Nowhere have I encountered the furnishings of a conventional heaven, or glimpsed the face of God. On the other hand, certainly I dwell in a psychological heaven by earth's standards, for everywhere I sense a presence, or atmosphere, or atmospheric presence that is well-intentioned, gentle yet powerful, and all-knowing. This seems to be a psychological presence of such stunning parts, however, that I can point to no one place and identify it as being there in contrast to being someplace else.
Briefly the three dilemmas of the multidimensional universe are: 1) The impossibility of inner vitality to completely materialize. 2) Identity will continually seek stability, while stability is impossible. 3)Birth of Ego. Consciousness of self attempts to separate itself from action, this is impossible, since consciousness or identity is inseparable from action.
"Identity, because of its characteristics, will continually seek stability, while stability is impossible . . . It is this dilemma between identity's constant attempts to maintain stability and action's inherent drive for change that results in the imbalance, the exquisite creative by-product that is consciousness . . . identity must seek stability while action must seek change, yet identity could not exist without change, for it is the result of action and a part of [...]