Archive for January 24th, 2017

States of being

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters you have said that you live at home in the Fifth Dimension, while we humans live in the Third Dimension and non-physical dark human souls live in the Fourth Dimension. I assume other beings live in the Fourth as well and would like to know more about that. According to String Theory the universe is comprised of multiple dimensions. Is there a one and two dimension? What about a Sixth and Seventh Dimension? How many dimensions are there and what are they like? Have you lived in those other dimensions also? Please tell us more. ~Christina, USA

ANSWER: In order to talk about the various terms in your language that are used to describe states of being, one must use judgment – hence it is not something we normally engage in unless we are teaching about the journey of a soul going through the human duality phase on Earth. All souls have the same essence, but they learn from human experiences in differing ways.

We use the terms third, fourth, and fifth dimension in our teachings only for the purpose of differentiating from each other the completely physical state, the transitional physical/nonphysical stages, and the totally nonphysical state in which you are simply your essence or soul.

Those totally caught up in judgment, where they rate, grade, and classify minutiae, have declared there to be as many as several hundred dimensions based on the human concepts of advanced “learning.” This is a human, physical phenomenon. They, like your reference to string theory, talk only about the physical world and not the spiritual soul, which has no physicality.

In response to other questions we have “humanized” the journey stages thusly: The first dimension would be plants and things that have no ability to process thought. The second dimension is animals who have some thinking abilities and humans who are totally controlled by others and don’t think they have to be responsible for their own actions (e.g., no conscience). The third dimension is souls having a human experience determining their human lives based on freedom of choice. The fourth dimension is where souls who have given up ego judgment now exist in unconditionally loving evaluation – they are still in physical bodies but easily commune with the spirits. The entire fourth is an area of physical and nonphysical beings: those just mentioned and souls who have left their bodies (died) but have chosen to stay attached to Earth rather than going Home – i.e., have become discarnates. The fifth dimension is nonphysical souls who have returned to unconditional love with Source – their point of origin.

Choosing torture as a lesson

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters, I recently read about the torture and murder of a Japanese girl named Junko Furuta in 1989. It is horrifying to think that someone could endure so much suffering. I would like to know more about the desired spiritual lessons of the people that were involved. Why would Junko choose to endure such a difficult death and what did she learn from it? How did she manage to keep it together for so long? You have mentioned in previous posts that when we label someone as evil, it isn’t always the case. People are just souls experiencing different scenarios. What did Junko’s assailants want to learn from this lifetime and why did they choose to do so in such a manner? ~David, Australia

ANSWER: It is humanly difficult to imagine why your soul, or any soul for that matter, would ever choose the lessons this young lady did. Her soul had been involved in prior experiences with torture and man’s inhumanity to man in general. She wished to find out the extent to which a human body could exist without losing their mind. Past participations included the Holocaust, the Spanish Inquisition, genocides in a number of African nations, slavery, and the Salem witch trials.

An additional incentive for this lifetime stemmed from a desire to have the citizenry examine and decide to revamp the Japanese judicial system. She wished to generate a social outrage to shake up the nation and even the world. So much goes on in the world where groups, and even entire societies, prey on individuals or whole subsets of people that she wanted to throw a spotlight on atrocities. This is an easy task with the influence of today’s social media – nothing seems to occur in a vacuum any longer.

Evil, despicable, psychotic, inhumane, sick, insane, and so on are terms attached to the men who perpetrated this event. But they, too, were carrying out the events they wished to experience during their tenure on Earth. These concepts or definitions concerning their actions are all judgments that third-dimensional ego minds require to separate their own actions from such atrocities.

To delineate what each man desired would not help anyone understand what happened. It is often the case that someone not engaged in the actual event cannot conceive the reason for its occurrence. Even when having the idea behind the action explained, the reasoning cannot be grasped or understood. Just appreciate that every soul is in charge of their own chosen lessons.

Following your passion

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters this question randomly popped up in my mind (might be helpful to someone else) people often say “one should follow their passion /do what they love” but if that were the case…There wouldn’t be anyone to clean streets or deliver food or odd jobs which necessarily aren’t ‘passion/talent’. I personally don’t think that only one job or skill can make you happy. What’s your take on it? ~S, India

ANSWER: The phrase “following one’s passion” has several implications. It refers to the elementary concept that a soul has total freedom of choice and that learning about yourself can only occur if you are in touch with your inner self or driving force. It looks toward souls’ ability to manifest that which they desire to experience. It encourages one to take responsibility for their decisions and to understand that as time changes, so will your need for diversity.

As a soul goes through their chosen life lessons, they may reach a point where the lessons no longer drive their life, and they are free to create a world of their liking. Now, this may be one of rest and relaxation, or it may be fulfillment of things always hoped for, or it may be to exercise the wisdom gathered through their lessons. They might have a strong need to help the less fortunate, or perhaps their ability to make art speaks to and is pleasing to others, and they wish to share.

Those whose passion is for a pursuit that will not financially support their human existence will have to occupy a portion of their time with one that will feed and clothe them. These people generally choose something that does not involve too much thought since that part of themselves will be taken up with planning the next passionate endeavor. They might find the perfect answer in washing dishes, cleaning streets, bussing tables, picking up garbage – none of which requires deep thinking.

You will find that making the connection to a passion enhances your life by being a force that “pulls” you through the rest of your time. It is all consuming and satisfying. But it, too, like all other phases of your existence, should be constantly evaluated to see if there is something that has a more dynamic effect upon your physicalness. Don’t be afraid to change or to try something new.