Living in the Fourth Dimension

Ascension into the Fifth DimensionSo, it seems that many of us are now stepping more and more fully into the Fourth Dimension, on our way into the Fifth Dimension. The fourth dimension is a bridge we’re crossing—or a kind of transitional phase we’re passing through—to help prepare us for entering the Fifth. This makes sense to me. Entering the Fifth Dimension seems like such a huge leap to make—we do need a stepping stone.

Most reports we hear about these higher dimensions speak a lot more about the Fifth Dimension than they do about the Fourth. And what I hear about the Fifth Dimension is exciting. My whole being resonates with what awaits us there. It’s utterly familiar to me on a profound level—like a long-lost memory finally surfacing—and there’s a deep longing that arises to simply be there again at long last.

But my interest at this point is in the fourth dimension—because that is what I am more aware of on an everyday basis these days. And it’s where many people I talk to seem to be focused on, as well.

More Detachment

How can I describe my experience of this Fourth Dimension? First of all, more and more of a detachment about the outer world is present. This has been developing in me for years—but it is ever more powerful now. It’s as if in a certain way, I am no longer really involved in the third dimensional world. Of course, I am still dealing with third dimensional concerns and with people totally involved in that level. But more and more, there is a distance I sense with everything physical and material. It’s as if I am somehow operating my physical body and objects around me from a remote distance.

Choosing Solitude

Something else I am noticing is that I am choosing to spend more and more time alone, in solitude. Unless I’m with people who are in this same kind of space I’m in, I get bored, antsy. I want to leave and just be in my own space. Sometimes a concern arises that I’m becoming too much of a hermit, that I no longer have the number of close friends I once had—but then I just hear, “This is appropriate. Don’t worry—it’s part of the process.” And I let the concern go.

Third Dimensional Passions are Gone

Something else I notice: I am finding myself almost totally without passion for anything—except for the subject of ascension into higher levels of consciousness and awareness. That passion continues to burn ever more brightly within me. But passion for other things this level of experience offers—they’re gone. I have no real desire to travel anymore. No desire to learn anything more on this level. Or accomplish anything new. Certainly no desire for acquiring new things in my life.

It’s a sense that there’s no more need to do anything or go anywhere anymore, in order to accomplish anything. The game—whatever it is I’ve been involved in here for eons—is finished.  I am simply waiting for what is next. I am waiting for the next game to show up.

Uncaused Joy

This Fourth Dimension seems a whole lot clearer than the third—less stuff psychically to encounter. My days are basically smooth and uncomplicated. There is a glorious joy that sometimes arises often out of nowhere. There’s an expansion with this, like the whole universe is suddenly open to me to flow into. There’s light—lots of light—that pours into me, sometimes bringing me to tears.

There are times when I tune into the human race and the opportunity we all have now to be released from suffering, and I find myself sobbing with the love and compassion flooding through me. It feels like it has been millennia that I have waited for these times to arrive, and they are finally here. What incredible joy!

Sometimes I feel impatient. I want to be free and awake enough to simply enter the Fifth Dimension. But I am clear that this bridge of the Fourth Dimension is necessary. I need to relax and simply make my way across the bridge as quickly as I can. And enjoy this dimension as thoroughly as possible for what it is.

About Vidya Frazier

Vidya Frazier is the author of four books on the subject of Ascension: Awakening to the Fifth Dimension, Ascension: Embracing the Transformation, Triumph of the Light, and The Ascension Lightworker's Handbook . As an author, energy healer, and transpersonal psychotherapist, Vidya has offered workshops, classes and public presentations over the past forty-five years on a variety of subjects pertaining to spiritual awakening, drawing on sources from both the East and the West as well as her own inner journey. She has presented at numerous IONS events, the New Living Expo, and a 5D New Paradigm conference.
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3 Responses to Living in the Fourth Dimension

  1. David K says:

    Wow this is amazing. I feel exactly the same way. I have increasingly been feeling exactly the same things for the last few years. I am a 45 year old man. I have been having trouble in my personal relationships due to these feelings and have actually been seeing a Psychologist in an attempt to work out what is happening. He is considering a personality disorder of some kind. But ultimately, all my symptoms are simply what you describe above.

  2. Karen K says:

    I also have been feeling this way. I am 66 yo f and lucky to have found a psychiatrist who gets this. She told me my dreams indicate my transitioning into the 4th dimension. Load off. I thought I was depressed and a social recluse because I want to be alone. The world seemed more and more strange to me. No longer have desires to have things, do things, just want to listen to my guides and understand more of this transition. All is well. Physical limitations will be lifted. Must follow my intuition for healing now. So much peace awaits. Interesting how we think we are defective when in fact, we have been given a great gift.

  3. Since there is no mention of Jesus, the one true God, crucified and risen from the grave
    Forgiving those who choose Him and asks for forgiveness and choose to follow Him, I’m wondering if this concept is New Age or something else? I would love your thoughts?
    Sincerely,
    Sharon English

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