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Old 22-06-2020, 12:08 AM
SpiritofZoe SpiritofZoe is offline
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Indigos Starseeds and transgender

I have a question for the Star children here... I myself am an early Indigo, 3rd wave of the 20th century, just prior to when some baby boomers started to notice their Indigo children and the term was popularized. It was hard for us, really hard..so hard I have a hard time understanding what it's like to be raised secure and fortunate and with a contemporary mindset of tolerance and compassion.

I was highly idealstic as a youth in the 80's. We were coming out of the 70's which came with a lot of idealism and few reality checks. But I came out of it all so completely fouled up that I can't comprehend what's worse and what's better for the youth of today.
I'm particularly interested in what Indigo, crystal or Starseed youth (say, under 30ish) have to say, assuming this forum has really no one on it who is under 30 and would not fit the characteristics of Indigos and Starseeds.
So I'm asking, what do you make of LGBT issues, and especially the struggles of transgender people in terms of spiritual development, past lives, old souls, karma, and the like? Do you have friends who are transgender?
How do you who are presumably more "enlightened" and informed than your more conventional peers, see your peers, your current generation as a whole on these topics? Are they far more tolerant, miraculously evolved and sympathetic? Or just a little more tolerant, just a little more awake? than 20 years ago or 30 years even.
I would love to read your thoughts 😉 on this.
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Old 09-07-2020, 12:23 AM
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Well I really didn't think the topic would be that allergenic. I had the impression the new counter culture of younger and younger Youth is very open and accepting. I could go on a tangent about what I think of this whole "Woke" meme as of late, but I won't.

So what if I just tell you, it's about my son. What would you think and/or do if you were the parent of a transgender child?
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Old 09-07-2020, 01:18 PM
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Hi,

I would give my child the love and support they desired from me.

Those who are truly awakened are kind towards everyone. It is not an intellectual thing. It is a way of being.

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Old 16-07-2020, 07:45 PM
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Religious people, especially the devoted ones will never hesitate to place their justice onto other people. Don't let them understand you. Don't attempt to be understood. Such thing does not exist. The only person who needs to understand each other is you towards yourself. It is you who strive to understand, not the other way round.

Otherwise, never ever share your views or your sexuality to others. Remember that humans are the most harmful creature in the world, who will degrade and harm each other for any reasons they can or cannot think of.

The world is full of traps. Every one you see and not see are there to harm you until you can prove they aren't. Hopefully, knowing this will save your life and status. I'm not exaggerating. I have seen a lot of these people around me, and is especially those who are close to me, including my own parents.
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Old 12-11-2020, 01:49 PM
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Well I really didn't think the topic would be that allergenic. I had the impression the new counter culture of younger and younger Youth is very open and accepting. I could go on a tangent about what I think of this whole "Woke" meme as of late, but I won't.

So what if I just tell you, it's about my son. What would you think and/or do if you were the parent of a transgender child?

Sounds like we are in the same age range. I have a daughter who recently informed everyone on facebook she is gender fluid I believe is the term now. It was interesting to me as a parent. I saw this name pop up in my feed, and it was curious because her last name is a blend of her and her wifes names, and I was sure it was a made up name, but here was a name that the first name was different but the last the same. When I clicked on it and started reading, I knew of course who it was and when I got the jist from the first few lines, I stopped reading.

My first instinct was - hey, if she was going to go "live" with this sort of information, I would rather hear it from her (or him?), so I didn't read it. I did ask my son, you read it, what I am supposed to call her? He said I could call her by her given name and that wasn't a problem for her. As soon as I heard that, I was like, relief.

It has been many months, and the few times I've been allowed to speak to her she has never mentioned it. (That is a long story and mostly about scheduling and Covid - we all work different hours and they have a child who is homeschooled and its a whole thing to try and make a plan to zoom. She doesn't like talking on the phone because the phone messes with her energy field).

I find the transgender aspect of it interesting but not surprising. It is no issue for me, because I've know her since she was born. She was raised with boys until she was six. She has always been a tomboy. She is the most gentle of souls and always has been very feminine in certain aspects as well. So frankly I don't care what she wants to be called, because she hasn't changed. Just her name, apparently. She is and always will be my most beloved daughter. If she wants me to call her by another name, she can tell me herself LOL.

Sometimes her choices turn my hair grey, and I have to expand my belief system yet again, but on this one issue I have been doing a lot of research because I felt this was coming (a mother's intuition).

All I can say is, I have learned more from my children than my children learned from me.

I know I am not the generation you were hoping to speak to. From my perspective, her generation and younger are fine with it. Of course, I don't know anyone or relate to the religious community and haven't for many years so that could be why I think that.

For me it is a non-issue because she is the same person inside, no matter what she wants the outside to look like.

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Old 28-11-2020, 05:34 AM
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Thanks for all your comments. Its just like what you describe, Nameless. I can't help but worry about him, but I am very comforted by the younger generation's openness and acceptance, I think at least that is not as bad as I feared on that front. He is a lot happier now, and I am excited to see him grow.
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