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The Trap of the Fourth Dimension
Article by Sal Rachele
Dear fellow lightworkers,
This article will hopefully clarify some of the pitfalls we face along the path on our way to mastering the fourth dimensional principles of creative thought, imagination, karma and time.
The fourth dimension is our cosmic “scratch pad” for learning to be co-creators with God. The Universe gave us an entire dimension in which to try out our ability to create. We were given a mind and imagination as tools for the creative process. And that’s not all folks! We were also given a series of realms, or sub-planes in which to place our creations.
In order to fully understand the realms of creation, we were given the ability to immerse ourselves in those realms. That means that instead of remembering that these worlds are merely a painter’s canvas upon which to draw our thoughts and ideas, we began to believe these worlds were the totality of our being. A similar thing happened when we entered the third dimension; we began to believe we WERE these physical bodies. So now many of us believe we ARE these minds. It was easy to get trapped in the 3D world of bodies, with their instincts, sexual appetites, focus on survival, etc. Yet, getting free of that is easy compared to the traps of the mind. So let’s review the aspects of this vast mental realm – the training place for gods-to-be. And let’s take a look at the hows and whys of getting stuck and unstuck.
Description of the Sub-Planes
That which is commonly called the fourth dimension is actually broken down into the following sub-planes: The lower astral, the middle astral, the upper astral, the mental, the esoteric and the causal planes.
The lower astral is a repository of our densest thoughts and creations. This is where we find fragments of ourselves that were split off in anger, rage, terror and grief. This is the “hell” referred to in religious writings. Every time we disown a part of ourselves in anger or guilt, that fragment is cast into the lower astral realm. Anything we focus on intensely becomes a thought form and takes on a life of its own. That is because we are creators and what we put on the canvas of our minds becomes real within the realm in which it was created.