Taking a look at what an indigo child is like

Written by Amber


Taking a look at what an indigo child is like:

The belief is that an indigo child has special, unusual and sometimes supernatural traits or abilities. This concept of what an indigo child is like was introduced in the 1970’s by a teacher and counsellor named Nancy Ann Tappe, who at the time was studying the human auric field, otherwise known as the electromagnetic field.

There has been a series of books published and in the 1990’s several films were made depicting the indigo child. It is believed that the indigo child is the next stage of evolution they have a higher state on consciousness. The indigo child will have an indigo coloured aura, this colour is representative of the third eye chakra. The third eye chakra is associated with intuition, and paranormal abilities.

They are highly empathic, possessing the ability to discern what others are thinking and feeling. Thus they have the ability to know when someone is being authentic, honest and truthful.

Taking a look at what an indigo child is like… these children are said to be highly sensitive with a greater feeling for the world, an indigo child will be strong willed and will almost certainly want to make a difference to the world. Characteristically the indigo child can be difficult to deal with. If they become frustrated by their environment, they can become aggressive, angry and even violent; this behaviour can result in indigo children being diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, OCD, Dyslexia and learning disabilities and can appear un-sociable around others that are dissimilar to themselves.

Other problems experienced by indigo children are depression even bipolar disorder diagnoses with the diagnosis of these having risen from 20,000 ten years ago to over 800,000 today.

An indigo child is typically an “old soul” wise beyond their years, the indigo child is more often than not outspoken. Teachers report that characteristically the indigo child is a kinesthetic learner meaning they think in images/pictures. Classically the indigo child is highly energetic, with a love of talking especially on a subject which inspires/interests them. Classically the indigo child is dramatic and will probably find staying put and on task difficult.

Taking a look at what an indigo child is like…characteristically the indigo child will suffer sleep disorders such as insomnia and nightmares.

So what are the traits of an indigo child?

Often indigo children will have anti-social tendencies and prefer to be alone, unless with another indigo child. Classically indigo children are introverted

The indigo child will act like “Royalty”

The indigo child can have a fiery temper, and will seldom hold back.

Typically indigo children are non-conformist and will rebel against the system, the indigo child will come up with innovative or different ways of seeing solutions to a problem or looking at a situation. The indigo child will be great at multi-tasking and can achieve much quickly.

Typically indigo children are creative and will often be gifted artistically. The indigo child will probably have a high IQ and will be gifted in one or more areas.

Easily frustrated – will not respond to guilt or shame-filled situations

The indigo child will want to express their own free will; they can be very self-reliant and will want to make their own decisions

Classically the indigo child will dislike violence and cruelty towards all living things human and animal. The indigo child will seek the truth and will see through façade and lies.

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