"Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@...
>I agree with everything you said, Paulina. The 4th dimension would
>be mental navigation,not spatial. I'm glad I finally ran into an
>expert in this subject, because I need help in this area.
Oh, goodness no! I'm not an expert at all.
Just shared what I concluded when trying to teach about one, two and
three dimension to my students.
>MacIntosh doesn't physically enter the 4D tunnel. He "thinks" he's
>physically in the underground tunnel system when, in fact, he's in
>his astral-body and doesn't know it. In fact, he's having a near
>death experience after a bomb dropped. He begins to suspect that
>he's in the Astral Realm when certain strange occurances happen,
>like finding no "end" to the tunnel and other bizzare happenings.
>In your dreams, you may notice that dreams don't have a beginning or
>end either. At least mine don't. Instead the dreamer seems to
>emmerge into the "middle" of a dream.
>Doesn't the mental realm also have some deterministic laws? Because
>4-D "space" is mind, does that mean it has to be completely
Will have to think about this. Seems to me, off hand, that the mental
world is pretty much a subjective one for each of us, or at least shaped
by our subjective experiences. I don't think that it is possible to reach the
world or 'real thinking', the world of the third ether, without moving beyond
thinking via the brain, ergo the exercises for 'thought-free thinking' Steiner
What do you 'think'? :-)
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