Many people have inter-dimensional experiences, but often what they’ve seen, heard or felt is so strange that it’s difficult for them to explain.
While physicists are struggling to prove or disprove string theory as they work toward a unified theory of how the universe ticks, one of the main focuses is on the existence of 11 dimensions at the quantum level. So, if the physics works at the larger scale and if we’re surrounded by these invisible dimensions, is it feasible to assume that we’re already conducting activity within them?
My insights about inter-dimensional occurrences are derived from personal experience and from working with others for over 27 years. Two personal incidents stand out that have helped me to understand the nature of the interference that is caused by inter-dimensional events as opposed to that which is caused by spiritual events.
When I first met Leo Jean, he gave me a spoon that he had twisted into a knot at the neck to use as a reinforcement of my connection to the untapped power of my higher self and spirit. Upon going to bed a few nights later, I placed the spoon inside my pillowcase and under my pillow for security during the night. After a short time asleep I awoke with a start and jumped out of bed to turn on the light. Something felt amiss as I looked around the room. Then I thought about the spoon that Leo had given me. I reached my hand inside of the pillowcase to grab it, but I couldn’t feel it, so I flipped over the pillow to see if I could see or feel it that way. The spoon wasn’t there! There was no way that anyone could have taken it, since I was alone. Then I had the thought to refuse the negative interference as I pulled the pillow out of its case. As I held up the empty pillow case and shook it, I heard a “ping” sound as the twisted spoon fell to the bed.
My reaction to this experience served as a reinforcement of the lessons I was just learning about the spiritual and inter-dimensional worlds. If I had reacted in fear, I would simply have attracted a whole slough of negative energy/spirits to me. Instead, after some initial confusion, I reacted in a very positive manner by refusing the negative interference. Perhaps there was no ‘advantage’ to the spoon being ‘held’ in another dimensional state, so it was ‘returned’.
In another instance I experienced more of a time shift. A couple of years later, while Leo and I were sharing the errands at a strip mall, I was in the bank while he was shopping for groceries a couple of stores down to the right. While I stood at the teller, casually looking out the window of the bank, I could see Leo walking from the grocery store past the bank. I wondered where he was going, since I was supposed to join him at the grocery store, and watched as he kept walking toward the end of the row of stores to the left.
When I exited the bank a couple of minutes later, I followed Leo but he had already disappeared from view. When I rounded the corner of the building, I saw that Leo was nowhere to be seen, so I continued to walk behind the building for a short distance. As I returned and looked around the corner toward the bank, I saw that Leo had just come out of the grocery store and was walking toward me. When we met on the sidewalk, I asked what was going on, because I had just seen him go in the other direction around the building. I was quite puzzled by what had occurred, because it really had no physical explanation.
Although there are many instances of people who have experienced time distortions while in the vicinity of a magnetic anomaly, such as the Bermuda Triangle or other similar places on our planet, Leo and I were situated in a rather run-of-the-mill place. (It just happens to be not far from where the Perimeter Institute is now located, but I don’t think that has anything to do with it!)
If I were to speculate, I would have to imagine that I was caught up in some sort of a temporary wave of space-time distortion. If quantum theory is correct at larger scales, I had simply seen Leo in one probable reality. Did I observe this because I am more aware, or because my mind is more adaptable? I can’t even compare it to a déjà vu, because it was taking place in real time. For whatever reason, the event made me keenly aware that I was still susceptible to interference from an inter-dimensional source.
When people claim that they’ve lost time, have been abducted by extraterrestrials or remember being in an alternate reality, I fully understand that their experience defies explanation in purely physical terms. It’s frustrating because there is no physical evidence available when the entire incident appears to have taken place solely within their own consciousness as a personal experience.
However, if a person has entered a higher dimension, there can be a distortion in both time and place. An inter-dimensional experience can last longer in another dimension than it does in ‘real’ time. A person can wake up in a void in space or can be led into an otherworldly vehicle effortlessly, along with a memory of interaction with inter-dimensional beings. Just because no one else has shared the exact same experience doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.
Bearing in mind that we, as humans, cannot be the only living species in the universe and that other forms of life are likely far more advanced than we are, we’re barely ‘scratching the surface’ of understanding the more advanced realms of existence.