Among other things, Steve Nobel talks about the difference between 3D, 4D and 5D consciousness. I understand what he means by not being able to manifest in 3D. I have spent much of my life operating within those limitations, as have others who are around my age or older. But it's very frustrating when you know intuitively that it doesn't need to be like that. You feel so restricted especially when every door you try is firmly closed to you and the last one you try, the one you least prefer, opens a crack to let you through. That's how it was during my school years and early twenties. But gradually over the years it has got easier especially since the Harmonic Convergence in 1987. I didn't even know what that was back then but I felt it. It was like a flood of positivity that came in and lit people up in a similar way to what happened in the 1960s. People relaxed a little bit more and the love flowed more easily. But mainly I felt a rise in frequency. How does that feel? It feels like things speed up and everything feels more exciting because change happens faster.
Nowadays, the frequency is much higher and I can feel it rising all the time especially since the eclipse in August. Going back to what Steve says about manifestation in 4D and flow, what he says is spot on. He says that you're in the flow when you are able to manifest easily and you feel the energy and you're moving with it. Then you fall out of rhythm or harmony with it because you close your heart and your vibration falls. Instead of a leaf flowing with the stream, you become too heavy and drop like a stone to the bottom and suffer the frustration of getting stuck there until you can change back to a leaf which you do by changing your focus from angry judgment of self and others to gratitude and loving acceptance of self and others. Whatever caused our vibration to fall is always about us in the end. The outer world being a reflection of what is going on inside of us. Another block to clear in the form of a memory of a past hurt or failure, something to forgive ourselves for. Something we dislike about ourselves reflected back to us by another. Uncomfortable feelings rising up to be felt, observed, understood, integrated and the negative emotional charge transmuted into positive awareness and acceptance.