Indigos are usually highly intuitive, psychic, honest, aware, independent, fearless, strong willed, and sensitive. Indigos seem like old souls who know things beyond their years. They often appear androgynous – so beautiful it’s difficult to tell if they are male or female. Indigos are extraordinarily truthful. They cannot be coerced into doing anything they do not believe in. Although Indigos can be powerful and self-confident, they are also very sensitive. Many people (Violets especially) believe they are Indigos - they relate to the Indigo qualities so strongly, they have added Indigo into their aura.
In power (positive qualities), Indigos are bright, creative, intuitive, and independent. They live life from higher principles. They feel that all life should be honored and treated with integrity, compassion and love. They follow their inner knowing. They understand advanced spiritual concepts more easily than most do.
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Out of power, Indigos feel isolated and misunderstood. They can lose touch with their inner knowing and become frightened and disoriented. Hypersensitive, they can feel overwhelmed so they withdraw inside for protection, turn to drugs and alcohol, and become depressed, anxious, hyperactive, or self-destructive.
Indigos are typically loyal, trustworthy, and monogamous partners. These unique beings relate on a soul-to-soul basis with their partners. They need complete honesty and to know that they are being respected, listened to, and loved unconditionally - which they willingly give in return. They need partners who support their spiritually advanced thinking, who are nurturing, dedicated, and understanding while allowing them their independence. Indigos are gentle and committed partners who prefer their spouses first be best friends and companions, then lovers.
Michael Jackson is an example of an Indigo/Violet.
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