Global Spiritual Development
Many people do believe that there has been a wave of individuals being born in order to the old Iron industrial way of life to a more enlightened and spiritual way of living.
A light worker is a person who can sense that there is a lot of healing to be done on a large-scale to the world. The modern adapted ways of life are disharmonious and harmful to ourselves and nature, which we are all a part of. Newer generations must unbound themselves from the chains that were constructed by modern society that imprisoned them.
It’s important to see the bigger picture to realize the actual way of living doesn’t work out for us to guarantee a better enlightened future. We can select three groups that are paving the way for a better future for us all.
- Indigo children were born between the 1960’s and the 1990’s, and are rebellious and warrior in spirit. This generation despises the system, loves to isolate themselves and are fond of addictions.
- Crystal children were born between the 1980’s and 2000, and are strong and pure hearted. They also highly developed imagination and creativity, making them emphatic and emotional, but also easygoing.
- Rainbow children were born after the new millennium and are positive and happy, technological advanced and easy in understanding new gadgets. They are loving, but hard to contain. This generation is loves animals, nature and are possibly vegetarian to free themselves from genetically poisoned food chain.
The Indigos are here to destroy what’s not working and pave the way for a better world, while the Crystal children are the ones that need to create, develop and build the new ways, uniting the best from the old and the new.
The Rainbow children are here to give life and fertilize the new and improved world that is aiming to be in harmony with Nature and the human potential! All these three types need to work together so there will be a real change to the way humanity further develops. Light workers are here to heal the world we must live in.
Crickey Caribbean Nature Conservation Society 2017.