Could part of a human be higher dimensional?
There are various theories on higher dimensions. Could there be something in the human brain and body that is of a higher dimension that continues on after life? Could this thing have its own powers, like the powers of the mind to sense through the five faculties, explaining things like forms of ESP?
- Gary KLv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
That's pseudoscience. What do you think dimensions are?
- LoganLv 52 months ago
The many world interpretation of quantum mechanics suggest that we exist in many worlds created by each choice we make. The main consequence is that we eventually find our selves in the worlds where our choices led to survival.
- HunterLv 62 months ago
Actually, you are seeing what most scientists are either too stupid to see, or too stubborn to admit. Life is an extra-dimensional attribute. That is, the mind and the soul are not random electrical impulses, but energy fields that exist partially in subspace. This why telepathy and clairvoyance do not obey the laws of physics as they are known today. Telepathy, travelling through subspace, is virtually instantaneous and does not decrease with distance. Also, there are no known shields for telepathy and clairvoyance, as well as the other forms of psi.
Because scientists are stuck on wanting repeatable proof before they accept anything, they would rather deny that psi exists than to think outside the box and accept that subspace does exist. Most of them anyway; not all are so stupid. There has been a few brilliant and open-minded scientists who realized how and why psi works such as Einstein, Wolfgang Pauli (who had telekinesis), Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, and a few others but most don't want to say anything that contradicts scientific dogma.
The military on the other hand, no a lot more about psi because they want to use its properties, and so does some engineers such as the IEEE organization.
When some have died violently, or who have unfinished business, their energy pattern continues on in levels of subspace, and that's why we have ghosts.
- RWPossumLv 73 months ago
Van Lommel, the cardiologist whose near-death experience study was published in The Lancet, put a compilation of NDE research in a book. That's fine, but he decided to come up with a "theory" to explain NDE, mixing science with science fiction, and that was disappointing. NDE studies and ESP studies are science, albeit controversial. Attempts at explaining the findings with multi-dimensional physics or quantum mechanics is no more scientific than Dr. Who. I like good sci fi as much as the next guy but I don't equate it with science.
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- Nine LivesLv 73 months ago
You could watch videos by Thomas Campbell or Klinghardt at youtube. Campbell have a lot of theories about the universe and the capabilities of the human mind and Klinghardt actually use the "upper spheres" to diagnose his patients.
- Mr. PLv 73 months ago
If you have tried meditation, meeting the higher self is one of the objectives. But the higher selves are also more like pieces of the same entity. Some describe it as a river of experience, so all our collective experience of being human seems to come together at one point.
This is not in the physical world as we know it, so must be in another dimension we cannot see.
- 3 months ago
You don't need to explain things like ESP since it is imaginary.
I don't think there is any reason to think that humans are anything more than a lump of animated meat that ceases to exist after the last breath is drawn.