Adult Indigo Merging into Crystalization

by Mary
(Bristol, VA)

I am a 25 year old woman (I still feel like a little girl) living in a small southern town in the United States. I struggled growing up in the school systems here in the states.

I never felt like I fit in yet I couldn't have been a happier child. Before I was put on medication it was as if I always knew I had something special and never felt ashamed for my differences.

After a while the material world gets to you and now I struggle to gain the wisdom I once had as a child. I now work in the school system as a teacher's aide. I feel as if the children are suffering all the more. It pains me to see them being medicated as early as 4 years of age. I can sense that many of them have indigo/crystal tendencies about them. This definitely makes me feel less alone, and yet sad because these children are being raped of their gifts before they even have a chance to enjoy them. I am only an aide at this point and of course I have to do things the way the teacher wants, but I am pushing hard to finish my education in order to become a strong leader for these children.

I sense much weakness and fear in the older generation of teachers, these gifted children are being cast aside, medicated, and forgotten about. It is as if nobody wants to take the time to understand the world from their point of view. If given half a chance these kids could very well lead us into heaven on earth.

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