a reply to:
sselemaN
Well, we can't so quickly define what is real and what isn't, what exists and what doesn't.
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"Because the wind tossed the temple flag, there were two monks debating what was correct.
One said, “The flag moves.” One said, “The wind moves.” Going back and forth repeatedly, they did not agree in principle.
The Ancestor said, "The wind is not moving, the flag is not moving, your minds are moving.""
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(I paraphrased it a little for clarity)
Just because something only exists in imagination, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. It still exists. Just because something is not materialistic,
physical and concretical, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Your thoughts exist, right? Your writings here exist.
Math exists, numbers exist. We can of course take the viewpoint that they don't exist, but what good would that do, when we're using computers (and
such) to write these posts, all of which require that math not only exists, but is constantly used to generate the pixels, the network packets, the
electrical signals, the ones and zeroes, and on and on... just to make these posts exist!
If the third dimension is to be 'real', we would HAVE to see the first and second dimensions as real as well.
I think the confusion comes from the word 'dimension' meaning so many things. When talking about reality, we CAN of course refer to this as the 'third
dimension', and then start talking about other dimensions and planes of existence, but I think it's wrong.
First, second and third (you don't have to write them as '1st, 2nd and 3rd', because that's not only cumbersome to read, theyre small numbers, and
it's proper to use words for those unless necessary to do otherwise) dimensions can be said to be purely MATHEMATICAL.
With mathematical proof, they definitely exist.
However, what human beings can experience, is a very different kind of 'dimensional reality' from the mathematical model. Therefore, it's sort-of
true, that the first two dimensions, being only MATHEMATICAL dimensions, aren't really real REALITY dimensions at all, but just basically 'abstract
concepts' - abstractions exist, but they don't have the same weight of 'true existence' as more 'real' things.
This means, fourth dimension is mathematically VERY different from the 'travelable dimension' that we can experience as a human being. Our 'higher
dimension' is not some weird, warped MATH-fourth-dimension, but more experiencable 'higher realm of existence', where atoms have expanded (even the
atom core), so that things are looser, faster, and more free and less heavy.
Everything also moves faster, naturally.
We could make the difference easier by talking about 'dimensions' when it comes to math, and talking about 'vibration frequencies' when it comes to
'reality', but then the deniers would flock to ask "WHAT VIBRATES!!11", without realizing that even according to quantum mechanics, 'probability' is
what everything consists of! To be more accurate, they talk about 'probability WAVES'. What is 'wave', other than vibration?
'Vibration' may be a bit less accurate or more archaic term, so perhaps they attack this way of talking because of that, but basically the people with
understanding of frequency-layered reality and the ability to shift between those frequencies, are just using a different term when talking about the
same, exact thing; 'wave' and 'vibration'.
Now, as everything in existence consists of living Creator-spirit, it's understandable that a nihilist 'science' is stumped, when it comes to trying
to understand or explain the really, REALLY weird quantum physics phenomena, like 'knowledge of future' that a particle can have, teleportation and
other interesting stuff. But if you realize you're basically looking at the 'building blocks of the Universe', that are 'pure SPIRIT', you can realize
why it seems so weird. You have to look at the Universe as a WHOLE, including more than just one frequency (or dimension), to understand the
phenomena.
It's like, there is a causal-mental-astral-etheric blueprint of everything that exists on the physical plane; sometimes it doesn't even exist fully in
the physical form, but is already fully formed on higher levels - think of a tree, for example.
Earth 'science' tries to look at spirit through the lens of materialism; of course they're going to get confused. They're like an ant climbing up a
tree; at first, everything seems great and logical, the ant is even able to pick some fruits of its successful journey upwards. But soon, without the
ant realizing it, it leaves the trunk and starts walking on a branch. Suddenly the basic laws that seemed so solid, are wavering, the previously solid
trunk is now full of crossroads that spring in every which direction, and the ant gets confused, and eventually concludes that all physical laws are
just probabilities and it's all just statistics and whatnot.
The ant would understand everything perfectly, if it backed up and walked back to the trunk, and then continued upwards from there. From the elevated
perspective, it could look at the branch that previously confused it, and understand it as a 'branch', and everything would become clear.
In any case, I hope this post clarified something.