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Fourth Dimensional Consciousness (Continued)

Raising Vibration

 

In my previous article on Fourth Dimensional Consciousness, I explained that the vibrating energy found in everything has a rate of vibration that is unique for each individual person or object. Regarding humans, I pointed out that most of us fall into a range of energy vibration that we refer to as the Third Dimension of consciousness (3D). At this time, approximately one third of humans are vibrating at a rate that takes them to the higher levels of 3D and they are getting ready to graduate into the Fourth Dimension (4D).

In that same article I outlined some of the benefits of living a 4D life and explained that we get from 3D to 4D by raising our vibration. Before I explain how we can do that, here are two important concepts:

A slow vibration gives the illusion of density or solidity (e.g. a rock), and as we raise the vibration, the illusion becomes less dense and thus, more non-physical. Another way of saying non-physical is spiritual, so pursuing spirituality really means raising our vibration.

Many of us make the mistake of thinking that the pursuit of spirituality involves the acquisition of spiritual knowledge. Some can recite the names of Ascended Masters, describe 97 yoga positions, explain a couple dozen ways to meditate, and tell you all about the chakras, channelling, astral travel, sacred geometry and life after death. Knowing about these things does not make a person more spiritual. Spirituality is achieved by what we think and by we what do; not by what we know.

So, what can we do to become more spiritual? Or, what can we do to raise our vibration? Here are a few ways, most of which I'm sure you've considered before:

  • Think thoughts and engage in activities that make us feel good.
  • Meditate regularly.
  • Laugh.
  • Love everything and everyone as part of the whole, without conditions.
  • Play or listen to uplifting music.
  • Maintain and upright posture.
  • Be grateful.
  • Help others.
  • Eat high vibrational foods.
  • Manage the Ego.
  • Manage the rational mind.
  • Practice allowance and acceptance, and reduce criticism and judgement.
  • Let go of attachments.

Each of these has been the subject of countless seminars and books. But, as stated before, the pursuit of spirituality is about action and raising one's vibration, and not about acquiring more knowledge. For now, just think thoughts and engage in behaviours that make you feel good. The good feeling is feedback to you that you are on the right track and that your vibration is rising. The bottom line here is peace. If what you are doing brings peace to your life, keep doing what you're doing. If your life is not peaceful, you might consider doing something different.