The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing for Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls by Yol Swan was published in 2015. At 443 pages, it is a long read but well worth it. The Indigo Journals is Yol Swan’s second book and she has numerous others in progress. The Indigo Journals is a must read for all.
The first part of The Indigo Journals by Yol Swan is written in an autobiography/memoir style and discusses Yol Swan’s own experiences as a feminine/Indigo soul. She discusses what her life was like growing up, the challenges she faced, and how she learned to use the fact she is a feminine soul/indigo to her advantage. The stories she shares are very interesting and I feel that many could probably relate to them. This section is less about what it means to be a feminine/indigo soul or how to tell if you might be one and more about an individual’s experiences. When you are done reading it, you will feel like you know Yol Swan.
The second part of The Indigo Journals: Spiritual healing for Indigo adults & Other Feminine Souls by Yol Swan is less personal and more scientific. This is where it is discussed in-depth what it means be a feminine/indigo soul and identifying traits of one. It also has writing exercises, meditations, and other activities you can do to start processing things such as past lives. This section also discusses how to recognize past live wounds, why healing is important for all, how to find your purpose for being alive, on this planet, at this specific time, different techniques for managing your energy and differentiating between your sense of otherness (people in the world other than you, energy that is not yours) and your own true self, and how to reclaim and use your power. Although this section was slightly too scientific and technical for my tastes, Yol Swan does a good job explaining the important concepts and using non-technical terms. I think I would have liked it better though if she had written the two sections of the book more connected to each other rather than like two separate books in the same binding.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I am eager to share it with others who I think could benefit from it.