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Multi-dimensional models, higher dimensional constructs. How many dimensions are there.

These are brief thoughts of mine on the various different ideas of multiple dimensions floating around out there. I have seen theories of 7 dimensions. Theories of 9 dimensions. Theories of 11 dimensions. Theories of 13 dimensions... etc. There are physics dimensional theories like the 11 or 12 dimensional models in string theory. In physics we supposedly live in a 4 dimensional world, the first 3 being spacial and the 4th being time, with speculation of additional dimensions we don't currently 'live in'. There are New age dimensional theories, and in many we are seen to be living in 3D and many think in a process of global ascension to 5D!

Basically, it doesn't matter whether one is a so called 'expert' in physics or in a spiritual tradition, the 'experts' don't agree.

I definitely believe we can use these theories as metaphors for greater understanding, but I also think it's impossible for us to truly understand the dimensional constructs that exist beyond any where our consciousness is currently housed. We can grasp tentatively. We can think, hey this sounds probable, lets jump on this. However, personally, I believe that while consciousness is constrained within a dimensional limitation understanding the dynamics beyond that expanse of consciousness is always going be just our best guesses.

I find these models can be good ways of interpreting possibilities, and I believe in an infinite universe, there are infinite dimensions and systems of dimensions to be found. So I think ultimately everyone's theory is correct, however limiting yourself to that theory I think is an error in one's spiritual development.

I think when you get down to it, how one perceives the infinite universe says more about the construct of their current consciousness than the construct of the infinite universe itself which would have infinite constructs.


Then again... it's just a theory. *smile*

Leila Raven

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Comment by Cormac aka Papa Hatt the troll on April 12, 2011 at 8:38pm
Come on, Leila, you know there are no coincidences. Again changing brain waves, I was just commenting that I had quit caffeine to better access alpha waves since caffeine tends to keep us in beta. Coincidence? I think not. I'm looking to be at a nice 7.83hz, Schumann Resonance, the frequency of Gaia and the universe. It is on the cusp of theta waves. Cool place to be. Also interesting.
Comment by Qnuan on April 13, 2011 at 11:09am

Hi Katt, here is a question to ponder on: Can you imagine a single thing called pole three, which cannot be divided, which has a non-existence, yet gives existence. The existence which it gives is a single point, which cannot be divided, yet if this point is drawn on a graph it would have many positions, interconnecting with those positions to form complex relations as it slowly moves from a concrete horizon into an abstract horizon. Pole three, is our universe and everything it contains, yet pole one has zero dimension. Pole one effectively has eliminated all velocity, time, and distance constraints. Pole two has infinite volume. As pole one and pole two interact, pole three is formed, yet all three poles are pseudo poles, as pole three is only a multidimensional resonance. Hence all our dimensions we think we know exist in pole one and two and for that matter themselves exist in a domain outside our universe. The MDR (multidimensional resonance) of the single, undividable point is thus itself not restrained by dimension, but rather dimensions elsewhere has freed our domain from dimensional constraint, because they exist in a unique dimensional state. Thus, the dimensional restraints we experience are a controlled system, by a domain, which has no dimensional restraints. Thus I agree, if we can learn to understand the system, and the better we understand it, the more dimensional liberty we may experience, because limitation exists elsewhere!

Comment by Leila Raven on April 13, 2011 at 12:33pm
Arno, interesting construct... One of many that make 'sense'... though paradoxical to others and at times itself... lol.
Comment by Qnuan on April 13, 2011 at 1:09pm

Yes, Katt, I must say: I find it difficult to break free from the constraints of conventional thinking. The construct I’m describing is quite complex, and I fear I lack the vocabulary to express the idea accurately. I deeply envy the scientists, the knowledge they have, and the terminology they’re acquainted with. It has always been a dream of mine to delve deep into quantum physics, governing dynamics, cosmology, and astrophysics. Guess I’m gonna have to settle for being a mediocre poet, as I can’t even remember basic trigonometry anymore. Lol

Comment by Leila Raven on April 13, 2011 at 1:27pm
trigawhowhatametry? I have to say, my mind these days is not so fond of thinking of things too mathematically, at least not in a numerical sense of math. So I can relate, lol.
Comment by Dragonfly on April 14, 2011 at 3:40am
Science says that if you hold a pencil on end and let it fall, where it falls is one dimension and everywhere else it could have fallen it exists there as well.  For every possibility there is a dimension in which that possibility occurs.  That means that if the car almost hit you in this dimension, it did hit you in another.  The implications of that in terms of the possible number of alternate realities is staggering.
Comment by Leila Raven on April 14, 2011 at 11:42am
Dragonfly, for sure, infinite numbers of reality streams... :)
Comment by Leila Raven on April 14, 2011 at 1:50pm

Mike, nope.... nor would I want to. If I could fit it all down small enough to live in my brain it wouldn't be the glorious complexity that transcends the limits of my perception. I am certainly no more knowledgeable than you on this. If I had more insight... I'd have shared it in my original post, that's it, that's all she's got! lol

Comment by Dragonfly on April 14, 2011 at 4:14pm

I can only say that, if it's true that all possibilities are represented in infinite dimensions or universes, we would not exist in all of them.  The possibility that we were never born or that our parents were never born etc..............

It's just obvious to me that there are many more things that we don't know than things that we do.

Comment by Lady Nightshade (aka SusanK) on April 14, 2011 at 5:16pm
Boggles the mind doesn't it? 


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