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Are you An Indigo

Do Adult Indigos exist? YES!!! They did not just start coming at rates of 90% of the incoming population in 1992. I believe there have always been some Indigos, the amount of which has only increased through the last 50 years or so. My guess on percentages is that Indigos make up approximately 15-25% of 20-30 year olds, 10-15% of 30-40 yr olds, 5-10% of 40-50 yr olds and 0-5% prior to that time. That’s MY opinion, not a fact. Some of us are here to pave the way for today’s massive influx of Indigo energy, to break down some barriers and to be advocates and support systems for these children.-by Wendy Chapman Indigo Adults… Forerunners of the New Civilization by Kabir Jaffe & Ritama Davidson Reviewed by Prabhupad.

Do you ever have the feeling that, regardless of your level of success or accomplishment, there’s ’something more’? Perhaps there’s an underlying feeling that no matter who you know or what you do, you just don’t quite fit in. If any of this sounds or feels familiar, chances are you’re an Indigo.

Indigo Adults (the book) examines the Indigo phenomenon on many levels, from the practicalities and challenges of living in a world that largely doesn’t understand, to how, those whom we call Indigos, fit into the grand scheme of universal evolution. What does it mean to be an Indigo? An Indigo adult? How do you know?According to Kabir and Ritama, Indigos carry deep within their being the blueprint for a new humanity, a totally new civilization. This innate knowledge of the way things “could be” is apparently the source of much inner conflict and struggle, as Indigos try to relate to the world “as it is”.

Indigo Adults offers practical suggestions for integrating this new vision with the realities of day to day living.Although most of the attention today is focused on the younger generation Indigos, the authors make it clear that Indigos have been around for quite a while. What makes them different? Feeling to be a “stranger in a strange land” seems to characterize all Indigos. In response, Indigo Adults offers possible answers to the all too familiar questions, “Who am I?”, “What am I doing here?”. For anyone struggling with the uncertainly of a life without a clear sense of purpose, Indigo Adults contains information that can lead to deeper self understanding through the recognition of who you really are, what you’re here for and what you can do to begin to live the totality of all that you embody.Indigo Adults will definitely provide answers to many of your questions on the subject and it may open the door to possibilities you may never have considered.

Indigo Adult Characteristics
* Are intelligent, though may not have had top grades.

* Are very creative and enjoy making things.

* Always need to know WHY, especially why they are being asked to do something.

* Had disgust and perhaps loathing for much of the required and repetitious work in school.

* Were rebellious in school in that they refused to do homework and rejected authority of teachers, OR seriously wanted to rebel, but didn’t DARE, usually due to parental pressure.

* May have experienced early existential depression and feelings of helplessness. These may have ranged from sadness to utter despair. Suicidal feelings while still in high school or younger are not uncommon in the Indigo Adult.

* Have difficulty in service-oriented jobs. Indigos resist authority and caste system of employment.

* Prefer leadership positions or working alone to team positions.

* Have deep empathy for others, yet an intolerance of stupidity.

* May be extremely emotionally sensitive including crying at the drop of a hat (no shielding) Or may be the opposite and show no expression of emotion (full shielding).

* May have trouble with RAGE. * Have trouble with systems they consider broken or ineffective, ie. political, educational, medical, and legal.

* Alienation from or anger with politics – feeling your voice won’t count and/or that the outcome really doesn’t matter.

* Frustration with or rejection of the traditional American dream – 9-5 career, marriage, 2.5 children, house with white picket fence, etc.

* Anger at rights being taken away, fear and/or fury at “Big Brother watching you.”

* Have a burning desire to do something to change and improve the world. May be stymied what to do. May have trouble identifying their path.

* Have psychic or spiritual interest appear fairly young – in or before teen years. * Had few if any Indigo role models. Having had some doesn’t mean you’re not an indigo, though.

* Have strong intuition.

* Random behavior pattern or mind style – (symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder). May have trouble focusing on assigned tasks, may jump around in conversations.

* Have had psychic experiences, such as premonitions, seeing angels or ghosts, out of body experiences, hearing voices.

* May be electrically sensitive such as watches not working and street lights going out as you move under them, electrical equipment malfunctioning and lights blowing out.

* May have awareness of other dimensions and parallel realities.

* Sexually are very expressive and inventive OR may reject sexuality in boredom or with intention of achieving higher spiritual connection. May explore alternative types of sexuality.

* Seek meaning to their life and understanding about the world May seek this through religion or spirituality, spiritual groups and books, self-help groups and books.

* When they find balance they may become very strong, healthy, happy individuals.

Please note, anyone could have a few of these traits, but Indigo Adults have most or all of these 25 characteristics.


May 2, 2008 - Posted by | Be, Indgio Life


  1. wow i didnt think that i could ever put a name to what i have been feeling for more than half of my life. and now it has left me wanting to know more about it. so please if you can tell me and possibly other indigo adults more about this too.

    Comment by jacke freeman | May 2, 2008 | Reply

    • I feel the same way. It’s like my eyes are open now. I always feel like I have a purpose or a certain path to follow. I tell people about my intuition but they tell me I’m crazy.

      Comment by Lisa | December 8, 2009 | Reply

  2. Indigo Forum Opening

    Comment by Indi | August 24, 2009 | Reply

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