View Full Version : What will education be like in the 4th dimension?
10-13-2007, 02:21 PM
this question is to anyone who is more familiar with the work/ insights relating to the next dimension.
i was wondering how different education might be in the next dimension.
i was wondering whether sciences such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, languages and such will be as relevant there as they are here?
and are there any dimensions where beings can learn simply through osmosis?
10-13-2007, 06:23 PM
the nature of life in fourth density is largely a mystery to us -- not a whole lot is given, although a few scraps are thrown to us, such as that given in the 'ra' material.
i would guess that various sciences and arts will feature in 4d, although i can conceive that our experience of and learning about our 4d world may be more of a wholistic, or integrated thing, without necessarily the compartmentalization into various subjects such as we have here.
we are told to expect that life is 'one hundred times' more harmonious there than here.
it is given that there will be various job descriptions, though, some of which are teaching roles, and some of which involve service to those in 3d.
i would also expect that languages play less of a role, as one feature of 4d is the mutual visibility of each other's thoughts and feelings -- indeed, allowing for learning through osmosis',:) and as such, language may become more of a redundant thing.
other than a solid study of the law of one material, which is sort of required reading here on this forum, i would guide you to the divine cosmos home page, and click on 'what is ascension', which is found under the 'popular' heading.
it may be helpful to keep in mind that the reality of life in 4d will likely be beyond our comprehension now, perhaps in a similar way that a second density life-form will find much of human activity incomprehensible.[mental image of my puppy cocking its head to one side, as my little sister smeared on lipstick while wearing mum's hat and dress!]:confused: :)
for this reason, i personally try to focus on the here and now, and learning the lessons of 3d, which is the main thrust of the efforts as that such as ra.
although, it's certainly fun to wonder!:d
10-13-2007, 10:12 PM
this question is to anyone who is more familiar with the work/ insights relating to the next dimension. i was wondering how different education might be in the next dimension.vastly different. for instance, imagine education without any competition at all, where all students were treated equally. sadly our system of education is severely lacking when it comes to real life skills. students are not encouraged to think for themselves, they are expected to grow up to be just another cog in the wheel, living their life according to someone else's ideals.
and are there any dimensions where beings can learn simply through osmosis?unfortunately there is just no substitute for experience. we are here because infinite intelligence desired to experience what we are experiencing
10-13-2007, 10:34 PM
i only have insights. they may be true, or they may only be wishes. but let's continue.
physics and chemistry will still be studied, as 4d is still physical, and thus the role of scientists will be still necessary, though the manipulation of their skills in the construction of weapons of war (social, psychological, environmental) will be removed.
based upon the nature of 4d as being also highly fluid, substantially less solid and rigid compared to limited 3d perceptions, the nature of teaching would take on greater proportions in that both teacher and student would be able, to a lesser or greater extent, to feel the nature of the topic. to visualize, to explore, to see the connections within the universe.
so we would drive to the ocean, and feel the water. one could learn about sound through the study of the waves, lunar cycles, and the creatures that are going about their lives. one would feel their energy, recognize it and be able to recognize the nature of its relationship almost instaneously. one would see a bird in the sky and know what it feels like to fly, or to look at a dolphin and know the feeling of water rushing against its agile body.
or on another day, we could go to the forest and watch a tree grow. we could feel what it would feel like to be so strong, so balanced, so content. we could would pass by a stump and look at its rings, knowing on what fateful day its journey returned back to the source.
the ability to shift perception will be pronounced. a teachers role will be to provide experiences and to provide a degree of focus, though never control.
if a student grows tiresome of the lesson, they are welcome to explore an area of their own interest. by doing so, the lessons themselves will be everchanging and evolving into different fields of study, as students become engrossed as they see the infinite angles of knowledge. yet they will always know that these angles are all connected, and all point towards empathy. it all points to shifting your perception, casting away the reigns of a controlling, rigid mind and making the leap wholeheartedly in the exploration of the inner and outerverses, and knowing them to be the same.
10-15-2007, 10:12 AM
i enjoyed reading everyone's thoughts- thank you.
i would also expect that languages play less of a role, as one feature of 4d is the mutual visibility of each other's thoughts and feelings -- indeed, allowing for learning through osmosis', and as such, language may become more of a redundant thing.
with this in mind, perhaps we can also develop an empathy with the elements around us, etc, and therefor we wouldn't need to learn in the way we think of it, subjects like maths and science (which are, in a sense, just a form of language- all invented)
it would all be a part of us. we would feel such an empathy will all of creation around us and our relationship to it, that sciences as we know it would become entirely different.
for isn't it all our creation anyway?
and what are we all connected through?
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