Anonymous asked in Society & CultureMythology & Folklore · 1 decade ago

Do some Indigo Teens become mean over time?

Do some Indigo Teens become mean over time?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Indigo chid is a horrible euphemism for pampered spoilt brats in my experience, limited as that is. If a child is mean, then they will be a mean teen.

    In the New Age movement, indigo children are children who are believed to represent a higher state of human evolution. The term itself is a reference to the belief that such children have an indigo-colored aura.

    Beliefs concerning the exact nature of indigo children vary, with some believing that they have paranormal abilities such as the ability to read minds, and others that they are distinguished from non-indigo children merely by more conventional traits such as increased empathy and creativity.

    There is no scientific support for these claims.

    The term indigo children originates from the 1982 book Understanding Your Life Through Color, by Nancy Ann Tappe, a self-styled synesthete and psychic, who claimed to possess the ability to perceive human auras. She wrote that during the mid 1960s she began noticing that many children were being born with indigo auras. Today she estimates that 60% of people age 14 to 25 and 97% of children under ten are "indigo."

    The idea of indigo children was later popularized by the 1998 book The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived, written by the husband-and-wife team of Lee Carroll and Jan Tober. According to Carroll he learned about the concept of indigo children while channeling a being known as Kryon, Master angelic energy. Tober has said that she and Carroll do not talk much about Kryon in interviews because they see this as being a potential barrier to reaching more mainstream audiences that exist outside of the New Age movement. Imagine that?!


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