|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on January 12, 2011 at 9:35 PM|
In this society, media is quite important for the adolescent. Being part of the “In” crowd, knowing trends, and who’s who in the celebrity circuit can definitely impact peer relationships.
So, when my mom pulled the cable on the television, I thought my world caved in. It’s been 2 years with no TV. And guess what? I survived. I wouldn’t say that I thrived, but yes, I see that my life is definitely going in the right direction.
No more mindless hours of watching mindless shows. No more vegging out on the couch with junk food, mesmerized by the boob tube.
Ask me what’s going on in the latest TV show or world events, and most of the time, I’m the last one to know. But actually this is a good thing. Most of the information on the television is heart wrenching, fear based and totally ungrounding.
It’s pretty much information that will not serve me on any healthy level. Instead, I focus on my heart centered puppy, my school work, my healing work, my immediate family and friends, and my goals. And all of this encompasses my overwhelming Gratitude for this blessed life that I have.
Hind sight is always 20/20. And I can see clearly now that the chaos of TV has been removed from the household. And more importantly, there is no more fighting over the remote control.
It’s nice to have a more peaceful home.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on September 30, 2010 at 10:15 PM|
Indigos are known to have emotional sensitivities. And they are notorious for being able to “read” people and their true nature. So even if you think nothing of the conversation you may have had with an Indigo, be assured that the Indigo is seeing the conversation on a whole other level.
I went to the store to run some errands. When I returned home to my apartment building, there was a new doorman awaiting my arrival. He smiled at me with that “fake kissing up to your employer” smirk. He asked me who I was. I said my name, apartment number, and then explained that I had just moved in. He responded “with?”
I again repeated my original answer. He again said “with?” At this point, it occurred to me that he thought I was a little kid and that I lived with my parents, not that I was over the age of 21, legally able to vote and drink. Not wanting to express the real anger I had for this guy, I just responded “with my parents.” He said okay, and I trotted down the hallway to the elevators.
Before this encounter, I would notice all the great things about my new building. The huge elegant lobby and the shiney marble floors in the lobby hallway. After this encounter, the halls looked shabby and the elevators archaic.
Maybe most people would think nothing of my conversation with the doorman and say that I am taking the situation way too personally. Or maybe they would say that I look like I am fourteen and dress even younger, so or course the doorman would assume I live with my parents.
But I am not MOST people. I am an Indigo. I can tell when someone is being phony, like the doorman with his fraudulent smile. I hate it when people make assumptions, like the doorman did with me about living with my parents. And lastly, I loathe it when people talk down to me, like the doorman did in his tone of voice.
I can tell the difference when people are being genuine and when people are being fake. When you know who you are, you will see quickly who other people aren't.
As an Indigo, do you have any stories, where someone said something uncariing and harmless, yet it affected you on a deep level. We sensitive souled people need to support each other. Feel free to share your tale of arrogance from others, or better yet, any technique for dealing with these tactless people who say the most condescending things.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on September 21, 2010 at 10:05 PM|
As a first time dog owner, and as a former scaredy-cat of dogs, you could say that co-habitating with a dog is a "big deal". When Celeste first came into my life, I did not fully appreciate how extraordinary she was. At that time, I was just getting used to her barking and getting her potty trained. When I actually started to talk to her telepathically, I learned that she had great secrets and insights to share about life.
When I was walking Celeste in the park one day, I started to prepare to talk to her. To even try to talk to her, I had to get extremely heart centered. She told me to breathe in deeply, in through my nose and out through my mouth. As I changed my breathing, the trees started to connect to me energetically. First, it was through their branches to my branches (arms). Then the trees connected to my legs, through their legs (roots).
I started to see a holographic grid pattern overlapping the actual trees. The grid was not on one tree but connected to all the trees and grass. As I became more heart centered, I saw that the grid was connecting to us as well. The quote that I have often heard my mom say, finally clicked: “We are all one.”
And we are.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on September 19, 2010 at 10:05 PM|
My first conversation as an animal communicator was with our male Red-Eared-Slider. His name is Theodore-The-Turtle or T Cubed. We rescued (bought) him in Chinatown on September 11, 2005. He was our 9-11 miracle and our proclamation of moving forward amidst the 9-11 somber memorial that was ongoing in NYC.
During 2005, I was just discovering my gifts. The possibility of talking to animals was never brought up. But one day, the question was asked “So, can you talk to Theodore?” My reply was, “I don’t know, I have never tried. But I will.” So, that is exactly what I did. Well, we had a great conversation about his diet and what he needed from us, his owners. From that moment forward, we have had meaningful and thoughtful talks.
In the summer of 2009, my family and I went on a long distance vacation. Theodore and Celeste (my yorkipoo) were not with us, as they were being babysat back at home.
My family went on a short day excursion, but I did not feel well so I stayed in our hotel room. I turned on the TV, and went flipping through the channels. The movie “Dr. Dolittle 3” caught my eye. I had seen the previous Dr. Dolittle movies with Eddie Murphy, and I had also seen the original “Doctor Dolittle” (from 1967) with my parents many years ago. Though I had liked the Dolittle movies, I had never resonated with them. You would think I would love them since they are about a person who can talk to animals. But I am not a male or a middle aged doctor. I am a young female just discovering my own intuitive gifts. In the “Dr. Dolittle 3,” the main character is Maya Dolittle (Dr. Dolittle’s daughter). She is a young teenage girl and learns to accept her gift of "talking to the animals".
By the time my family had returned, I had watched “Dr. Dolittle 3” three times in a row. I had found her character to be someone I could relate to. She portrayed someone who was intelligent, gifted, and functioning on this Earthly plane. She also had to deal with how her friends would treat her if they knew she could talk to animals. Wow. I could really relate to that.
To this day, I will watch this movie any time I need a reminder that it is alright to be so young, female, educated and gifted. She was an excellent role model for me at a time that I really needed one.
So I would like to encourage any young people who are reading this that it is okay to be who you are. Own it and share it. We need some more healthy role models. And also please share your stories about animal communication. We can all learn from each other.
Dr. DoLittle 3 Trailer
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on September 12, 2010 at 10:00 PM|
An easy way to stay present is to list all the current things you are grateful for.
This list does not have to be complicated with the extravagant things you own. You can start with the fact that you have eyes to read this Blog. And your fingers are nimble enough to work a keyboard on the computer that took you here. Most people take for granted the simplest things in life. By taking assessment of the grandeur of you, you can start to see the miracles in your life.
I find making this list before I go to bed, really helpful. Bedtime is a vulnerable time for our mind. Our mind can start to blame and criticize us for what we did or did not do during the day. It can seem to have no censoring system, leaving no fault of ours left unturned. If we let our minds take control, I bet it would go further than just today. With this list, we can train our mind via new electrical neuron pathways to have gratitude for the day’s events.
I also find this list helpful to make whenever I sense a low frequency energy in my room. Gratitude is a high frequency. When we get our entire consciousness on this good vibration, the low frequency can not tolerate it, and it will leave. Think of it as a really cheerful person saying “Good morning” to a grouchy person. The grouch usually can not stand how joyful the other person is and will either change its own vibration to match, or eventually separate itself from the happy person.
Another plus to this list is the use of the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction states that what you think about, is what you will attract into your life. So if you are grateful for all the good things and people in your life you will just get more of that vibration.
Final thought would be to think happy thoughts to attract more happiness.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on August 30, 2010 at 9:55 PM|
My mom and I are in Portland, Oregon this week. It’s a big difference from NYC.
The trees are everywhere and the grass feels like the most luxurious shag carpeting. It’s been a beautiful week with beautiful weather.
This change in environment has been very therapeutic for us. Every day we have run barefoot on the grass and literally hugged a tree. Lots of detox and grounding going on.
Today we met a tree who insisted his name was Fred. We laid on the grass with our feet on the tree, and breathed deeply. As we were relaxing, I noticed that there was a tree grid. It was green, spider webby, and interconnected with the other trees. It was an exhilarating feeling to feel so grounded and protected by the trees.
The message from Fred, was that being still is healing. We should all take time to enjoy the simple pleasures of nature. And this will bring us to a state of gratitude.
It is so important to quiet the mind. If you cannot quite master the art of going within through meditation, then going out and becoming one with the earth, will definitely be a close second.
When we finished our nature connection, we were totally energized and yet very relaxed. It was therapeutic on many levels. But with all that, there’s still no place like home. I can’t wait to hug Celeste (my puppy).
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on July 30, 2010 at 9:45 PM|
Everyone knows that pets can have a positive effect on your health. Studies show that they help us fight depression, lower our blood pressure, reduce stress and prevent heart disease. Pets do this by showing us unconditional love.
This elusive unconditional love is so hard to find in everyday life. Most everyone we know is usually judging us. “You’re too fat, too skinny, too pretty, too ugly, too nice, too mean, too trusting, too suspicious…….” Even if it is your own family. They love you but they judge you. Especially when they are comparing you to someone else. You get the point.
It’s nice to come home and know that your pet will be waiting for you with its tail wagging or perhaps it will be splashing around in its tank. Because pets are so loving, they keep us owners heart centered. And being heart centered is so important to staying grounded. And being grounded will keep you present in the here and now. And being present in the here and now will make you make you less sensitive to whatever is going on around you.
Our beautiful pet is Celeste.
She is a 2 year old Yorkie- poo. The nice thing about Celeste is that she has helped Diandra expand her Indigo skills. In essence, become a junior Dr. Doolittle. The two of them can spend hours together talking about life.This really comes in handy when one of them has had a stressful day and needs a non-judgmental friend to talk to.
I urge anyone who feels alone on this path of life, to find a pet that you resonate with. Indigos or not, we all need to be heart centered and present. A loving pet will help you get there.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on July 19, 2010 at 9:40 PM|
Wow. What a concept. Yes, hug a tree! Try it for 15 minutes straight and see if you don't feel like a new person.
Don't have a tree in your backyard? Then just lay on the grass and rub your bare feet and hands into the earth.
Dont have a backyard? We dont either. Find a park nearby with a patch of grass or soil, and you're ready to go.
Don't have a park? Yes it can be tough for us urbanites.
Well, believe this: being barefoot on the concrete will detox sensory overload more than standing there with your shoes on.
One of the biggest disservices to humankind is wearing shoes all day. They literally insulate you from Mother Earth and leave you in a place of disconnect. Not a good scenario if you are an Indigo.
It doesn't have to always be grass or soil or concrete. The beach sand is good, or even standing barefoot on large rocky ground. Anything that will get your shoes and socks off and have you connect directly to the earth.
This simple act of being one with the the Earth, will be a good grounding meditation and it should leave you feeling focused, refreshed and strong in your physical and mental body.
The element of earth allows us to connect with our inner wisdom and strength. Mother Earth provides the feminine nurturing energy. And ALL of us can use an extra nurturing mother.
In rituals, earth is used as an element to help us to stay grounded, and give us stability. Earth is made fruitful by all the other elements and is the center and foundation of all things in our life. The planet Earth is the foundation of our lives but the element of earth also exists in the form of energy that is around us and within us. It is important to draw on that grounding, nourishing energy on a regular basis to stay well.
Connecting with nature is so important for Indigos. It will allow you to feel the rhythm of your home planet and to discharge emotional overload. Mother Earth will help you, but only if you let her.
|Posted by EnlightenedIndigoChild on June 25, 2010 at 9:25 PM|
Nature is so important in our lives, yet most of us take it for granted. As a sensitive person, you need to unload energetic toxins. These are the toxins picked up from EMF waves- cell phones, computers, microwaves,TVs and just about all electrical appliances. They can also be picked up by being in the presence of low frequency people and environments.
If these toxins are not released on a regular basis, they will accumulate and cause serious damage to your physical and mental health. It will definitely produce sensory overload, creating all kinds of diverse symptoms.
Release of these toxins is best achieved by connecting to Mother Earth. It is good to run barefoot in the grass, soil or sand. Perhaps even jump into the ocean (literally) and let the salt water wash away all the stresses of the day. If this is not possible, try salt baths at home. Use of sea salt or Himalayan salt is usually best for this. Holding onto large houseplants or grounding stones for 10 to 15 minutes a day will also help you to feel more centered and well.
We hope this is helpful. If you have other good ideas. feel free to share with this community board.
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Have you been feeling off lately?
It may have started a little before Thanksgiving Day and then escalated on that Thursday or Friday morning, since the planets around us were in a very unusual alignment on those days. Besides being in Mercury Retrograde, we are also experiencing unusual amounts of solar flares.
Solar Flare Activity
A solar flare is a magnetic storm on the Sun which appears as a very bright spot and a gaseous surface eruption. Solar flares release huge amounts of high energy particles and gases that are tremendously hot. They are ejected thousands of miles from the surface of the Sun. And there appears to be a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biology.
The prophecies of the Mayan elders speak of a changing paradigm during our era. The words of the Maya say that we are now in a time of “change and conflict”. The change is coming from the "outside” in the way of weather, natural phenomena, celestial disturbance (sun flares) and manmade self-inflicted trauma. The conflict comes from the ‘inside’ in the way of personal challenge, grief, bewilderment, depression, anxiety, and fear. It is said we are at a time of choosing a new path, deciding on a new self and community direction, venturing into the unknown, finding our true identity of being. Others will choose to stay on the same road, stay with the familiar, and place great effort to maintain “predictability".
The photonic (sun) energy now coming to Earth, is affecting our biology and our minds. Our thoughts create our reality (Law of Attraction) so it is important that we focus on what we want, rather than we don’t want. Otherwise, we will manifest more of what we don’t want. If you are in the process of change and transformation (who isn’t?), this solar energy may work well for you. On the other hand, if you are stuck in the past through grief and anger, you will simply manifest more reasons to remain stuck in victimization until you are ready to release it. So it is really important to be conscious and think positive to manifest more positive outcomes.
Solar flares are very disruptive to those of us who are sensitive: tiredness, dizziness, hearing issues, shakiness, feeling ungrounded, floaty, nauseous, vertigo, anxiety, depression, hot flashes and difficulty breathing. This is the short list.
This morning I woke up shaky. No matter how much water or nourishment I put in my body, I still felt like I was trembling. For a couple of days, my mom has had bouts of vertigo and feeling like she was in an echo chamber, in addition to spaciness and hot sweats. (No, she doesn't have an ear infection).
Being the healers that we are, we cleared the karmic issues with people, places and things, used acupressure and plants to ground, took salt baths, ate grounding foods like beets, carrots, and turnips and used chakra balancing tuning folks thinking that would help. These techniques gave some relief, but only to a certain degree.
I channeled into the goddess energy to get some assistance. I spoke to Kali and Isis. They both said that the Earth was going through some radical shifts. Their recommendations were to stay grounded, eat really healthy, and connect with the grid (http://enlightenedindigochild.webs.com/apps/blog/show/4821343-the-indigo-grid).
You can read our many other blogs on these topics (grounding, eating healthy) for more information. We’re doing the best we can. And we hope this information assists you through this transition period.
Below are some other websites that explain the solar flares and their implications. We know that this will be helpful at this challenging time.
Sending much peace and healing energy to you and Mother Earth.