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Originally posted by Ben81
To help in the coming transition
and prepare humankind for the Age of Enlightment
SonoftheSun : agree with your link
im no different then any other human
everybody is egual
but my way of thinking since my youngest age
has been extremely different from what most kid were thinking
i never understood why the others were normaly not thinking like me
not that i am an indigo but those traits describe me very much
edit on 2/29/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Spiratio
Ok .... deeep breath!!! ahhhhh.... brace yourselves. This is not sugar coated, I will be explaining both the positive and negative implications
The Indigo's are the final wave of the first intentional incarnations on this planet. All incarnations undergo amnesia to some extent but indigo's have/had a pre-agreed task that was to endow the lower physical realms with a hivemind-ike higher cosmic consciousness...
It was not know that humans would become as entrenched in illusions as they have been when the first wave arrived -- non-indigos -- they initially had all the consciousness traits of indigo's plus more but were not as dense physically... over time a form of fragmentation occurred in their near unity consciousness awareness as the cosmos steeped into deeper density. This lead to the initial waves of incarnations to loose innate source connection.
Originally posted by bastardo
Some common challenges of Indigos * Feeling alone, separate or misunderstood * Your depth of feeling and thinking is often different than those around you * Unusually sensitivities * Feel limited by the normal world around * You’re a visionary with unusual hopes, aspirations and sense of purpose
Is this threatening to anyone? Does anyone want to pull out their hair after reading that some people feel like this, when it is completely clear that the majority of people around them don´t feel like that.
Regardless of spirituality, or being sent by a higher force, fact remains that some people are different like that.
If you feel threatened by that, then I feel sorry for you.
Well, since the "Indigo" meme was kind of a made up thing to begin with it would be hard to define what one's reactions should be to it.
As a psych nurse, trust me, grandiosities are far further spanning than this. Though I can picture how this indigo child stuff could potentially incite such grandiosities (as can just about anything) as people with grandiose thinking turn the idea and themselves into the ideas they want to hear rather than just accepting what is said.
Originally posted by lucid eyes
Here is some reference for your empowerment OP:
GDs are characterized by fantastical beliefs that one is famous, omnipotent, wealthy, or otherwise very powerful. The delusions are generally fantastic and typically have a supernatural, science-fictional, or religious theme.
Grandiosity is chiefly associated with narcissistic personality disorder, but also commonly features in manic or hypomanic episodes of bipolar disorder.
It refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority, a sustained view of oneself as better than others that causes the narcissist to view others with disdain or as inferior. It also refers to a sense of uniqueness, the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special peopl
edit on 29-2-2012 by lucid eyes because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by primus2012
reply to post by femalepharoe
Instead of noting my cynicism, you should be noting my wisdom and common sense.
I'm not denying that there could be super powered Golden Children out there. I'm just denying that if you are claiming to be one in an ATS thread, you are full of baloney.
What the heck are you rambling on about Lightbringing?
Indigo children are supposed to be superhuman. Not touchy-feely, sensitive, otherwise average people. Sorry to burst all of your bubbles, but daily affirmations like those of a 12-step program may help to increase your self-worth, but they do not evolve you into an otherworldly being.
If there are such things as Indigo Children, then I bet their credo is "to claim to be Indigo, is to not be an Indigo".
Originally posted by Nana2
a 17 page thread with, as usual, most of them from people who have so much negativity in their lives that they feel a need to criticize or put down others over something very simple.
Please, can we get back on track without the insults and name calling???
I continue to see people self diagnose themselves as "indigo" because it makes them feel special.
What is going to happen to the "indigo's" when they realize the rules of the world apply to them, too?