Can Trauma Open Doors to Different Dimensions?

In this exchange with the Founders of the Akashic Records, they answer this question: Can trauma and disassociation open doors to different dimensions and our understanding of reality? Their response the connection between trauma, disassociation, and different dimensions of consciousness.

The short answer to that question is yes.

Dissociation can be a couple of different things, but there is a part of dissociation which is an attempt to find balance with another perspective or understanding of reality. And trauma does much the same thing.

Trauma and dissociation can go together but trauma is that event where the current perspective of What Is in this reality is too painful to take in. You attempt to find another perspective that either lessens or hides or eliminates the pain. Then the healing of the trauma happens when you’re able to do two things: 1. deal with the trauma and 2. deal with the pain and see it from a different perspective that’s not as painful.

When something traumatic happens, it creates tension within you. And that’s part of why you try to disassociate from it, you try to eject it, you try to put it someplace else. And then it just hangs there. It doesn’t go away. Even though you may think it’s gone away, it doesn’t go away. It’s still there, kind of pulling on your energy.

In order to find where the sense of awareness, where the sense of balance is for you with that piece hanging out there, in order for the trauma to be released, we need to find a different perspective where we can make peace with it. Essentially, we find a place where we’re able to acknowledge What Is about that little piece hanging out there.

Participant observes: This is a comment related to the question that was just asked, because I have read how, and I’m not a psychologist, I don’t know anything about this. So how traumatic experiences can lead people to dissociation? How the experience can make them like be diagnosed as well with ADHD? Things like that? And so I was wondering if this traumatic event or environment or whatever it is, can really make the people open those doors? It doesn’t mean that they don’t have to heal the other part. But yeah, it’s nice to see trauma as more like an opening experience, that experience as more than just like closing.

The Founders continue:

Well, the Records would say that it opens the door for that possibility to happen. It opens, and part of all of this is because people who are diagnosed with like ADHD or autism or whatever don’t always get there the same way. Nor is it true for everyone that’s diagnosed that’s actually the problem.

Sometimes trauma and dissociation can happen for reasons that don’t have anything to do with someone being neuro-atypical, but it can appear that way because of how they respond in their actions.

When trauma and dissociation do happen, it absolutely opens the possibility within them to look at things differently, and see things in a much more multi-dimensional way. Because often, for a lot of people, the way you deal with trauma is by coming to that place within yourself of understanding that there’s more to the world than a linear awareness of how things happen.

I’m not a psychologist either, but what the Founders are saying is that a lot of psychology, psychiatry, mental health, or whatever tends to be looked at within a three-dimensional, linear perspective, and then explained that way. And then treated that way. For a lot of people, that ends up being even more traumatic, because it’s either judging them or it isn’t meeting them where they actually are.

But we can also look at trauma and dissociation when we look at the parents. So on this energetic timeline, it’s not necessarily the child. We can also look at ancestral trauma and with past life traumas, but you have to have the right environment for that to come through the continuum.

So, in a family, why would it happen to one child and not all of them if that’s written into the genetic family code? It is very much that you need to look at it from a bigger picture perspective. That’s why it’s important to look at the soul imprints as well, and then you could ask, how was your birth? Was it a natural birth? What was going on with your parents? You can look at the whole environment, but that’s still looking at it three-dimensionally instead of the whole picture.

It’s also that even if everybody had exactly the same problem, which isn’t the case, the solution to that problem is going to be different from person to person, right?

I can have trauma, and my solution is to deal with it, let’s say on a soul perspective, and you can have trauma and the way to deal with it, is to take medication. And the problem becomes when someone says that one or both of those ways to deal with the trauma is either the only way or the right way or the wrong way.

Essentially, when we’re talking about human beings, what happens in any kind of disease is that our awareness of balance gets upset, and we don’t all get back to our sense of balance in the same way, even if the situation is exactly the same. The thing is: what works for one individual gives an example of what’s possible for somebody else. Like, I increased my vitamin C, they went and learned Yoga, you know, whatever all of the solutions are, then someone else comes along, and they’re like, Well, I got a similar problem, well, these people did all of these things. And so then you’ve got an idea of what might be possible. But even that, even though everybody else does it, doesn’t mean that that’s actually the solution for you. Your solution may be something completely unknown to the universe. In a certain sense, that’s what they’re trying to say about diagnoses like ADHD, or autism or whatever, that we’re struggling to try to understand what’s happening and in that struggle, we’re trying to control the response to be able to understand it, and that means that there are going to be plenty of people who don’t get the help that they need, because they don’t fit in the nice little boxes that have been created.

Which is sort of the whole definition of neuro-atypical: you don’t fit in the boxes that have been created. Which in a certain sense would be true about everybody. There’s a way in which all of us are atypical and we don’t all respond exactly the same. It apparently took a pandemic to try to get us to understand that, though the Founders would say that we still aren’t very good at that!

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