In answer to my plea for help understanding how the universe at its highest levels is organized and operates, Suzy Ward sent me a chapter of Matthew’s Revelations for a New Era.
Matthew takes us on a tour of Reality at levels so sublime, words would fail us. Thank you to Suzy.
(Concluded from Part 3, yesterday.)
Fourth density is not a single “condition” or soul evolvement station separated from third density by an immutable barrier—no density is. Everything in this universe is energy ebbing and flowing, or more scientifically, expanding and contracting, and energy has no confined compartments. Densities have been numbered only for your understanding that as souls progress, they move forward to vibratory levels that offer new opportunities to learn and evolve, and each density holds many such levels. Furthermore, a fourth density soul can regress to third or lower, depending on the lifetimes of its personages.
Third density is especially arduous experiencing because it encompasses so many levels, and the difference between its lowest and the first level of fourth density is as dramatic as night and day. The evolutionary process from third to fourth could be likened to countless similar objects—let us say dominoes for your picturing—some at the foot of a mountain and others climbing it. Observing closer in, you can see that not only are the dominoes moving at different speeds, but some are going straight up, others keep moving a tad to the left then the right as they climb, and some are falling behind the dominoes they used to be in front of.
Using that analogy, when this era of spiritual renewal and world transformation started some seventy years ago, the vast majority of Earth’s residents were huddled at the bottom of the mountain. Since then, many have done so much side-stepping that they’re barely halfway up, some souls have fallen so far behind that they can only see the mountain in the distance, and many others have climbed so fast and steadily that they’ve almost reached the mountain peak—and to this last group, we say, “Hooray for you!”