The Different Planes of Existence in the Universe

The Different Planes of Existence in the Universe

Various configurations of energy are where we need to be to explain the difference between a physical and a nonphysical universe. The energy in the nonphysical universe is much less dense than in a physical universe. So, on a nonphysical plane, you have much more freedom in manipulating energy. This increased freedom may mean that a nonphysical person can have seemingly superhuman powers and abilities; but, in actuality, that nonphysical person is just using modes of operation that are native to that environment. For example, disappearing from one place and reappearing in another is a normal occurrence on the nonphysical; however it would turn quite a few heads in the physical. Put simply, your physical body and the physical matter in the physical universe is just too compact for such a maneuver.

Below are the various levels or planes contained in and around the Earth. These planes are arranged from most dense (physical) to the least dense (spiritual).

In reality each of these planes exist one on top of the other. It is merely the focus of your consciousness that determines what plane you are aware of at any given time. It’s like a radio. Coming into the radio are all the channels at once. The tuning knob determines which one of the many stations you are going to listen to. With these planes of existence your consciousness is that tuning knob and right now it is tuned into the physical station. Let’s continue with the basic understanding of the nonphysical universe and examine each of these planes individually.

The Physical Plane
– Energy is limited to the speed of light.
– Objects and things are solid.
– Events are ordered by tine.
– Space Maintains constant structure.
– A physical type universe.

The densest plane is the physical plane. Here matter is as solid as it can get. The energetic structure of this plane only allows particles to travel up to the speed of light, but not passed it. This environment is the one you are presently in. You are most familiar with the physical plane on a conscious level.

The Etheric Plane
– Energy is limited to the speed of light.
– Objects and things are solid.
– Time is not entirely consistent here.
– Space is not entirely consistent here.
– A nonphysical type universe.

Going from bottom up, in decreasing density, brings us to the etheric plane. This plane just qualifies as a nonphysical universe because time and space begin to be inconsistent here. If you were standing in the etheric plane and looking at the room, you may notice that the chair you threw out yesterday is still here, and the chair you will buy tomorrow is here as well. The room may also be larger, smaller, or even reversed. You see! The room alters its properties and both chairs exist simultaneously because time and space are beginning to show their true fluid-like natures. However despite its apparent freedom from the constraints of time and space, the etheric plane remains governed by many of the rules of a physical universe. Due to its close proximity to the physical plane, objects are still solid in nature, and energy is still limited to the speed of light. The true freedom of a nonphysical environment can only be seen above the etheric level.

The Astral Plane
– Energy travels beyond the speed of light but is still limited.
– Objects and things are NOT solid.
– Non-time ordering of events. Events ordered by emotions.
– Space constantly changes. no consistency.
– A nonphysical type universe.

The next less dense plane is known as the astral plane. The astral plane is the first true nonphysical dimension. Objects and walls are no longer solid, and you can pass through them very easily. Energy travels many times faster than the speed of light – though it still has a maximum speed threshold. Time is often very chaotic. For example, if you were standing in the astral plane and looking at the room, you may see a chair that your great-grandfather used to sit in. Then, for no apparent reason the chair may change into a television set. Then the room itself may dissolve and you may be standing on a grassy field. This fluid-like nature of the astral plane is quite common and a normal part of its operation. Here, time merges. The moment-to-moment reality that you are so familiar with does not exist. People and things are connected, not by the sequence of time, but by the intensity of the emotions connecting them. For example, your great- grandfather may have felt the same way about his favorite chair as you do about your television, and both of those items spark similar feelings within each of you: the feeling of standing in a grassy field. Do you see why the scene changed as it did? No matter, if you did not.

The Mental (Buddhic) Plane
– Energy has no speed limit. It can jump from one place to another.
– Objects and things do not stay in any one shape or appearance.
– Non-time ordering of events. Events ordered by concepts.
– Space is defined by the distance between concepts.
– A nonphysical type universe.

Another notch up on the decreasing density scale brings us to the mental plane. This plane too is of a nonphysical type. Energy here moves in a way that is beyond the concept of speed. Energy (or objects) can instantaneously jump from one place to another and appear in two or more places at once. Objects in the mental plane begin to lose their cohesiveness. Also, objects appearing here no longer represent objects. They instead represent ideas. If you were standing in the mental plane and looking at the room a chair may look quite normal one moment, and in the next, may grow to three times its size. Next you may find yourself sitting inside that huge chair and looking down at your room at the same time that you look down at the earth. The mental plane is the dimension of ideas. Here the idea is more important then any physical type of stability. In this example, these series of events may seem chaotic from in physical standpoint; however from an idea standpoint, they make perfect sense. The idea being conveyed could imply that as you grow you will become the master of your world. Here in the mental plane space, size, and distance are only important in how they shed perspectives on things.

The Spirit (Atmic) Plane
– Energy has no pattern at all. It can do anything.
– Objects, people, and things do not exist in form.
– No time or space ordering.
– A dimension of the soul, of connections to one another.
– A nonphysical type universe.

The last plane we will examine is known as the plane of spirit. This plane is completely nonphysical in nature. Energy follows no recognizable pattern and its movement is in the form of a constantly changing state of being. Objects do not exist as objects. Form as you know it is gone. Time and space are irrelevant. This plane is a dimension of consciousness. If you stood in the room while being focused on the spirit plane, there would be no room. There would only be your consciousness. You would have no physical like body, nor would you be able to create any such physically related item or thing. What you could create and experience here is relationships. You can meet with others and intermingle with their pure thoughts, emotions, and energy. There is no need for words or language here. In this place, everyone knows everyone else. In this dimension, your thoughts, emotions, and energy would possess a consciousness of their own, independent of you, yet part of you. The spiritual plane is the most alien to regular physical existence because existence here does not depend on shape or form. You are who you are because of who you are, not because of the constructions that surround you.

– Reality Creator 2 (Tom DeLiso)

Now, sitting on/or across some of these planes are various dimensions. When I speak of dimensions, I’m speaking of areas of the nonphysical plane that are part of one or more planes of existence. For example, the dream dimension and the probability dimension both run through four separate planes of existence: the etheric, the astral, mental, and the spiritual planes. And, while both of these dimensions cross the same four planes, both of these dimensions are separate. It’s like two interstate highways running through the same four states. Each road is going in a similar direction; however, what you are liable to find or meet while on each of those roads will vary. And, as roads tend to take on their own unique style and appearance, different dimensions have different qualities to them.

Examining these planes helps to acquaint you with the various properties of each plane. In this way you can understand the seemingly chaotic nature of the environment when you actually encounter it yourself. Properties that are common on one plane are not so common on another. Each plane has its own purpose. No one plane is necessarily better than another, but all these planes are necessary to some extent, for consciousness to exist and grow in its evolution.

As you move through and into these less rarefied realities, you will need more control over your consciousness to take advantage of the benefits, learning, and information from that plane.

– Reality Creator 2 (Tom DeLiso)

“Best simple explanation I have heard of the planes!”
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