by Marinus Jan Marijs
In the higher worlds, who have spatial dimensions just as the physical world has, movement is not only possible but also easier. The mental body can move through physical material such as walls. Movement is not by muscle movement but by means of mental concentration, by will-intention. There are several different ways of movement:
—Walking (by habit)
—Floating, there is no gravity here, so there is no weight. With this way of movement there are two kinds of motion: several visual points of orientation, or to move oneself immediate in a certain direction, where one focuses ones attention on the end point , and moves directly to that location.
—There is also another way of spatial translocation possible, which is immediately, without traveling through intermediate places, locations or spaces, one focuses ones attention on a distant location and one is there immediately. On the higher levels a movement in time is also possible.
19th-century-painting- Atkinson Grimshaw (1836 – 1893)