The Wake Up

Someone told me once that I'll always be waiting to wake up.  Most of my life has been spent in that place between awake and sleeping.  I'm comfortable here, it's warm and the world can wait for me.  I know that, the bigger place, outside of what I "know" what I am "aware" of, is much more grand and infinite than I can describe.

I feel like there is a responsibility that comes with being aware.  And the implications of that responsibility are scary.  If there is to be some kind of organizational movement.  Where does it begin?  Where does it end? 

I don't know if y'all have any experience with public education, but "education" is not the operative word.   More and more we see over diagnosis of ADD and ADHD, as well as depression, ptsd and anxiety.  Not only over diagnosis but incorrect diagnosis, and over medication. 

There is very little information on how those with the special capabilities and hyper-sensitivity of the indigo children should be educated.  Much less how to protect themselves from the almost abusive level of input and stimuli we are subjected to every day.  It is a scary world that we live in, terrifying to be awake in.  Lots and lots of questions.

PhillipWallace PhillipWallace
22-25, F
4 Responses Dec 29, 2007

I have just woken up, does any body else know how important we are? i mean im studying D.N.A structures and metatrons cube, and the ten dimensions all our memories and training is finally flooding in, because there is no way that this is coincidence.

our world is not **** up dont hate life and say it sucks. life challenges n struggles take tolls but rewards are always around the corner

Definitely dude and what we know / discover builds us into stronger and wiser humans. Our world is fu**ed up -- we all know it; but we have to struggle to achieve the greatest. When it comes to medication, and diagnoses... don't let anyone tell your what you are or if it's not acceptable. You are who you are. If you can balance your differences out then there's nothing to be worried about. It all works out for the best -- you don't need medicine. Life sucks; but medicine just makes it illusive -- it never goes away for real.

I agree that there is a responsibility that comes with being awake and aware. We're not given full access to our "power" until we can prove that we can use it responsibly. As we grow more enlightened, the more we're able to do. <br />
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Your point about education is excellent. That's why it's so important for older indigos to begin stepping forward and entering the scene, to help the little ones get through it. Who knows better how they're feeling in that closed little world, than those of us who have made it through?