Indigo Adults and the Effect of Groups (Part 1)

I just completed a project in which I was closely working with a bunch of people (making a short film), many I suspect to be indigo adults.

Regardless or not of indigo status, I have noticed that every time I work on a crew, I have seen the empathic effect of groups upon the members of the group.

It is often said that in mastermind groups, the “mastermind” raises the abilities of all members of the group, and lowers the effect of the members’ weaknesses.

I have found this to be true in many ways, but none as much as when working crew.

The first time I worked on a project, I was director and producer and had no idea what I was doing, but to my disbelief, I knew exactly what I needed to do when I needed to do it.

I believe that it is not only the “mastermind” of the film crew that does this, but also the collective mind of producers, directors, etc. everywhere and anytime. Perhaps it is very faint, but those with an intuitive mind are unknowingly (or knowingly) tapping the abilities of expert technicians like Hitchcock and Spielberg.

The nice thing about this, is that by tapping this universal knowledge, you start to own the knowledge, and then can pass it on to others because you carry it with you.

I most recently became aware that I was “tapping” into the ether, when I had to light a set. While I have been learning a lot about how to do this, I knew that the knowledge wasn’t “part of me” yet.

I struggled a bit at the beginning, but once I started owning the position, I started to instinctively know what to do and where to put things. Even how to act in the position.

It was truly fascinating to me.

And I have also come to realize that the closer you are to a collective (like one that knows cinematography), the more clear you receive useful information when you have to draw upon the collective to get the job done.

And it doesn’t really matter whether you are with indigo adults or not. This ability is universal. Muggles just aren’t as good at it because they don’t have faith in it.

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