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If you have had your own Indigo Realizations here are a few thoughts that might bring you joy:
Remember, everyone's experience of their identity is unique, and it's important to find the aspects that bring you joy and fulfillment. Identifying as an "indigo person" should provide you with a sense of purpose and understanding, embrace that, and use it to foster positivity in your life and the lives of those around you.
Within the fabric of the cosmic weave, Indigo souls, in life's grand tapestry believe. Born to illuminate, a sacred flame, In the universe’s harmonious name.
Our talents, a beacon of spectral light, Guiding us through the deepest night. Uniquely brilliant, like stars afar, We shine luminous, as we are.
A gift we bear, sensitivity profound, Echoing the universe's melodious sound. With empathy deep as the ocean's blues, We feel joy and pain in all life's hues.
We're not alone on this splendid ride, For indigo hearts beat unified. In our shared journey, we find connection, A celestial kinship, cosmic affection.
Champions of change, in the world we sow, Seeds of hope, watch as they grow. In each kind act, in each brave word, A brighter tomorrow is being heard. So remember, dear indigo, take delight,
In your purpose, your gift, your radiant light. For you are a star, born to refine, The beautiful mystery of the cosmic design.
My Indigo Realizations - by Christian (Springfield, MO)
Hi, I have recently discovered the being known as an Indigo person. I have done a little research on the topic and have found I fit all of the "characteristics of indigo people".
What I want to know is:
I'm quite confident in my Indigo realizations that I'm here to help and change this world for the better, and in the process making myself a better person. If anyone could answer my questions it would help me out a lot.
by Nintika (Surrey BC Canada)
Growing up, I had a very tough childhood, I was always treated very differently from friends, school, and within my own family...my own parents especially my mom up till now still does not understand me...
I can look at someone and know what their true nature is all about... If I'm around someone with a positive energy and good intentions, I can usually read their energy and tell them things or describe people to them that are close to them.
I have a sense of a close relationship with God... I feel like he can hear me and listen to me, he is the only one who actually understands me, the tough part is, he's not here for us to hug or hold when we're sad and we need someone as comforting and real as God, it's hard for us to find people that good hearted...
I have had out of body experiences, (O.B.E.) and just a few days ago, I had gone to visit the moon, which had another moon right beside the actual moon, and before I knew it, I was out in space starring at our planet earth as if I was not on earth at all... I woke up crying because I was so overwhelmed, but I knew this dream had some sort of spiritually positive meaning.
I cry a lot, my soul cries a lot, I don't know why, I am very frustrated with the world, government, and I'm sure you have heard of "Big Brother Watching you", the idea that a group of humans want to have some sort of control over the world is insane. This is God's world and we are all his children...we all deserve to live freely and all live great fortunate lives, but this gets taken away from us due to higher power in our social world.
Indigo children and adults who are told they are diagnosed with ADD or ADHD are being lied to. This is a way for the government to take our spiritual power away and no parents should give their child's divine rights away.
The GOVERNMENT IS SCARED, THE CORRUPTED PEOPLE IN HIGH POWER ARE VERY SCARED OF US. They know we are here by God 's will and to make a difference in the world, and as soon as they hear about an Indigo child, they classify us with disabilities only because they know what we are truly capable of.
I have a message for all Indigo children or adults who feel like they have no one who understands them, not even their friends or family... listen, I’m with you. All of us with these Indigo realizations may not be born in the same house, but we truly are the real brothers and sisters, and our father is our god. We just have to find each other and not lose hope...don't feel alone, it’s okay....just remember we are all here but apart from each other trying to make the world understand what Integrity is, the true meaning of religion, the universal and philosophical way of religion and life.
God bless and continue to find out more about spirituality, god, and everything related to these topics, it will only make me more confident, strong and a better friend of god than ever. What's more amazing than being his right hand man or woman? What more could we want from this world? So accept what god has given us, he's created us all differently and our job is to make our choices accordingly, some people don't make as good decisions as Indigos for example, so we have to be the ones to speak on God's behalf and have them change to what God wants them to be or has made them to be, and that is the best soul and the best person ever.
We all have it in us... I love you and your Indigo realizations ....and God bless to all of you :)
- by Shelly (Newberg, Oregon, USA)
My earliest Indigo realizations are of me feeling I was an old soul and that I had only come into this incarnation for a very specific and important reason. I was wise beyond my years and had psychic abilities. This made many people uncomfortable around me. I grew up not having many friends which really didn’t bother me since I had tons of spirit friends who I communicated with regularly at my grandparents’ house. Of course my grandparents still shock it off as me having an over active imagination. It was hard living in a predominantly Christian town, a small one at that. I always have felt like an outsider, like an alien.
I had a lot of strange experiences growing up but for some reason I don’t experience them so much now. There were many times I'd wake up and fall down on my bed (I'd be floating), or I'd move something telekinetically (make pictures fall, shatter glasses, roll my pencil, etc) I realized early on that I could read into people. I could read their thoughts. I saw their inner motivations, easily knowing if they were lying, or what their fears were etc.
I have always had pagan beliefs even though I knew no pagans personally. I hadn’t heard anything about being Pagan beyond the general slander the church gives. In fact I was raised and baptized Catholic. Yet I always knew I didn’t belong and questioned this faith to the point that I got kicked out of Sunday school. This feeling of separateness and that things weren’t quite the way today's society wants us to believe drove me into a life long search into the unexplained, ghost, angels, religions, mythology, archaeology, reincarnation, who I am and why I am here.
My sophomore year of high school became a turning point for me. I was sitting in my world history class watching this old black and white film of pre world-war-two Germany. This moment changed my life forever. I started crying, and making comments like where is this building, that church wasn’t there, oh God look what happened to so-and-so's house. The whole class thought I had lost my mind. But my teacher actually looked into what I had said. While he was doing this, I started having recurring dreams which I quickly realized was a past life. My teacher came back to me a few months later and told me that some of what I said he could find and that there was a slim chance that I could’ve known about it before. He couldn’t explain it but supported my belief.
In my junior year I got into self hypnosis, angels, ghosts, reincarnation, and this is when I got tarot cards; something connected and I knew I was on the right path. When I was nineteen, I decided after watching the craft that I was destined to be a witch. I picked up a couple of DJ Conway books and the rest is history.
I've had a few other experiences since childhood. But most puzzle me or are deeply personal so I don’t wish to share them here. For so long I felt like I had something to prove or that I needed to find a teacher and get initiated. Right now I’m pretty happy doing it alone and take my curiosity where it leads me. It’s been a fun and interesting journey of indigo realizations.
Until recently have I realized that I’m not alone and there are many indigo people like myself out there; which is a comforting thought.