Millennials are the generation that were born on or near the cusp of the 21st Century, from the late 80’s and the 90’s all the way up to the very year 2000. Millennials have lived through immense technological growth and political shifts in their developmental years. They also have grown up in a time of great shift of spiritual energies. As explained in Convergence of Three Ages, the year of 2012 was a landmark for a number of ancient cycles ending and progressing forward towards a new Enlightenment. This means Millennials have been coming into awareness as fully fledged adults just as the world itself has been coming into awareness and shifting in the greatest paradigm since the time of Jesus Christ.
Because of this, Millennials—even those who do not view themselves as spiritual—are a part of the new interconnected world that is emerging. Modern technology means that we are globally connected at all times, and that words, thoughts, and intentions spread more rapidly and concretely than ever before. Millennials are more aware of other cultures and experiences, share global news instantaneously on social media, and have grown up in a world where the information and skills necessary to create have been made available to them through this global connection of the internet. Because of this, Millennials are savvy and continuously update their knowledge and skills. This can lead to an entitled or condescending attitude, or for unawakened Millennials, the opportunity to defraud those who do not understand the latest technologies or social networking. However, many Millennials share the intentions and desires of the previous generation: to work hard and to make the world a better place.
Many of the Baby Boomers are Indigos, or Indigo Scouts. Millennials bring the Indigo energy forth as well, they are the Indigo Warriors on the front lines of manifesting to change the world for the better. They pave the way for the next generation of Crystal Children and Rainbow Children, but the Indigo work is far from done. In order for the Indigo Mission to complete, both Baby Boomer Indigos and Millennials must combine their power and their understanding and stand together collectively.
Next week, we will explore how fully realized Millennial Indigos can contribute in the The Millennial In Their Power blog.