In this article I have used the terms dimensions and vibration. Use whatever frame of reference suits you best – these are not definitive, but a convenient way of categorising the ascension or evolution process, so an understanding or frame of reference can be attained to explain certain concepts.
We are multi-dimensional beings living predominantly in a 3rd dimensional world. So the question is, how do we maintain a high vibration and our multi-dimensional nature while still interacting and being a part of the 3D world?
In the 3rd Dimension we tend to focus on the physical body and on day to day interactions with an intense focus. This means that we place a lot of energy and attention on a certain task or what is going on in front of us. It can be another person we are interacting with, a physical pain or illness, cooking meals, housework, gardening or even our bills and bank accounts. The 3D world is quite detailed and specific and it is really easy for us to fall into this 3rd dimensional vibration and operate from it because the 3D world is all around us constantly. We live in a 3D world after all.
But focussing too intently on day to day 3rd dimensional happenings can actually lower a person’s vibration. Where your attention goes, energy flows…. and if the attention is narrowly focussed then the vibration narrowly focusses to match the vibration where that focus is directed.
As a multi-dimensional being therefore, you are only operating in the 3rd Dimension, if this is where you are placing all of your focus, and not making use of the other dimensions you could be utilising.
There seems to be a vibration rate which represents the vibration we are living as (on average) most of the time. You could also call this your “home” dimension or your “default” vibration. This is a result of your awareness of yourself and the world around you – which some people would refer to as your consciousness. Your vibration rate organically rises through all sorts of energy work and choices and actions that you take in your life that are in alignment with your soul self. As your consciousness grows, your vibration raises and you are then resonating within a different dimension.
If your vibration raises enough for your “default” or “home” vibration to be in the 5th dimension for example and you then focus on something intently in the 3rd dimension it feels very uncomfortable. Your most comfortable place to be is now in the 5th dimension so lowering your vibration to a 3rd dimensional level does not feel great! I would describe it as confusing, stressful, physically uncomfortable and mentally exhausting.
But, we constantly have 3rd dimensional distractions and things we need to focus on in our daily lives. So we can’t run away from the 3D world and neither would we want to, because it can be amazing!
Awareness of what is going on at a multi-dimensional level seems to really help. If we are clear on what our “home” dimension or vibration is (and this can change as we evolve so don’t get focussed on a certain level and stay there long term) and if it is higher than the 3rd dimension, then any interactions with the 3D world need to be general in nature. As soon as the focus on 3D issues becomes too intense or narrow, the result will be uncomfortable and stressful, which will bring up fears and insecurities which all drag the vibration down even further.
There are two ways of dealing with 3D issues from a multi-dimensional perspective. You could either stay in your “home” vibration and take a broad view of the 3D issue, OR, move to 3D for a short time with awareness of what you are doing and why.
If you really do need to concentrate on something 3D and take a narrow focus for a short time then it is OK to shift your vibration to the 3rd dimension with awareness of what you are doing in order to fully connect and understand the issue or learn the information (if you are studying a 3D course for example). When you have finished your task, you can then bring your awareness to shifting back to your “default” or “home” dimension.
When you consciously shift your vibration to the level of where your focus needs to be you no longer feel as uncomfortable. You feel like you belong at this level, your focus and concentration is on the task at hand, and then you can move your vibration back “home” again.
The other way to connect with a 3D situation is from a broad perspective. Think of a bigger picture analogy. What appears right in front of you from such a narrow focus might not show you all the possibilities available to you. So don’t drop your vibration to focus on a something before you have tried the broad focus because it may work great!
With a broad perspective you are actually using a multi-dimensional (big picture) perspective. This means you can observe and interact with the world from a place where you are not so involved in the vibration of the dimension where the activity is taking place. This can help prevent you from getting involved in a lot of 3D issues that really aren’t any of your concern saving you a lot of energy and stress as well. But if it is something that you do need to be involved in with your full focus, then you can either be involved with a broad view from your “home” dimension, OR bring your vibration to match the level of the problem or issue, focus on it from this level, and when done, bring your vibration back up to your “home” or “default” level.
We are multidimensional beings moving our vibration between different dimensions constantly. This happens all the time without our awareness. The more our consciousness expands, the higher the vibrations we are able to access, and our “home” vibration also increases. If we are not aware of these vibrational shifts and how we can focus on these dimensions it will feel like we are going up and down in our lives constantly out of control, swinging from the low dimensions back up the high dimensions.
Embody a certain vibration, call this home, where you are most comfortable, and then visit different vibrations from this place. Rather than swinging from the highs to the lows constantly without awareness.
An easy way to find your home or default dimension is to meditate and scan through each of the dimensions to see how they feel to you. This can be a simple process of just saying the name of the dimension, connecting to its vibration and then seeing how it feels. You may find that your “home” vibration is where you really felt nothing at all – because it is a place where you aren’t “connecting” with something that is different from your own vibration. If you go higher than your home dimension it will probably feel amazing, like you are raising your vibration, and when you connect lower than your home dimension may feel a bit icky or uncomfortable.
It may be a good practice to remind yourself during the day to return to your home dimension/vibration especially if it is a busy eventful day full of 3D activities.
Try this out for yourself. Anything that helps us bring conscious awareness to how we operate in this world and brings awareness to our multi-dimensional nature helps us all evolve and empowers us through knowledge and experience of who we are.
Have you ever asked yourself the questions
The good thing about asking these questions though, is that the answers always come, but often in very unexpected ways. It is an unravelling process of letting go of who we thought we were, based on social and family conditioning, our beliefs and what our ego wants us to know to feel safe. And then the information and pieces of who we really are start to filter into our awareness, usually through reading books, seeing spiritual advisors, numerology, astrology, or anything else that helps us start to understand who we are, from a level that is deeper than anything we have been aware of before.
We start to find out what we are made of and why we are like we are. We maybe even start to get some clarity on why some of the things that have happened to us have happened, and why we keep attracting the same people or situations into our lives.
This is a summary of how I see the process working:
Know who you are by:
Once we start to get to know who we really are, then the most difficult step begins. This involves being who we are. It is all very well to gather and collect information about who we are, start to understand that we are more than our physical bodies, but what comes next is the hardest part. It takes a lot of courage to start making different choices that are in alignment with who we find out we are deep down inside.
You may hear this information about how awesome you are and the possibilities in your life and agree and nod your head, but really it is up to you to step into this. To willingly and knowingly be the person that you now believe you are and can become more of.
We need constant reminders about who we are and the possibilities that this opens up in our lives. Most of us lead very limited lives, only tapping into a fraction of the potential we are capable of, and that is OK because stepping fully into who you are is very scary. It means that you have to get out of your comfort zone and try new things, your ego will not like it, it will feel terrible at first and there will be a lot of trial and error.
It is easy to find out about who you are (this is just collecting information), it is not so easy to then become who you are (this requires making new choices and taking some risks).
It probably won’t happen overnight, but every action that we take that is in alignment with who we authentically are, will bring us closer to having all our dreams and goals fulfilled and feeling at peace with who we are.
Here is an excerpt from some recent Soul Writing (channeled writing) I did for myself. I hope some of this information can also help you.
How can oneness be achieved on a personal growth level?
By being at one with yourself. There are also so many parts of you – your physical body, emotional, mental bodies, higher self, ego just to name a few. There is also all the different body parts, cells, organs, tissues that make up your body. There are so many parts to you. It is useful to get to know each of these parts, but to experience the oneness, then all of these parts come together as one - as one fully functioning unit working in cooperation with all parts.
Most decisions that you make in your life only involve a few of your parts. Usually just your mind and your emotions which will influence your body to move and action the decision. Not all of you will be on board with all decisions though, and this is where you get fears and resistance showing up from your ego, or maybe your emotional body gets stirred up and you feel emotional about decisions.
Once you are all on the same page about your life then you experience the oneness.
How do we bring all those pieces of us together?
Through awareness and love. Just knowing that you are made up of lots of individual pieces and then loving these pieces back together will work.
Loving yourself back together is about embracing all parts of you. This includes the ego/mind and the physical body. These are usually the hardest for most people to love. They prefer to focus on the feel good parts of themselves or the higher more exciting or evolved parts of themselves like their higher self or soul or spirit.
But the physical body is just as precious and important. As is the mind. Most of you have only experienced the lower aspects of these pieces of yourself; the monkey chatter mind and the pain and limitation of the physical body. It is so difficult to remove yourself from your past experiences and beliefs about these parts of you. Many also feel this about their emotional bodies especially when they have been through early heartbreak and emotional pain through love, loss and grief.
Not being afraid of these parts of you and instead loving whole-heartedly every piece of you raises the vibration of all parts so that they can all vibrate at the same level and form oneness.
How do we love ourselves?
By acceptance. Awareness of who you are helps you to accept who you are and then you can love who you are.
This sounds clichéd but it does work!
Even the word love is difficult to comprehend when talking about loving yourself. It is so difficult to go deep into the meaning of this word. Deep enough to not just scratch the surface of “putting up with” these parts of us, but deeply and without boundaries, loving ourselves to the core of our being.
If your body has let you down in the past through disease or injury it can even be difficult to trust your body again let alone love it unconditionally. This just takes time and perseverance. Layer by layer you come to see the beauty in your body, you see how it is loving you back and supporting you.
Bring awareness to the body and what it can do for you so well. You take for granted so much that your body is and can do. It is the most miraculous of all creations. Breathing life into a body every day is the greatest fulfillment of the highest possible energies in this universe. Most people never even notice their breath. But it connects all parts of you. It is the connector, the love, the energy that flows through all parts of you.
Through your breath you can bring love to all parts, and through the breath you can access oneness.
How can we use the breath to attain oneness?
By simply breathing, you the human physical body, is bringing life to all parts of you. It may just feel like your lungs and diaphragm are doing all the work independently of anything else, but with each breath your emotional body receives life giving energy, your ego is supported, your higher self receives its insights, and of course the cells in your body receive their oxygen.
The breath is oneness complete.
Awareness of the breath and how it is feeding and nourishing and connecting every part of you is a wonderful bringer of higher oneness energy.
Take a breath in and feel all parts of you working and breathing in harmony together with the breath. The mind focuses on the breath and rests for a second or two, the ego relaxes into the breath feeling safe and secure, the higher self reaches new levels of insight, the emotional body releases and expands to love even more, and the physical body expands and softens. All parts of you working together as one and feeling the expansiveness of the universe with every breath.
When we are in pain or sick with disease it is very difficult to love our bodies. How can we love our bodies to good health?
Sometimes it is difficult for you to know what is good and bad when it comes to your body. A clearing or detoxing in your body feels horrible. And yet it is the most loving and healing thing that can happen to your body. So often you see these pains and problems as something you need to fix or overcome or fight with drugs, but it is actually the wonder and strength of your body that is happening right in front of you.
But if there is severe pain, surely we shouldn’t have to put up with it or smile through it?
No not really. But why is the body in pain? Is it releasing some deeply held emotional pain? Would allowing this pain to run its course also release this emotion bringing you closer to oneness?
Can we do this without pain?
Unfortunately this is due to denseness of the human existence. Pain is part of the human experience. But it is not to be feared either. It is a state of mind and body. It is all connected. If you feel a pain in your body could it be a pain in your emotions, or a pain in your mental thoughts?
If you feel pain in your body then breathe the energy of life through this place; soften your body with love.
Try breathing into this part of your body with awareness of all the different parts of you. Breathe into this place with the emotional body, breathe with the mental body, breathe with the soul, breathe with the physical body, breathe with the ego, breathe with the higher self, breathe with any other aspects of you that you are aware of. All parts of you connect to bring life and oneness and flow into this part of your body that experiences pain.
Let that part of your body soften and relax and then the flow of life and love will happen.
I believe that knowing who we are at our unique soul level holds the key to living an authentic and joyful life. Once we know who we are, we can begin to BE who we are, and then BECOME who we were always destined to be.
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