In the last year or two I’ve been encountering more and more material about the earth moving from 3D to 5D. One of the characteristics many assume will be present is an easy flow to manifestation. It has felt right to me at some deep level.
It took a while for me to see that as funny, given the early stages of my journey. The language is different enough that I didn’t quite get they’re really saying a lot of the same stuff teachers in the 80’s were spreading about manifesting what you want by thinking about it.
New Age teachers like Arnold Patent, Shakti Gawain, and Jack Canfield came out of the woodwork,telling us that if we created a vision and said some affirmations we could create anything we wanted. Fueled by my reading of a number of Jane Roberts’ channeled works — mainly The Nature of Personal Reality — I jumped on the “I create my own reality” bandwagon.
Affirming and visualizing brought me some great manifestations, like my job at the Governor’s Office of Consumer Services and a straightened left leg (bone twisted since birth moved), but eventually the successes slowed and frustration set in.
Thanks to the deep work at Nine Gates Mystery School,and following it up with the Fisher Hoffman process with then-Nine Gates teacher, Ellen Margron, I began to see how old beliefs and issues can block the path of creation. Attracting what you want could only work as easily and effortlessly as claimed if you had done the work. It’s an ideal if everything is operating on the level of energy without blocks in the physical operating.
Over the next few years more teachers started including the idea that some amount of psychological help and clearing of beliefs is part of the package. But then in 2006 The Secret came out and spread the same “it’s easy” teaching as the 80’s crowd. The great gift to me from The Secret was seeing how negative thinking impacts our lives, and having learned my lesson, I wasn’t seduced by the “it’s easy” part..
Examining my own thoughts, I realized I might say a few positive affirmations a day but for the other 23 hours and 45 minutes thousands of negative tapes ran through ceaselessly. Around the same time a lot of teachings about the impact of ancestors led to seeing how negative thought patterns can be passed down through many generations.
So my next phase became lots of work on ancestral patterns and on changing the negative tapes to positive. I’ve cleared giant amounts of material and I’d say I’ve reached a point of leaning more to the positive in my thinking. Don’t know that I’ll ever be done, but progressing…
And now I find myself having moved a round or two (or a few) up the spiral along which we progress, circled back to the “it’s easy” place where I began. When I read assertions that in 5D manifestation will become easier I sense into it, a calm, definitive “yes, that’s true.” Enough of us have been doing all that clearing and raising vibrations, etc., it makes sense to me we’re on the verge of moving into a place where it’s easier.
There have been Indian gurus over the years who could survive without eating by manifesting energy. One of my favorite tales involves someone I became acquainted with years ago through my friend Gay. Hari (now Babaji) had fairly newly arrived back in Marin after going home to India for study with a guru.
He’d been instructed to go back to California with just the clothes on his back. When I first met him he’d quickly manifested house to live in, places to teach yoga and a following of students; I met him because he came to the attention of Nine Gates and has been teaching for Nine Gates ever since. Now he’s the leader of the Sonoma Ashram, which has a large tract of land/buildings/gardens in Sonoma and an ashram and a school in India.
Paramahansa Yogananda did it too but I like Hari’s version since his long association with Nine Gates meant meeting him many times. I can’t quite imagination the faith in abundance required to make such a journey with nothing. But I feel the power with which such faith creates a world.
When I sense into the 5D, I feel abundance so easily acquired that all our beliefs in the need for financial planning, jobs we hate, careful budgets, etc. will seem old-fashioned and unnecessary. We may reach a place where we can picture a loaf of bread and then find one in our hands. And better yet, a world where we can focus on peace and find peace.