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Your energy field is fluid and is constantly changing depending on your vibration and your openness to receive incoming insights. When you were an emerging Being, your energy field was in a subtle form and had not yet developed into solid energy.
You were constantly observing your surroundings and events that were taking place. This allowed you to play your role for greatest good in the developing Universe. As you settled into the third-dimensional reality, your physical body became more solid, and you did not realize that you still had the opportunity to change yourself at will. What appeared to be solid boundaries around thinking and concepts developed.
New ideas were harder to incorporate due to these conditions. Now you have advanced to a point where you know that you are a multidimensional Being of Light.
You are aware that you can change as easily as changing a thought or an action. You know that nothing is fixed permanently. Petersburg as the Russian Empire 's principal, year-round port. However, to the Arctic port Archangel at the end of the seventeenth century Crusoe and his business partner make their way with a shipment of sables and Chinese silks for the Western European market. From the mid-sixteenth century, the chief Western European vessels in the harbour every summer were Dutch and English, although it was chiefly the former who traded in this area.
Archangel Zadkiel Through Linda Robinson – Focusing On A Multidimensional Perspective
As Crusoe's narration implies, Archangel was originally situated several miles inland, up the Northern Dvina River, near the White Sea, rather than actually on the ocean, as the illustration suggests. Its history as an English port-of-call began in the middle of the sixteenth century:. Three English ships set out to find the Northeast passage to China in ; two disappeared, and one ended up in the White Sea, eventually coming across the area of Arkhangelsk.
Ivan the Terrible found out about this, and brokered a trade agreement with the ship's captain, Richard Chancellor.
Trade privileges were granted to English merchants in , leading to the founding of the Company of Merchant Adventurers, which began sending ships annually into the estuary of the Northern Dvina. Dutch merchants also started bringing their ships into the White Sea from the s. Scottish and English merchants also traded in the 16th century; however, by the 17th century it was mainly the Dutch that sailed to the White Sea area.
On your spiritual journey you may have witnessed many different thought patterns and viewpoints from other persons and from situations you have encountered. Some of those patterns and viewpoints may have seemed to contradict each other. This can sometimes occur when they are viewed from a third-dimensional linear perspective. The third dimension tends to have a linear perspective.
Some situations may appear to be an either-or decision, while others have variations in between the two opposites.
Archangel Zadkiel via Linda Robinson, May 30th, – Sananda
For example, between black and white are varying shades of gray. Between day and night are varying degrees of sunlight. Another difference in opinion can occur when you and someone else are looking at a situation from a different angle. For example, you may see a large stone building. From one angle, it appears cold and imposing, while another angle may show delicate details carved into the stone that invite you to explore the interior.
Two people can see the same structure but have differing ideas depending on the angle of their view. The same linear perspective can occur when looking at issues such as love and fear.
The point at which you or someone else is standing on a linear dimension can determine whether you view something with love or with fear. However, when you rise to a higher vantage point that occurs at a multidimensional perspective, the seemingly insurmountable differences take on a very different appearance. In the previous example of the large stone structure, when it is viewed from a higher, multidimensional perspective, you can see both the massive size as well as the intricate details.