Albert Einstein: The Nature of Life and Dimensions on Earth – Part 1/2
by Steve Beckow
September 14, 2011
Albert Einstein – The Nature of Life and Dimensions on Earth – Part 1/2
Humans usually think of dimensions in terms of measurement. The term “measurement” refers to length, width, depth in the third dimension; with the added element of time is the fourth; and numeric assignment to the fifth. I wish you, my dear friends, to think of dimensions in a different way – not excluding measurement but as a measurement of growth and qualities of being; states of existence. As humans you have come to consider growth as the core definition of what is alive – what is living. Examples of this would be trees, plants, animals, crystals, and of course human beings. It is natural for you to think of yourselves as the top rung of the food chain of life which expresses in the third dimension.
What you and I, when in form, failed to realize is that life, life forms, and dimensions are not a ladder but rather a circle. That circle of 12 dimensions, each with 12 planes, defines this universe in which all life forms participate, or have the capacity to participate.
Each dimension has qualities, or growth patterns, that define it. That is the concept of dimensional measurement; you are measuring the energy force of that quality. Each of these dimensions has their own signature as, it were, and of course within this there is a gradation – much the same way as a diamond has a gradation. I wish to discuss these but first I outline them.
But before I do it is necessary to put your preconceptions and judgments about ascendancy aside. Each dimension has a plethora of gifts or learning opportunities – opportunities for evolution on the physical and spiritual scale. What you also have need to realize is that all of these dimensions operate and are observable in the third dimension.
One of the qualities of the third dimension is the ability to observe all dimensions and realities in the physical life form. Now it is time to pay attention to what is being represented to you but that you have not adequately observed. I suggest this to you because that is part of the process of being born into the third dimension – it is the possibility and the responsibility to observe like a scientist.
The first dimension is amorphous, having no defined or classified form. Believe it or not ideas fall into this categorization. Ideas are simply a chemical electro-magnetic event. Ideas have no form until such time as they are brought into action and form. You have an experience of this dimension when you are brain-storming or free-associating, letting ideas move and circulate throughout the inter-dimensional field. That is why so often there are similar concepts or scientific discoveries at the same time. It is from this place that the understanding of the 100th monkey emerges. Both the first and second dimensions hold the qualities of humility and prudence.
The second dimension has the aspect of flat spatial extent, meaning that there is no depth and therefore often not perceived by the human eyes. The quality of this dimension is the ability to mutate, grow and evolve from one amorphous mass into another and so on. These are often micro-organisms, virus or bacteria, such as a common cold. Cancer also falls into this dimension – evolving from a cell and often mutating into a tumor or growth. Usually the life form of the first dimension is only observable under a microscope – but the presence of this life form is clearly evidenced both in nature and within your physical bodies. This dimension teaches inter-dependence as life forms are dependent upon a host whether it is a human form, air water and so on.
There are many life forms that inhabit this universe who are of this nature, popping in and out depending on whether they are facing you or not. Not many of them inhabit your planet, but one example is of the Serros (1) who feed energetically upon humans. This is not a malign activity but simply an inter-dependence that one life form must attach to another in order to survive. The quality of this life form, similar to the first, is that there is no experience of emotion. It is learning to simply be in form and learn interdependence without the presence of emotion.
What many of the scientists are defining in String Theory as the other 11 dimensions are in fact aspects of the 12 planes of this dimension. They have not yet made the quantum leap to understanding that dimensions are not defined by physicality but by qualities of growth.
The third dimension as you are aware is defined by the quality of the perception or experience of physicality – meaning that the universe is perceived through the experience of length, width, depth. But the growth quality is the ability to embrace all dimensions, realities, emotion and spirit. It also has the unique quality of freedom of choice. All of the numerically higher dimensions have the opportunity to exhibit in the third. The growth opportunity and quality of the third is the ability to choose to expand beyond the mere perception of physicality, and, incorporate all aspects of self.
This is what the Universal Mother (2) talks about when she is discussing incorporating all aspects of self. The third dimension is not limited by the time-space continuum; it merely appears to be. That is the challenge and the opportunity in the third is to reach beyond physical appearances.
The fourth dimension is the quality of magic, what many of you think of as alchemy. (3) It is the growth into the realization and action of being an agent for transformation, transmutation and transubstantiation. This dimension is very easily accessible from your third, and is witnessed continually by living masters such as Sai Baba; divas, fairies, elementals and so on. It is important for you to realize that once you have anchored this growth component within yourself, i.e., once you have anchored the fourth dimension lessons and growth within your being, these beings and abilities will be not only visible but commonplace. An everyday human example of this dimension, and one which bothered me throughout my human life, was the splitting of the atom. What you think of as science is often simply operating within this dimension.
The fifth dimension growth opportunity is the ability to cope, create, manage and manipulate change. This channel has often spoken of the fifth dimension where the quality of change is constant. That is correct but the rationale behind this is that the being is learning how to deal with and create change. It is the precursor to creation. You live in an infinite universe, one that is constantly in the process of change and growth. If you are not able to manage change internally and externally then you can not incorporate the qualities of the higher dimensions with grace. Therefore the growth aspect of the fifth is the ability to move through change, manipulating it in ways that are loving, kind, considerate of self and the collective, and respectful of the grander plan of unfoldment.
There has been a great deal of discussion about the Earth, Terra Gaia, moving into the fifth dimension. This speaks to a fundamental misunderstanding of the quality of dimensions. The dimensions are not fixed points on a compass. They are a circle dancing, moving and expanding constantly. There is constant movement with and between all of dimensions – they are fluid. The planet, animal and human kingdoms collectively have been intensely learning the lessons of constant change.
What do you think the explosion in technology, human advances and thinking has been about? The human community has managed enormous change in the past few hundred years. No, not always well or wisely but that is the nature of the dimension – it offers the opportunity to learn the growth lessons of that dimension. Gaia which operates at a very different frequency and time/space continuum from humans has conquered the lessons of change eons ago. So have most of the other kingdoms.
So when there is discussion about moving from one dimension to another, simply think of it as moving from one classroom to another, passing from one grade to another, while understanding that sometimes you have to go back and review basic principles in order to remind yourself what you learned and forgot.You do not eliminate the spatial and time continuum because you are moving inter-dimensionally. You are expanding yourself while remaining in the form and expression of the third dimension.
The qualities of growth that occur as part of the shifting in and through the fifth dimension are patience, stamina, humor, and wisdom that the more things change the more they are constant. Love and joy are constants my friend. And by the way, why would you think these blessings and qualities are the exclusive purview of the third dimension. That is truly of human ego.
The sixth dimension is my favorite – it is the place or state of being where ideas and belief systems mutate into form. This dimension has often been defined by this channel as the dimension of chaos. There are many above and below who would suggest that the human race collectively is in the process of experiencing the growth opportunities of the sixth. When we say chaos we speak of it in terms of creative chaos – for in every chaotic situation – whether it is internal such as cancer or external such as war or societal breakdown, there is an opportunity for growth. Often you have heard me speak of the process of implosion/explosion of creation. Chaos is the nucleus for that action and outcome. It can be beautiful and magnificent – think of it as the Big Bang, think of it as the birth of a solar system, the death of a star.
The biggest opportunity for growth of the sixth dimension is the understanding that you are not in control. It brings with it the growth of the qualities of surrender, trust, fortitude and hope. It is the ability to acknowledge that seemingly random chaos has a Divine patterning. It teaches the lessons of reaping what you sow. It brings forth a profound appreciation of the gift of the unknown.
(Concluded in Part 2)