Recently we visited Joshua Tree National Park with my nephew Ben who has been there many times. He led us off the beaten trail to an area where visitors had collected the white rocks that were part of the lucky strips, which made thin circles around many of the huge sandstone boulders. Hikers used rocks to make designs on the desert floor, such as sunflowers, a crab, a sun, and a labrynth, which had at least eight spirals. I checked if it as OK for me to walk the labrynth, then said Namaste or blessings, and started walking it slowly, with intention, as Thich Hnat Hanh, a Vietnamese Buddhist, had taught us in a walking meditation workshop. It was 104 degrees in the desert so moving slowly was of the essence.I immediately moved into the 8th dimension. This dimension is a quiet, peaeful, relaxed dimension where one enjoys doing nothing. Here one is reminded of the loving connection between all beings. I connected to the boulders, the catius, and the huge blue sky. One truly feels at one and connected with all that is in the universe in this dimension.
Each dimension has a different energy frequency, which is why we may feel or intuit different dimensions but most often not see them. So many things are happening out of the range of what our eyes can see or our brains can comprehend. There is a continuum of energy just as there is a continuum of light rays that we can see. We can not see x-ray wave lengths and we can not see the frequency of other dimensions.
The 7th dimension is a spiritual place which is calm and serene, which is peace surpassing all peace and is God/Goddess centered. One way to enter this dimension when meditating is to visualize taking a giant leap into the air and entering the flying mode. When Tibetan monks ohm with several sounds emanating from their throats, they are in the 7th dimension. This dimension is soft, loving, very detailed, and etherial. While in this dimension one can function in the world with no stress, and there is no time or space here. One can easily fly here or swim under water, it has Atlantis energy. There is no war or fighting here since one realizes all is connected to everything else. Colors mix together in a translucent manner which makes the mixture of colors deeper and more vibrant than each individual color. Everything is sparkly here and the many points of light form patterns that are moving and dancing. One’s energy dances with the moving lights, causes ones energy to become higher and upbeat. Melding or becoming one with another’s energy is easy here. It is a comfortable place to visit. There is a freedom of expression and a feeling of floating in a sea of bliss, wrapped in angel’s wings while being held and nurtured. We can expand ideas here so we can get a wider vision of what options are available to us. There is a liquid gold feeling of ecstasy. There are guides here who help with healing. We realize that we are so much more than we know, that our energy is so much bigger than we realize it is in the third dimension of earthly time and space. We are connected to all sentient beings here. There is an inner sense of beauty.
Years ago I was leaning against a gigantic tree meditating in a sequoia forest when I felt the all encompassing peace and love of the 7th dimension and connected to my heart and the oneness of the world. I felt the trees all being connected through their roots to all other beings and how the trees communicate love, acceptance, and healing throughout the world with their root system. The trees are protecting, guarding, and saving our world. By doing slow deliberate yoga movements one can move into this dimension.