posted on Mar, 30 2005 @ 01:08 PM
I am going to truly be somewhere in between on what Shadow told you. Listen to him, he is a very wise person. Yet, listen to this too. I am not
disagreeing with Shadow, though I don't completely agree either. That is what makes life interesting.
Do label yourself. You can't escape labels. If you don't label yourself how you want to, then someone else will do it for you, and so many
already have. However, don't become the label.
A label is two dimensional and you are multidimensional. People, who become their label, flatten themselves. Example, you can label yourself as a
patriot, but does not mean you should support your countries actions.
This is the delusion that many Americans share. To be a true patriot - a true American - you must support the people/leaders/army. They become their
labels. Their thinking is along these lines "I am American, therefore I should defend it"
Yet, a real patriot would be thinking along these lines "I am American, therefore I should support what is right for America" What is right for
America? Surely trillions of debt isn't. Surely, thousands of Americans dying for oil and power isn't. Surely children getting shot isn't. Surely
losing your rights isn't.
So not becoming a label really means not to give up your individuality and your freedom to think independently. Look at me, I am an Indigo, yet I am
not supporting Wendy Chapman who says her mission is to help Indigos and unite them from the world over.
Racist people are the most two dimensional people. They label people in terms of their race. That is how they identify you. Their identity is a group
and they will do anything for that group. This is going into the psyche of the "terrorist"
So why do even need labels anyway? Because without one you have no identity. We need to know who and what we are, because without knowing, we will be
incomplete and experience dissonance. I can say that I am god, because I believe that, but I don't know that.
Let's do a quick test for whether I am god?
Am I all loving? No
Am I peace? No
Am I absolute? No
I am omnipotent? No
Am I all knowing? No
Am I all powerful? No
So, saying I am god, means nothing to me as the person. Therefore I am a soul. As a soul I am separate from god. As a soul I am separate from other
souls. As soul I am relative to everything else. Therefore I need to know where I stand. This is why we need to know we are Indigos.
However Liquid, why do I get the impression, that you're looking for a label simply to cover something rather than fill something. I felt this after
reading your posts. I saw it if you were crying out loud for attention I get the feel that you are trying very hard to just fit in and be accepted.
You are measuring yourself according to the views of others. This is why you are confused. There is a lot of insecurity I am feeling from you. That
is not an Indigo trait.
I am not about to tell you whether you are an Indigo or not. As I said that is only for you to know. However, you don't know, you're confused.
Here is a quick check on how much you depend on labels: If you take the label away from you, will you be the same person? As I said for real Indigos
it's not the label that makes them - it's them themselves. The label is just something we use to declare ourselves to others.
You asked me in a U2U on whether the Indigo was just a concept or a real phenomena - it is a real phenomena. Indigos really do exist. They are the
next stage in human evolution and will transform the mass consciousness on this Earth. They have been here before too, but now they are increasing as
the current dark ages are about to end, and will help lead humanity into the light so to speak
[edit on 30-3-2005 by Indigo_Child]