When we dream or when we have a nostalgic moment in our life, is it only our subconscious mind that is involve or there is a dimension that separates our soul from our physical body.

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  • A friend of mine always quoted…we are given life and death…what we do in-between is up to us…Awake or asleep I believe it is our mind which controls all thoughts, all sightings, all senses…I also believe and feel the closeness of another dimension, but again it is our minds, our emotions which must accept…I am not speaking of the spiritual…that I accept, but cannot yet feel. Someday…..

  • Yes, there is indeed another dimension between life and death. This is what we might call the realm of the unseen world, which includes dream world, hallucination, land of the spirits & ghosts, etc. This dimension is invisible to the naked eye but can be spiritually experienced by the soul. For instance when we dream it is actually our soul that is experiencing the the whole event of meeting and talking to various people, dead or still alive, traveling, etc, except that the soul is still attached to the physical body, like a balloon being blown by the mouth (that is, it never leaves the body completely). The whole out of body experience is felt by the soul, not the mind or the physical body; except in the case of ‘sleep walking’ (which is guided by the sub-conscious mind and driven by the soul). I would liken this extraordinary dimension as the 6th dimension, after length, breadth, height, time, and space; where everything is highly magnified in terms of measurements and diversity.

  • Yes! I believe in another dimension after physical death. Ghosts exist, these are the souls of those who have died. Demons exist, they are the fallen angles. Near death experiences of people who have died and were revived. Bi location where people who are dying appear to someone they love, sometimes hundreds of miles away to say goodbye. These are all instances of other dimensions.

    • Yes I believe in another dimension. There is only one problem. Ghosts are not souls of those who have died. They are demons pretending to be souls of those who died. The whole ghost shows and the ghost ideas are part of the deception. The beleif that they are people who died leads into other subtle things that tend to steer people away from the truth. The demons are not fallen angels they are the disembodied nephilim. The product of the fallen angels and human . The giants. The reason why God flooded the world. The fallen angels are the ones that did not mate with human females and remaining total who rebeled against God.

  • Yes, I believe there is a dimension between what we call life and death. Although skeptics claim that “near death experiences” are purely physiological, I disagree. Science doesn’t really know what consciousness is all about; all it knows about at this point in time is the brain — and very little is actually known about that.

    I’m a Reincarnationist so to me there’s no question that there are other realities beyond this one.

  • Death is not a dimension, it is nonexistence.
    Dreaming is a function of our brains. Our minds are electro-chemical signals between neurons, electrical signals don’t exist on their own. Just like when you unplug your television – the pictures don’t exist on their own.

  • Dear friend,

    In Islam we believe that sleep is a methaphor for death. In that we pass into another realm and dont necessarily have control when we are in that state.

    I picked up the following from islamonline.net

    Death: An Ultimate Reality

    By Prof. Shahul Hameed

    Islam sees death as a reality of life, a certainty from which no one is exempt.

    Throughout the ages, mankind viewed death as something gruesome and frightening, something that should be postponed indefinitely or abolished if possible, once for all.

    This was because of two reasons. First, death cuts short the life of this world. Second, there was no “proof” about the chance for a new lease of life in a world to come. Death is, as Shakespeare’s Hamlet said, “the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns” to tell us their story.

    All the same, there was also the belief among religions that death served as a kind of passage to another more important arena of life.

    From the Islamic point of view, death is a reality of life, a certainty from which no one is exempt. God says in the Quran what means:

    [Every soul shall have a taste of death: and only on the Day of Judgment shall you be paid your full recompense. Only he who is saved from the fire and admitted to the garden will have attained the object (of life): for the life of this world is but goods and chattels of deception.] (Aal `Imran3:185)

    Death is a necessary transition form this world to another lasting world.
    As it is mentioned in the verse, there is going to be a Day of Judgment one has to face after death, when each will be paid in full the fruit of what he or she has earned in this life.

    Those who sowed evil will reap evil and those who sowed good will reap good. All the allure and glamour of this world would then prove to be of no real worth; what is of enduring value would be provided in that world to come.

    From this point of view, death is a necessary transition form this world to another lasting world. That means, death for humans is not a complete cessation of life; but it is a passing from one state of existence to another.

    In the life of this world, the body and the soul are not separate except during sleep, when temporarily the soul leaves the body until it returns to it, with God’s permission:

    [It is God that takes the souls at death; and those that die not (He takes) during their sleep: those on whom He has passed the decree of death, He keeps back (from returning to life), but the rest He sends (to their bodies) for a term appointed. Verily in this are Signs for those who reflect.] (Az-Zumar39:42)

    Sleep: Temporary Death

    The idea that sleep is a form of temporary death, whereby the soul leaves the body for a time was recognized by people of earlier religions too. Hinduism has the idea that the soul is imprisoned in the body until death liberates it. There is also the suggestion that the soul yearns to be free from the prison-house of the body.

    On the other hand, we understand from the Quran that the human being is complete only when he is both body and soul. That is why the purity of both the body and the soul is required in Muslim prayers for instance.

    You can read the full article at

    http://www.readingislam.com/servlet/Satellite?c=Article_C&cid=1209357335789&pagename=Zone-English-Discover_Islam%2FDIELayout

  • It’s only our subconscious mind as far as we can see. Scientists who study a brain when its dreaming can definitely see a certain pattern of brain activity. There is nothing to suggest that a person is in another dimension. But who knows. Perhaps there are other things we can’t detect with our 5 senses.

    • I recently had a brainstorm. Maybe our dreams Put us in a parallel universe. And that universe sees us as ghost. I worked 10 yrs at a salon. It was a good time in my life. Bought a home, new car, had my two children, built a good clientele.
      At least twice a month I dream im working their. I can here everyone but when I got to communicate with others it startles the people so much I end up waking up..

  • “There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call…..The Twilight Zone.”

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