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Indigo Children By Ines Mi
An Indigo child is a trailblazer. They are here to set the path for the new world, and they have a mission to break down old barriers and patterns in the world. Indigos are children that are here on earth with a spiritual purpose, and it is not always easy on them or their families.
Indigo's have been coming into the world for some time, but only recently have we had an influx of this very rare energy. Indigo scouts started arriving in the 1950’s and it was very difficult for these children to find a footing in a world unaccustomed to such a child. A huge wave of Indigos came through in the 70’s, 80's and 90's.
These children have an insatiable appetite for learning, but not so much in the academic world, as in the world in general. They want to know what makes things tick, including individuals. Many of these children do not have issues with self worth, as they know who they are. They do have difficulty with authority when there is no explanation or choice when told to listen to their elders. They know that the world is not where it should be and if people have been here for years, they seldom turn to them for advice. They would rather find out for themselves what works and what does not.
Indigo children and adults alike become frustrated with anything relating to ritualistic systems such as politics and religion. They find these subjects interesting but they do not adhere to old patterns and would rather find new solutions to old problems. They do not believe in status quo. They are nonconformists with a flair toward creativity that startles, and rocks the boat of the old systems now in place. Schools have not allowed children to think outside the box and Indigo children do nothing but look outside the obvious. These children are very unique in so many aspects. When many of us are looking to fit in with one group or another, you will find the Indigo children isolating themselves unless they find a kindred spirit. They speak from their heart and seldom are shy when letting you know their needs. One of the most problematic and irritating characteristics to many parents and teachers is that the Indigo child will not respond to guilt as a disciplinary tool. No one can make them feel anything, much less use guilt to win a battle to make this child conform.
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