Lonely Are The Indigos

Indigos feel lonely because we don't feel like that we're even from here (Earth). We often question why we would even come here and assume that we must have made a wrong turn somewhere. We often struggle to find our place in this world with systems we don't want to be a part of. We're never going to quit fit in. Our lives are never going to look  like anyone else's. Indigos don't seem to be like other people or care about the same things. We're waiting for our soul family to come and find us.

For example, when I was studying abroad in London one summer, our class was scheduled to meet somewhere off campus. Before leaving the dorms, I had asked someone at the front desk for directions. Apparently no one else did! Because no one from my class got off the tube when I did. Not one person said a thing or came with me. They just watched me exit and let me go on my way.

I got to the meeting point and no one was there. I was just standing there by myself waiting and waiting. I started to panic and second guess myself. Maybe I fucked up and they had all gotten there before me and already left without me. I started to walk around searching the streets looking for anyone from class. By the time I got back to where we were supposed to meet, everyone was there now and I looked like I had gotten there last.

But I was first and right all along! I knew the quickest way to get where we were going and did. And yet, it ends up looking like they were right and I was wrong. I should have just kept with the herd.

This is how my entire life feels. Like I'm way out ahead and nobody is here with me. I've already got to where we're all going and I'm standing here by myself waiting for the others to show up. 

It's so frustrating.


"You are a ring-bearer, Frodo. To bear a ring of power is to be alone. This task was appointed to you. And if you do not find a way, no one will."
- Galadriel, The Fellowship of the Ring

Indigos are usually the first ones in their families and friends to "wake up." This can feel extremely isolating. The higher your vibe the smaller your tribe.

We're speaking different languages. We're experiencing completely different realities. We're running on different software. We have advanced programming and are trying to operate in a slow buggy world.

Indigos have one foot in the spiritual realm and the other in the physical. We are straddling dimensions and trying to connect them.

It's hard for Indigos to stay grounded. Being out in nature is our refuge. You'll often find us out in the woods, climbing mountains, or near the water. We tend to spend more time with nature and animals than with people.

Indigos are truth seekers. We're contemplative and introspective. 

We're often immersed in trying to understand our existence through personal growth and self-awareness.

Indigos have higher perspectives from your average person and can see outside the box. This makes small talk and conversations with those stuck with old perspectives quite unbearable and just adds to our feelings of being alone in this world.

Indigos despise small talk and shallow conversations. We'd rather talk about who you are as a person. What are your core beliefs and where did they come from? What's happened to you in your life? Why are you the way you are?

We want to know your suggestions for solving the world's problems and how we should implement them. We think about the puppet masters and ways to take them down. We want to wake everyone up.

Indigos can feel quite lonely being in a room full of people talking about pointless shit. It's also incredibly draining.


Indigos experience life as the observer rather than the participant.

Indigos are both appalled and fascinated by social norms. We don't partake in a lot of "normal" activities. Extreme socializing often leads us drained and depressed.

Indigos tend to withdraw and do things on our own. Not because we want to, but just because we don't have someone to do something with doesn't mean that we're not going to do them. We're going with or without you.

We would love to be around like-minded people. Who doesn't want to hang out with people that are compatible? 

But, we'd rather be alone then with fake people doing stupid things that don't matter.


Indigos want to be with their tribe.

Indigos yearn for a conscious community. We are sensitive. Is sucks to be around people that don't care about the things that we do.

Indigos suffer from loneliness and depression because we're so outside the norms. We see things others can't. We care about things others don't. We want to change things others won't.

We feel the weight of the world on our shoulders. We have big jobs to do and get little to no support. We get overwhelmed with this sense of duty to change the world while also being expected to earn a living. This can lead to anxiety.

As we and the Earth go through ascension, our bodies are continuously undergoing often painful and tiring cellular upgrades. As the vibrations increase within us and on Earth, our body has to go through an upgrade to hold the new frequency. No one seems to understand what we are going through or even believe it.

Indigos often live lives that are rather unconventional. This can breed resentment and sometimes hostility from those people who are playing the 3D game and doing what they're supposed to do, to be "normal". They gave up their dreams to live a life of security.

We rarely obtain the approval from others. We are frequently the "black sheep". Other people view your life through the lens they see themselves. Remember, that it's not you, the person, that people don't like - it's the stories they've created of you.

We just want to be around our people, have deep connections, and make a difference. We have to be willing to keep on our path, even if we are alone. If we don't find a way, no one will.

*This article is always one of my top 3 most read pages every single month for years now. So know that there are lots of us out there. We're in this together, separately. Check out Metatron's message to those that feel alone.


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