Full confession: I’m a former co-valedictorian, obedient and a darn good test taker and memorizer.
Then, at 26, I woke up. (Long story). Ever since that time, I’ve recognized our educational system as an effective instrument of collective mind control producing submissive wage-slaves for the corporate elite. Even universities have, in the past few decades, been swallowed by the corporate juggernaut.
But I sure didn’t see the academic world for what it has become as soon as this young woman did. . . Thanks to David Icke.
BTW: following this terrific video I include an excerpt from a transcription (and translation) of a video of what real education might look like for indigos who, luckily, stubbornly resist control and domination. Thanks to exopolitics.com
It is well to remember that the word “educate” originally comes from the Latin “educare,” and means “to pull out” (from within). That’s the Socratic definition of learning as well. Know. Thy. Self. For in you is mirrored the world.
Total Recall by Argentinian Indigo Child Matias De Stefano/ Memoria Total por Indigo Argentino Matias De Stefano
The problem that society is having now is, “what must I do with these indigo children?” Should we close them in school, let them destroy the world? What must adults do with the indigo children, and what must the indigo children do with the adults?
The indigo children have come to transmute whatever they can, so they are going to do it at the beginning, through what we think is non-action. What non-action really does is to stop the social flow, stop the movement; it’s like a counter-action of what one expects as an indigo revolution. The idea of having to create something new is not the first reaction of an indigo. The first reaction is to sit down and do nothing that promotes a system. So to create an education and society for an indigo child is very difficult. This difficulty is something that the adults are going to have to face for at least the next 2 decades.
When people start to see that any type of teaching system they try is going to fail somehow, because the indigo have not come to stay on the planet, the indigo vibration changes the context for what’s going to stay after.
So what has to be done is to allow them to express their creativity of change in the best ways possible. It has to be totally flexible for their generation, for their creation and work on planet Earth.
Narrator: For this to happen it is necessary to break the education systems we are used to, which is based on memorizing, competition, abuse of authority, lack of creativity and imagination. The importance of what’s mental over what comes from the emotions. A new system should base itself on the emotions, learning through experimentation and discovery that encourages integration.
This is what can adapt best to an indigo’s vibration, because it hasn’t got a system that directly conducts the learning of the person. It’s a wide system that accepts any type of system, ancient, modern and even future. It allows an extension of the vision of learning that goes further than just educating. It goes towards the integration of the Human Being, from when one is born until one dies.
It allows every pedagogical system to unite and debate, not to create a new school, but to create a new way of learning. It goes further than what any of us have had to come and work for in the education. This is actually why us indigos and crystals have come here for: to learn and to help learn. To learn and to help learn, and nothing else.
Narrator: Where did we learn about the ecosystems? Visiting a forest or with a photograph in a book?
Where did we learn about how to use our bodies? Dancing and playing or in a notebook with complex words?
How do we learn a language? Writing and reading or communicating ourselves with a group?
How do we learn the Theorem of Pythagoras? Memorizing the formula or discovering it the same way Pythagoras did?
We know that the Earth spins around the sun, but do we ever look up at the sky trying to understand why?
So learning happens through practice and experience, not theorizing. The theory is only useful to understand a part of what’s important. Some tools with which one can work with an indigo child: well, more than work, is to help guide so they can fulfill their mission, is that everything they teach, that is useful, for example, things they have to do at home, school or in society, must be applicable inside the school, house and society. They mustn’t teach useless things like learning every bone in the body, every element in the cell or complex mathematics.
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Now the world can be seen in the 4th dimension, it’s wide and circular towards all directions. So to use a blackboard to give the information is not a positive thing, but it would be to use the walls, it’s a tool, all the kids now write on the walls. What they use the least is the blackboard of the class.
Also, they must be taught to not feel afraid of nature, the dark, thunder, wind… this would help them a lot to move in the integration of things and not in the polarity of things.
But the most important thing to manage this is obviously the parents and teachers. They are the first ones that have to change their vision, and the first ones that have to break with their concepts about sociability. This means, the parents for us… stop being parents. Parents really should start to be guides. Guides of life, not to tell us what must be done and how. They should give advice about what is best to do, so to be a guide or companion.
The same with the teacher, he shouldn’t be someone who tells you what you have to learn. The teacher should be someone who learns with the student, a learning companion. Someone with who you can reach an argument to learn, and it doesn’t matter how much one thinks they know about something, there is always something new to understand. And it must be learned together.
So to take into consideration that the parents must become guides, and the teachers must become companions.