5 Insights On Unity Consciousness And Interconnectedness Of All Things
“Realize that everything connects to everything else.” ~ Leonardo Da Vinci
The evolution of consciousness is being felt all over the planet. As it does, the third dimensional belief systems or “truths” are dropping away to make room for a whole new crop of “truths” that resonate with the fifth dimension consciousness.
In third dimension we experience what is known as “duality consciousness.” The mind, which is what we are identified with in third dimension, is divisive in nature. It is in this realm of consciousness that we find “me vs. them” scenarios, “right vs. wrong”, “good vs. bad”, etc…
The mind lives in judgments and comparisons, therefore it must label each thing, person, situation as one or the other.
As we evolve into fifth dimension, or unity consciousness, we find that the “me vs. them” scenarios drop away to make way for a realm of consciousness that sees all as one.
Unity consciousness is more inclusive in nature. No longer are we seeing ourselves as separate from the whole, but rather we realize that we are part of the whole, and it is a part of us. Below is a list of third dimensional belief systems that are fading away and the fifth dimensional “truth” that is taking its place:
Duality Consciousness vs. Unity Consciousness
1) “My race, religion, nationality makes me different than others” vs. “The whole world is family. We are more alike than we are different.”
“When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European, or anything else, you are being violent. Do you see why it is violent? Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind.
When you separate yourself by belief, by nationality, by tradition, it breeds violence. So a man who is seeking to understand violence does not belong to any country, to any religion, to any political party or partial system; he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind.” ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
In third dimension we have seen entire wars being fought based on things like religious preference, the country you were born in or the color of your skin.
People have been severely abused, enslaved and been stereotyped by things that they either have no control over such as their nationality or race, or things that were most likely chosen because of a cultural “norm”, such as religious preference.
In fifth dimension we see that things like nationality and race are nothing more than a word. When we drop the “labels” we have for ourselves, we see that at our core we are more alike than we are different.
Each human being is born into this world experiencing fear, love and the whole range of emotions.
Yes, the details are different but as we rise above the details and focus on the overall picture, we see that things like the color of our skin, or the name we affix to our “God”, don’t really make us that different from the rest of the human race.
2) “The way I treat others has little to no effect on me” vs. “What I do to others, I also do to myself.”
“People who love themselves, don’t hurt other people. The more we hate ourselves, the more we want others to suffer.” ~ Dan Pearce
Because in third dimension we had become so accustomed to “me vs. them” attitudes, we find that the natural state of mind for man was one where we felt we needed to defend ourselves against others.
Since we viewed ourselves as separate from the rest of the world, we failed to realize that the things that we did to others was also having repercussions on us.
In fifth dimension we see that the energy we put out into the world attracts back like energy. We are never free from the consequences of our choices, and all causes have an effect.
This is one of the key insights you’ll experience when you get enlightened. (The realization of no self and the phenomenon of causal interdependence)
3) “Life is happening TO me” vs. “Life is happening THROUGH me”
In third dimension we were victims of our circumstances.
We were either dealt a great hand or a bad hand in life and whatever the case was, we were stuck dealing with life as it happened to us.
As our consciousness rises, we find that life does not happen to us, but rather through us.
We are made of the same consciousness that makes everything in the entire world, and as we form our perspective of the world we also shape our experiences.
The world we see is reflecting back to us what we believe about the world. We don’t see things how they are, we see them how WE are.
4) “My relationship with myself makes no difference in the world” vs. “As I heal myself, I heal the world”
“Each time you raise the vibration of one of your emotions, you will no longer unconsciously take on the lower vibration of that emotion from another person. There will be no place in you that will attract that emotion from another. For instance, as you master your fear, you may recognize fear in others, but you won’t feel their fear as it it were your own.” ~ Sanaya Roman
As we heal unresolved emotions, and make our shadow “conscious”, we quite literally change the world we see.
Instead of being victims of other people’s behavior, which is what we believed in third dimension, we become the change we wish to see in the world and as a consequence the world we see changes.
As our own consciousness level rises and we rise to higher states of love and maturity, we find that the relationships we have with others begin to heal themselves, and ones that no longer resonate with our new state of being are dropped from our lives, naturally.
All relationships are attracted by us to further our evolution in consciousness. In fifth dimension we find that we learn more about ourselves than we do from others – tumultuous friendships and relationships – which allows us to learn and grow into higher states of awareness.
5) “The Earth and I are separate entities. The Earth’s resources are for my use and consumption” vs. “The Earth and I are one. By taking care of the earth I also take care of myself”
“When the blood in your veins returns to the sea, and the earth in your bones returns to the ground, perhaps then you will remember that this land does not belong to you, it is you who belongs to the land.” ~ Native American quote
The belief of the past was that we were just on earth. As we evolve, the new belief becomes that not only are we on earth, but we are from the earth.
The food that we eat becomes the cells of our body. Before we believed that we were the greatest species, and the earth and it’s other inhabitants were here for us to use and consume.
Unity consciousness shows us that all species have their place in the grand scheme of things. We all need each other. The love that we show towards our land makes for a better place for us and our future generations to live.
If in doubt, remember the priceless wisdom.
“Meditate on the breath (mindfulness meditation to build concentration and awareness skills) and then self-enquire (the teachings of Ramana Maharshi) until you are free of all psychological sufferings and ego. (aka enlightenment)
Do this everyday and trust in the process that eventually your mind will be healed.
Because all good things require training and patience.
Know that as long as you do the work, the results will eventually follow.”
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