The Door to the Fifth Dimension

We are standing in the doorway to the fifth dimension. Humankind is being given a rare opportunity to choose, as a species, which “door” we will go through. We must choose wisely and we must choose it together. Even if we don’t know what is on the other side of this transition between third and fifth dimensions, it will lead us inevitably to the next “chapter” of who we will become.

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Some doors that you open, Can never be closed. Choose wisely
Choose wisely

Some doors that you open
Can never be closed
Choose wisely

~deBrady.biz

Endless possibilities…the doors that appear before you seem endless.

When considering what to do first, remember this: Every door leads you to another possibility. The choice is always yours, even if it may not seem to be that way at the time. Sometimes it may seem that you can go back through the door if you don’t like what you find on the other side. More often than not, you will try to return through that door and find that it is either locked or not where you thought it was.

There was a long-running TV game show where the guest would be asked to choose one of three doors. Sometimes they would be given the option of giving up what they won for a chance to pick again and get what was behind the new door. Sometimes they did, sometimes they didn’t. Sometimes they found out what was behind the other doors and were glad they kept what they won. Other times, they gave away the better prize only to find out they got a dud in its place.

Life is not a game show. We don’t often get to choose again, nor do we have the opportunity to find out what wasn’t chosen. We have options, but they are linear in nature. The timeline of our human existence runs one way; all the other choices lead off into alternative realities that we will probably never know about. This is how it is, like it or not, this is the nature of choice in the third dimension.

We are standing in the doorway to the fifth dimension. Humankind is being given a rare opportunity to choose, as a species, which “door” we will go through. We must choose wisely and we must choose it together. Even if we don’t know what is on the other side of this transition between third and fifth dimensions, it will lead us inevitably to the next “chapter” of who we will become.

You are here for a reason. You are awakening for that reason. What lies beyond this particular doorway is a path that has never been taken before and, understandably, that can be a bit frightening. So, know that it is also a time of choosing…make sure that you are choosing wisely for there will be no going back. Fear is just the human mind not being able to know that its choice will bring something good…or at least better…than this time, this reality, that it think it knows.

Regardless of whether you, personally, find fear and trepidation in these words, you will be asked to choose. In the end, the door must be opened and we will all have to step through. Be bold, relinquish the fear of the unknown. The Universe is ever on our side.

~deBrady.biz

Long time ago in a spaceport far away

Terminal Time

In my corner to the Universe, if all the electronic devices had stopped working, we would have been as dead as a Dagobah swamp rat. That being said, there were many times when my PERSONAL devices either malfunctioned or were just plain missing-in-action.

On those rare occasions, sitting in some strange outer rim spaceport where my translator didn’t even work and I couldn’t converse with the other pilots waiting for our next mission, I grabbed my trusty graphic stick and scribbled. If no words came to mind, I tended to like to make caricatures of my fellow erstwhile companions stuck in spaceport limbo.

Star Wars character doodle unfinished

No need for a device…just scribbling and doodling for me!

via Daily Prompt: Terminal Time

Just Write …for NaNoWriMo…

Just Write (timed writing exercise, 11/6/12, 377 words in 10 mins)

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Whenever you get the urge to write something you should begin in earnest and not let up until you have exhausted the inspiration that started it. Once in awhile, you might get an idea. Run with it and see how far that goes and where it may lead.

Be fearless in your writing. The written word is indeed powerful but you might strangle the core idea if you try to parse it into something less than what you believe it should be. You may be talking about something politically or emotionally charged. You may be advocating for something that would shock your family and friends. They probably won’t see your writing, unless you let them. Know and trust this internal inspiration as coming from the font of all good things.

When you write in the way that you are inspired to do, nothing and no one can or should stop you. Set a time for writing and stick to it. It should be just like a job that someone else would be willing to pay you to do. And, it can be that. You could be paid by someone to write for them. But, even if no one literally pays you for your writing, you should take pride in this accomplishment.

Valuing what you have to say is probably the single most important thing to bring your writing ideas to life on a page for someone else to read. Remember that every book, magazine, text, web content or advertisement started as an idea in someone’s head and made it onto a page through its being written down to be shared. Nothing that you read anywhere at any time comes from out of the blue; it comes from someone writing it down.

Believe in your ability to capture this Genie in a Bottle and putting it in black and white. Write long hand, short hand, in pieces or as a volume, it doesn’t matter. It does matter than you take this initiative and just do it. And, be happy that you have. Save the editing and rethinking for a separate session. All that matter is the capturing of the idea in written form. All that stands between you and your completed work is your willingness to do this.

Daylight Saving Time Ends Today

NOTE: Although I like getting an “extra” hour in the fall…it was at the loss of an hour in the spring! Not fair…;)

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The clock on the dresser said 8 am. I had woken up. I was just about to move myself out of bed (and perhaps even make myself a cup of tea). I was almost at the brink of thinking up some ideas to write on. Maybe even make breakfast.

I was just about to place my present at the right moment in the scale of my life between the blank that came right after I went to bed last night and this morning when I rose out of the foggy depths of sleep.

Time was supposed to pass slowly because it was Sunday.

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I’m Doing NaNoWriMo 2012!

NOTE: This is my first year too…although I refrain from saying it is an attempt, which is second cousin to “try”! Do or do not, there is no try…

Words Can Break Hearts

This year I will actually be attempting NaNoWriMo 2012. For those of you who don’t know what this means, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and is where people around the world commit to writing a novel of 50,000 words in 30 days. I’ve been wanting to have a go at this for a few years now but didn’t have the confidence. This year however, I’ve decided to give it a go!

I’ll admit I was a bit late to start with this, I only remembered it started on November 1st last night at around 10pm so at the moment I’ve only written 600 words. Still it’s a start! I will hopefully be making up for this today, cramming in a couple of thousand words. The aim is to write about 1700 words a day.

The big question was what to write about? Well, I have tentatively put that…

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Quantum Jumping

NOTE: Amazing stuff…scifi made real?!?

RealityShifters Blog

I’m delighted to announce that the Mind Control episode in which I talk about quantum jumping on  William Shatner’s Weird or What aired on Canada’s History channel August 14th, 2012. You may be able to view this episode now, if you live in Canada, through the History channel web site.

The synopsis for Weird or What: Mind Control reads: Three spine-tingling stories about mind-control: a man with a mysterious implant believes aliens have been monitoring his every move; a séance turns a housewife into a literary genius; and, a California woman suspects she is the target of a sinister government experiment.

All three segments on the Mind Control episode are fascinating, as they raise pertinent questions regarding how we interpret unusual situations and experiences. I love William Shatner’s playful sense of humor that provides just the right comic interlude between serious investigations into mysterious phenomena.

I was interviewed for the…

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