Author: By Seth Garrison
It is said that Indigo children refer to a belief that some children, especially those born after the late 1970s, represent a higher state of human evolution. The term itself is a reference to the belief that such children have an indigo coloured aura. It is believed that they mostly have paranormal abilities such as mind reading. More importantly Indigo children have extraordinary traits such as increased empathy and creativity. Meet Hugo in "The Meadow" - a brilliant child, a savant with an extraordinary ability to comprehend the interconnectedness of the universe! He is an Indigo child for sure and the Meadow tells the story of his talents and his special gifts. -- Elfreda Pretorius and Mike O'Hare
The New Kids Are Here! Are We Fighting The Change?
By Seth Garrison
Humanity is changing. Humans are evolving into the next level of consciousness. My last series of articles describes what human behavior will be like on our new planet. I have repeatedly stated that this shift is happening now. We have the ability as adults to have, as scientists call it, a spontaneous genetic mutation which totally changes the coding of our DNA, awakening us to a whole set of deeper truths. But the true evidence for me of the shift happening now is the emergence of "the new kids."
These children even have a name. They are called Indigo kids. Some call them Crystal Children. Whatever the label the descriptions are all the same. These children are different. They come into this lifetime with a totally different wiring. They have the attributes that I have described in past articles about the new human. Has anyone noticed how the kids have changed? It started in the 80's but since the early 90's people have started to take notice and have given them labels.
These children know who they are. They are ready to accept the attributes of the enlightened human. They know they are pieces of god and therefore powerful creators in their own right. They have no fear. They understand that guilt is an illusion so the old way of trying to "control" them through guilt doesn't work. They don't judge others as they know that judgement is not real. They are allowing of people that many label as different. They grasp the concept of being one with all. We can't make them behave. They have no fear of consequences. They are loving. They desire peace in all interactions.
I realize that these are wide sweeping generalizations, but I am looking from a wide perspective with the knowledge that they are the new human. They don't need to master the life lessons that previous generations have needed to do. They are masters already. They are our teachers. Unfortunately we, as adults, like to think that we know better. Every segment of society is having an interesting time dealing with the new kids in their own way. If we could just understand that they are here to show us the way into the new paradigm of human behavior instead of fighting to make them conform to the old ways, everyone would have an easier transition. One old way that seems to be putting up a fight is our school systems.
The old energy way of reading, writing and arithmetic has been with us for a few hundred years. Change in that system is very hard to accomplish as it is so ingrained. The Indigos are exercising their power by refusing to conform to the old ways of being told that the material that we try to fill them with is valuable for them to learn and essential for their success in life. They know better. They want to learn what interests them, not what others tells them they must learn. It ends up being a constant struggle for the teachers and administrators to try and "control" children into behaving as they want them to. With the attributes of being "fear less" and knowing that they are the creators of their life experiences, children are making it very difficult to maintain the old energy traditions. Schools are turning to the medical profession to help them.
The new childhood condition - ADHD. The favorite diagnosis for children who just won't conform to classroom behavior. Of course they have attention deficits. They don't want to learn about George Washington or whether x is to y as c is to d. They could care less. They are not going to pay attention to something that doesn't interest them. It's not like the old days where we behaved because we feared the consequences. They don't. So how do we control them. We drug them. Ritalin or whatever the new drugs are that drug the children into being quiet, sedate robots. Is this what we really want to do? Could it possibly be that these children are different than what we were? Do we need to change the way we look at education?
Some schools like the Montessori are a starting model for a new perspective on education. They recognize that nurturing each individuals creative abilities, giving them choices of what they want to learn, is much more effective than trying to force children into learning what we think they need to learn. Governments and schools may want to read some of the literature that is being written about the new kids with the goal of looking at them with the possibility that they are different.
Doreen Virtue is one of the original authors of books on Indigo children. Care and Feeding of Indigo Children is a great book on how to live peacefully with the new kids. Jan Tober and Lee Carroll of Kryon.com have authored a couple of books on Indigos that are valuable to our understanding. Spiritual Cinema has a movie called Indigo that gives us more insight into how wonderful the new human will be. James Twyman of Emissaryoflight.com has devoted many resources to prove to mainstream society, the existence of the new kids. The kids are amazing in their demonstrations of the power of creation that they possess.
The most important factor with the emergence of the Indigos is the parents. The toughest roles to play. We, as parents, have been given the opportunity to either fight them or join them, Anyone who is a parent of a child from 1990 to present may better understand what I am discussing. The old ways of parenting don't work. Practicing the adage "like my parents did" will just create havoc in the family environment.
The kids are our teachers. They will show us the way to enlightenment if we can only grasp the fact that things are changing. That humanity is evolving. That we are evolving from the practice of following the leader to one of following our selves. These new children know that. Trying to force them to conform to old standards that worked for our parents will only meet resistance and from my viewpoint, a losing battle.
Parents: They have come into your life to help you. They are the peacemakers. They are the masters. If you can see that the gift they bring to you is a gift of awakening. They are an integral part of this shift for all of us. You have a front row seat.
Will everyone take a second look. Governments, schools, doctors, parents. All of us. Try viewing these children as I do. They are our examples to emulate, not rebels that won't conform to our tried and true standards. As the ancients called it, the shift of the ages, is happening now and the new kids are showing us the way. They are ushering us into an era of unity, peace and abundance for all. They are the new humans. I choose to be just like them.
Let's stop fighting the change and join them into a joyous new earth.
Seth Garrison is a certified Overlight Facilitator and creator of the energy healing system called "Back to Perfection". Overlight is a spiritual psychology that is designed to identify the root source of their dis-ease, be it mental or physical, and create a space for them to feel comfortable enough to heal themselves.
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