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kill the whole indigo thing. It's a trap......

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posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 09:00 AM
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lmao at indigos... I always laugh at people claiming they are one (and I've never met one in "real life" these wackos are ALWAYS online lol). These are the people that think they are special because they have ADHD or something right? lol I had add and I can safely say I'm no star child or anything.

No offense to anyone but I think people who believes they are "indigos" are most likely people who are bored with life. Probably got "mad fun of" in high school and stuff, proabably are single and don't have any prospects for a significant other...

I think all these indigo people are basically just lonely, lonely, people and need to use this indigo think to one up themselves and feel like they are better and more "special" then everyone else...

Look I can feel peoples feelings when they come in a room too, I'm REALLY good at reading people and telling what kind of mood or emotional state they are in. When my friends are in bad moods I tend to be in bad moods... etc... These are all things indigos point out as proof that they are indigos... well I have all these things too and I'm not a freaking indigo!!!

Pretty much ANY living, breathing human notices and has these things happen to them.

[edit on 28-6-2009 by The7thSeer]




posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 12:19 PM
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I'd have to worry about anyone who purposely puts such labels on themselves and using labels as a way of identifying themselves.

I've never had an "indigo" impress me at all. Quite the contrary. All I've seen is them claim superiority as a way of making themselves into some kind of authority and then they get upset when someone doesn't just accept what they.

It would be nice to have more enlightened people in the world, but the entire concept of indigo's seems to be contradictory to that.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 01:44 PM
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Originally posted by autowrench
Does the Op have an axe to grind with the Indigos? You know the term comes from the Aura these kids project. They are highly intelligent, and have no respect for authority figures, not even parents. They seem to know a lot more that they have learned or studied, and speak often of talking with other kids that the parents cannot see. I consider myself one, as are my two children. We have nothing against anyone else, and love everyone on the planet. We are trying to wake up the people to things they do not know. We are not a cult, nor a religious movement, and we have no agenda. We only wish peace on Earth and an end to war...we wish everyone to have enough to eat and drink, and for all children to have proper medical care. We are creating a new world with our thoughts, as everyone should be doing. You can put us down as a passing fantasy, that is your right, but we all send love to every being.


There is no such thing as Indigos. Its utterly pathetic delusions from very lonely and alienated people.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by autowrench
Does the Op have an axe to grind with the Indigos? You know the term comes from the Aura these kids project. They are highly intelligent, and have no respect for authority figures, not even parents. They seem to know a lot more that they have learned or studied, and speak often of talking with other kids that the parents cannot see. I consider myself one, as are my two children. We have nothing against anyone else, and love everyone on the planet. We are trying to wake up the people to things they do not know. We are not a cult, nor a religious movement, and we have no agenda. We only wish peace on Earth and an end to war...we wish everyone to have enough to eat and drink, and for all children to have proper medical care. We are creating a new world with our thoughts, as everyone should be doing. You can put us down as a passing fantasy, that is your right, but we all send love to every being.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 05:20 PM
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LMAO! At least some people get the idea. All my threads about how the indigo children are just a passing fad are finally catching on! YAY ME! Now worship me cause I said to!



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:32 PM
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The concept of a higher self also separates, divide and conquer. Basically accepting this concept cuts the self in 2: a lower and a higher. The lower can never become the higher, the lower can never live up to become the higher. The more one fantasizes about the higher, the worse one will feel because they are so different. One self cannot be at 2 places at the same time.

To an accomplished or experienced occult practicioner the "lower self" can easily be manipulated by addressing the higher self or even worse, any entity who can act could pose as the higher self and so influence the lower self to a point where the lower self doesn't know what is coming from within or from without.

It's a learning path as any spiritual doctrine but not an easy one, there are much more pleasurable ways of growing spiritually.


[edit on 9-7-2009 by Dragonfly79]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:38 PM
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Originally posted by RamsesthedamnedThere is no such thing as Indigos. Its utterly pathetic delusions from very lonely and alienated people.


True but it's only a reaction to this world. Everybody adopts and hides their true self behind some imaginary persona, be it "indigo", "born again christian", "soldier", "porn star", it's like a theatre, some persona's are just more successful than others (particularly those who have guns or are simply large in numbers).

[edit on 9-7-2009 by Dragonfly79]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 07:19 PM
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Who knows about Indigos and what are they, they sound intersting. What makes an indigo?
Haters are usually responding out of jealosy or fear.

Love is universal, could somebody be an indigo and still know right and wrong without it being egotistical, and it coming from a good place?



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by 2shores
Who knows about Indigos and what are they, they sound intersting. What makes an indigo?
Haters are usually responding out of jealosy or fear.

Love is universal, could somebody be an indigo and still know right and wrong without it being egotistical, and it coming from a good place?


Love is far from universal. The only thing every living thing shares in common is death.

And why would I be jealous or fearful of a kid with some behavioural issues?

Everyone is egotistical in their own way.

There are no good places.



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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Hmm that seems rather bitter, I'm sure if light and love were to come your way you might dodge out of the way, for fear of feeling nice...



posted on Jul, 22 2009 @ 07:17 PM
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This is the most rational and best thread ever started on the subject of Indigos. The phony aliens who are indeed lonely.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:18 AM
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I started to do more research on Indigos. It makes perfect sense now. I have lived a charmed life, full of friends and awesome experiences, I even appeared on a vh1 christmas special with Larry the Cable guy.

I may be poor in wealth but rich with experiences.

So seriously, I'm sure I'm an Indigo and I will defend the right to be one. I will not think anyone else is lesser than me, because frankly I never have. The true meaning of indigo is to be that special gift to the world and pass on good vibes and good times, and help those in need.

Why do others need to tear down, what is a good thing? Not every Indigo is the same in how they cope with the inability to relate to the old guard.

To Everyone who hates an indigo, well here is an Indigo that never met you and loves you because it's right and good to do so. It is a blessing to be alive!


[edit on 23-7-2009 by 2shores]



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 03:10 PM
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Listen i don't know about this whole Indigo thing, in fact i don't know about alot of things. Why name yourself if your so important? I mean be like the river and go with the flow, i'm sure credit will be given where credit is due. The only reason i found out about this whole Indigo thing is because hell i feel like an outcast sometimes too but i'm all better now! Yay ME!!! But seriously why can't a human just be a human without all these labels? I mean i would just like to be me...not someone considered lower or less intelligent then someones who calls themself Indigo.



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 03:56 PM
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Originally posted by LGshine7007
Listen i don't know about this whole Indigo thing, in fact i don't know about alot of things. Why name yourself if your so important? I mean be like the river and go with the flow, i'm sure credit will be given where credit is due. The only reason i found out about this whole Indigo thing is because hell i feel like an outcast sometimes too but i'm all better now! Yay ME!!! But seriously why can't a human just be a human without all these labels? I mean i would just like to be me...not someone considered lower or less intelligent then someones who calls themself Indigo.


Its not really a label.

Its an aura energy color.



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 04:04 PM
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Hey friend I hope you're right about the next generation. I agree with your conclusion....and also started a thread about this som time back but like most of my threads it died out ....oh well I can but try


Just adding that your conclusion is a little harsh in the subject though...I don't agree to kill anything...not even ideas or meaningless lables. I much prefer to help someone evolve their ideas or biliefs as supposed to killing them. Or even better have someone else help me evolve my ideas and beliefs. Trap or no trap...


Love and light.

S&F


[edit on 4/4/2010 by IAmD1]

[edit on 4/4/2010 by IAmD1]



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 04:22 PM
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though i am indigo, or at least my auro photo showed 80%indigo 20%white, i don't really care if someone does or doesn't beleive that it really means anything...

but i will say, we 'indigo' are usually noticeably 'different' in some fashion or another on a physical and real level

on a more etheral level, from my perspective, indigos exhibit great potential, as their spiritual state is amorphic and dynamic, at any time indigo are likely to exhibit 'bipolar' qualities ....



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 04:47 PM
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The "indigo" ideology is actually pretty complex. I believe that it fits firmly into the realm of psychological, and I hate to use this term, dissorders. Not that I necessarily think that all the "indigos" are crazy, just that they are so convinced of the uniquity of their disposition. I for one have read quite a bit about indigos, and if I took it at face value I would claim to be one as well. However, the fact remains that indigo is just another label for widely held beliefs and thought processes. feeling separate or different than everyone else, extreme empathy, lack of respect for authority, a true "feeling" inside you that you are somehow more consciously aware of the world's problems and that you truly want unity. Welcome to the club, there's billions of us, we just prefer the term human.



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 04:58 PM
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Not to be a jerk or anything, OP, I fully agree that humans need to quit the petty squabbling going on amongst gender, race, nationality and ethnicity. However, I do have a problem with your "everyone must be One, and I am already at this stage" mentality. The problem being this:

You have written an emotional post. One who has truly transcended the ego - as any Hermetic, Rosicrucian, Qabalah or Theosophy student attempts - would not be moved so emotionally by something like the Indigo Children.

Instead, a truly enlightened master would do as any Ipsissimus would do - ignore the petty Indigo Children and just continue their personal quest for enlightenment.

You have not mastered the ego because you let yourself be moved by emotions over petty things like Indigo Children.



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 05:24 PM
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Originally posted by Wandering Scribe
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Instead, a truly enlightened master would do as any Ipsissimus would do - ignore the petty Indigo Children and just continue their personal quest for enlightenment.


Unless you happen to be a bodhisattva (oath to postpone enlightenment/removal of/from samsara in order to help all sentient beings reach enlightenment). To be honest, you kind of come off as mildly egotistical. Not saying you are my brother, just something you might want to keep in mind for future communications.

[edit on 4-4-2010 by Shark VA84]



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 07:33 PM
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Ah, but not all Bodhisattva's choose to stay and wait. There are three types of Bodhisattva: the King, the Boatman and the Shepherd Bodhisattva.

The King Bodhisattva chooses to reach enlightenment quickly and then aid others in their personal journey. The Boatman Bodhisattva chooses to reach Buddha-hood with fellow bodhi aspirants. The Shepherd Bodhisattva is the only one who chooses to wait for all beings to reach Nirvana before s/he does so as well.

This is, of course, only in Mahayana Buddhism.

As well, the Buddhist mentality is not the same as the Theosophical and occult mentality when it comes to universal enlightenment.

Buddhism does not teach a universal awareness where all become as one. Buddhism teaches that every individual may rise above such a state of unity, becoming something even more sublime. A true state of mu.

I admit that sometimes I come off as egotistical. I apologize if it seems as such in my previous reply, or this one. However, I have not claimed anywhere that I have reached Buddha-hood, nor Dhyāna or Nirvana. I am still just a fellow seeker, walking the same roads as all the rest of us. My ego is still just as much a part of me, as it is of everyone else.

And for a small fun fact - the Buddha also did not endorse denial of the ego. Right Moderation, the Middle Path, was a chief principle of Buddhism according to Siddhartha.



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