One thing that puzzles me is if my soul at some level of consciousness has decided to stick around for the wave to come and for us to make the transition or to check out. Then again I believe I read somewhere in the forum that we must die in order to graduate to 4th density. But I also believe I recall that I read some people will simply vanish and no longer be in existence on this 3rd level plane so perhaps my memory is not serving me correctly or I should just not bother puzzling over such things. I can't help but wonder what the future may hold, or perhaps its the past.
Hi Frank, yes, I recall that both options are "available", so to speak. Somehow, when I was reading that part of the sessions that talk about it, I couldn't help by thinking that although we may end in the same "level" (4D), the transition process is vastly different depending if you do it while alive and in body, or if you die first.
The thought that crossed my mind was that, if you die here as a result of Earth changes or whatever the future may bring, well, no issue, moving to 5D and then, if ready and already a 4D graduate , incarnating again and starting the new "grade". But you will starting from "scratch", probably being "born" again, whatever that means in 4D. I guess there will be no memories of your previous 3D experience, and the connections with those that jumped with you are "lost".
On the other hand, if you move to 4D while alive, using the wave, should we be ready for it, you may probably keep your memories, records, connections with the people moving with you, etc. That is huge difference, as some people may find themselves starting a new "grade" knowing what was behind, in an "adult" body (a juvenile one, as for what I recall) and with full memories of who they are.
That is, if a full family moves together while alive, they still keep being a family, just in a new density. If you move after leaving your 3D body, you start as a "baby".
It sounds a bit simple the way I write it,but it gave me food for thought about the different ways we could "graduate".