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Have You Joined The Earth in The 5th Dimension?

I’ve written articles in the past about the Shift of the Earth into the fifth dimension and what that means, and I’ve also stated that most people have not caught up yet. That’s still true, but more and more people are rising to the occasion (pun intended) all the time. So, how do you know if you’re on the right path? Let’s talk about that.

Subtlety is the Name of the Game

First of all, I think a lot of us, including me at one time, think of spiritual changes coming with the bugling of trumpets and a booming voice announcing that you have changed. Maybe that happens to some people, but I’ve never had or heard of such an exclamation. For most people, changes are very subtle, to the point that we don’t even notice them until something brings them into focus.

When I first started channeling the Archangels, it took me a moment to realize the voice I heard in my head wasn’t mine. It was a quiet answer to a question I was pondering, and I realized that I didn’t have the knowledge to arrive at the answer I’d received. I think this is true for most people. We don’t realize we’ve changed until something prompts us to realize it. So, if you’re waiting for the trumpets and the booming voice, you may miss what’s going on inside your consciousness.

Examples of Subtle Changes

As you go about living your life, you may not realize changes taking place in how you perceive things. You think differently, you notice things you never did before, and your belief system begins to change.

In my case, I started to question religious teachings I’d grown up with and decided they just didn’t make sense anymore. I also noticed more people in an accepting way. Whereas I might have stayed silent or overlooked someone’s discomfort in the past, I realized I reached out more to them and offered comfort, kindness, and acceptance.

My priorities changed. I realized the concept of being in control for the illusion it is. On the other hand, I realized I had more choices in how I processed and dealt with things, especially in considering and choosing emotional responses. I learned to discard anger and fear and replace it with love and compassion. Speaking of fear, it became more of a distant memory, rather than the lens through which I addressed everything. I no longer play the “what if” game or assumed the worst is going to happen. It’s not that I’m never afraid anymore; rather, I choose to discard the fear and refuse to be ruled by it.

Also, when we begin to embrace the fifth dimension paradigm, many of us feel a strong desire to help other people, whether or not we know how we’re going to do that. We just want to, and it’s important to find a way. Along with that comes a belief, however small in the beginning, that we can make a difference in the world and those around us, that we have something to offer. Maybe it starts in the work place. Maybe it begins at home or in how you perceive yourself. As you ascend to fifth dimensional thinking, you begin to see your own worth.

Your Perceptions of the World Around You Begin to Change

Once you embrace fifth dimension thinking, you begin to not only become more aware of your surroundings, but you begin to notice more positive aspects. That’s not to say you’re not aware of all the bad things still happening in the world, but you begin to notice that people are taking notice of some of the wrongs, and realizing they’re not acceptable. This starts at an individual level and grows into a collective outlook.

There has been racial inequality in the world forever, but more and more people are taking action to put it in the past. The same can be said for sexual inequality and harassment. Whether or not you support or are impressed with the Black Lives Matter and #Me Too movements, you have to admit that, although the problems have consistently existed, the cries of injustice attached to them are relatively new. That’s progress!

People who want to overpower and control others they’ve decided are beneath them are beginning to be called out on their beliefs and actions. Bullies are losing ground and support. Racists are being held accountable for their actions more and more. Men who have coerced women are being prosecuted. The more awareness there is, the more growth of individual and collective change. Yes, we still have a long way to go, but we’ve begun the journey.

A Change in Your Reactions

Another sign that you’re changing is how you react to things. I used to get so mad at stupid things like being cut off in traffic or someone being rude or condescending. Something so small used to adversely affect me for hours if not days. Stuff like that is minuscule in the grand scheme of things, but I had to make the choice of dismissing these things as not worthy of my attention, much less my peace of mind.

It took some time, and I still find myself reacting on occasion, but the difference is, it doesn’t feel right or normal anymore. I don’t feel justified in my anger, because I realize that, not only is it trivial, but I have no idea what kind of day or life the person who aggravated me has had to face. For all I know, they’re struggling with serious issues that have affected their actions. The bottom line is, whatever provoked their actions, they don’t have the kind of peace I have in my life now. If they did, they wouldn’t behave that way.

I rarely judge or argue with anyone anymore. Not only do I feel confident in myself and my beliefs and have no need to prove my point, but disturbing someone else for whatever reason also disturbs me, and any negative reactions I have bother me much more than the person who triggered them. I respect others’ points of view and their right to hold them. I know that there’s no one way that works for everyone, and everyone must find what feels right for them. That is a fundamental right we all have. When you feel more tolerance and acceptance for others and their differences, it signifies an adjustment of thinking that belongs in and dominates the fifth dimension.

A Change in Overall Feelings

Other fifth dimensional outlooks include an overall sense of peace and a growing sense of hope. You begin to believe that things are not as hopeless as the media portrays them, that there are still a lot of goodness and good people in the world. You begin to look for the positive side of things, and when negativity comes for you, you begin to learn how to center yourself in your heart to find the calm that resides within you, regardless of what surrounds you at any given time.

Many feel a new appreciation of nature and find tranquility there in a way they haven’t been able to in the past. A sense of connectedness begins to take shape. You begin to realize that we are all connected to each other and to the planet on which we live. What affects one affects all, and you begin to care more about that connectivity than for just yourself and your small corner of the world.

Final Thoughts

These are all signs to look for and to strive toward. Try to be aware of how you and your thoughts, reactions, and priorities begin to change. If you recognize any of these things beginning to occur in your life, you’re on the right track. If not, you can make a conscious effort to make them part of your life. It doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time and effort on your part, but the new outlook and paradigm these changes lead to is so absolutely worth it.

Consider also that these changes begin on an individual basis but spread to affect the collective consciousness on Earth, and once that happens, changes begin to happen on a greater scale, until the entire world is affected. To coin a popular phrase, be the change you want to see in the world. Actively seek to make a difference. Take a stand for something you believe in, and help make it happen.

Many blessings to all of you.


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