In this 3D space we sense a very limited range of frequencies – the seen. There are MANY more out there. Those we cannot sense are the unseen. Now having stated the obvious, why is it so? Frequencies are available to us if we have sensory equipment active there that is connected to us. Outside that range, we have the equipment, but it is not connected to us. Good thing too, we would face total sensory overload otherwise. In truth we see all but our processes dismiss that surplus to our needs.
There are two worlds out there – the seen and the unseen. It’s not that esoteric.
How do I know? Well, We live in one and visit the other. No big deal here – we all do – every day.
It all boils down to the fact that we physically experience one frequency range amongst a bundle of other frequency ranges. We tend to have a body with some level of sensory apparatus at each range. As Yoda says “Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter“.
The upshot of this comment is that Yoda is right. We have many bodies, one or more for each frequency range. Each range has a different set of rules. Take gravity for example – in the realms above, it appears to be optional. Although when I look at bumblebees and some birds, I think that it may be optional here as well depending upon where our seat of conscious rests.
This structure makes for a great learning system. WE are not flooded with sensation beyond what we can handle easily. Those in the frequencies above have the ability to change the properties of any range below them. This helps them to assist us by finely tuning any lesson we are experiencing. They also learn from our experiences, if somewhat vicariously.