Here is an excerpt:
"The Wave that I've been writing about regularly for the last two years is in full force and still accelerating as we head down the home stretch of 2012. What is The Wave? It is the surge of energy that has been sweeping change across the planet more and more, brought about by a collective intention that has been in place for quite a long time, as we think of it, to make the great transition (as the Pathwork Guide lecture refers to it) from a 3rd dimensional level of consciousness to 4th and then 5th dimensional consciousness. In other words, from the deeper levels of our being, we have all agreed to change the "game" we've been playing for much of what we think of as our history, and now play a new game, one in which we awaken more fully to who and what we really are. In this game, we become conscious creators of our reality, rather than the unconscious creators we've been up until now."
I also wrote a post a week ago entitled, "5D MEANS LESS PEOPLE, PEOPLE!", in which I quoted a piece whose headline stated: "U.S. Population Grows At Slowest Rate Since The Great Depression"
"The German insurance company, Munich Re, said some 20,000 people died from natural disasters last year, about twice as many as in 2012."
What's going on? And why I am writing about this? Not to alarm anyone. Actually, quite the opposite.
Now, let's make this point, folks: everything is energy, and energy is everything, and energy is never annihilated. Physicists have understood this for a long time. Metaphysicians have understood this even longer. No one, or no thing, ever truly dies. Death, as we've thought of it in 3D linear dualistic consciousness, was just a construct in the game we were playing. In Reality (with a capital "R") our consciousness merely transitions in and out of physical form in what we've thought of as the birth and death cycle.
So, while many of us have collectively agreed to stop playing the (very) old 3D game, lifting the veil of unconsciousness, many others are choosing the option of "going home," rather than playing the new game in 5D, here on 5D Earth.
It's okay, though. Really. Nothing ever truly dies and it's all just a game. Does that mean we shouldn't have feelings of sadness when we experience "loss?" Of course not. Feelings are an intrinsic part of the human experience.
This is a parable I heard once that I love:
A Zen Master was grieving for his young son that died. When the Master's followers saw him crying, they were confused.
"Master, why are you crying? You have taught us that death is an illusion."
"Yes," the Master replied, "death is an illusion, and the loss of a son is one of the most painful illusions of all."