Different Types of Indigo People

Different-Types-Of-Indigo-PeopleThe world around us is evolving rapidly and making its way towards the New Earth, and one of the biggest forms of evolution are the indigo children and adults. These  “special children” who were first identified in the early 70’s. These individuals are found throughout the world, defying all geographical and cultural barriers. Indigo people can be “categorized” into four different types, based on their traits.

Indigo Humanist:

These types of indigo grow up to become doctors, teachers, nurses, lawyers, politicians, businessmen, and salespeople. They work directly with the masses, and they have good verbal skills and exhibit friendly behavior. This makes them very effective communicators in whichever profession they choose. They are avid readers, and these children tend to take part in everything, hence they are jack of all trades.

Indigo Conceptual:

The indigos who belong to this category usually become architects, astronauts, pilots, scientists and engineers. They tend to get involved in more than one project at once, and they think more from the head, than the heart. They usually have sturdy athletic abilities to balance their sharp intelligence. The indigo children have a tendency to get attracted towards addiction and parents should take care of this at an early stage.

Indigo Artist:

These people exhibit artistic qualities and they are creative in nature. They excel in creating excellent stuff in whatever they choose to endorse. Such children will grow up to become writers, poets, designers, actors, teachers, artists, painters and musicians. These individuals will try a lot of genres to identify the field that suits they best. For instance, indigo artists may pursuit artistic genres such as printmaking, pottery, mixed media, watercolors, sculpture, and graphic arts, before they settle down with something that they are masters at.

Indigo Inter-dimensional:

The indigo inter-dimensional will usually exhibit an attitude as if they know everything. Even at an early age, the indigo children surprise their parents and teachers by saying things like ‘I already knew this’ or ‘I can do this’ etc. Sometimes, their superior behaviors might be misunderstood but they are actually thinkers who have vast knowledge. They tend to bring up new ways to spiritual practices which may be different from the conventional.

The biggest struggle of the indigo people is identifying their own personality. Indigo people should connect and communicate with other indigos to realize their powers and understand their traits.

What Are The Most Common Indigo Traits?

Indigo children and indigo adults are special people, however sometimes they themselves do not realize that they are bestowed with superior abilities. While growing up, indigo children are exposed to metaphysics in their life, and this might lead to personal misunderstanding. Some of the common Indigo traits are mentioned below:

Defiant and stubborn behavior: The indigo children may demonstrate a defiant behavior in a quiet or expressive manner. They might also be very stubborn in nature and not listen to others.

Highly sensitive: Although indigo people are at a higher state in regards to all senses, however this is more visible in case of emotional sensitivity. Many indigo people find it difficult to tolerate loud music in theaters or concerts. However this doesn’t apply to listening to soft music in person.

Depression syndrome: Besides being emotionally sensitive, indigos also have a common tendency to get depressed. This form of depression arises from not being able to realize their actual powers and not having any association with other indigo people. When they find themselves different from others and are unable to confide in someone, they suffer loneliness, resulting in depression. All parents in the world should read about the misdiagnosis of gifted children here!

Far sightedness: Indigo people have the ability to see beyond what is apparent on the surface. They can see the truth and be able to judge a person beyond the exterior self. They share deep and meaningful relationships with other people, and they are not very attached to materialistic things.

System revolts: These people do not pay much heed to the systems and they will break down any system if that doesn’t make sense to them. The bold indigo children do not hesitate to ask questions to their teachers in school and revolt against any rule that does not serve an authentic purpose. The quiet and shy ones will usually suffer in silence, and this will not be apparent to others.

An alien feel: Many indigo feel like they do not belong to this planet. Sometimes an indigo child might feel like he/ she is not perfectly fit in the school or family, hence feel “alienated”. They have the tendency to relocate in search of places that feels more like home, they usually go in the search for their own place soon after they become adults.