I've been lurking here for a while, even since before ds was born, but I feel overwhelmingly compelled to finally post.
I am undoubtedly an Indigo and it feels so right to have found this group and the information herein. My son, I believe, must be a Crystal. People always comment on his eyes, so large and penetrating. This
picture was taken shortly after his birth. The veil between the physical and spiritual world is very thin for him, even at three months old (nearly). In fact, I am beginning to think he was waiting to be born on Halloween.
At week 41 of my pregnancy, I had some tests run to make sure the pregnancy was progressing healthfully and could continue until I went into labor spontaneously. Something in the tests signaled a potential complication with the placenta and so I was induced on October 25th and he was born after 22 hours of labor, during which he tried to turn transverse, which may have been his way of signaling that he didn't want to come yet. Even with the induction, Flynn's birth was an intensely spiritual experience, my OB (I call her a MW in a white coat) and nurse even commented on it. He had a rough first week, landing in the hospital until November 3rd, closer to when we would have been discharged had he been born on his preferred birthday.
Everyone always comments on what a happy and quiet baby he is, some of which I credit to AP practices. While I didn't dream of him, specifically, I did wake one morning with the thought, "When I get pregnant I want to know the gender of the baby." Previously I was adamant that I not find out. It was that day that I found out I was preggers...and he was a surprise baby.
He has already done energy work within our church family, though I would not have called it that were it not for reading the info here. It is just uncanny, and at times embarrassing, how people are so drawn to him. I say embarrassing because we are always being gifted something for him.
My dh is an Indigo, as well, though he doesn't buy into "my hoo-doo voo-doo," as he lovingly calls it. He agrees with much of it but is, I believe, fearful of the spiritual side of himself in many ways.
As for me, I have always dreamed of my future, but I do not have the gift to recognize that it is the future. I guess my moniker should be Cassandra, huh? I am also very sensative to spirits and am frequently visited by my paternal grandfather, who died when I was five from a horrible and unusual accident. Perhaps it was his purpose to be my angel guide?
Anyway, as I was reading some of the links, I felt compelled to finally post because These quotes from this
website really rang so true for me:Another form of self-destructive adolescent behavior occurs when the child takes on the values of the parents and seeks to overachieve. This can be frightening, as Indigos are by nature exceptionally gifted and talented. These Indigos often develop phenomenal academic and technical abilities to gain recognition and success, but sacrifice emotional development which can be hugely damaging in later life when they seek to create meaningful partnerships.
Both groups are attempting to redefine what it means to be an adult in the contemporary world, and to find ways of living their truth while still finding happiness and stability as adults. They are the generation that is defining new choices and new options for adult life on the New Earth.