Astronomer Says Spiritual Phenomena Exist in Other Dimensions

Astronomer Says Spiritual Phenomena Exist in Other Dimensions

Spiritual-material dimension

The article included at the end of this post caught our attention because it revolves around an idea that is central in the principles of The Spiritual Theory: the existence of different dimensions or realities.

One of the most conflictive themes about the spiritual phenomena is to explain where the spiritual reality is and why it seems to be inaccessible from the material reality. For those who accept the existence of the spirit and the spiritual world there is an implied acceptance that spirits exist in some kind of invisible place, but where is that place? What is the difference between the spiritual world compared with the material world?

When seer mediums see spiritual beings they don’t see them far in a distant place or beyond the edge of the universe, no. They usually see them right there, near them, in the same room or house, however nobody else can see them with their physical eyes or with any sophisticated electronic device. How is that possible?

In the Spiritual Theory we faced the same challenge and solved it proposing the concept of Vibrational Dimensions. They are dimensions that exist in different vibrational ranges creating different realities like the physical reality and the spiritual reality. However these vibrations are not just oscillations in the space-time but the expression of the level of harmony of the vibrating elements. Let’s explain this a little bit more.

According with the spiritual theory matter (the fundamental particles of matter that make up atoms, molecules, etc) and spiritual elements (like spirits and spiritual particles) are made of three fundamental attributes: Love, Intelligence and Freedom, and the way each element express their love-intelligence-freedom is what determine their vibrational state or harmony.

In other words each spiritual and material element freely expresses their attributes acquiring a particular vibrational state hence existing as matter or spirit.

This is a fascinating concept because it puts in everybody’s decision the responsibility to have more or less harmony. Loving more, learning more and being free respecting other’s freedom is the way to advance toward higher levels of harmony as the result of a perfect balance of one’s attributes. But loving others and staying in a relative ignorant state or denying other’s right to be free simply will lead to a lack of harmonic progress. These incoherent behaviors produce, according with the Spiritual Theory, an EVOLUTIONARY ANOMALY.

The Spiritual Theory proposes the existence of at least two vibrational dimensions: the spiritual dimension and the material dimension, which exists in different vibrational ranges. In this theory the material dimension exists in a lower vibrational range compare with the spiritual dimension and despite both dimensions existing in the same “place” or “space” they are totally separated and incapable of affecting one another.

In this sense, seer mediums (spiritual beings living a physical experience through their bodies) can see disincarnated spirits thanks to the mediumship condition, but no-mediums or scientist cannot because physical senses or machines are designed to detect only physical vibrations. Spirits, on the other hand, are probably aware of the existence of matter, but they cannot act over it because they are separated by their vibrational ranges.

Finally, the concept of vibrational dimensions of the Spiritual Theory differs from the one proposed in the cited article in which astronomers locate the spiritual dimension as a sub-dimension of the physical world. If that were the case then spirits will be subject to physical transformations, and will be affected by other natural forces. For example, they were affected by an explosion or a powerful discharge of energy and could even be trapped, which never happened.

There is a spiritual dimension but it exists beyond the boundaries of matter, in a different reality, a different vibrational range.


Author: ISRSP

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