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Old 11-13-2008, 05:14 PM   #1
ADAM KADMON
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Default Indigo's running for office...

Howdy;

I'm a 24 year old male. Last night, at a seminar, someone made the suggestion to me that I ought to run for the US House of Representatives. I am definitely an "indigo" and one of the crystal children, born at the very beginning of this cycle in 1984. I would be one of the first people from our generation who is "of age" and able to run for a seat in the house...

I was hoping to get some thoughts, feedback on the matter. This is something that's been pressed upon my soul again and again, and I had a sinking in my gut when the man told me I needed to think about doing this. It really hit home.

What are some thoughts on this? Obviously, having Indigo's in office would set the stage for some real changes in the world.

What do you guys think? Is this a good idea? Or is 2010 too early to make a run for something like this? I would be 25 at the time of my inauguration, and 26 the day after. =) I feel like getting a voice like mine, representing the higher consciouness and beings which are now on this planet might be just what we need to set the stage for turning things around, and welcoming more spiritual leaders rather than cut-throat politicians into office...

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Old 11-13-2008, 05:53 PM   #2
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You will need allies, and serious ones, for instance are you going to say you think you are an indigo child, and if you had not thought about that yet, think about it now and get off this forum !

Beware of fame also...................its ruins the best of best intentions and you know you are on an individual journey so don't loose sight of yourself

take it easy and keep us informed,

PS any policy issues you want to fight, cos saying to make the world a better place won't get you far and the more you dig into health, defense, education you'd better be prepared

Don't btw let anyone put you off if you are serious :-)
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Old 11-13-2008, 06:16 PM   #3
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Agreed.

I am going through a period of transformation, as all are. The time for gathering information and being in a passive state of existence is fading fast...

And we are being mobilized into action.

Yes, I realize the endeavor I would be undertaking. However, SUPPORT for such an endeavor is what's needed.

My approach has never been to attack people, or blame governments for world problems and the likes. But has always been one of self-empowerment and self-responsibility.

The "problems" this world faces are strictly spiritual problems. Money can be attributed to a Envy, a spiritual tone. War and intolerance to a lack of love. I have a voice, and everyone seems to listen who is within an ear shot. I have support from those who know me, and considerable opposition creates opportunity to present contrast. And it's the contrast by which we base our decisions...

As an "Indigo" for a lack of a better term, the issues that we face are not one of technology, suppression, or money. But rather the root cause of these which are strictly spiritual - and ultimately the outward manifestations and reality we create are projected from the inside.

It's when people see a man like Ron Paul as a savior, that the problem continues. Rather, I see someone like Ron Paul as a symbolic victory of the people to overthrow a growing desire for Socialism, and Tyranny.

The people rising up and taking action against a corrupt government is only natural, and inevitable. I feel I have a roll to play in all of that. It's not a lack of desire, or consciousness that we are face with, but a lack of leadership. We have a voice, and with a big enough microphone will be heard.

But who will rise? Who will fireproof themselves from hordes of initially unsupported and well established dogmas and ways of being and treating others? Who will empower the people? Who will inspire and motivate them, remind them constantly of their own divinity?

If we, together, do not support one another in each others courageous attempts to "make the world a better place" than we will not succeed.

And if all you can do to support is to encourage and uplift, inspire or enlighten, than do it.

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Old 11-13-2008, 06:28 PM   #4
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I totally hear you Adam, and well done on your committment what I was trying to point out is that with this kind of idealism comes a big, big slap in the face afterwards. They won't come after your policies if you have none I guess, but you would after all be a servant of the people and in that regard, what would you do for them?

Read the art of war and approach your destiny from a place where you are most likely to succeed, thats all I'm saying

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Old 11-13-2008, 06:44 PM   #5
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Absolutely. Beneficial outcomes are my nature.

I met a man last night, that thrived on, and seemed to create failures that re-affirmed his failing nature wherever he went.

I would not pursue this unless I was certain of victory. Thus, at this stage I want to consider the opinions of others outside of myself. This keeps me putting things into perspective instead of getting mislead by idealism...

Keep in mind, I would gladly support someone else if they were to take the torch and run with it. But I look around, and I see a lack of them. And I've always been the one carrying the flag...

I foresee, if I were to choose this course of action, I foresee developing a following in a non-political arena first. As a spiritual leader, or motivational speaker. And getting involved in the political aspect "on the side". And when I felt certain of victory, I would make a pledge and run for the gold.

As a career, for the past 10 years, I've been involved in marketing and media. But moving out of the marketing area and into actual participating with and opening up to acting on behalf of the greater majority is what we're talking about...

I think this thread is just a casual observation of my internal process of accepting or denying this thing that has been pressed upon me. I know the paradoxal nature of receiving both positive and negative replies, yet the next step forward strictly lies within me and not without.

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Old 11-13-2008, 06:51 PM   #6
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You have been working since you were 14, maybe it was a typo.

Anyway all the very best in whatever you decide. Take care of yourself
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Old 11-13-2008, 06:55 PM   #7
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GO for it !!!

we need change
and, "the people" need "people" just like you

i think you should follow your dream

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Old 11-13-2008, 07:47 PM   #8
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You have been working since you were 14, maybe it was a typo.

Anyway all the very best in whatever you decide. Take care of yourself
Yes, I've been creating websites since age 14. In fact the first one I created is still up and has a roaring subscription base. But since I do not believe in self promotion, even when the opportunity arises

Since then I've done over a dozen other websites on spiritual and medical related matters. Chances are, many members have unknowing visited my sites at one time or another.
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Old 11-13-2008, 08:12 PM   #9
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One word of advice Adam, if you decide to run for US House of Representatives do not make it official that you are an Indigo-child, that will only make ordinary people think you are a wacko.
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Old 11-13-2008, 08:30 PM   #10
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In fact, if you run for office, you might think it a good idea tp delete any hint that you are indigo from any forum - you know what I mean - we still have the muck racking press...It only takes a Google search to find out most things about folk.

Goodd luck, by the by...
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Old 11-13-2008, 11:13 PM   #11
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One word of advice Adam, if you decide to run for US House of Representatives do not make it official that you are an Indigo-child, that will only make ordinary people think you are a wacko.
Well said, wait until you are elected to bring up the subject!, if at all.
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Old 11-14-2008, 08:58 AM   #12
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Adam, you sound serious and well-grounded. I admire your approach to this. I have to be honest and say that I squinch just a bit at the thought of one so young in such a position of power. But I'm an old fogey. Maybe it's radical new blood that we need.

Of course, we WILL have Indigos in all sorts of positions of influence...that is just one more piece of the puzzle.

You're young and idealistic. I'm old and jaded. I tend to doubt that anyone could live in that environment and come out with his/her integrity complete. I would counsel NOT making a career of it. Do your time and get out. And for what it's worth, I'll share my own sense that our country will not exist as a single entity for very much longer. One of the five or six smaller nations that will emerge in its place could surely use a leader like you.
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Old 11-14-2008, 10:16 AM   #13
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Adam despite all the predictions and pesimistics views, only those that step up to the plate to make a difference know that words are niece but actions speak louder than words. The change this planet needs will come from individuals who despite the criticism are brave enough to say present in the face of danger. If you win few here will support you, yet it is not up to them.
The destiny of our planet rest in the hands of those willing to step up to the plate, the rest of us are just mere spectators with opinions be then what they may be for good or doom. Put your gloves on and go make a difference,
let no one with saliva disuade you. Words alone will never change anything if not for the vessel who is driving that change, fill your vessel with courage and determination. God speed to you Adam.
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Old 11-14-2008, 10:39 AM   #14
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Frank,

I think it might be a little harsh to say that most would not be supportive, I think given the right circumstances and information that people would make their decisions wisely. I think that the few comments here are meant to help. Although I am not exactly ancient I have 10 years on Adam and the difference between that younger and older version of myself is quite dramatic. I think that all of us would hate to see great potential be crushed at such an early age. Caution is not a cowardly act, to approach such a huge endevour without a little would be unwise. Always try to achieve your goals from the strongest position possible. If it takes a few grey hairs to convince some people then I think that is not unreasonable. Remember we are in theory supposed to get wiser as we age :-)

In any case Adam seems to realise this and is aware of the dangers.

I wish you all a wonderful day wherever you are in the world.

Take it easy.
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Old 11-14-2008, 11:12 AM   #15
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ADAM KADMON, I tip my had to you Sir! You have my support whatever your decision is. I think it is essential that you follow your own heart in this matter and none other.

I do agree with the recommendations on keeping the Indigo thing private.

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Old 11-14-2008, 04:53 PM   #16
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Thanks for your insights and support, even cautions and advice. All appreciated...

I did some introspective thinking (and dreaming) last night regarding this matter. And I believe I'm on the right track, but am looking "too soon" in regards to when. I believe that between now and the years 2012-2014 the earth will be going through a radical dismanteling, and a breaking down of old values...

People will swear never to make the same mistakes that we mad made in the 65 years prior, with money, pollution, wars, etc.

It's after this period of breaking down, and at the beginning of the building back up stage which I feel will be a time where "new blood" is welcomed, even pushed into office. And in the mean time, it gives me an opportunity to keep people's chin up during these hard and troubled times which are certainly here now and may possibility be getting much worse before they start to get better.

So your advice and cautions all had a role to play, words of wisdom truly. At 26 it might certainly be too early, and bias based on age will obviously be the keynote of the entire campaign. Having to "prove" myself on top of radical views is just too shaky of a combination. But around 28-30, that sounds about right, and in such time much maturity and preparation can be made to meeting that end.

Thanks again for the support,

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Old 11-14-2008, 05:00 PM   #17
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if you don't do it YOU KNOW you'll come to regret it years down the road.
we need real enlightened people in office, not a bunch of zombies choking on their money. keep the indigo thing to yourself, but use it wisely. don't go to the dark side! when in doubt say to yourself, "what would ron paul do?"
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Old 11-14-2008, 05:37 PM   #18
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*IF* your political agenda is freedom and justice, you might want to check out RP forums. Quite a few younger people have been running for office (all levels) on the Ron Paul platform and it is my belief that most of them, whether they know it, admit it or label it as such themselves, are indigos. I'm only suggesting those forums because there are resources for you, including fundraising, etc. www.ronpaulforums.com

I also recommend getting involved with the movement itself at www.campaignforliberty.com

If you have a political leaning and are a "natural leader" with high principles you might find yourself right at home with needed assistance in those 2 places.

Best of luck to you!
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Old 11-15-2008, 03:01 AM   #19
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Once you stop considering yourself Indigo then you can run.
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Old 11-15-2008, 05:44 AM   #20
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dude, if your soul says YES.

then there is only one thing to do
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Old 11-15-2008, 05:44 AM   #21
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Running ,ambition and exclusivity=
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Old 11-15-2008, 07:43 AM   #22
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I am 27 and I recently became involved with a State commission (I can't say which one though) and it is a new and fascinating experience for me. I have the responsibility of representing a group of people in my state (again, I won't say but you can PM me) and it has already taught me that I need to be careful about my public life and I need to understand that this is an opportunity to listen to others and to build relationships that will benefit others.

I do not know much about the indigo phenomenon but I do know a 22 year old woman who recently became a representative in the state legislature. I thought that one had to be a certain age to get involved in politics but it's interesting how that no longer matters.
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Oh, but ambition can be a good thing, especially if you use it to help others instead of just helping yourself.

There will always be people who seek nothing more than power and those are the ones that we should worry about.
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*IF* your political agenda is freedom and justice, you might want to check out RP forums. Quite a few younger people have been running for office (all levels) on the Ron Paul platform and it is my belief that most of them, whether they know it, admit it or label it as such themselves, are indigos. I'm only suggesting those forums because there are resources for you, including fundraising, etc. www.ronpaulforums.com

I also recommend getting involved with the movement itself at www.campaignforliberty.com

If you have a political leaning and are a "natural leader" with high principles you might find yourself right at home with needed assistance in those 2 places.

Best of luck to you!
There are also young people getting involved with the Democratic movement as well.

The only thing that Dr.Paul and I can agree on is the travesty that is the Iraq war and that it must be ended. I think his views on foreign policy are similar to what I believe in.

However, I believe in helping people to help themselves and I used to have housing assistance but once I was able to find a better paying job like what I have now, I no longer have that. Not everyone that gets help from the government will rely on it for the rest of their lives.
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Old 11-15-2008, 04:50 PM   #25
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Why is being Indigo perceived as being a bad thing? I must be missing something...

In my mind, someone taking a seat in the house of representatives, or anything along those lines, would be doing just that - representing a larger majority.

I know myself to be one of those who were born and a are a little different in regards to my spiritual perspective and "DNA" if you will. There are many people like me, yet I do not see any of "us" in office, maybe I need to look harder?

And if it's not my calling necessarily to lead from a political stance, that's fine too. But I deeply believe the greatest changes we'll see is after the system breaks down. After things get a lot worse. And then once everything has been broken down, there will be a grand beginning. And those leading at the beginning of the next stage will obviously set up the path for generations to come...

The people in power are just playing their role. My ambition, is not personal, but a global ambition. I simply want to play my role, and I know it's not one of passive supporter, or back-seat revolutionary...

If your higher self told you to be somewhere at a certain place, at a certain time ~ would you say, "Sorry, but ego is busy attending to it's vices," or would you deconstruct your ego enough to allow Union with your higher self and the greater perspective? I choose the later of the two...

To restate what I did above, I just want to say I do believe following this course is in my probable future. But not as early as I had first conceived. Until then, I will be working on myself, and working hard to pass each test as it comes...

May you too pass every test,
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