Monday, August 13, 2007

The Children of Now

Dr. Meg Blackburn-Losey will be Yvonne Perry’s guest on Writers in the Sky Podcast August 17, 2007! She will be discussing her book The Children of Now.

Dr. Meg’s newest book leads readers beyond the already well-known Indigo Children and embarks on an analysis of Star Children, Crystalline Children and others. This is a very new phenomenon, as many of these children have only begun appearing the past decade. The Children of Now aren’t just gifted intellectually; they possess maturity beyond their years and an empathy that helps them recognize the problems in our world.

In “The Children of Now,” Dr. Meg argues that these children’s insight allows them to see the injustice in society and gives them the skill to begin changing it. In the introduction to her book, she writes, “The Children of Now are a bridge to higher consciousness and, yes, even the future of this planet.”

Dr. Meg asks her readers to look beyond the bounds of their familiar long-held beliefs. “We have been taught that we are comfortable when everyone fits into nice neat boxes and looks and acts like everyone else. Those times are over. The Children of Now are an exciting leap in human evolution.”

Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D., is also the author Pyramids of Light: Awakening to Multi-Dimensional Reality and The Online Messages. She has recently worked as a consultant to Good Morning America, and is the host of The Dr. Meg Show: Conscious Talk for Greater Reality. Dr. Meg is the developer of Movement to Spirit and the Seventh Sense Attunement healing technique. She resides in the mountains of Tennessee. Dr. Meg can be reached through her Website at For more information about Meg please visit her website.


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