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About ten years ago, my former mother-in-law asked me if I had ever heard of the Indigo children. I told her I had not. She explained that the reason for the question was because she believed I was one of ‘them’. Naturally, I was intrigued.

After reading the characteristics of Indigos, I felt a connection to many of the qualities they exhibit: rebelliousness, empathy, and the ability to ‘sense’ the truth in others, just to name a few. Yet, pretty quickly, I shoved the entire conversation to the back of my mind. I wasn’t yet spiritually grown up enough to know what to do with this information.

Then about a year ago, I met a man through an online dating service who surprised me on our very first date by posing the same question to me that my mother-in-law had nine years prior. This second clue into my nature peaked my curiosity, and I started researching more not only about Indigos, but Crystal and Rainbow children as well. It wasn’t long before I realized being an Indigo was part of my personality.

My research turned up a lot of great information on Indigo character traits, and inspired me to pen a unified message for those of us who are interested in bringing about a whole new way of being in this world, free of chaos and full of peace.


The Indigo Manifesto

We are turning the world upside right.

We are replacing capitalism with cooperativism; divisiveness with connectivity; depravity with humanism.

We are healing the illness of greed with the power of Forgiveness.

We are putting money back in its place as a tool to help advance everyone, rather than as a measure of the worth of anyone.

We are not interested in fitting into this world, but in having it grow up.

We run ideas not through the filter of finance, but through the filter of our Souls.

We are using our resources to aid a record number of people in finding and fulfilling their purpose on Earth.


-Kirstie Ganobsik

Here are a few resources on Indigo, Crystal, and Rainbow children and adults that I found helpful:

Doreen Virtue: What are Indigo and Crystal Children and Adults?

Doreen Virtue: Indigo, Crystal and Rainbow Children

Indigo Life Center’s Weblog: Are You an Indigo Adult?

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