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I know that when I first heard about the indigo label, my first reaction was negative.I didn’t want to label myself, to start with, and I didn’t like the idea of being better or worse than other people.The indigo who doesn’t look like an indigo will, deep down, have that wisdom, that depth, that power you expect from a normal indigo. Someone who looks like an indigo but isn’t will seem deep but when you look closer there won’t be so much substance to them.It’ll be a false depth — or maybe an authentic one, but just not so much of it. The standard depiction of spiritual evolution shows a soul starting out from a very basic, caveperson-like consciousness, and going through the horrible birthing pain centuries of confusion and war, eventually evolving into a modern human, eventually becoming enlightened or a saint.Being a saint in this case just means that they fully realise the fact that Love is their essence, and that Love is the only thing worth living for, and they become that.At this stage humanity doesn’t work as a collection of isolated fragments but becomes a single being with all its parts working together for the common wellbeing.

Indigos have been called sick, falsely diagnosed with ADD and other things. I think this definition is the most telling because an indigo is really defined by his or her soul and not necessarily how they express it.

I’ve also added new insights about indigo children / adults from this time.

Note that I now also have a book out about indigos.

I don’t know how much meaning any of these ideas have but I’ve offered them for your consideration.

The concept of indigo children or adults is tied to spirituality and I think there are some very good reasons for that; however I wanted to mention that if what I say conflicts with the way you understand the world, you always can take what works for you and leave the rest.

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