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Welcome to the Fifth Dimension: The Quintessence of Being, the Ascended…

by Bianca Gaia

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This book is filled with deep wisdom, perhaps particularly the parts channelled by the author from Gaia under the name Bianca Gaia.

But I found some of the language to be vague and unclear, which detracted from comprehension. This may have had to do with the fact that it is a translation (from the French). The print is quite small and the presentation /appearance of the book as a whole is unappealing.

The content is of a high quality, however. We are told, “Your cellular memory knows that all the dimensions are neither places nor time-spaces but rather … states of being”. We are already multidimensional beings, are connected to all that lives and consequently have access to all the past experiences and knowledge “accumulated through the centuries and all the healing available in the universe”.

There are valuable exercises, meditations and "integrations", e.g. “Your soul’s song” and “I am a tree” meditation, together with many diagrams and illustrations. There are chapters about the five dimensions, the five energy fields, activating the ruling chakra, the five great soul families, etc. etc.

The final chapter deals with the five phases of ascension,

We are given a protective prayer:

“May Gaia, our Mother Earth

Watch over my every step.

May the angel Michael secure my right

Gabriel my left

May Uriel walk in front of me

Raphael behind me

And may God almighty

Protect the top of my head.”

To sum up, I would say that the actual content of the book is probably invaluable – it’s just presented in a way that makes the book difficult to read/get through, at least for some, hence the reduced number of stars. ( )
  IonaS | Nov 19, 2013 |
I haven't read a book that has had this much impact in my life since Ruth Montgomery in the late 80's.

Intelligent, straight-forward, easy to understand, and even easier to apply. This book helps you to open your eyes to the inner you and helps you to embrace who you are and who you can become.

After years of bad or little-thought New Age books hitting the market over the years, it's extremely refreshing to read one that has SO much to offer. Souls on every level of their journeys will find something of value within its pages. ( )
  savageknight | Mar 11, 2010 |
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