Thursday, October 22, 2009

Vail, Colorado: Portal to the Fifth Dimension



We traveled to Vail, Colorado. The purpose? To spend a week tasting the living of life in the Fifth Dimension. Nearly 500 beings strong, we tugged off the veil of forgetfulness and wove ourselves into the warp and the woof of an energy grid several Masters spent nearly 30 years making.




The Fifth Dimension, like love, is a state of being. Once you try to describe it, you are lost in your mental body, your mind, and not your heart. The heart center, like Vail for that week, is also a portal to the Fifth Dimension. It is not a place you can get to with your physical body. You can travel in your Mercaba, a vehicle of light, if you have one. Or, you can simply slow your thoughts, open your heart, slip into its center and you are there.





Enter the Zero Point--the point of nothingness. In the Fifth Dimension, there is very little need for verbal communication--communication is telepathic. There is no complaining or yearning. There is a lightness of being...an ease that makes our Third Dimensional existence feel heavy and cumbersome, like living life in a clumsy space suit. A realm of all things and no things. Everything and nothing. All potentiality and no potentiality. Pure space. Shiva.




As a massage therapist, I spend most of my work day in a very relaxed, altered state. But, boy howdy, spending a week in such grace is splendidly blissful. The trick is to make it last. To not let the heaviness of this dimension weigh us down. We are truly multi-dimensional beings. There are so many dimensions beyond the Fifth to visit that the very thought makes my eyes bug and my neurons short circuit.




Well, enough blithering for one day. Time to enter my elevator and hit the "UP" button. Who knows what dimension I'll visit next?

20 comments:

Brian Miller said...

sounds like you had a great week! big smiles.

Reya Mellicker said...

Fantastic! Practice makes perfect, so how cool that you took a week to practice the perfection of the Fifth Dimension. LOVE this!!

Mary said...

Love this !! made me realize ( I forgot) I don't have to be wandering around in this sad sack body - Thank you thank you.

TechnoBabe said...

Sounds like you are still processing the nuggets of light and incorporating what you learned and earned into your therapy business. It sounds like your trip was a success. Welcome back.

Christina said...

Wow, what an awesome trip! I've never heard about the portal.
Good to have you back.

Ronda Laveen said...

Brain: I had a wonderful week! Beyond the Beyond.

Reya: Yes, it was a week totally, selfishly devoted to me and to the practice of the perfection of my multi-dimensionality. More frequently, I am able to realize that it is right here next to me.

Mary: It is easy to forget they ways of time and space travel. That those realms, dimensions and locas are right next to our skin, our breath. And when I bang my elbow into the doorway, I have to remember to get back in my "sad sack body" 'cause it's awfully clumsy without the mind to direct it.

TechnoBabe: I AM still processing what I experienced. The week was so full and we travled so far that it is amazing.

Christina: There are many portals available. Vortexes are also everywhere. You just have to start watching, listening, feeling and paying attention. There is much to learn.

Baino said...

I don't understand it, but I like it and I want it. I wonder if I can transport my current Boss into another dimention, now that would leave me quietly calm and feeling zen!

Ronda Laveen said...

Baino: The Boss Dimension!!! Oh, yeah! That's a brilliant idea. Can you imagine all the bosses in the world in one place at one time? What would they get done with no one to delegate tasks. Oh, tee hee. I'm having a great time imagining this:-)

Harnett-Hargrove said...

The more dimentions the better! -Jayne

Ronda Laveen said...

H-H: I agree. TOTALLY! You have the Harnett-Hargrove Dimension. I am so teleported every time I visit your incredibly inventive dimension. You take my breath away.

Candie Bracci said...

Oh I needed to read you nowadays,been missing your posts.I'm happy you are having those beautiful moments.I wish I could say the same,but it's the deady sky in here and don't seem to get away.My love life is a mess,there's a rat who is trying to make fun on me or whatever,he knows my phone number,my adress and the scariest part is electronic things seem to get mad too.Fortunately,I have few good friends who are a real support.Well,I guess this too shall pass.We all have had dark periods.Reading you is always a blessing.Much love to you and wish you have many more happy moments to come.

Love

Candie

Ronda Laveen said...

Candie: So sorry you are having such a hard time. Light and love to you. I thought you were getting married this spring. What happened?

xxoo

tony said...

Enjoy! Learn!! Report!!! x

Mrsupole said...

It must have been great to see the changing colors of fall. We are still using our A/C and will probably have days in Nov. and Dec. that we will have to use it. Rarely do we ever have any days below 50 degrees. But I have finally been able to stand to set the A/C at 75 degrees. I really would like to keep it at 68 but then Edison owns me if I do that. Very scarey to think that they want to increase our household energy bills. They just keep sucking every tax dollar they can get out of us.

Okay I need to go visit that Fifth Dimension right now. Maybe it will keep my BP down.

Back to the trees, I love the trees and maybe some year will get back east to see the changing of their colors. I hear it is awesome. And I am so glad that you missed the snowstorm and got to land where you were going. I wonder if I had breathing problems when I took my first breath, being so high up. I never thought about that before, or if the babies born there somehow adjust while inside the womb. Can you visit babies?

Did you get to dress all in white like in the pictures? That would be so cool to see 500 of you all dressed in white. White is soothing. White reminds us that we can float in the clouds when meditating. Yup, I really like white. I need to learn to meditate a little more.

Thanks for sharing about your trip. Will be glad when you post more.

God bless.

lettuce said...

it sounds amazing

and i like the photo looking through the window from outside

Ronda Laveen said...

Tony: I will learn. And...I will report. Thanks.

Sherry: Yes, for the most part we dressed in white or light colors. Tan, pink, lavendar, light blues, corals and greens. It is easier to do energy work with light colors. The matter is less dense. I have visited babies in the womb, yes. I think the babies and people get used to breathing in those high elevations. People bike, hike and ski the heck out of that area.

Lettuce: Thanks. I liked that picture too. It was so lovel, especially at night, seeing all of those crystal singing bowls lit up.

Candie Bracci said...

Thank you Ronda.I'm sorry I throw that here like that,like empying my bag on your blog.Let's say we have issues to work out before talking about mariage.But I'm cool.
Talk to you soon.
More love to you :)

Ronda Laveen said...

Love to you too, Miss Candie. And your welcome to empty your bag here any time!!!

Dorraine said...

It sounds like your time there was stuffed with diamonds of the soul variety. Very interesting stuff. I would imagine it was hard to come back to real life, but hopefully what you learned will stay forever. Thanks for sharing your experience, Ronda. Lot's of love.

Jai Joshi said...

Sounds like your week was fabulous. Thanks for the update and the pictures.

Jai