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Despite our level of capability or learning, despite who or what is restraining us, we always have the option to reach toward higher levels of being, toward the peaceful potential of completion and oneness. Just as there are unlimited levels of development in warrior, healer, scholar and priest modes of being, there is an unlimited number of choices available to us -- the infinite potential of the unknown fourth option -- and we are being called, through the synchronicity of the 11:11 symbolism to make our choices and resonate our energy in tune with the powerful peaceful beings we are, and the powerful peaceful future we are creating.

11:11 is a reminder. 11:11 reminds us of the nature of duality and polarity (represented by 4) and of our higher levels of spiritual function. 11:11 reminds us to return to our most peaceful and powerful potential; to embody the potential of the Indigo. And, it reminds us that we have the opportunity to create peace, oneness and completion, to transcend the status quo and transmute it into something new, unexpected and beautiful.

To close, I will leave you with the four Bodhisattva Vows of Buddhism, which eloquently describe the Indigo state of mind. To close, I will leave you with the four Bodhisattva Vows of Buddhism, which eloquently describe the Indigo state of mind.

Sentient beings are numberless; I vow to save them all.
Desires are inexhaustible; I vow to put an end to them.
The dharmas are boundless; I vow to master them. (*Dharhma is Buddhist/life lesson)
The Buddha's Way is unsurpassable; I vow to attain it.

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