My work with other worlds is undertaken in the energy of friendship. I work with other life forms as a colleague.
Just as at one time Americans found people from India, Japan, Russia, Morocco to be exotic, and their culture strange and non-understandable, so, too, today we consider the denizens of other worlds to be strange and difficult to comprehend. Just as we had to extend our awareness – our consciousness – to understand other human cultures, so, too, today we need to extend our awareness to include other fully conscious, intelligent, evolved life forms who simply live in other dimensions than we do ourselves.
When we get ideas or inspirations, we are tapping into other worlds of reality. These worlds are very real and aware of us.
My work as a Nature Spirit Photographer began as a way my colleagues and I could prove their existence to other humans. It began slowly – a strong energy image here and there – and has now progressed to the point at which I can define different types of interdimensional life forms from the images that rocks and trees have grown into themselves. Rocks and trees physically stay in one place and evolve by identifying with the life forms whose energies they enjoy, replicating them in their own physical existence – their bodies.
These colleagues and I have begun sharing knowledge of these worlds via the photographic portrait studies they often call me over to make, when I am on one of my exploration outings. These images helped me understand some of the forms life in other realms can take. These are some of the life forms with whom we earth people will be inter-relating as our whole world starts going interdimensional – e.g. expanding in consciousness.
This is a very, very big universe, with many dimensions, worlds and life forms. Depending upon your own lineage and inclinations, the worlds you will first interface with may be much different from the ones I began photographing. My primary animal totem is the bear, and so when I first began interacting with tree and rock energy, images of bears were the easiest for me to see.
Life forms in other worlds are like us. There are good and bad, evolved and new, positive or negative agendas. Some worlds protect us and others seek to hold us back.
Depending upon which world you first encounter, your viewpoint of their dimension may be skewed. Therefore, it is important to look at this topic with detachment, as a scientific study, instead of emotionally.
This is a reprint of a previously published article.