Yes,I think it's possible. Going on the idea that all matter is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies,and the theory that the other dimensions occupy the same space,but vibrate at frequencies that are normally imperceptible to us,it would be a matter of learning how to change your own frequency,or some trauma or event throwing it off. That is also my theory on most 'ghost' sightings,
Meditation is the most efficient way to travel. Have you figured out how to bring others with you yet?
Ah,an out-of-body experience. I have had similar experiences with lucid dreaming. Most people can not grasp the idea that the subconscious mind,when accessed,is capable of much more than they could even consciously imagine.
different species of animals experience different types and ranges of senses, and i think so do different humans. if you are perceiving something that others do not, it doesn't mean your brain is playing tricks (as many assume) but it could be that you are attuned to and developing an extra sense. it doesn't surprise me, because i don't believe the universe is structured the same way as it happens to come through our senses.
Our own senses only perceive an estimated 10% of all that is in the universe. Even with the new technology,science is only starting to get an inkling.
Yes I believe its possible. Just think of the movie/novel Contact.
I've heard that if you take DMT, which humans produce naturally, that you may think or actually experience other dimensions. DMT is what makes us dream weird dreams.<br />
Also, there is a plant called Ayahuasa which when injested, supposingly takes you into another dimension......I believe it is possible.....
These sound supiciously like "hallucinations"
Possible explanations always seem to be bent on it being something other then what indeed, is possible.
It's very easy, and entertaining as long as you watch your step and don't get caught in any traps.
possible explanations:<br />
Psychosis, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, Delusional disorder, Chronic Hallucinatory psychosis, Induced-Delusional Disorder, heavy drug use, sleep disorders, nueurological degeneration/abnormalities...<br />
In short, unless you can Prove that you can move between dimensions, You're insane and deluding yourself. So prove it, or talk to a doctor.
That arguement is the same as a belief in God.
Ambivalent, that's kind of my point. Prove it or stfu.
Uh, maybe you should talk to your doctor about adjusting your meds - and I don't mean that in a mean way.