Two Into One

March 19th, 2012

In my vision I’m standing over the water, with one foot in a boat and one foot still on the dock. At first I thought, this is two time lines, merging, and perhaps I am holding the boat in place, creating some kind of a bridge. But then I realized that although I am creating a bridge, energetically speaking, I am not holding the boat forever. At some point I will be getting on the boat and heading out into the river. I don’t know what will happen to the time line I leave behind (the dock). I just know that I am getting into the boat.

Recently I read something about the dimensions, i.e. the 3rd, the 4th, the 5th (I think it was in Barbara Hand Clow’s book, but I’m not 100% sure). Anyways, she was talking about how we are currently “in” the 3rd dimension, the 4th dimension is where our collective emotions and consciousness reside, and the 5th is where we are headed, which is much closer to an awareness of Unity. I’m paraphrasing and probably messing it up a bit (so don’t take this as definitively what Barbara Hand Clow wrote), and certainly I don’t know everything. I can just say how it feels, and definitely I’m feeling that as the boat is pulling away from the dock (and it IS pulling away) the emotions of the group are flowing up under me.

Being awash in the group’s milieu can be uncomfortable. There is much fear and confusion and guilt… but it helps knowing it’s not all “mine.” Of course whatever I perceive is mine, but it seems easier to let go of when it didn’t originate in this Ego.

I have had visions of us (humans) drawing lines, swirls, in the ethers… wherever we go we drag our energy signature around behind us, leaving these beautiful whorls and curls. And when two people come together they turn around each other creating these amazing shapes. Up and up and up, forward, onward ………….. it’s very difficult to put into words as you can see.

There’s really no point to this essay, I have just had these visions for a while now and decided to put them into “print.” This feeling that the boat is pulling away is exciting; I am anticipating a great adventure coming up! More new forms to create, new directions to take myself. It’s like standing on the edge of a cliff, ready to jump—with my wings on, of course!

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