Posted 24 June 2012 - 05:31 PM
i looked into this a few years ago and it was all fluffy,,,,,,but this week i had some big syncros and a mystic came to my mountain.
we spoke and played in the pyramid etc, then he said "you are indigo, you do know that don't you?" i said i had looked into it before and found it a bit fluffy and self absorbed.
he said that is not true, and to check it out again.
i did, and am all but one of this entire list, and even i got my partner to check the list for me
anyone else know anything about this stuff? i mainly work with hermetics and qabalah and know little about all this indigo stuff.
Posted 24 June 2012 - 06:25 PM
Let's say, for instance, that you are an indigo.. ...what would this mean? What would the result be? Would life be any different?
If it gives you a sense of significance and helps you find your place in the world, ultimately resulting in a higher quality of life.. ..I see no problems with it and think that it should be embraced.
If it's an interesting piece of trivia, you know, like, "oh.. i'm 6'3".. gemini.. my favorite season is autumn, i love the color blue and i'm an indigo person.." then it doesn't really matter much at all and think there are other things you could spend your time dwelling on, even if it is true.
Regardless, indigo or not, the qualities were still present. Clumping them all together under a title such as 'indigo' .. sort of acts to separate those aspects from your identity and place them in the category of a descriptor. Seems like a lot of work for little results, in my opinion..
but.. to your question.
Let's say that everyone has within them an energy current, and let's say that energy current - like a heartbeat - has a specific flow and rhythm to it. Let's say that rhythm is reflected in the aura, as pretty much everything is.. ..an indigo's energy current would run faster than the avarage person's energy current, resulting in an indigo underlay to the auric field... sort of like those cars that appear green, but when hit by light, also reflect as purple, except the way the car appears changes throughout the day but always has that purple reflection to it. Crystal folk's energy currents move faster still, rainbow folk's, even faster.. however, anyone who works with magick will find their energy current moving faster than the avarage person's. So.
“The only dream worth having is to dream that you will live while you are alive, and die only when you are dead. To love, to be loved. To never forget your own insignificance. To never get used to the unspeakable violence and vulgar disparity of the life around you. To seek joy in the saddest places. To pursue beauty to its lair. To never simplify what is complicated or complicate what is simple. To respect strength, never power. Above all to watch. To try and understand. To never look away. And never, never to forget.”
― Arundhati Roy
Posted 24 June 2012 - 09:31 PM
Indigo children/adults, therefore, seem more utilitarian as "am" than as "do." As in, I am a better person with this degree, and what I'm going to do with it is beside the point. Knowing yourself, exploring your limits and strengths, are all important things. But what do you do now that you're decidedly Indigo? Well, you can find out whether Disney is still doing that "I'm going to Disney World!" promotion, and go to Disney World...
I've been told I'm indigo by the sort of people for whom the idea of "indigo children" tickles their fancy much more than it tickles mine. For them it seems like our generation is a self-fulfilling prophecy. I say if you want to fulfill that prophecy: go for it! But as with any personality and/or destiny determining art, I recommend taking it with a grain of salt so it doesn't become a bad ego trip.
Posted 24 June 2012 - 09:36 PM
Posted 25 June 2012 - 09:18 PM
That said, I do think that events are accelerating toward a significant change. Maybe all times feel this way. Maybe the present is always the cusp of transformation, and maybe imagining it to be a critical time is simply a useful counteragent to complacency.
"There is a crack, a crack through everything. That is how the light gets in." -- Leonard Cohen
Posted 25 June 2012 - 10:25 PM
I've long heard people claiming to be indigo, and further trying to convince me that I am indigo. But I'm not.
everyone is significant and capable of changing the course of events. I was a regular mundane person until I chose to do something about it, and I think all the indigos are probably in a similar situation.
we are not "chosen ones" by birth, but "chosen ones" by making a decision to awaken to the god nature within
Posted 26 June 2012 - 04:07 AM
So... Everyone... Ever. You have to be one or the other. "We are special and unique because all of us are either well behaved or not well behaved!" Yeah that makes sense.
If memory serves the "indigo children" craze came from one self-styled professional psychic who saw a child with an indigo aura for the first time and was startled by it. She started looking for it and found a whole bunch of them, having never seen it before. She wrote a book, and then a bunch of other people saw them as well.
Thing is, I've found people in their 80's with indigo in their auras. It didn't just start... People just started looking for it, and of course they're going to find it. If you look for four leafed Clovers you're a lot more likely to find them, that doesn't mean they grew more often when you started looking.
Part of the perception of the indigo aura being a new thing may be the fact that this particular color tends to fade as the individual gets older.
Bottom line is, indigo auras aren't new and aren't that unusual. It's a mark of a particular personality type that comes with powerful psychic potential, but most of the people on Occult Corpus not only fit the written criteria, but in fact have indigo in their auras.
Toss out that stupid list, the major traits for indigo auras are psychic potential, strong connection to the higher self, a deep spirituality and persistent belief in magic, and a certain amount of innocence. Indigo auras fade with age because most people lose those traits as they are forced to "grow up and act like adults."
In fact, speaking as an old hand at aura reading, I'm about 95% certain that everyone who's posted on this thread so far has a bit of indigo in their aura. Small enough amounts that you might miss it if you weren't looking for it, but it's there. Easier to tell in person, but I'm not bad from a distance either.
May you find what you seek,
Posted 30 June 2012 - 01:52 PM
off on a tangent - do any of you believe human souls have lived on / in other planets / dimensions before their current carnations?
Posted 30 June 2012 - 07:15 PM
With complete conviction. I remember.
May you find what you seek,
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