Are You Losing Your Mind… or Remembering the 5th Dimension?
Really, the answer can be both… in a good way!
I can’t quite remember exactly where and when it all started with me, but I remember having fascination with the existence of my consciousness outside of time back about 30 years ago… when I read the book Slaughterhouse Five (by Kurt Vonnegut) for the first time.
I remember that I KNEW that… I KNEW we could do that!
But that was well before I was conscious enough to REALLY understand it, be ready to LIVE it.
Let me get to the practical of this…
There are so, so many of us – en masse – who, in our expansion of consciousness have been feeling a “little crazy” by cultural terms for years now. Have you found yourself thinking or saying things like…
“I KNOW I had this conversation with this individual already…” (but they have no recollection of it)
“I KNOW I had an email/phone call about this exact topic with _______________…” (but there’s no evidence of it anywhere)
Also, there are other seemingly disparate experiences that leave us questioning our sanity in moments…
- Do you more and more feel like time is warped, like sometimes 30 minutes feels like five minutes… and sometimes 30 minutes feels like five hours… sometimes in the same day?
- Do you sometimes lose track of what the day of the week, date, season, year it is?
- Do you lose concept of how far in the past something happened, or when something is to happen in the future?
- Do you lose concept of the space of time, and sometimes feel as if you’ve jumped from one moment at another point in time into this one, without anything in between?
Up until now, we’ve collectively called it “aging,” “going senile,” “being eccentric,” or “losing one’s facilities.”
However, as we continue to expand our consciousness, and remember things from a much wider perspective, we remember that we exist outside of time… and it’s simply a dimension we’ve created (considered by many to be the fourth dimension).
As I understand it, time is fully a construct of our mind/ego to measure things in a linear fashion. A dimension we’ve created and create, and our experience of that dimension is specific to this Earth plane. To look at this simply, consider the different civilizations of which we have record across Earth’s history thus far. Some recorded time by the stars, by the sun, by the seasons, by many different kinds of calendars based on relativity. Another way to consider it is, if you were communicating with a being from another part of the galaxy/Multiverse… do you believe they would have the concept of time as we do?
I’m sure there is similar measurement of sorts in other civilizations of consciousness. Yet, maybe not… maybe it would just be different. After all, it is a construct of measurement! There are many great examples of the consideration of different perceptions of time. Slaughterhouse Five is one of them… the question throughout the book being, is the main character truly “crazy,” or just non-dependent on time? His experience with another race from another part of the Multiverse is that they don’t experience time as linear but simultaneously now… which allows him to expand his consciousness to be able to be in any moment in his life in any moment.
[Movie spoilers ahead] There are many movies with similar themes. In the movie Interstellar, the main character realizes how to see the “fourth dimension” – time – and also to exist in the “fifth dimension,” being aware of all and consciously focusing on remembering how to work with all, to see all the possibilities in every moment, in every direction, an knowing it’s all just one facet of a much larger consciousness. In the movie Arrival, a linguist tasked with communicating with star beings who’ve arrived here from someplace else discovers this race sees time as circular, thus seeing “the entire picture” all at once.
The more we Remember in consciousness, beyond the limitations of the mind, and into the trust of knowing… the less we have partitions that limit our experience of these dimensions the part of our consciousness that has incarnated here, in the body, has traditionally forgotten. Many talk about “getting to the fifth dimension”; however, the key is to remember that we’re already there… it’s just that we’re remembering in a way that’s functional to existing here on Earth differently.
Though I’ve had quite a number of experiences of this – and it’s getting more and more regular for me – there have been quite a number of related experiences with my pets that really anchored in the remembrance.
One of my cats, Cocoa, passed away in 2015. Afterwards, he would take me to different points of his life as if they were now, if he was showing me something to remember about my own journey, in terms of his presence on it. Then, my dog, Montana, who passed away in 2017, showed me the source of her confusion sometimes as she would pop over to her life before this past one, when she was my family’s dog while I was growing up. Both of my current cats, Obi and Minerva, periodically show me their moment of passing in this life as presently as this moment is; the first few times I popped over to that, it shocked me from the surprise of the reality of it. They’ve been helping me to consciously immerse myself in whatever moment free of the confines of time… and realize it’s all just as real as any other.
Along with that sometimes comes confusion in the moment as the mind catches up to the now experience in a way that’s free of context. Where am I? What day is it? Time? Year? It’s not anything around getting older, losing it, or being crazy (which is a relative term, anyway)… it’s the mind/ego still reconfiguring itself to perceive and function just as fluidly independent of the construct of the time dimension as within it… of letting go of the prioritization of tomorrow, now, and yesterday in relativity to be equal, to be concurrently in existence in now.
I’ve set myself to remember all of this… I believe there are many who are doing the same, even if they’re not fully conscious that they’re doing it. It often makes one feel uneasy and sometimes downright scared (“Am I sick? Is there something wrong with me? What’s going on?”); it causes many to feel like there’s “something wrong” with them… jump into judgment and fear right away, when in actuality, if one stays in acceptance and allowance of all possibility as well as observance to what’s going on free of judgment, it’s actually helping us to remember things more completely.
When we allow our consciousness to perceive outside of the construct of time… we much more easily see the bigger picture. This is what happens when we have a vision or visions of something “in the future.” The more we do this… the more we see past, present, future all at one… and the way everything ties together. THIS is “vision work” or “psychic work,” as it’s called.
So, if you’re having these kinds of experiences… stop being so self-deprecating! Ask guidance what’s going on, be open to all possibilities… and own it! Be patient with yourself in allowing. One of the most common discussions I have among my soul tribe is around our detachment from time, and the shift to simply observing it. We laugh in the moments where we might seem discombobulated to others… yet, there’s almost no one I know who doesn’t understand when we open a conversation with, “So, how are YOU doing with being free of the anchors of time? Have you gotten it down yet? It’s still been a little wonky for me…”
And then we compare related experiences – and laugh – because we ARE losing our minds, so we can exist fully in knowing, from higher consciousness… and then we can open the gateways to the incorporation of the Remembrance of our Self from yet more dimensions…
If you’d like some help with this… give me a call (that’s what Trinity Energy Progression is all about)! 😉
Originator, Trinity Energy Progression