For want of a better word, I am going to call awesome 3D humans who have great relationships, rewarding careers, are successful, have money, travel, enjoy life and are fun to be around "Kick-ass Humans".
When we look at the life of a Kick-ass Human, outwardly they seem to have it all. This can inspire us to want to have a life like theirs. When I look deeper, under the illusion of the 3D outward life, it often isn't so great. When we are inspired by them to live like them, we are just looking at the outward perspective of what a "best" 3D human life can look like. We decide on this based on conditioning, judgement by others, marketing and what we think we should live life like.
This is why becoming a New Human can be so confusing and so difficult because we are constantly bombarded by conditioning of what a human life should look like and it is hard to break out of this and work towards something that we have no friggin clue about. All that we do know is that we have a pull inside of us that is nudging us to find something else, something new, something that hasn't been lived before.
Just because I enjoy spending time with kick-ass humans doesn't mean I should strive to be one. Kick-ass humans aren't bad, they are great, but I just don't think I am meant to be one. I tried it once and on the outside I had a great life, but on the inside I was a train-wreck!
I don't know what the New Human life will look like on the outside (how it will be projected to the rest of the world), and I really don't care too much, because I do know that it will feel amazing from the inside.
So don't fall into the trap of thinking that a 5D life will be just like an improved version of a "kick-ass" 3D life, because maybe it won't. Maybe it will look like a life that hasn't been lived before, or maybe it will look just the same as a 3D "kick-ass" life but feel much better from the inside. At the moment all we can do is theorize and get clues as we travel along this path, but limiting ourselves to what we "think" it will be like may mean we miss out on the expansiveness of what is possible in the human body for the first time ever.
As a spiritual evolutionist I see and live in a different reality to most people.