5th Dimension 101

Mario's picture

Well I experienced the 5th dimension and above (I'll explain below) a couple of times now and since I go in and out within this dimension at different events in the years I can see how I'm not ready yet to be there all the time. It's hard when your not following in the good feed and sometimes it is hard to find it and get on it. Clearings and such is important to get all the necessary experience to be able to manage when where up in the fifth dimension since others around may not be at the same construct or vibrational patterning from where you have grown to, they can cause casualty's in the space that you hold or are at and it takes a lot of practice to be able to stay in the higher constructs when things don't always go right and bring about challenges. A difference between a 5th dimensional user will see more options accordingly to what is to be solved... take in note your awareness will be greater than the average persons, it will be more lighter=more senses=open than dense=closed=brick wall. While the lower density or ego (Which have levels to how your ego is formed and operates the lower denser levels are the ones we have the most problems with while the lighter ones are the ones ascending or learning to go in process) so the denser ego may as well defend for his own security of whom he is and what he has... beliefs.... Beliefs which are the most dangerous things to mankind and evolution in my book. That's why I always say they can be constructive or de-constructive I'll give you an example; "what I know is not a belief, it is what I know and It is truth," now another being can read/hear/watch what I have written and he can form a belief around that thus he creates a belief, that example of the belief, he would say; (he doesn't know what he's talking about he's confused.) That's an example of a De-constructive belief (there are no limits to what beliefs you can create...


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  By: David Arran Anderson 

There's a lot of talk these days about "Waking Up". That leads to the following questions..., “Wake Up to what?” and “How do we do we Wake Up?”

Waking up is a choice. You choose to wake up, because you long to finally know, remember, discover and become aware of “Who I am.” You are ready for something more, which means you are ready to change. However, you might also choose to not wake up, because it is often human nature to fear the unknown.

Just know that when you wake up, you will change, because you will see how your limiting beliefs have caused imbalances in your life; and your natural tendency will be to correct those imbalances once and for all.

To wake up, means to make a conscious decision for this to be your last lifetime on Earth.

Waking up is a lot like dying; because it means dying to your past beliefs, and to all that once was. One of the world’s masterpiece stories on the subject of death and dying was ‘The Death of Ivan Ilyich,’ by Leo Tolstoy.

In 1896, he wrote; “What tormented Ivan the most was the deception. It was all a lie, which for some reason they all accepted, by saying he was not dying, but was simply ill. He only needed to keep quiet, they said, and undergo the treatment, and he would somehow get better.”

Ivan life had been simple and ordinary, and therefore most terrible. While a simple life is generally considered a virtue, Ivan's life was simple in the wrong way, because he was a conformist. His values, desires and behavior were wholly determined by the opinions and expectations of his social superiors. His choice of friends was based upon their social standing. He decided to marry because it was considered the right thing to do. Ivan's life was terrible, because it was a life devoid of any true freedom, and of true individuality.

Halloween, Death, and the Thinning of the Veils

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Hi everyone! I've started a new eNewsletter, called Tunnel Vision, to share what I learned during my Near-Death Experience, from the guidance I connected with at that time, and from over 30 years of metaphysical study. Here's one of the two feature articles from the October issue. The other featured article is Mercury Retrograde-That Time We Love to Hate! (see links, below). I hope you enjoy it! - Ellyn       (and look for my article in the December "Predictions Issue" of the Sedona Journal of Emergence!)


Halloween, Death, and the Thinning of the Veils

Halloween is upon us, that wonderful time of dressing up our alter-egos and taking them out on the town, bedecking our houses with orange and black, carving ghoulish grins on pumpkins, and collecting—or handing out—Tricks and Treats. It is a remake of the ancient festival of Samhain, the end of the harvest, the beginning of the "dark" time of the year, when the veils between the living and the dead are said to be very thin.

The fascination with Halloween, especially the ghosties and ghoulies part is, in itself, fascinating, given the fear and denial of death that is so deeply embedded in our culture. In fact, in the U.S., the whole idea of death is practically taboo, and it seems the only approved discourse about it is in terms of ghosts on Halloween.

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