Based on her popular workshops in Canada and Europe, Welcome to the Fifth Dimension is author Diane LeBlanc’s guide to helping readers recognize and integrate their multiple dimensions. Through examples, exercises, and channeled teachings, she shows us how to regain our co-creative power and live each day and moment in a state of grace. The key, says LeBlanc, is Quintessence, a self-coaching program that revitalizes the five most important dimensions of human existence in order to feel better, recover from disease, and be fully happy. The book breaks Quintessence into groups of five: the five energy fields that surround the body, the individual’s five main ÒSoul families,Ó the five dimensions of the human brain, and others. The book assesses and draws on many contemporary schools of thought, as seen in books like The Law of Attraction, The Power of Now, and The Celestine Prophecy. It also provides original teachings channeled from the powerful entity LeBlanc describes as the "Mother Earth Consciousness," personified as Bianca Gaia who is LeBlanc’s alter ego. Packed with charts, diagrams, and illustrations, this compelling book encourages readers to radically enhance their health and happiness by opening their minds to this new way of thinking.
About the Author
Diane LeBlanc holds a degree in theology from the University of Montreal, as well as certifications in naturopathy, psychotherapy, aromatherapy, massage therapy, creative visualization and different energetic harmonization methods from magnetism to Luminescence. She lives in Southern Quebec. Bianca Gaia is the name Diane LeBlanc uses to distinguish herself as "the part of me that knows "who I am, "my multidimensional essence.
“Welcome to the Fifth Dimension: The Quintessence of Being, The Ascended Masters' Ultimate Secret is based on the author's popular workshop and gathers original channeled teachings from Mother Earth's consciousness. Chapters show how to explore the five dimensions of inner being and how to refine and define a personal spiritual mission in life, and will appeal to any new age reader and libraries catering to them.”
—Midwest Book Review