Ezekiel lived about 2600 years ago, during the time that the Babylonian Empire had subdued the nation of Judah and had destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple. Ezekiel was among the Jews in Judah who were taken as captives by the Babylonians to Babylon. He received his call as a prophet during the fifth year of the exile of King Jehoiachin. Ezekiel's ministry lasted about 22 years. Ezekiel's prophecies about the destruction of Jerusalem caused friction among the Jews who were with him in Babylon. But, when his prophecies came true, people began to listen to him more intently. . After the destruction of Jerusalem, Ezekiel's prophecies evolved from themes of unbending judgment to themes of hope and comfort in the future. Ezekiel was very much a shepherd and a watchman for the nation of Israel. As a shepherd, he protected the people. And as a watchman, he warned of dangers ahead.
Ezekiel's name means "God strengthens." Ezekiel used symbolic actions and drew numerous word pictures in an attempt to convince his compatriots of his prophesies.
So, what does this mean? This level of consciousness(82,000) deals with standing by your convictions and working “outside the box”. Just as Ezekiel used word pictures to communicate we must also be willing and adaptable to use alternative and creative means for communicating with the higher self. At this level words are too slow and imagery is more direct and impactive. A clearer understanding that all is connected evolves here and reinforces your awareness that what is occurring outside you is also transpiring within you as well.