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Adult Indigos-Justifying Our Existence

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The Adult Indigos I am writing about are those who are currently forty or fifty. These are the late baby boomers, those born after WWII with parents who lived through the war and depression, either as adults or as children.

One thing that characterizes this generation is that they were taught that they had to have an education and a good job so that they would have a respectful life. Many of their parents worked hard to send their children to college and everyone wanted their child to become a doctor or a lawyer.

Their theme was to be a respectful person admired by others and to justify their existence through their social prestige, meaning their worth was determined by what they did or had.

Many adult Indigos tried to do that, work hard and save their money only to go through a long period of cyclical unemployment and financial hardship. Now many adult Indigos find themselves either out of work or in occupations they had not planned.

This has been hard on their wallets but even harder on their egos and they have had to reconsider their reason for working hard, often in professions they don’t like or ‘playing the game of prestige’ they didn’t believe in.

Many have decided to stop fighting and do what they want with their lives, realizing that they have gifts and talents to share with the world that may not be admired or appreciated by others, but are nevertheless important.

There is still some pressure to justify our existence, which has resurfaced in recent years. While there are people who play that game, the adult Indigos have decided that they don’t need a fancy title, money or degree to justify their existence.

Whether they made this decision willingly (by changing their career path) or unwillingly (by redundancy or unemployment), it is part of their nature to go against the tide of popular thought and they have had to experience this so that they can teach their own children. freedom to do and be what is natural to them, instead of justifying their existence by what they do.

It hasn’t been easy, but mature Indigos are beginning to awaken to who they are and gain the courage to move out of situations that no longer serve or satisfy them. If you are a mature Indigo and you feel this way, know that this is just the awakening process you are going through.

Try not to get caught up in the “I hate where I am now” feelings. Use it as a period to discover what you really want in your life and go after it. You have many gifts and talents, a drive for success and passion for what you believe in. this is youstrengths ; use them to create what you desire and share your gifts with the world.

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