What is the definition of the word ‘intuition’? 

The dictionary definition of the word is “insight, direct or immediate cognition, spiritual perception.” The word is from Latin intuitionem suggesting “a looking at or consideration.” In the deeper sense it is the consideration of anything in the light of the soul.

There is another word with which intuition is often confused and that is “instinct” which can be thought of as the lower or animal correspondence to intuition. And there is this crucial difference—instinct is evolved from below but intuition descends from above. When many people talk about “intuition” they really speaking of the experience of instinct and not the higher faculty which the dictionary rightly relates to “spiritual perception.”

Esoteric philosophy identifies the true intuition as belonging to the spiritual realm that is above the mental or intellectual plane. This realm is described as the source of intuition, light, unity, beauty, and “pure meaning.” It is the light from this level that “illuminates the mind.”

Significant Quotations on Intuition from Many Sources

Intuition is a comprehensive grip of the principle of universality, and when it is functioning there is, momentarily at least, a complete loss of the sense of separateness. Alice Bailey, Glamour, A World Problem, p. 3 Intuition is the clear conception of the whole at once. Johann Kaspar Lavater

Knowledge has three degrees – opinion, science, and illumination. The means or instrument of the first is sense; of the second, dialectic; of the third, intuition. This last is absolute knowledge founded on the identity of the mind knowing with the object known. Plotinus

Intuition is to thinking as observation is to perceiving. Intuition and observation are our two sources of knowledge. We remain alienated from an object in the observed world as long as we do not have within us the corresponding intuition, which supplies the piece of reality missing from the percept. Rudolf Steiner, Start Now: A Book of Soul and Spiritual Exercises, p. 71

Intuition is to knowledge what the white cane is to the blind. Jérôme Touzalin – French playwright

Intuition is light itself, and when it is functioning, the world is seen as light and the light bodies of all forms become gradually apparent. This brings with it the ability to contact the light centre in all forms, and thus again an essential relationship is established and the sense of superiority and separateness recedes into the background. Alice Bailey, Glamour, A World Problem, p. 3 Short of a historical breakdown which would render routine ineffectual and force us to attend again to things that matter most, we wait for art; for metaphysicians who, imbued with that species of truth that is beauty in its mental mode, are (like Plato) concomitantly poets. By irradiating the human imagination that has atrophied in this kali yuga, this age of iron, such men might restore to it the supple, winged condition it requires if it is to come within light-years of Truth. They might return to our inner eye – almost, one might say, to our sense of touch – ontological spaces we have forgotten exist, landscapes crowded with presences the knowing of which can turn men into saints. Huston Smith, Forgotten Truth, The Common Vision of the World’s Religions, p. 36

In the night we stumble over things and become acutely conscious of their individual separateness. But the day reveals the greater unity which embraces them. The man whose inner vision is bathed in an illumination of his consciousness at once realizes the spiritual unity reigning supreme over all differences. His mind no longer awkwardly stumbles over individual facts of separateness in the human world, accepting them as final. He realizes that peace is in the inner harmony which dwells in truth and not in any outer adjustments. He knows that beauty carries an eternal assurance of our spiritual relationship to reality, which waits for its perfection in the response of our love. Rabindranath Tagore, The Religion of Man, p. 67

There are only three ways by which [the mind] can make itself a channel or instrument of Truth. Either it must fall silent in the Self and give room for wider and greater consciousness; or it must make itself passive to an inner Light and allow that Light to use it as a means of expression; or else, it must itself change from the questioning intellectual superficial mind it now is to an intuitive intelligence, a mind vision fit for the direct perception of the divine Truth. Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga, p. 161

Human beings have an intuitive capacity and knowledge (what the romantic poets called sensibility) that somewhere at the center of life is something ineffably and unalterably right and good, and that this ‘rightness’ can be discovered through artistic and spiritual explorations that have been honored by all the great perennial religious traditions. David Whyte, The Heart Aroused, p. 293

What is … needed [for the appreciation of the deepest truth of beauty] is the awakening of a certain vision, an insight and an intuitive response in the soul. Reason which studies always from outside, cannot give this inner and more intimate contact; it has to aid itself by a more direct insight springing from the soul itself and to call at every step on the intuitive mind to fill up the gap of its own deficiencies. Sri Aurobindo, Social and Political Thought, pp. 132-3

While preserving what we have learned from reductionism and analysis, scientific method now needs to be extended to include ways of direct participation and knowing that give us insight into the properties of the coherent, emergent wholes that make up much of the natural world. Often called intuition or non-inferential knowing, this gives us insight into the qualities of organisms, landscapes, ecosystems, families, communities and organisations, allowing us to recognise whether they are healthy or stressed, integrated or fragmented, coherent or disturbed. Brian Goodwin, Resurgence, Jan/Feb 2003, p. 14 … when Goethe maintained that one can only come to know that which one loves, he had in mind an understanding of knowing that ranged far beyond information processing. Such knowing is not distant from the object to be known, nor is it exploitative. Its motives are high, its methods gentle, and its interests selfless. It is time to articulate and practice an epistemology of love instead of one of separation. Arthur Zajonc, Meditation as Contemplative Inquiry, p. 179

The remarkable modern capacity for differentiation and discernment that has been so painstakingly forged must be preserved, but our challenge now is to develop and subsume that discipline in a more encompassing, more magnanimous intellectual and spiritual engagement with the mystery of the universe. Such an engagement can happen only if we open ourselves to a range of epistemologies that together provide a more multidimensional perceptive scope of knowledge. To encounter the depths and rich complexity of the cosmos, we require ways of knowing that fully integrate the imagination, the aesthetic sensibility, moral and spiritual intuition, revelatory experience, symbolic perception, somatic and sensuous modes of understanding, empathic knowing. Above all, we must awaken to and overcome the great hidden anthropocentric projection that has virtually defined the modern mind: the pervasive projection of soullessness onto the cosmos by the modern self’s own will to power. Richard Tarnas, Cosmos and Psyche, p. 41

Albert Einstein called the intuitive or metaphoric mind a sacred gift. He added that the rational mind was a faithful servant. It is paradoxical that in the context of modern life we have begun to worship the servant and defile the divine. Bob Samples, The Metaphoric Mind: A Celebration of Creative Consciousness, p. 26

The intuition is therefore the recognition in oneself, not theoretically but as a fact in one’s experience, of one’s complete identification with the Universal Mind, of one’s constituting a part of the great World Life, and of one’s participation in the eternal persisting Existence. Alice Bailey, Glamour, A World Problem, p. 4

Straight-knowledge is the kindled fire of the heart. Agni Yoga, Hierarchy, 200

Intuition and concepts constitute… the elements of all our knowledge, so that neither concepts without an intuition in some way corresponding to them, nor intuition without concepts, can yield knowledge. Immanuel Kant

Intuition is seeing with the soul. Dean Koontz

The intuition is a higher power than is the mind … it is the power of pure reason, an expression of the buddhic principle, and lies beyond the world of the ego and of form. Only when a man is an initiate can the exercise of the true intuition become normally possible. By that I mean that the intuition will then be as easily operative as is the mind principle in the case of an actively intelligent person. The intuition, however, will make its presence felt much earlier in extremity or on urgent demand. Alice Bailey, Glamour, A World Problem, pp. 81-2

Intuition enlightens and so links up with pure thought. They together become an intelligence which is not simply of the brain, which does not calculate, but feels and thinks. Piet Mondrian

There is an earthly sun, which is the cause of all heat, and all who are able to see may see the sun; and those who are blind and cannot see him may feel his heat. There is an Eternal Sun, which is the source of all wisdom, and those whose spiritual senses have awakened to life will see that sun and be conscious of His existence; but those who have not attained spiritual consciousness may yet feel His power by an inner faculty which is called Intuition. Paracelsus

Hope for the future springs from inner sources. Its foundation is the heart-centred intuition, innate in every human being, and now, at this time of crisis, awakening in so many. Its role is crucial. Its presence illumines all that is life-enhancing, bridging as it does between the sacred and the everyday world. “Straight knowledge”, is a term used to describe true intuition: straight knowledge – spontaneous and undistorted. “High freedom” it has been called, this experience, in waking consciousness, of the presence of our true Self in every other form, the glimpsing for a moment of the light that radiates from every atom, the transformation of perception that comes when a truth becomes one’s own direct experience. Jan Nation

The idea of intuition is often misinterpreted, or even abused. Even those who accept it do not understand it properly. They often suppose that intuition can be acquired without effort, and simply falls upon them from the sky. They do not think about the vast accumulations intuitive individuals must have and the enormous tensions they must endure. Agni Yoga, Supermundane III, 507

..the imagination is the seed of the intuition, because that which is not existent somewhere within our apparently complex planetary system cannot be imagined. Alice Bailey, Discipleship in the New Age Vol. II, p. 373

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Someone asked, “Who is the Brotherhood of Light?”

The Brotherhood of Light is the ultimate source of spiritual guidance.

(image by the author)

Lucis Trust offers the following brief summary of The Brotherhood of Light:

Throughout time, the idea of a group of wise and enlightened beings working behind the scenes to guide our planet has been conveyed in spiritual teachings, in literature and myth. The group has been known by many names, including the spiritual Hierarchy, the Masters of the Wisdom, the Elder Brothers , the rishis of India, and the Communion of Saints. During times of crisis in human affairs great teachers have emerged from the Hierarchy into the world of time and space. These have included Socrates, Shri Krishna, Mohammed, the Buddha and the Christ.

The Spiritual Hierarchy can be understood as reservoirs of lighted, loving energy on the inner side of life – a presence in the higher reaches of consciousness. They are the substance of what is often referred to as the Kingdom of God. Mystics and seekers of every faith have always known this. It is these energies and these Beings that shape the evolving sense of purpose and direction in human affairs, and that are awakening us now as a species to a new understanding of oneness.

A Preliminary Clarification

I see that Erasmo Parra gave us a lengthy response to the question and he cited three sources: Alice Bailey, H.P. Blavatsky, and the “Ascended Master” concept or teaching. I think his his answer is commendable with one key exception, namely that the “Ascended Masters” teaching, as I explain below, does not really belong with the other two. The Blavatsky and Bailey Teachings are the primary sources for the teaching on The Brotherhood of Light, though there are numerous other secondary sources that support them including the Rosicrucian, the esoteric side of Freemasonry as well as many individual writers.

However, the Bailey and Blavatsky sources also resulted in numerous imitators whose teachings are in the nature of a distorted reflection with irrelevant and erroneous things being inserted and essential things being left out. The phrase “Ascended Master” originated in the “I AM” movement about which Bailey wrote:

The Masters brought before the general public by such movements as the I AM movement are a travesty of the reality. The Masters portrayed in the many theosophical movements (since the time of H.P.B.) are not distinguished by intelligence and show little judgment in the choice of those whom the organizations claim are initiates or important members of the Hierarchy. https://www.lucistrust.org/books…

Likewise, in the Theosophical tradition that Blavatsky originated, Pablo Sender offers the following insightful critique of of “Mahatmas versus Ascended Masters.”

Definition

The phrase “Brotherhood of Light” has a number of synonyms and these include: Hierarchy, Spiritual Hierarchy, The Masters, and The Lodge. This Brotherhood or Light or Spiritual Hierarchy is the original source that inspired all of the great religions and cultural evolutions of humanity. Behind the evolution of the world is a brotherhood of light. Behind humanity, events, nations, cycles of history, is a mysterious source of inspiration. It is the Hierarchy of Love and intelligence, a brotherhood of enlightened souls who lead and who are the goal and guiding light of humanity. Ralph Waldo Emerson spoke of it as, “…that lofty and sequestered class who have been its prophets and oracles, the high priesthood of the pure reason, the Trismegisti, the expounders of the principles of thought from age to age.” They are transcendent; participants in super-nature, “…the privilege of this class is an access to the secrets and structure of nature, by some higher method than by experience”.

They were and are men, yet now more than that. Through many lives, they came by way of natural human evolution. They are called “Masters,” because they have mastered nature and achieved vast knowledge inclusive of yet transcending all the accumulated knowledge of all humanity. The Masters are human, yet not limited by human faults. They are divine, but not all-powerful. They are masters of wisdom, mediators of powerful spiritual energy, of divine love and intelligence. The Hierarchy, as a brotherhood of knowledge and enlightenment, are instrumental in the evolution of life, including but not limited to human life. They manifest spiritual luminosity; a mastery of self–of all things physical, emotional, mental.

We understand life as unfoldment of consciousness. So man, by evolution, transcends the animal, and the spiritual Hierarchy of our world, by evolution, transcends the human. Hierarchy is true consciousness, and by our approach to it we come to understand what it means to be awake, to be alive, to be truly conscious. So, humanity becomes a future Hierarchy. Hierarchy is a unity, a collective light behind and through the foundations of all things benevolent. The existing good in human arts, sciences, and societies, the good of all human creativity in the world, is in reality a blend of human with Hierarchical light. The light of world civilizations, seen from space, is the symbol of both our light and theirs. The collective aura of humanity grows luminous in the approach of Hierarchy. Their visitations support the long march of human history. Their power–in concert with our best efforts–stands as guard and guide in struggle of light with darkness.

Hierarchy is an integral part of the aura of the Earth, and the soul of humanity, that slowly awakening light, is also integral to that same aura. So, behind the scenes, members of this Brotherhood are active in fostering the spiritual and cultural life of nations.

They rarely come before the public eye, and when they do are not generally not recognized other than by those closely affiliated with their work. People usually see–not the members of Hierarchy–but their agents or disciples. These disciples work in the world by intuition, being spiritually impressed and often without conscious knowledge that they are disciples fulfilling a mission. Others are partly or fully conscious and clearly know that their labor on behalf of humanity is under the guidance of Hierarchy.

The work of Hierarchy and their agents in the world is not limited to what people usually call spiritual or religious work. Rather the entire field of human evolution is their field of service. Their activities embrace the light of right government, education, and all the sciences and arts that constitute human culture.

These true teachers guide, inspire and educate, but do not coerce or force humanity. Individual freedom, especially mental freedom, is never infringed. A key consequence of this is that their disciples can make mistakes in the way they represent themselves, their teachings, and the nature of Hierarchy itself. To attempt to correct all mistakes would itself be a violation of human freedom. So, Hierarchy is not an imposition, but a bridge to the future.

(The above “Definition” is adapted from my script for the video:

Spiritual Hierarchy–Its Nature and Relation to History and the Cultural Evolution of Humanity

Additional Sources

There are, as indicated above, numerous narratives in history about the role played by The Brotherhood, but perhaps the most notable example where we have a detailed record is relate in the book The Comte de St. Germain: Isabel Cooper-Oakley. Another good narrative on the history of this can be found here The Count of Saint-Germain.

Among the secondary narratives there is also What is the Spiritual Hierarchy? by Barbara Y. Martin and Dimitri Moraitis. They offer the following well written definition:

Every society has had its belief in divine support. Angelic beings have been a running theme throughout the Bible as messengers of God… devas, dynasties, and divine incarnations. Taoists have their pantheon of gods and divine ones. The gods and sacred beings of ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt played a central role in those societies. The Orphic and Elysian mysteries, with their mythology of the gods, were indispensable in the development of classical Greek culture and its golden age. In more recent times, mystics such as Helena Blavatsky, Max Steiner, Alice Bailey, Rudolf Steiner, and others helped reawaken an understanding of the spiritual hierarchy. Today, with the blossoming spiritual renaissance, many are taking a closer look at our relationship to the Holy Ones.

Whether religious or secular, the concept of invisible spiritual beings is part of humanity’s cultural heritage. They are a source of comfort, solace, and inspiration. Countless sages and mystics have claimed direct contact with these Holy Ones. And the ancient spiritual training centers of the world—the mystery schools and ashrams—shared a common goal of helping the aspirant achieve a direct connection to the divine. Today, with the material scientific perspective, some look at the subject of the spiritual hierarchy as outdated myths or folktales. To them, angels and archangels are not relevant or a worthy subject for the modern mind. Yet this is the furthest thing from the truth. As we better understand the physical world we live in, it becomes even more essential to understand the spiritual roots that support and sustain our physical life. Of all the aspects of metaphysical study, the spiritual hierarchy can be one of the most difficult to approach in a clear and levelheaded way. Part of our challenge in understanding the spiritual hierarchy is that there is much confusing and conflicting information, depending on which system you follow. Various religious and metaphysical schools have their own interpretation of the hierarchy order, and sometimes these schools will be in apparent conflict or even antagonistic to each other. This is often due to centuries of less inspired hands reinterpreting ancient revelations. The approach in this book will be syncretistic. As the Rig Veda states, “The One Truth the sages call by many names.” By understanding the common thread that runs through the various spiritual systems, we can better appreciate how the Holy Ones are universal for all of us. There are three ways to define the spiritual hierarchy that we will explore in this book:

• A network of celestial beings under God

• The hierarchical order of life

• The hierarchy of Divine Light

A Network of Celestial Beings under God The spiritual hierarchy is the administrator of God’s divine plan. They are responsible for carrying out the various duties of creation. This holy order ranges from advanced souls in the human kingdom to glorious angels, archangels, and planetary leaders. We will pay particular attention to angels and archangels, yet there are other aspects of the Higher that exert an enormous influence as well.

These Holy Ones have been on the spiritual path for a long time, many for eons, and have evolved enormously. They work to uplift humanity and form the evolutionary link connecting us to God. These exalted beings work on different levels of unfoldment, which is why it’s called a hierarchy, yet all work in perfect harmony with one another. Together, they form the evolutionary chain that links all life from the simplest amoeba to the most radiant archangel. We need these great beings as they are our link to God, and God works through these wonderful beings, guiding and steering the entire process of evolution.

Someone asked, “Does perfection really exist in this life/universe, and is there any proof? 

In Soul Consciousness there is a wondrous sense of perfection that transcends all conventional meanings of the term. But there is a problem with this word “perfection” because it suggests an end, a completion, a culmination point beyond which there is then nowhere else to go. A Transcendent spiritual experience is the entrance into a realm that seems perfect, and yet we find that beyond that and beyond that is more and yet more. The path toward Perfection is both infinite and infinitely satisfying at each stage. Perfection is a static sounding noun but the energy of life is more analogous to a verb. The essential proof of the meaning of perfection is available and ever unfolding because Divinity is within.

Source: My answer Quora

Some asked, “What book has helped you navigate through life?”

There are many, but one of the most useful is:

Insights for the Age of Aquarius: A Handbook for Religious Sanity

This is an important book. Anyone who thinks, talks, or writes, needs it! Since so much is embodied in words, its vital to give close attention to the problems of language, meaning and communication as it relates to things psychological, philosophic, religious and metaphysical. This is what this book accomplishes with great skill. Application of the ideas in this book will clarify and empower your thinking and communication skills.

“Each set of religious abstractions is related, somehow, characterologically, to the person who made them; or: tell me your religion and you tell me what you are.” – Insights for the Age of Aquarius, Gina Cerminara

Someone asked, “What is the ultimate reality?

Ultimate reality is beyond the reasoning mind, beyond definitions, beyond intellect, and beyond things physical. Reality can not be seen if only physical vision is used, though of course there are those who point to all things physical and say, “This is reality.” For the spiritually oriented, the words “God” and “Reality” are often used to point to the same thing. For the materialistically oriented, the two words are often used to point to opposite things, reality being for them, a synonym for the material world. So we have different definitions to be aware of. To “define” means to limit I say that reality is unlimited and transcendent. In that sense, nothing (no things) truly define reality—rather reality defines everything else

What defines reality for an individual is their consciousness because what they are conscious of is real for them. Ultimately, each person must decide for themselves what is true and what is not and people are not static so this evolves over time. But for any truth to be meaningful, it must be found within our self which is to say, within the soul. The innermost self, the soul has knowledge of which the personality can become conscious. “Consciousness” means to know and the soul (the real you) knows vastly more than the personality. Evolution brings soul and personality together, so evolution is the evolution of consciousness and expressed reality.

God as “ultimate reality” is a phrase that expresses something about God, but all such phrases never seem adequate. The problem with this one is that it sounds final in the sense of static, whereas God is dynamic. A word such as “God” comes with certain emotional and mental associations that depend on personal experience. The word is just a bit of language and the meaning we seek is beyond language.

Words are like arrows pointing to something. It depends on what the words “truth” and “reality” are pointing to for you or for the community of word users who are trying to communicate. Despite the limitation of words, for me, there is some truth connected to the word “God,” but I’m OK with those who do not care for the term

There is only a very limited reality expressed in language. We can say that deep reality, or the one reality, is above and beyond language. Nevertheless, when the consciousness is ready, a word can serve as a reminder, pointing to that which is beyond and which was always known in the depths of consciousness.

But while conscious of the problems of words, meanings, and diversity of personal experiences, I do not wish to side step the question on semantic grounds. Some time ago, I used some words on my blog that work for me. At the current time, they go like this:

What is Truth?

There is cosmic Truth; kin to the energy that patterns all the suns in Space. It is transcendent Spirit, pure Light beyond thought and word.

There is Monadic truth, the sun-like core of Self, mystically one with spatial suns.

There is intuitional truth, pure Beautiful light, and more of truth than fits most any brain.

There is truth of soul, a fire above the mind, and great, but well below the fires of the great hierarchy of suns.

There is the relative truth that developed mind takes and forms to words. It embraces the practical and the communicative. It is thought-truth in which we may see, from time to time, mirrored sparkles of things cosmic and mysterious.

There are truths on the many strata of the emotional plane, an array of sensing and sensitivities in graded steps from most beautiful downward toward the darkly glamorous and exclusive pseudo truths of the fanatics.

But what is our relation to truth? We are light obstructions becoming clear light transmitters. All the common of intellect, of emotion and body, and all ordinary noise that we do and say—all this competes with the pure pressures from above, with the transcendental. So, in our sleepy misalignment we block our creative gifts, and our fears, greater than our loving desire to give, hold us in prison.

Yet then there comes the upward turned eye, the pure feeling, the creatively tensed thought—these instruments of divinity manifest. And as the eye mirrors suns in the far depths of space, so a certain turn of mind and heart mirrors the mystic, the most Transcendent. Then we render ourselves most clearly, drawing ever closer to the energy that patterns suns, ever closer to transcendent Spirit, to pure Light beyond thought and word.

What are the dimensions of spirituality?

It might be better if the question were: “What are the dimensions of spirituality and materiality.” I will offer as my answer a summary and simplification from the Ageless Wisdom.

There is the manifested and evolving universe, and there is THAT out of which the universe was born. Spirit, in the ultimate sense, is that source. Unlike the ultimate SOURCE, the manifested universe is evolving, changing and relativistic, Which is to say it unfolds in time and is composed of various types or grades of spiritual and material energies that are relative to, and understood in relation to each other.

Everything in the manifested universe is composed of matter and energy of some grade. In addition, the physical and the spiritual worlds are not entirely separate things but rather are a continuum of one unified thing which we can call spirit-matter. This continuum can be visualized as a hierarchy with spirit, or pure spiritual energy, at the top and the most dense physical matter at the bottom. Between the highest spirit and the lowest matter are many grades, levels, or dimensions. When we say that anything is spiritual or divine, we mean that it belongs one of the upper levels of this hierarchy, that is to say, it has a closer proximity to pure spirit than the realms or dimensions below it in the hierarchy. So, there are degrees of spirituality and it is correct to say that something can be relatively spiritual or relatively material because there are higher degrees of spirituality beyond it.

The Ageless Wisdom postulates that there are seven primary levels or dimensions in which spiritual and material evolution takes place. These principles and their relationships will be somewhat easier to grasp if we begin by placing human consciousness within this scheme. In simplified form, the constitution of man belongs to the lower three dimensions—soul, psychic, and physical—and may be said to consist of:

  1. Soul, a spiritual dimension
  2. Mind, a psychic dimension
  3. Emotion, a psychic dimension
  4. Body, belonging to the physical dimension

From the above, it may be surmised that the human mind and emotions do not belong to the dense physical world at all. While in physical incarnation, the mind works through the brain but it does not have its origin there and belongs to the psychic dimensions and these dimensions are of a much finer grade of spirit-matter than the dense physical body. Mind and emotions are rightly conceived of as energy fields that are extensions of the soul and these are tethered to a physical body during incarnation.

As Evolution proceeds, the soul expresses itself increasingly through the lower dimensions, that is, through its mental emotional and physical vehicles. Consequently mind, emotions, and physical body become illuminated and take on spiritual qualities. This evolution underscores the truth that spirit and matter are not separate things. We do not have a soul on the one hand and a material personality on the other, rather the two become blended. Through evolution, the soul takes greater possession of the personality and expresses itself through it. so, over time the lower dimensions become increasingly spiritualized.

As stated above, there are actually seven primary dimensions, and in simpler form, the four aspects described above actually belong to the three lowest dimensions which can be enumerated as: Soul, psychic, and spiritual. And, in the larger scheme of things, we have five other higher dimensions above these three and human evolution ultimate money moves up into these dimensions as well.

The full scheme of seven dimensions or levels is—including the lower three dealt with here— are shown chart the chart below. In the chart, the lower three are labeled V, VI, and VII.

The seven dimensions are sometimes called “The Seven Planes of our Solar System,” and, as shown below include many details and aspects not described in my answer.

Chart taken from the works of Alice A. Bailey.

Morphing with Light