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Are You An Indigo? 11 Traits Of Indigo Children

“Indigo children” is the name given to the new type of human being born in this generation. While many remain skeptical towards the idea of the ‘genius youth’, one can hardly ignore the growing number of teenagers endowed with exceptional and often unprecedented talents in various spheres of science and humanities.

Are you an Indigo?


This is a list developed by play therapist Jan Yordy, a former elementary school teacher and child counselor who has been working with parents and children for 25 years. As we go over the list, see if you resonate with any of these traits:


1. May be strong willed independent thinkers who prefer to do their own thing rather than comply with authority figures/parents.

2. Have a wisdom and level of caring beyond their youthful experience.

3. Traditional Parenting and discipline strategies don't appear effective with these children. If you try to force an issue, a power struggle is the typical outcome.

4. Energeticly, Indigos are vibrating at a much higher frequencey so they can get scrambled by negative energy (human or machine).

5. Emotionally they can be reactive and may have problems with anxieties, depression or temper rages if not energetically balanced.

6. Are creative right brain thinkers, but may struggle to learn in a traditional left brain school system.

7. Often Indigos are diagnosed with ADD and ADHD since they appear impulsive (their brain can process information faster) and they require movement to help keep them better focused.

8. Indigos are very intuitive, and may see hear or know things that seem unexplainable.

9. Indigos have more problems with food and environmental sensitivities, since their system is more finely tuned.

10. When their needs are not met, these children seem self centered and demanding, although this is not their true nature.

11. These children have incredible gifts and potential, but they may be shut down when not properly nurtured and accepted.

THIS is what an indigo child looks like in action!


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