Often times I’m met with confused stares when I admit I haven’t done much traveling. But just like my friend and fellow Indigo Child, Whyte Crow, I know where I’m supposed to be and I’m right here. Someday (soon, I can feel it coming!) I will travel extensively and meet all of you with hugs. Until then, I’m an energy anchor. We’re spread out like a grid around the world and our energy keeps the peace every day. Simply being here, and you being where you are, our energy collectively keeps this planet buzzing at an even frequency. As more Indigo Children arrive, that frequency is elevating. How cool! My time as an anchor is limited as I feel myself transitioning into an ambassador position. I think I’ll miss being an anchor. It’s a pretty cool job.
Why do you think Indigo Children are here?
wc: I’m not sure. I believe I’m suffering from spiritual amnesia. I find the “veil” to be quite irritating. I know that Indigo Children have various missions and agendas, because they come from many places (and by places I mean galaxies and star systems). I have been reading some of Dolores Cannon’s work. Through her 40 years of hypnotherapy work, she discovered there are three waves of “volunteers”. The second wave of volunteers is simply here to observe and collect “data”. Anyone in their 20's and 30's fits in this category and I have an inner knowing that it’s what I’m here to do. The third wave consists of the younger generations who are meant to organize themselves. Perhaps those strange Denver Airport Murals might give us some clues. The Hopi prophesies also state: “When the Earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come onto the earth from many colors, creeds and classes, and who by their actions and deeds shall make the Earth green again. They shall be known as the Warriors of the Rainbow". That quote has “Indigo” written all over it if you know what I mean (*wink*).
How did you discover you are an Indigo Child?
wc: I was fascinated by the concept of Indigo Children for quite a few years. I first heard about them from an old video recording of Drunvalo Melchizedek’s lecture on Sacred Geometry and The Flower of Life. It wasn’t until a few years later when I felt there was something terribly wrong with me. I had no particular illness or depression but I felt an immense, stifling pressure. I literally felt like every cell in my body was mutating! I Googled up those symptoms and they seemed to match those described by Indigo Children. There was no sure way to connect to Indigo Children or adults at the time. There were a few forums here and there and I tried my best to keep in contact with some Indigo's. They claimed I was one of them because they never met anyone who could understand them like I did.
Do you know other Indigo Children?
wc: Absolutely! There was a time when I felt quite lonely and isolated, despite my online contact with Indigo Children from the US and overseas. I wanted to connect to Indigo Children (or people with a similar mindset) face to face, locally! That’s when I found a spirituality group in my area on Meetup.com. Unfortunately, I happened to attend their last Meetup because the group decided to dissolve. Another young lady, Laetitia, and myself decided to become co-moderators and keep the group going! We had no experience, but over the course of one year we met many young people, some of which I can identify as Indigo Children. Although we no longer host the group (our busy schedules don’t allow for it), Laetitia and I still meet with some of the friends we found through the Meetup group, and we’re synchronistically finding more and more of them! Our Indigo friend actually found his twin flame through a friend of a friend of mine on Facebook. I’m looking at my Facebook contact list and I can truly say most of my contacts share a similar mindset. It’s a mosaic of well-informed Libertarians, healers, spiritual teachers, designers, activists and metaphysics enthusiasts. You can imagine my daily news feed is pretty exciting and awe-inspiring!
What is your favorite part about being an Indigo Child?
wc: I’d have to say meeting and identifying other Indigo Children (especially children or teens) is the most rewarding part.
What is the hardest part?
wc: Honestly, being an Indigo Child has been really tough and it’s not getting any easier. Being an extreme empath doesn’t help either. I literally feel like Atlas, with the burden of having to carry the whole world on my shoulders! The unique challenges Indigo Children have to face are what differentiate them from the rest of the population. Having more insight, a “knowing”, a 6th sense and an intrinsic discontent with the whole cookie-cutter system while residing in a limited, 5-sensory space suit ain’t fun! It’s very easy to go kookoo!
What Indigo gifts do you practice?
wc: I seem to be gifted in the Japanese art of Reiki (a form of energy healing). Being able to channel energy through my hands and heal myself and others feels like the only thing connecting me to other dimensions in full daylight. I make the best of my other abilities at night, sparingly and mostly through dreams. I have experienced past life regressions, telepathy, out of body experiences, astral projections, communication with the crop-circle makers, the Pleiadians and other friendly ETs.
Do you know what your purpose is yet?
wc: To observe, experience and collect information. I’m also an energy anchor. I hate traveling and I feel the need to be HERE, in this exact area. My friend Laetitia feels the same way. She’s from France and has been living here for about 4 years. You never see any French people leaving France to suddenly live in BC, it’s bizarre! My parents are originally from Romania and you can see how I myself just HAD to end up here. It’s an incredibly special place.
What advice do you have for other Indigo Children?
wc: Don’t live in isolation! It is imperative that you find other Indigo Children locally (regardless of age group)! Originally, Indigo Children had been evenly distributed around the globe to serve as energy anchors, and so isolation served as a function. However, there are now many Indigo Children and networking will ensure we have the morale support we need.
What advice do you have for people who are not Indigo Children?
wc: I don’t know what “non-Indigos” are. To me, everyone is an Indigo Child. That they’re suffering from higher levels of spiritual amnesia and are disconnected from the source—that’s all right. They’re on a special soul path, choosing to play a particular role in this lifetime. From a higher level perspective, everything is always in perfect divine order. Whenever I start to take anything too seriously, I am reminded of my soul family, the Pleiadians. To them, everything is a game. They approach every challenge with a childish enthusiasm, because they know that it’s just drama. We’re all playing roles, and in the end, the curtains come down and everyone takes off the archetypal masks.
Thank you, Whyte Crow!
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