They are right-brain oriented, and are generally attracted to right-brain pursuits such as music, art, writing and spirituality. They love crystals and reiki and meditation and yoga.
They are very passionate and intensely loyal to their friends, of whom they often have many. They believe in honesty and communication in relationships. They are often baffled by dishonesty and manipulation and other forms of selfish behavior deemed normal by their elders.
Their attitude towards money is either to reject it as unnecessary or to be very aware of its power and to seek, often successfully, to create affluence for themselves.
A key feature of Indigos is often anger. They will not be ordered around by so-called “authority figures”. On a deep level, Indigos do not recognize “authority“. They know we are all equal, and so they are enraged by those who assume authority and behave dictatorially, whether they are parents, teachers or bosses.
This is where they are important as teachers – they are teaching us to own our own power and to respect ourselves, by not giving away our power to those who demand it.
They are teaching us further to value our creative and spiritual selves and not to place so much value on material success.