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    I'd had people describe me in ways similar to what i'd heard about indigo
    before. I saw something that looked like an aura around me in a photogr-
    aph like the blue was kind of off to the side and right around me was kind
    of turqouiser looking because of how the sun hit. only time i've ever seen
    an aura in my life. i'm kind of glad i don't typically see them because that
    would kind of take the fun out of getting to know people seeing their aura
    and being able to look up what it meant.

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    Some people see those as easy as you can see colour in the world, so they do know yours...
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    "Some people see those as easy as you can see colour in the world, so they do know yours..."
    Amargith, is there something you would like to tell us...

    Ooh, I should start a new thread on something...

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    that was an interesting special they had about that on tv one time it makes
    you feel like its more normal than it seems for some people to have exceedi-
    ngly good memories to retain information and details and all that. I don't al-
    ways get imagaes or dreams and that kind of stuff as frequently these days
    since I've been busier and had so much in my mind and have been learning so
    many other things its kind of pushed those out of my mind somewhat but so-
    metimes before things get crazy and rushed I will have this lingering feeling
    that something is off-kilter but its nothing you can put your finger on because
    everything seems calm at the moment then a few days later something comes
    up and you think 'gee I knew how things had been going seemed too smooth
    to be true'. I didn't start to think anything of it until I was older like 'wait a
    minute I'm a rational person that likes to read and look stuff up for fun and
    I've always been level headed'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    "Some people see those as easy as you can see colour in the world, so they do know yours..."
    Amargith, is there something you would like to tell us...

    Ooh, I should start a new thread on something...
    No, not really...
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    When I first read about Indigo/Crystal children I was shocked at much I did/still do fit the 'criteria' for them, but I haven't really looked up on it much since. It was just nice to know that somewhere out there, there were other children/adults that felt the same way that I did. (I always thought I was abnormal with the fantasy world thing)

    Does anyone think that INFPs would be the most likely to be an indigo child than the others?

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    Sounds like a description of INFJ kids.

    Still bs though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soar337 View Post
    When I first read about Indigo/Crystal children I was shocked at much I did/still do fit the 'criteria' for them, but I haven't really looked up on it much since. It was just nice to know that somewhere out there, there were other children/adults that felt the same way that I did. (I always thought I was abnormal with the fantasy world thing)

    Does anyone think that INFPs would be the most likely to be an indigo child than the others?
    are you a child or an adult? there are adults claiming they are indigos now.

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    I'm sixteen. I'm just wondering if the indigo labeling was actually just an answer to many INFP children being born at once. Could have been.

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