appropriate contributing author

For other Hay House books, please visit the Hay House web site.