Indigos and Crystals, both the older generations and certainly the ones born since the early 1990s were born awake, meaning that they know there is more to life and living than what we are aware of with our physical senses.
posted 3 April, 2013 (Monday, 1 April, 2013) - Jamye Price
There is definitely some challenging energy occurring for many at this time. We are still on a progression of the disempowering control systems that run in the background shifting and falling. Because these systems are so well versed in controlling information, the information that is flowing is either obscured or brushed off as invalid.
If you are reading this, it might be because the title grabbed your attention and you most likely identify as a Light worker, Adult Indigo, star seed or any combination therein. If that is indeed the case, it is highly likely that your early childhood experiences and/or your Family of Origin have been a source of pain, frustration or disappointment for you.
At the moment, everyone in my immediate family is unemployed, by society’s standards. This means that no one has an official j-o-b, in which they work for someone. I couldn’t be more thrilled, especially for my children who, as Indigos, have tried really hard to fit into the regular, ‘normal’ job world and it just didn’t work for them.
The Indigo generation represents the new leaders of the world and while their courage, vision, determination and commitment equip them for the task, other aspects make this very challenging. They are leaders who lack a pioneering spirit and with it the confidence that is required of those who charge ahead, at the forefront of enormous change.
My mother pointed to a Hummer that passed by as we were having lunch at an outside cafe one day and said calmly ‘That’s the car I want and if I was twenty years younger, I would buy it.” Although I was surprised to hear that my dignified, petite mother would want an oversize, flashy, bright yellow Hummer, I told her that she should buy one now, if that would make her happy. But she said no, she was ‘too old’ and she was OK with the car she had, a conservative sedan.
As 2012 unfolds there is a mass awakening occurring for the highly sensitive, creative, and empathic beings known as the Indigo and Blue Ray beings. I am addressing both as they are both experiencing many of the same issues at this time.
My Indigo children were often bullied by other children and victimized by their life circumstances. My oldest son had ADD at a time when it was thought to be a mental disability. I fought hard to keep him out of special needs classes where he would not get the education he needed. He was bullied by his classmates because he was ‘different’.
One thing I have stressed in many articles about Indigo and Crystal children is how important it is to communicate with them. And this extends beyond talking, it is actually more focused on listening and knowing what to listen to and for. As a rule, Indigos don’t talk much and don’t like to talk about themselves so what they do share becomes very important, especially when we’re dealing with children who are depressed, using drugs, looking for their life path or are at risk.
As the mother of Indigo children I know how frustrating it can be to get them to accept start their own lives. As talented, powerful, loving and wonderful as they can be, there is a side to them that is frustratingly slow, worrisome, risk-averse and hesitant to move into new situations. And it appears to get worse as they get older until, when they reach their early 20s, they get stuck, unable to move in any direction and, while they won’t share this with you, they are terrified, afraid to take risks even if they know they have the ability to be successful.
Like many of you, I have moved many times in my life. In fact, five years is usually the longest I can live in one place before I feel the need to move again. Unlike generations before us, who lived in the same place all of their lives, we are a generation of global travelers, able to create our home anywhere we want to and often have the urge to experience new cultures, people and places.
Since the concept of the Indigo Child became well known many parents, teenagers, and young adults have been able to really identify with the traits and characteristics. While no one wants to label anyone, especially children, those who resonate with this concept feel a deeper understanding, less alone, more empowered and have a sense of comfort in not feeling as alienated and misunderstood.
It was so easy for my Indigo children to get frustrated and stop trying when they reached a roadblock in their lives. And things were often harder for them than they were for others. Not because they were actually harder, but because they would over-think, over-react, try to do everything the right way or perfectly, and take so long to finish anything (or even get started) that they lost their motivation and focus.
February is a short month, with only 28 days, but somehow it seemed to pass even more quickly than usual with the intense energies being activated all around us now. The events in the Middle East and North Africa holding our attention as one country after another begins to feel the energy and the voice of the people as they demand change and democratic governance.