Sages talk about “the unknown,” “the unknowable,” etc. There is That which cannot be known by the mind, but can, I’m told, be experienced with the heart.
Now consider that these sages weren’t even talking about the next dimension; that is, Ascension.
They were referring to the experience of seventh-chakra enlightenment or Brahmajnana or God Realization. Very few sages went beyond Brahmajnana. But that stage is still within the Third Dimension.
Ascension is beyond the Third Dimension, including the Third-Dimensional seven-chakra system. The door to Ascension is beyond Brahmajnana, at a stage called Sahaja Nirvikalpa Samadhi. (1)
Sahaja means our natural state. Our natural state is not original sin but original innocence.
Sahaja Samadhi is a full and permanent opening of the heart aperture or hridayam. I have only experienced a partial and temporary heart opening; it was followed by the surging of an inner tsunami of love. It culminated in me, a few months later, drowning in an Ocean of Love, which left me in a state of full and complete satisfaction.
The chief Unknown and Unknowable is far, far down the track from what we’re discussing here. But these experiences are like successive snapshots of God, as we approach knowledge of God more and more closely.
Love is also an unknown and cannot be known by the mind. What passes for it here doesn’t hold a candle to it.
The Arcturian Group for instance “remind [us] that ‘unconditional love’ is NOT a form of ‘romantic love.’” (2) The Pleiadian Council advises us:
“When we use the term Love, we do not use it in the hollow sense many on the Earth have been accustomed to.” (3)
Jesus through John tells us that “the weak faint image of real Love … is all that you can experience as a human.”
“The illusion is like a pond in which you are immersed far beneath its surface and holding your breath, and from which you emerge for brief moments to breathe in the Love on which your very existence depends.” (4)
Ascension or “eternal life” is the answer, according to Mike Quinsey’s source:
“Eternal life [Ascension] comes through the Supreme Creator and is accompanied by the most exotic form of love that you cannot imagine.” (5)
Very funny, Mike, but true. We cannot imagine what that love is like. We can only experience it and feel the awe: “Oh, my, THIS is what the sages were talking about.”
Therefore there are grounds for calling this phenomenon – higher-dimensional love – an unknown and unknowable thing.
Knowledge can’t bring on this love. Money can’t buy it. Force can’t hold it. It arises with our yearning and striving at a time of our guides’ choosing. And when it comes, our lives change forever.
We experience this unknown love and, with that experience, we open the door to wider vistas and say goodbye to our old and crimping spiritual home.
(1) Sahaja = Natural
Nirvikalpa – No movement in the mind
Samadhi = State of trancelike concentration
(2) “The Arcturians: Perceiving the Unperceivable Part 1,” through Sue Lie, July 8, 2017, http://goldenageofgaia.com/?p=288647.
The term “universal love” is an interesting one. Higher-dimensional love is universal by its very nature. It wouldn’t be love if it was not. So what we’re saying looks something like this: (universal [universal love]). But the term does the useful work of distinguishing higher-dimensional love from our love, which is usually not universal.
(3) SanJAsKa and the Pleiadian High Council, “Pure Love Creates and Sustains your Realities”, channeled by Wes Annac, May 27, 2013 at http://aquariusparadigm.com.
(4) Jesus via John Smallman, March 22, 2015, at http://johnsmallman2.wordpress.com.
(5) Mike Quinsey’s Higher Self Message, Oct. 4, 2019, at http://www.treeofthegoldenlight.com/First_Contact/Channeled_Messages_by_Mike_Quinsey.htm.
“Eternal life” we’ve always had; we are, and have always been, immortal souls. But we’ve had to be born and die in physical bodies again and again, which the Buddha called the Wheel of Birth and Death. Life on the Fifth Dimension does not require being born and dying and it’s in this context that it’s called “eternal life.” It is what Hindus call Moksha or Mukti – Liberation from the Wheel of Birth and Death.