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Prompt: Adventures in 3D, 4D, and 5D

Absolute truth is central to our journey

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What has my journey of the 3D & 4D world been? What is 5D feeling like? These are great questions that are really hard to describe. How do you describe a way of living that we’ve never lived before? How do we know what 5D even is? Perhaps we don’t even have the words yet.

A New Vantage Point

One thing for sure is that I am seeing the world more clearly than ever before. If we describe 3D as being space (which makes sense since it is literally height, width & depth) and 4D as being time, what if the beginning of 5D…

How to experience all the magic that is truly possible

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One day, a podcaster asked me to give his listeners some steps that they could take to become tantric lovers. He asked, “Where can my listeners start right now — even if they’ve never studied tantra of any kind?”.

Tantra really isn’t about sex. It is a wonderful spiritual path of total expansion into our divine and physical selves. But when we apply these tantric principles our lives, this is where we find the magic… and lovemaking is definitely our favourite place to apply them!

Here is the list I gave him.

#1: Be with the right person

People often ask me how tantric lovemaking can…

To become who we truly are

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“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”
― Rabindranath Tagore,
Stray Birds

Isn’t it strange how we desire to have blue skies all of the time? There is an idea within me that I must look forward to the blue skies and be frustrated with the clouds, the rain, and the storms.

Yet… what if they just “add color to my sunset sky” as our friend says above? What if this judgment that comes to the surface is truly of no value?

Abraham-Hicks considers all…

Soulutions for the Universal Mess: Prompt

I’m not always sane… but I’m walking in a straight line

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It was 1999 when I had lumps growing in my breast, my mom had just died of breast cancer, I had two small children, and had no idea what to do. Luckily, a man/teacher/guru appeared just at the right time (as they do) to help guide me out of the ancestral pattern of women dying of cancer.

The biggest pattern to break was of being at the whim of the world. Being at the whim of the people around me. …

A Prompt: I would love to know your answer

What helps you grow into a greater version of who you are?

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“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear; nor did I wish to practise resignation, unless it was quite necessary. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life.” …

What I’ve learned in the past year

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I walked into our local health food store on the weekend to see a woman chatting with the store owner. The woman was frazzled and said that she hadn’t slept for days. The store owner introduced us and said, “Katrina will understand what you’re going through. Chat with her a bit.”

She dove into what she was going through. She was just realizing what was going on around her. She had spent the last year in total fear… and then “something” happened. …

Releasing all of society’s training about nakedness and beauty

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It was on my bucket list… and it was no small thing because I had always been very self-conscious about my body. I could barely imagine actually being naked in front of a bunch of total strangers. But I was going to do it.

My husband and I went to a resort in Jamaica that had two sides — clothed or “clothing optional”. (On the naked beach, the two sides were considered “nude” and “prude”. ) I could hardly wait to step into this fear and experience what this was like!

My husband, however, was not so thrilled. I’m not…

Our dreams are more valuable than we think

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“Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming”
David Bowie

I have always seen a bright and shiny world. I’ve seen a world where people actually connect and are loving towards each other. I’ve seen a world filled with Tesla technology and free energy. This strange custom of mining the Earth’s resources to burn them never made sense to me — especially when we are surrounded by infinite atoms of energy.

I’ve seen a world where money is abundant and we actually work based on our gifts and our joys for the sole desire of contributing to the…

Some fun questions & answers

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Lucy Dan 蛋小姐 (she//她) invited writers from her publication “The Brain is a Noodle” to answer these questions. Looked like fun to me!!

Here we go…

[1] What did you like to do most when you were 10? They say that this hobby is likely what brings you the most joy in life — is this something you still do?

I loved to read. At that age, it was mostly Judy Blume, Flowers in the Attic, and all the other classic young adult series from the 70s/80s. But I was always interested in alternative health and other ways of looking at the world. My parents got the magazine “Prevention” where I learned how to do acupressure to relieve headaches, all about how herbs can heal, and the connection of the mind, body, and spirit.

Katrina Bos

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