Thursday, January 16, 2014

Supernatural Or Natural?... Guest Writer, The Poet Knight

Many of you reading this consider yourself an Indigo, or you know someone that is Indigo (or Crystal, Rainbow, Starseed, Lightworker, etc)... Just a label; humans like labels. It is the label that brings you to others with similar ideas and beliefs. No one is less than or better than others. Everyone has the capability of connecting with the higher self, so long as they are paying attention. 

Today's guest writer, The Poet Knight, shares with you his explanation of what it means to be Indigo.

By: The Poet Knight
What I am about to say may run counter to what many have been told to believe (or would like to believe). Please read it through and you’ll understand from whence I come.

We, as Indigos, do NOT have special powers. Yeah, I said it. You don’t have special powers.

You have HUMAN ABILITIES.

Some people were born with ability to run like the wind. Their physiology is such that, with no special training, they can set land speed records at will. Some are born with the strength of ten men. They grow up and, without spending a minute in the gym, can lift a Buick over their head. Some are born with astounding intelligence. They can do long division in their heads at the age of four and instinctually understand concepts that most couldn’t grasp with any amount of schooling. We were born with a highly-developed intuition.

That’s it. That’s all.

We all, as humans, get “hunches” or “gut feelings” from time to time, and they turn out to be right a disproportionate amount of the time. We, as Indigos, are more finally tuned to these feelings; we know them more readily when they strike and some of us can read them as we could a printed page in front of our eyes. It takes subtly different forms for each of us, but, in an attempt to put too fine a point on it, that is what it is.

As those who read the last blog that Mama Indigo was kind enough to publish will know, I am a police officer. I set out on this path long before I knew anything of Indigos, let alone knowing I was one, but early on in my career I noticed things. While walking foot patrol, I would pick up on things and notice tones of voice and patterns of movements. These things would jump out at me no matter how much was going on in the background. A bar owner in the area I patrolled commented to me that he and other business owners liked me because, as he put it, “when something happens, it’s like you come out of the wall and right into the middle of it.” Now, with years of experience under my belt and a better understanding of my abilities, I will sometimes picture a specific place in my mind and go there, only to find myself in the middle of a fight or some other criminal activity.

I’m not a wizard, not a warlock, not an alien being. I’m just a cop who’s in tune with his gut, who knows the energy of the city he protects, and who senses things others might not. And so it is with you in the path you’ve chosen in your own life.

Why do I feel this is important? If we, as Indigos, are going to serve human kind, to make this world a better place for human kind, we must not alienate or separate ourselves from human kind. We must do it from within, not from without. If you wish to serve humanity, the best way to do it is by being human.


Whether you have gut feelings (intuition), psychic visions, empathic senses, aura reading, telepathy, telekinesis, astral projection, clairsentience, clairvoyance, clairaudience, psychometry, channeling, remote viewing, or many other "supernatural" abilities, remember that these are NOT supernatural. Nor do these abilities work separately. The abilities are a natural part of you.
 
Trust your senses, let go of the labels and be your true authentic self, in ALL aspects of your life. Own up to your responsibilities and develop your character with integrity. Be love with kindness and compassion for all beings. Hold an attitude of gratitude and you will discover and walk YOUR path.

You are a unique piece of the universal consciousness.
Your authenticity is appreciated.