Rob Bryanton's dimensionality model
or: The 5D probability space and the 6D phase space of 4D physical reality
Rob Bryanton is the author of 3 books and over 200 mind-blowing videos explaining the idea of higher dimensions by helping the viewer imagine them. The short version of his Imagining the Tenth Dimension is embedded below:
Imagining the Tenth Dimension - 2012 Version
Bryanton's Imagining the Fifth Dimension is perhaps the most interesting of them all:
Imagining the Fifth Dimension
Bryanton's conception of the 5th dimension as the probability space fits extraordinarily beautifully into Bashar's description of reality.
Bryanton presents a very good dimensionality model for the objective reality metaparadigm. It splits with the dimensionality model(s) of the subjective reality metaparadigm at the 7th dimension. In Bryanton's dimensionality model, non-physical reality (the realm of the souls) is the dimension above the 6th. Bryanton uses causality as the threshold that separates the 5th and 6th dimensions, borrowing from Hugh Everrett III, originator of the Many Worlds Interpretation, one of the least reductionist interpretations of quantum mechanics — the 6th dimension thus containing causally unaccessible choices.
Bryanton's conception of the 6th dimension, the phase space for our universe (given initial conditions i.e. fundamental constants) — as conceived by Rob Bryanton's Higher Mind — is the geometrical construct within which all possibilities, based on "initial conditions" of our particular universe, exist. The 6th dimension, in Bryanton's linear(ish) conceptualization, is what one would "fold through" to get from any point in the 5th dimension to any other point in the 5th dimension, including any point before or after the "now".
The 7th to 9th dimensions are then a phase space of universe phase spaces (correlating to the idea of the multiverse), and the 10th dimension is that phase space as a single unobserved point (the omniverse). In the subjective reality metaparadigm, the unobserved point is actually the observer. It is the One (unchanging structure) experiencing itself (as All That Is) within itself (Creation), infinitely. It is the eternal now. That is what consciousness is — All That Is experiencing itself subjetively from different points of view — as most eloquently expressed by Bashar (the primary elucidator of the subjective reality metaparadigm along with Tom Campbell):
Bashar – The One, All That Is, Trinity (and AI)
From Bashar's transmission: Jupiter, The Eye of the Storm & The Watchful Father (2013-06-16) (1of2) [54min].
Bryanton thinks of human consciousness as a moving 5D point in a 6D hypersphere, the hypersphere thus being the "external world" or reality structure outside of consciousness, a not-self aspect of reality.
Causality as delimiting the 5th and 6th dimensions
Bryanton, as Hugh Everett III, imagines that causality is the threshold that separates the 5th and 6th dimensions:
Imagining the Sixth Dimension
In Bryanton's model, beyond the 6th-dimensional phase space ("outside the system"), would be non-conscious informational patterns that may form universes on a fluke. This makes sense from a physicalist/Western perspective. But there is another way to look at reality fundamentally. In the subjective reality metaparadigm, this idea would correspond to the non-physical realm of the soul and oversoul (6th/7th density), from which are created physical incarnational experiences that involve forgetting the higher-dimensional aspects of self. The soul in the spirit realm could be thought of as being in the 7th dimension, outside of the 6th-dimensional phase space of the universe.
The Indians call it Maya — the illusion that the world we see exists independently of the self. It's the idea that there is nothing outside of consciousness/oneself. It's the idea that you are the reality you believe you exist in. It's the idea that reality is subjective, not objective — that the physical world is a projection of your consciousness. It could be put as: information = reality = consciousness.
The starting point of this model can be seen to be Descartes' cogito ergo sum — everything can be logically doubted, except the fact that you exist (or, equivalently, that an experience is happening). Given that physicalist (fundamentalist-materialist) scientism has no way to begin to explain consciousness (the Hard Problem) — as brilliantly elucidated by physicist Peter Russell (e.g. in his masterpiece presentation The Primacy of Consciousness) — placing the starting point of ontological inquiry that far back (to the beginning!) doesn't seem like an unreasonable proposition.
Life begins with no knowledge about the "outside world" — all knowledge (or, more precisely, beliefs we believe are objective knowledge) is acquired/learned. A model of reality or TOE should therefore be ambitious enough to allow for different models of reality that, so long as they are logically consistent, would turn empirical science inside out, particularly if it has more explanatory power than scientism with its glaring Hard Problem. This is what the subjective reality metaparadigm does.
So, if we step all the way back to the beginning of our thinking, knowing only that we exist, vastly different yet logically consistent models can be constructed. As a good example, NASA physicist Tom Campbell's My Big TOE seems to be the most impressive model we humans have come up with to date.
According to Bashar, the "external world" is a reflection of the vibrational resonance of one's state of being, very much like a glass mirror, and the experience we call time is actually a shift in the 5th/6th dimension from one distinct atomic parallel reality frame to the next, and causality is designed by the 5th-dimensional Higher Mind according to that resonance.
Constants as the variables that define the multiverse
In his Imagining the Ninth Dimension, Bryanton states that: "If our universe were to have oscillating or changing constants, it would be a 7D point moving on the surface of an 8D hypersphere."
While Bryanton's more general concept of "initial conditions" is not necessarily invalidated, the (so-called) physical constants do not appear to actually be constants, as Rupert Sheldrake eloquently explains (e.g. in brief form in the first-ever censored TEDTalk). If this is true, then our reality/universe could not be constrained to the 6th dimension as Bryanton conceives it.
We have no right to assume that any physical laws exist, or if they have existed up to now, that they will continue to exist in a similar manner in the future.
According to Bashar's elucidation of the Laws of Creation, the only real constant is change. If that is true, then Bryanton's conception of the 7th-9th dimensions — mind-blowingly interesting ideas as they may be — is based on one of the dogmas of scientism, namely that our universe has locked-in fine-structure constants that cannot change.
Consciousness as the primordial essence of reality
According to the model of reality that can be reached from this line of thought (the subjective reality metaparadigm), each and every one of us is existence itself, having an experience within itself. Everything (All That Is) is one thing (a holographic, monistic, pantheistic, panpsychic consciousness), which exists here and now, simultaneously, as information, which can be accessed by you (because you are existence — the information is within you). In order to have a life experience in (so-called) physical reality, you have to disconnect from greater parts of yourself (higher frequencies of consciousness). At the soul/spirit level of consciousness (6th/7th density), you recognize yourself as a being of infinite possibility, as an experiential aspect of the eternal/infinite Creation (i.e. All That Is, the One Being, existence, consciousness; the ultimate ensemble, the omniverse). You are immortal and eternal, this life being only one of your experiences. Beyond 5th density (the 5th-dimensional higher realm of consciousness, a.k.a. your Higher Mind), which generates the 3rd density "physical world" experience (which we are taught to believe is an independent structure that we exist in) you know that you have always existed and will always exist, because you are All That Is, the One Being having an experience of itself within itself, subjectively, from a particular point of view.
If this model is accurate, as Eastern peoples and mystics appear to know, the implications are mind-blowing. Suddenly, virtually all paranormal phenomena become explainable; explainable as not only real but as that which is real: subjective experience. It's the empirical objective world idea that is the illusion/hoax.
Within this model fit ideas like Tom Campbell's model of a virtual reality, and the theory proposed by a number of researchers that Gnostic cosmogony may be onto something, with their idea of a demiurgic subuniverse posing as All That Is, creating a closed system (phase space) in order to perpetuate samsara (the soul's reincarnation cycle). The demiurge even has agents, the "archons". Supposedly, the "archons" are higher-dimensional parasitical lifeforms that feed off negative emotions, hence they create systems of control (i.e. artificial limitation) to increase negative polarity. Furthermore, when they lower their frequency and begin crossing into 3rd density (not unlike A Sphere's crossing into A Square's 2-dimensional reality in Flatland: The Film), people tend to perceive them as archetypal reptilian beings, due to a primordial biological fear response coming from the amygdala — the "reptilian part of the brain".
Hidden artificial limitations
The primary unnatural limitation Bryanton seems to have imposed upon himself is the belief in authority, as can be discerned by hearing him defer to ideas such as "Michael Shermer's razor-sharp debunking skills" and other appeals to pseudo-skeptical "authorities" such as David Deutsch and Richard Dawkins.
Sharp minds have noticed that we live in an insane society and that we are, in a very real sense, enslaved to a destructive system of control that goes completely unnoticed by the majority of people. The control system (the superset of the authority-based governmental, legal, "educational", and financial systems) isn't empirically real — it only exists inasmuch as people believe it does. It exists solely due to the energy put into it by people who subject themselves to it. It's readily observable, once elucidated, that it's an illusory system of control based entirely on fear. So a subset theory of the archontic theory — proposed perhaps most notably by David Icke — is that the "archons" (Greek ἄρχων, rulers) can shape-shift (i.e. arrange form/causality from dimensions above) into 3rd density reality posing as "leaders" (masters) who have "authority" (rights that other people don't have; the "right to rule", i.e. the right of initiation of violence), and can thus dictate to no-authority people (slaves) what to do, or otherwise bring upon them violent retribution. In other words, slavery by compliance via mind control techniques such as the illusion of choice instead of physical shackles. It's readily observable that authority requires enforcement which requires violence, hence authority is a concept premised in violence. It's the evolution (continuation) of slavery, or slavery 2.0. Even within the objective reality metaparadigm, in the age of technology-assisted abundance, there is no need for outdated primitive concepts like "authority".
However, Bryanton's "straightness" serves the purpose of helping to bring mainstream scientific thinking into the consideration of the multidimensional model of the subjective reality metaparadigm. Why would or should, say, Stephen Hawking (or any other "great scientist of our time"), be taken more seriously than, say, Bashar? That is the question that separates "authority"-bound thinking and true open-minded inquiry.
Borrowing from Bryanton's phenomenal idea of the 6th dimension being the phase space for physical reality, a basic dimensionality model in the subjective reality metaparadigm looks something like this: