Navigating Dimensional Differences


With the advent of the Cosmic Convergence (July 17-18, 2010), many of you will be aware of a distinct shift in your primary dimensional perspective of reality. You may already be acutely aware of this transition and as a result are extremely uncomfortable because your third dimensional tools are no longer effective and you are not allowing yourself to fully consider the tools available to you fifth dimensionally.


For the past 18 months or so you have been experiencing reality from both a third dimensional perspective and a fifth dimensional perspective, often simultaneously. This has been challenging because it is difficult to clearly articulate what you are experiencing and consequently what the best course of action is when you are continually bouncing between dimensional perspectives.


A common compensation for the dimensional inequities that you are experiencing has been to over-analyze what is occurring for you. As a result you are either going in circles by making the same ineffective choices over and over again or feeling immobilized and unable to make any decisions at all. Neither of these responses allows you to take any definitive action or gain any forward momentum. 


As you are navigating between the dimensions, you must learn to recognize when third dimensional tools and techniques serve you and when a fifth dimensional perspective is more applicable. When you take into consideration which dimensional perspective allows you the most satisfying experience and ability to have meaningful interactions, the appropriate choices become obvious.



We will give you six ways to recognize the difference between 3D and 5D.


  1. 3D is a linear perception of reality as defined by past, present and future moments in time that appear to be connected. From a 3D perspective you use the past and future to interpret the present. 5D is perceived as autonomous spiraling moments of experience. The future and past do not define or describe the present.


  1. 3D is based on polarity and your judgments affect your emotional and physical interpretation of a particular moment of experience. 5D is a contextual experience and you interpret what is occurring based on what you know, not what you think or feel in any given moment.


  1. 3D is reactive (fear) and your course of action is determined by what you want less of in your life. 5D is proactive (love) and your course of action is determined by what you want more of.


  1. 3D balance is perceived as a static resting point between two or more opposite forces. 5D equilibrium requires that you must remain in motion to generate momentum. Intentional action creates equilibrium while frenzied activity creates confusion and overwhelm.


  1. 3D is limited to the perception of a series of moments in time on a continuum of experience. 5D is innately expansive and reality is perceived as being in a constant state of flux. Attempting to stay on task will be infinitely frustrating. You must learn to multi-task without getting sidetracked and overwhelmed.


  1. 3D is goal oriented and focused on the outcome of your efforts. When you wait for a clear indication of what to do next based on a desired outcome, your perception becomes increasingly foggy and unclear. 5D is motivation oriented and each choice and action must be in alignment with who you are you are.



If you are waiting for all the pieces to fall into place before taking action, you will not be able to act. Things are changing too fast now for hesitation. You are literally creating your own reality moment by moment. That means that what you created five minutes ago was appropriate then, but as a conscious creator you must focus your attention on the now moment. In other words, be aware that the present is in continual flux and recognize that utilizing the accelerated frequency of the fifth dimensional perspective is the key to finding your way in this new energy.