• How to Tell if You Are Indigo

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    Article by Sophia Gubb

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    I did cry my eyes out upon reading the following article. From the great relief of understanding who I really am — which, deep down, I guess I always sort of knew but could not put any name on it. Still, it's not as if I was never provided with any clues from both extrasensory experiences which left me wondering until recently and other overlooked signs of fate such as, for instance, that book on Indigo children I was offered to translate (that was circa 2002) because of my spiritual potential rather than my linguistic abilities (sic) and which I had to decline for many personal reasons and circumstances at the time — a choice I now regret, but hey, you just can't go back, can you?

    So goodbye the weak/failure/hippie/rebel/crank/dreamer (I even heard “slacker”) and the host of other derogatory names many (including my own family) are happy to label me with at the ultimate best of their ignorance and arrogance all combined. Now, have you ever heard of slackers working that hard as I do — and for free — on two blogs written in two different languages? Well, as the saying goes, there'll always be someone to call you a fool  whatever you are and do, the main thing is to recognise true insanity. No need to be highly spiritual or very smart to figure out the actual world we're struggling to live survive in is complete nonsense and the absolute antithesis of wisdom.

    So I just didn't work many late nights translating the following article into French (which I'm only linking here) for the f***ing sake of more labelling (however positive) and further dividing nor as an ego booster to point out “how special I am” — but rather in the hope that it may be of direct help to some readers if they should recognise themselves as indigos or else of indirectly if they happen to know someone among their family or friends who is. Because, in the end, it could make a HUGE difference for them (by relieving them of a burden) as well as for you (by raising your awareness) and thus impact the world. For droplets are what oceans are made of, same a grains of sand fill deserts and snowflakes produce avalanches. And I also expect many people to dismiss these lines entirely.

    I'll end this lengthy preamble informing you that since the following article is a very long read, it will be my sole post of the whole week so you may have the time to fully read it as you wish...

    Ey@el

    Here is an in-depth article describing what traits to look for in determining if you or someone you know is an indigo child or adult.

    When talking to people about indigos I often hear that the characteristics are not specific and practically anyone could consider themselves an indigo. Therefore in this article I’m going try to be as clear as possible in describing the things that make indigos DIFFERENT from other people.

    In the first part of the article I’ll try to define indigos, and in the second part I’ll get into listing their particular characteristics.

    Read more...

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