recently came across some notes I made after watching
a certain TV show. I neglected, however, to note the
name of the show or who produced it. My brief memo merely
reminds me that during the program, one of the participants
spoke about swimming with a dolphin named "Jean
Louise." He says that the dolphin was so superior
to him in her environment that she played with him like
he would play with a kitten. She picked the games and
she was the master of all of them. They communicated
through body language, making a clear effort to get
acquainted, and together they explored their environment
as children do, through playing games.
the subject, I attended a study group a few nights ago
with some friends who are deeply into new thought. I
was most interested in talking with a young lady of
20 whom I have known since I baptized her when she was
a baby. It became obvious early on that she is unusual.
She was born with the ability to see auras. She would
hold up her hand and ask me, "Can you see the light
around my fingers?" I could see nothing. Looking
at me in mock pity, she would shake her head, and sigh.
"It's so clear and bright," she would say.
"I don't understand how you can't see it!"
Very frustrating! She can also lay hands on a person
and tell where they are hurting, and then help relieve
their pain. I can't do that either. I think my spiritual
software is outdated. I hope the next time around I
get a newer version.
probably heard of the Indigo Children. They are significantly
different from all previous generations. The name indicates
the Life Color they carry in their auras and is indicative
of the Third Eye Chakra, which represents intuition
and psychic ability. Indigos have extreme levels of
sensitivity and giftedness. Their nonconformity to systems
and to discipline makes it difficult to work with them,
but it will also help them accomplish enormous goals,
such as changing the educational system. The Indigo
Children have come to raise the vibration level of our
planet and lead us to the next stage of human evolution!
once talked with a five-year-old girl who had just performed
what I considered a remarkable feat. I said to her,
"I couldn't do that." She looked at me with
a funny little shrug, and said, "I know. That's
because kids are smarter than grown-ups."
I can no longer hold my own with a 20-year-old whom
I once held as an infant, if a kindergartener already
knows she's more capable than I am, and if even a dolphin
is so superior in her own world that she might consider
me a somewhat retarded pet, how can I claim to know
all there is to know about God? Wisdom is rolling into
our world in tsunami-like waves, in the spirits and
minds of new generations, and these souls will take
our race to places which we can't yet imagine. The main
obstruction to an even faster rate of evolution comes
from adult generations who think they already know it
all, and who insist that their discredited methods will
eventually save the world.
John W. Sloat 2006