When I was visiting my mother this year I read an article in a magazine that she had about indigo children and my whole world opened up. I have just looked at the list of characteristics and I think I have pretty much all of them!! I have always been very sensitive to people and situations but always tried to hide it. My mother was told by a psychic when I was very young that I was an indigo child and encouraged her to read about it, but she never had the chance or never thought it was important.
From the moment I found out about Indigo People I was fascinated and needed to know more. I wonder what it would have been like if my mother had nourished this fact instead of ignoring it when I was growing up. (I am now 24). I don’t think being an indigo person makes you any better or different from anyone else but knowing this fact has allowed me to understand many of the choices that I have intuitively made, especially those choices that have not fit in with the society I was brought up in.
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