Indigo Children Test

Indigo Children Test

>They are born feeling and knowing they are special and should be revered.

>Feels like an Alien on this planet.

>These children are more confident and have a higher sense of self-worth.

>Absolute authority, the kind with no choices, negotiation, or input from them does not sit well. The educational system is a good example.

>Resistance to Authority, Structure, and Hierarchy.

>Some of the rules we so carefully followed as children seem silly to them and they fight them.

>Rigid ritualistic systems are considered archaic to an indigo child. They feel everything should be given creative thought.

>They are insightful and often have a better idea of method then what has been in place for years. This makes them seem like “system busters.”

>Adults often view an indigo as anti-social unless they are with other indigos. Often they feel lost and misunderstood, which causes them to go within.

>The old control methods like, “Wait till your father gets home,” has no effect on these children.

>The fulfillment of their personal needs is important to them, and they will let you know.

>Strong willed.


>Creative in many ways.

>Prone to addictions because of feeling so different and misunderstood.

>An “old soul” as if they’re 10 going on 40.

>Intuitive or psychic, possibly with a history of seeing angels or deceased people.

>An isolationist, either through aggressive acting-out, or through fragile introversion.

>Independent and proud, even if they’re constantly asking you for money.

>Possess a deep desire to help the world in a big way.

>A high dislike for routines or traditions.

>Wavers between low self-esteem and grandiosity.

>Gets bored easily.

>Can easily tell when someone is lying.

>Highly intuitive.

>Loners because they can’t spend much time around negative people.

>Been Diagnosed with ADD, ADHD.

>Prone to insomnia and other sleep related problems.

>Experiences depression on a regular basis.

>Looks for real, deep, and lasting friendships. Superficial relationships will not suffice for an Indigo.

>Loves nature and especially animals.

>Can’t be in tight, crowded work or living situations.

>Highly Sexual and creative in the bedroom.

>Abhors traditions like marriage, kids, monogamy, 9 to 5 cubicle life.


>Tendency towards vegetarianism.

>Faster internal rhythm than normal people.

>Tendency to have harsh childhoods.

Test yourself and quiz your friends and see how many indigo adult characteristics you have! (

  • Are intelligent, though may not have had top grades.
  • Are very creative and enjoy making things.
  • Always need to know WHY, especially why they are being asked to do something.
  • Had disgust and perhaps loathing for much of the required and repetitious work in school.
  • Were rebellious in school in that they refused to do homework and rejected authority of teachers, OR seriously wanted to rebel, but didn’t DARE, usually due to parental pressure.
  • May have experienced early existential depression and feelings of helplessness. These may have ranged from sadness to utter despair. Suicidal feelings while still in high school or younger are not uncommon in the Indigo Adult.
  • Have difficulty in service-oriented jobs. Indigos resist authority and caste system of employment.
  • Prefer leadership positions or working alone to team positions.
  • Have deep empathy for others, yet an intolerance of stupidity.
  • May be extremely emotionally sensitive including crying at the drop of a hat (no shielding) or may be the opposite and show no expression of emotion (full shielding).
  • May have trouble with RAGE.
  • Have trouble with systems they consider broken or ineffective, i.e. political, educational, medical, and legal.
  • Alienation from or anger with politics – feeling your voice won’t count and/or that the outcome really doesn’t matter.
  •  Frustration with or rejection of the traditional American dream – 9-5 career, marriage, 2.5 children, house with white picket fence, etc.
  • Anger at rights being taken away, fear and/or fury at “Big Brother watching you.”
  • Have a burning desire to do something to change and improve the world. May be stymied what to do. May have trouble identifying their path.
  • Have psychic or spiritual interestappear fairly young – in or before teen years.
  • Had few if any Indigo role models. Having had some doesn’t mean you’re not an indigo, though.
  • Have strong intuition. * Random behavior pattern or mind style – (symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder). May have trouble focusing on assigned tasks, may jump around in conversations.
  • Have had psychic experiences, such as premonitions, seeing angels or ghosts, out of body experiences, hearing voices.
  • May be electrically sensitive such as watches not working and street lights going out as you move under them, electrical equipment malfunctioning and lights blowing out.
  • May have awareness of other dimensions and parallel realities.
  • Sexually are very expressive and inventive OR may reject sexuality in boredom or with intention of achieving higher spiritual connection. May explore alternative types of sexuality.
  • Seek meaning to their life and understanding about the world May seek this through religion or spirituality, spiritual groups and books, self-help groups and books.
  • When they find balance they may become very strong, healthy, happy individuals.

***Please note, anyone could have a few of these traits, but Indigo Adults have most or all of these 25 characteristics.***

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