We’re all familiar with the Third Dimension - it’s where’s humanity has existed for eons. But what, exactly is the Third Dimension?
The Third Dimension is a level of consciousness that is very rigid, dense and limited. It is based in duality - paired opposites, such as good and bad, right and wrong, rich and poor, love and hate. Each pair of ‘opposites’ mark either end of a spectrum, a ‘measuring stick’ of sorts...with ‘good’ on one end and ‘bad’ on the other, or ‘rich’ on one side and ‘poor’ on the other. When we compile all of the available pairs of opposites, they form a ‘structure’ of sorts that surrounds us. From inside this ‘box’, our available choices are limited because we don’t have access to the choices that are outside of the box.
As humanity, we’ve been living inside the ‘box’ of the Third Dimension for millennia. Have you noticed that ‘history repeats itself’? That’s because we keep playing with the same set of choices over and over again.
Throughout human history, there have been only a small handful of masterful Beings who have been able to gain access to the area ‘outside’ the box. These humans have been known as masters or avatars...with names like Jeshua (Jesus) and Buddah...the Enlightened Ones who could perform miracles.
Now, humanity is finally starting to ‘break out’ of the box of the third dimension. This is becoming widely known as The Shift, Enlightenment, The Awakening, or Ascension. The name we call it is not so important. What is important is to be aware of what is happening and to be aware that there is now a vast expanse of ‘new’ choices available for us to choose from.
With the opening of the ‘box’ of the third dimension, we’ve been set free to venture out into the more expanded realms of consciousness. We’ve been offered the opportunity to create completely new realities for ourselves! However, we can’t create ‘new’ if we’re still playing with the ‘old’.
Within the ‘box’, we know the routine: we’re born, we grow up, we age, then we die. We love, we hate, we succeed, we fail, we marry, we divorce, we make the best of our lives and we struggle to survive. Are you ready to expand these possibilities? Would you be willing to choose something totally different...even if it used to be considered ‘impossible’? What if impossible has just become possible?
Would you be willing to choose it?