I have just read Multi-Dimensional Existence written by Cancer, and this got me thinking.
I will try and put as much of this article into plain broken-down English for you as I can. As there could be a lot of technical things and physic terminology otherwise. I would like this article to be enjoyable not a nightmare to go through, so here goes: -
Thought itself cannot exists within our 3D space/time universe, without first coming to us from another dimension. Otherwise we would be able to find it with one of our senses or equipment. We can by way of some equipment see a thought while it is happening, and latest research has it that we can trace a thought to an area of the brain where it is stored for recall.
Just a little bit of background here, before going further into this subject.
Every one of the 5 elements, yes five, they being the four we all think of (earth, air, water and fire) and the fifth being (ether), or rather the stuff that science is yet to find, that makes up space, so-called (dark energy/black matter). You see all things of this dimension/universe at their bottom level are made up of just energy. Where energy by nature is a product that gives out a frequency. And our 5 senses are just receiver’s that receive these frequencies. The brain on the other hand is both a receiver and a transmitter.
This is where it gets a little difficult yet bear with me here.
As reported by the great and knowledgeable Carl Jung in his paper on the “collective unconscious”. He concludes that the bigger part of thought, does not exist in the physical world as we understand it to be. Later, scientist working in the field of brain pattern research would conclude that they will never find, were thought comes from or how it gets manifested. So, it is fair to say thought does not possess a property that we can observe in this world.
This leads one to look at what Cancer wrote about, in relation to another dimension could possibly exist. If thought is not originated in this dimension/universe, then it is feasible that thought, and its property is of a nature that the brain can receive break down and interpret. This clearly shows that the brain is definitely a receiver and we know from psychology, the brain has the ability to send a message to consciousness so we can think.
It is to be seen from the above that thought has no height, width or depth. The only thing we can see and observe with equipment is the after effect, once a thought does enter the brain. What is not seen seems to be the realm, universe or other dimension that thought arose from.
So just maybe in our lifetime we shall prove once and for all that, other higher dimensions do exist, and we understand their purpose and products.
Hope you enjoyed a little piece of my mind…….cheers Nokturnl.