The Etheric

Two Planes, the physical, and the physical-etheric. NW 2023

The etheric, anyone?

Though we can only see what we see at any given moment, I’m thinking if I do enough of these drawings I might train my inner eye to automatically see a lighter world through the density of this one. It will still be familiar. I can continue my strolls down Prospect Park West in my physical body the same as always, recognizing the lamppost and the stone wall. I’ll still see the man taking his dog for a walk. Meanwhile, in my mind’s eye, I’ll be inhabiting this lighter, brighter etheric world we’re told “will emerge on the physical-etheric plane of Earth . . . where, “Unfettered by the density of physical matter, the life of the Higher Self will flourish.”   

(From “…a shift in vibrational frequencies is now underway, from the density of physical plane matter to the higher frequency and lighted substance of the etheric plane.”)

It’s about seeing. It’s always been about seeing. The eyes just take a picture and send it to the brain. So I’m training my mind. It’s magical what the mind can see. Like dreaming awake. In the softer, lighter world of the Higher Self.  

About Nancy Wait

Nancy Wait is an artist and a memoir writer, "The Nancy Who Drew, the Memoir That Solved a Mystery," and a former actress (stage, film and TV) in the UK under the name Nancie Wait. She hosted blog talk radio shows "Art and Ascension" and "Inspirational Storytellers." Her current project is a second memoir, "The Nancy Who Drew the Way Home," due out in 2023.
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4 Responses to The Etheric

  1. Nancy, reading your essay it occurs to me that you might be interested in reading Dr. Joe Dispenza’s book:
    Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon. He writes in a very epi-scientific way about his practice experiences, very imaginative, very widely scoped….

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  2. If you get there before me, I hope you’ll reach out a hand and take me along! Lovely artwork, great imagination, as always!

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