I have this question about other dimensions (4th, 5th, 6th and so on…) which I’m not sure is silly or not. My question is this.
Are these dimensions actually what we think they are?
Are we wrong (I don’t know if that’s the word I want to use here) about these dimensions because we live in the 3rd dimension and only have a 3rd dimensional understanding? Haha does what I’m asking make sense?
Like for instance are we conceiving these dimensions through a limited 3rd dimensional way of thinking and if we were in a different dimension we would actually see things with a more clear understanding?
Portals to the matrix send you into someone else’s territory. Not a good zone unless first invited. Same thing when you go into someone else’s portal, you don’t know the dimension it’s in or space and time that was set at origination. You will still be in “this” world, but you will feel different. (some real bad experiences when I was young..)
I’m not sure if you were experiencing go through dimensions or just studying them… Um don’t EVER go into the matrix :D
@ojai, When you go into a different dimension (5,6) you will see the world in a different way. Lights will be brighter or darker, people will react differently to you then they would in other dimensions, when you meditate and ground, you will feel a different sensation from the grounding. Creating a portal you will at first set a dimension, set a time, and set the space it will be in. By setting each individually you must have first experienced those set times, spaces, and dimensions, or you’ll be just guessing for what you will experience.
Mirrors are territorial. Those dimensions will stick with you until you go back to the first mirror you went through. If you go through more than one you must go back through them in the same order you came.
Books are for studying :D By setting portals in books you will further understand it by THINKING in different dimensions. Those are my favorite, and the MOST safest.
I think dimensions are just classifications and kind of silly and/or arbitrary. Defined from one place, the word dimension is “a measurable extent of some kind” which seems more or less useless. I can name you 10 of my own dimensions and you couldnt argue against them as long as they are somewhat reasonable
@ojai, There is no way we can actually no or even explain other dimensions fully besides for maybe attempts at it through mathematics. The only true way is to enter these other dimensions and experience them for yourself which may or may not happen through certain psychedelics. Once again, this is all just speculation, but it is what people have described and what it feels like.
Also, mathematically, another dimension is just another 90 degree angle.
I think dimensions is another concept that we’ve tried to attach language to, where it’s very hard to do such a thing. There’s nothing but speculation, and I know if I started speculating I could be here all day, no closer to the truth.
If I was to apply my experiences to what could be considered dimensions, I would say that they apply more to your view of this physical reality on planet earth, and I think there’s a whole spectrum of things to uncover here first. I’m not sure how far that goes and at which point, or in which dimension, one may experience a different physical reality. Or if it’s such a big evolution of the view, that the physical reality is just no longer recognizable.
I’ve got to stop now, my brain is melting, haha!