The Difference Between Indigo Children, Adults and Lightworkers

Indigo Children / Adults have much to do with lightworkers, and sometimes they may seem even the same thing. In this article I will show you what these two groups of extremely special people really are and what the difference is between them.

What is an Indigo Child or Adult? Indigo Children and Adults are special souls that incarnate here from other planets or dimensions. They are in this world, but they are not of it. There is a marked difference in their level of vibration to the vibrations of normal Earth souls. Contrary to what many people are saying nowadays, I believe indigos to make up no more than 0.1% of the world’s population, possibly less.

Lightworkers are souls who decide to dedicate themselves to raising this world up in vibration. They are not solely indigo children and adults, though they often are. A high level of vibration is needed to sincerely desire to heal the Earth, at the very least an open heart which most Earth souls don’t have. Some Earth souls, nevertheless, achieve a level of vibration equivalent to the indigo soul’s vibration in the space of a single lifetime, and choose to take up a place in the healing of this Earth. The difference between those people and indigo children / adults is that indigo children / adults have a higher vibration at the soul level. Free will is a constant for all levels of vibration but when an indigo child / adult gets tied up in negative energies, they will tend to feel even more unhappy than a normal person, which will push them even stronger than a normal person to raise their vibration. On the other hand to reach a higher level of vibration an Earth soul may need to use a sustained effort which isn’t necessary for an indigo child or adult. In this way indigo children / adults tend towards a different equilibrium, so to speak, and are much more likely to reach the vibration at which they can feel a strong desire to help out the Earth in its plight.



Source by Andrew Gubb

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