posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 12:09 AM
First off, before I make any statement I need to say this:
the Indigo Children Theory is just that...a theory.
It's an idea.
Just like any belief that anyone has. And we all have them...too many to begin to count.
I'm not here to defend said theory because I don't take with it myself. It has interesting ideas and is entirely optimistic...but it's a tad on the
saccharine side for me.
Personally, however, it's been able to add a few more pieces of the puzzle of the big picture for me to tinker around with.
But, please, people, take the time to become informed on something before you blatantly bash it.
It was a breath of fresh air for me, as they say. Its positivist tones are something sorely lacking anymore.
But to attempt to comment on some things that has been said thus far:
Overly sweet, yes, but not so grandiose once you put it in relative, everyday terms. Think of it like this: we all know charismatic people and there
have been many that we adore and even worship and they've all made change to the given social structure some how (JFK, MLK Jr., Gandhi, Buddha,
Jesus, etc. etc.). This theory says we are all becoming this.
It's not narcissistic either. If, once again, you had read further into the theory, it states that the Indigos, for better or worse, have come as the
trail blazers for the rest - the Crystal children afterward, and everyone else that was already here. It says, once again, that we are all
becoming this, that are all heading in the same direction.
These are labels with a subjective meaning, not to be taken literally.
Come on, people...it is "new" ideas that are going to save this world.
You all see what the status quo is doing for us so far.
If nothing else, at least somebody is trying. It may be deluded and misguided...but at least it is something.
Take care, all.