I remember ages ago having a heated argument with one of my classmates during our lunch hour about the fourth dimension. He believed it was where our soul went after death, and I believed it was time (temporal dimension).
When you look at the psychics of it, many scientists believe that the temporal dimension is the fourth. But the problem I see with this now is it does not correlate to the first 3 and it should, or be termed or defined as something else.
I’ll explain why. In physics spatial dimensions have a classical theory describing three physical dimensions: the basic directions in which we can move are up/down, left/right, and forward/backward. Movement in any other direction can be expressed in terms of just these three. In its simplest form: a line describes one dimension, a plane describes two dimensions, and a cube describes three dimensions.
Example Co-ordinate Systems:
So you see the first three dimensions are spatial environments. Where Time is not. Have you ever read the definition of “time” in the dictionary?
Small excerpt from Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Noun- Measured or measurable period. More broadly, it is a continuum that lacks spatial dimensions. Philosophers have sought an understanding of time by focusing on the broad questions of the relation between time and the physical world and the relation between time and consciousness. Those who adopt an absolutist theory of time regard it as a kind of container within which the universe exists and change takes place, and believe that its existence and properties are independent of the physical universe. According to the rival relationist theory, time is nothing over and above change in the physical universe. Largely because of Albert Einstein, it is now held that time cannot be treated in isolation from space (see space-time). Some argue that Einstein's theories of relativity vindicate relationist theories, others that they vindicate the absolutist theory. The primary issue concerning the relation between time and consciousness is the extent, if any, to which time or aspects of time depend on the existence of conscious beings. Events in time are normally thought of in terms of notions of past, present, and future, which some philosophers treat as mind-dependent; others believe that time is independent of perception and hold that past, present, and future are objective features of the world.
That is just a small excerpt. It is one of the longest descriptions you will ever read in the dictionary.
It is also interesting to note that (if you ever go) in the Astral Realm, time appears to move at a different rate there, compared to here.
In physics, three dimensions of space and one of time is the accepted norm. There are theories that try to unify different forces and such—these theories require more dimensions. Superstring theory, M-theory and Bosonic string theory respectively posit that physical space has 10, 11 and 26 dimensions. These extra dimensions are said to be spatial. However, we perceive only three spatial dimensions and, to date, no experimental or observational evidence is available to confirm the existence of these extra dimensions. A possible explanation that has been suggested is that space acts as if it were "curled up" in the extra dimensions on a subatomic scale, possibly at the quark/string level of scale or below.
Some complex networks are characterized by fractal dimensions. The concept of dimension can be generalized to include networks embedded in space and characterize by their spatial constraints.
So is the Temporal Dimension the 4th Dimension? I don’t think so. I think it needs its own classification. Dimensions should be spatial measurement only. To clarify, parallel dimensions probably have measurable spatial features, I think it is safe to classify them in with dimensions as well. Even the Astral Realm I would consider as a dimension, but Time...?
I use dimensions heavily in my next book because the character Kealin becomes trapped in one different from where she belongs.
I know it seems like such a nit-picky thing to debate with myself, plus the guy I had lunch with ages ago doesn’t even know the debate is still going on in my head. What a wack-a-doodle I am.
What are dimensions? According to Wiki “A temporal dimension is a dimension of time. Time is often referred to as the "fourth dimension" for this reason, but that is not to imply that it is a spatial dimension. A temporal dimension is one way to measure physical change. It is perceived differently from the three spatial dimensions in that there is only one of it, and that we cannot move freely in time but subjectively move in one direction.
The best-known treatment of time as a dimension is Poincaré and Einstein's special relativity, which treats perceived space and time as components of a four-dimensional manifold, known as spacetime, and in the special, flat case as Minkowski space.
Also in physics, three dimensions of space and one of time is the accepted norm. There are theories that try to unify different forces and such – these theories require there to be more dimensions. Superstring theory, M-theory and Bosonic string theory respectively posit that physical space has 10, 11 and 24 dimensions. These extra dimensions are said to be spatial. However, we perceive only three spatial dimensions and, to date, no experimental or observational evidence is available to confirm the existence of these extra dimensions. A possible explanation that has been suggested is that space acts as if it were "curled up" in the extra dimensions on a subatomic scale, possibly at the quark/string level of scale or below.
An analysis of results from the Large Hadron Collider in December 2010 severely constrains theories with large extra dimensions.”
So would a ghost be classified as being in another dimension? How about shadow people? Are those 2 different dimensions or do they share the same one, which is why we can see them every once in a while?
According to some scientists it is generally believed that dimension coexist together like bubbles. And like bubbles, sometimes they merge, but does that mean they also pop? Now, I do believe in the merge theory only because of the Mandela effect I talked about in an earlier blog. So when this merge happens, are there inherent casualties because of combining of dimensions. Obviously not everyone would be living in both dimensions before the merge. Did people just disappear. Or if you die in one dimension, then you die in all the dimensions?
And how do these dimensions form? Is it every time a person has a choice? In one dimension a person does route “A” and then the dimension splits off so that same person can take route “B”?
What about all the “You”s in all the other dimensions? By the end of your life would you even be recognizable to yourself? How drastic would your personality be? I suppose it could be a part of the learning process. Think; if your soul came to Earth to learn, what a great way to learn if you could try every avenue of choice put before you. And then when you die, all the “You”s fuse back together to give you the full scope of everything you learned. And our brain must have some kind of link the other "You"s.
Is this what explains a psychic? That their brains are more linked to the other dimensions then the rest of ours.
Perhaps this is why we only use 10% of our brain, because the other 90% is spread out over multiple dimensions.
A lot of questions. Very few answers.
What is a Soulmate? What is a Twin Soul?
When we meet a soul mate, there is an instant liking. Then as we come to know him or her better, we find that there is agreement in things that are important. Our attitude towards life situations is the same, although our interests may be different. The quality of our soul level is very similar. There is no jealousy arising, and the harmony and love that are flowing to and fro would make us happy in each other’s presence. The love energy between two soul mates can only be surpassed by the love between twin souls. Yet the love of twin souls is always with the opposite sex, that of soul mates can be with both. Neither is it likely between souls of two different groups. A twin in spirit may guide a grounded twin.
So an easy way to look at it is, your best friend is your Soulmate, and the love of your life is your Twin Soul (they complete you). Do all best friends, husbands and wives fit into these categories? No. There is a special connection that both would feel down to their core. Usually a person has many Soulmates and one Twin Soul. Ironically, twins would be considered Soulmates.
Do I have a Soulmate? Yes I do. We have been best friends since 1989.
Do I have a Twin Soul?
I believe I do, but I do not believe he followed me here. I've dreamed of him-but not in a sexual way. It started back in the early 90's. From that first encounter I recognize him every time, and I know, I KNOW who he is but he is no one I have ever met here on Earth. Its funny, because in knowing this, I have no drive to go out and "find the one". I know it's a waste of my time, and that being here is only temporary and I have more important things to accomplish. But I am certain I have dreamed of him even before the 1990's but I just didn't remember.
I laugh every time I dream of him because he's always "schooling" me on what I need to do. *snort* whatever...
Have I been?
Yes. But so has everyone else, they just don’t remember. It naturally occurs when we sleep. Ever get that odd sensation of jerking awake, feeling like you just physically hit the bed? Well, that is your astral body returning to your physical body, from the Astral Realm.
Have I been there consciously?
Yep, and it took years of practice.
There is a page in this website telling you how to start practicing it, if you’re brave enough.
Am I some kind of expert on it?
Absolutely not. Matter of fact I will not tell you more than what is on this website. The rest is for you to discover the truth, not for me to tell you. Everyone comes away from it with a different experience so there is no way I could tell you “this is so” or “that is so”. And anyone who claims to be an expert is full of it. The only experts are YOUR guides.
What are Guides?
We all have guides. Some people have more than others. And like Kealin says in Fathis: Birth of a Falcon, I do find them a little annoying sometimes. But by no means should you disrespect them, because they will school you’re a**!
Is Astral Realm witch craft?
Heavens no! It is literal place, or I should say places. You can visit Jesus, or Buda if you so desire, or whomever from whatever religion. There are lower realms that are the equivalent of Hell and upper realms that are the equivalent of Heaven. But it is bigger than our known universe.
Are there dark evil entities there?
Yes, there are. So you must be very careful. They exist there easier than they do on this dimension.
Are the Akashic Records real?
They sure are. And as Kealin puts it in my book, “The Universe’s biggest, dullest library.” Among other things, it keeps records of everybody in every dimension, so you can imagine it is enormous.
What about the “God light”?
Again that is for you to discover, not for me to tell you.
All I can say is, doing is believing. Wanna learn more? Practice going into the Astral Realm.
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