Last week I was praising the book, Waking Up in 5D: A Practical Guide to Multidimensional Transformation by Maureen St. Germain, which has many helpful hints about how to move into fifth dimensional awareness.
Today I wanted to discuss a couple of parts that I think would be helpful to understand what it feels like to be in 5D. One of the keys, she writes, is our emotions. When we are in fifth dimensional awareness, we still feel our emotions, but we aren't controlled by them. We don't stew in anger or get paralyzed by fear. Rather, we react with objectivity, acceptance and compassion. We let go of control and expectations. We dwell in the moment and allow our feelings to be present and then pass away, like leaves on a river (my metaphor, not hers).
To get into that 5D awareness, Ms. St. Germain suggests that we watch our words. Rather than using words or phrases that come from a dualistic point of view, she suggests that we replace them with objective, non-judgmental words or phrases. For example, rather than saying, "That's terrible," or "How bizarre," she offers the replacement phrases, "That's interesting," or "How noteworthy." Do you see how the judgment phrase is replaced by a more objective phrase? It takes out the emotional charge as well. She provides a page-long list of such replacements phrases. It's worth checking out.