Let’s begin with a quick “Star Children” refresher, and then we’ll take a more in-depth look at the Indigos. There have always been Starseed on planet Earth, and it is generally believed that in the 1970’s Star children began arriving in greater numbers then in previous decades. Star Children are incredibly gifted souls who have been sent from all areas of the universe to help the Earth and her people. Categorized into three groups (although they can overlap), the Indigos, Crystals and Rainbows possess psychic, spiritual, and other extrasensory abilities. They are here on special assignment to assist us in our evolution, and their mission is to facilitate peace, topple corrupt systems, and assist in shifting our dimensional consciousness.
Let’s do some math. It’s 2012, and Indigos who arrived here in 1972 are turning 40 this year. The first wave is grown up and we see the results of their influence all around us as we continue to witness changes in government, health care, and even parenting. Many Indigos incarnated from the 70’s through the 90’s in order to have the sufficient numbers necessary to begin to break down patterns of traditional thinking. Here are some general traits of Indigo Starseed, taken from Nikki Pattillo’s book Children of the Stars, and presented here so that we can make a concerted effort to live and work in harmony with our first generation of highly-evolved human beings:
- They have distinct warrior personalities. They will stand up and fight for what they think is right and for what they believe.
- They know when they are being lied to and manipulated and will not comply with any system that may be limiting or dysfunctional.
- Indigos have little or no tolerance for dishonesty.
- They are here to show us that the archaic systems in schools, government, parenting, and healthcare are not healthy and must change, or we will fail globally as a civilization.
- Indigos may act like royalty because they have great self worth and difficulty with authority.
- They may be unwilling to do certain things, and look for and find better ways of doing these things.
- They can become frustrated with rigid systems with no creativity.
- They might feel alone, different, and maybe a little anti-social when they’re not with others who are like them.
- They don’t fall for guilt trips and they’re not shy in letting you know what they think or what they need.
When speaking with an Indigo, using the words “Just Because” or “Because I said so” are a waste of breath. Treat Indigos like you want to be treated, and you’ll have a great relationship. Practice unconditional love. Give them choices rather then orders. Don’t talk down to them and always be honest. Don’t use guilt, and don’t try to manipulate them. Provide emotional support and really listen to them when they’re talking. Respect their privacy. If you made a mistake, admit it and apologize. Appreciate their strengths and be open and willing to learn from them.
Indigos have been called the Ritalin generation because of their naturally high energy levels. As children, their energy was misunderstood and many Indigos were deemed to have “extreme behavior problems,” which resulted in massive prescriptions being written for drugs to calm them down. So…let’s bottom line this: Highly evolved beings come to Earth to help us evolve, and we drug them—are you shaking your head in disbelief? Thankfully, Indigos are very strong, and we are seeing the results of their hard work on our behalf more and more every day.
Indigos paved the way for the second wave of Star Children: the Crystals; and we’ll take a look at the Crystal generation of Starseed in my next column.
For more information about Indigos, I highly recommend the following books, all of which can be found at www.Amazon.com:
Children of the Stars by Nikki Pattillo
The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children by Doreen Virtue
The Indigo Children Ten Years Later: What’s happening with Indigo Teenagers by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober
Indigo Adults: Forerunners of the new Civilization by Kabir Jaffe and Ritama Davidson