Thinking being a mental process of our system becomes very important to define and feel plan, listen, create, assume, imagine, define, reflect experiences of life each and every moment and at the same time, overthinking might become negative/harmful to the entire system of the individual.

Negative impacts of Overthinking

  • Influences the ability to live in the present
  • Gives less room for imagination
  • Prevents from realizing own strengths/others

How does a human being think?

As we know all our thoughts, feelings, behaviors are deep-rooted in the brain, where a complex network of cells receive information from the internal and external environment and transforming the same into self-experience (both from the inner and to the outer world)

How can we think in different dimensions?

Two parts objectives to learning to think about extra dimensions

  1. First- Easy: Learning to represent or describe a world with extra dimensions
  2. Second – Harder: Learning how things work in a world with extra dimensions

10 different dimensions of the Universe:

Superstring theory speculates that the universe exists in 10 dimensions.

 Different dimensions refer to the alternative realities that occur parallel to self, and here things work might have happened differently. Anyways, the reality of dimensions is actually different from the known facts.

To sense it down, dimensions are simplified into different facets of what we perceive to be as reality.

In fact, the theoretical framework of Superstring Theory suggests that the universe exists in ten different dimensions.

All these different dimensions administer the universe, the fundamental forces of nature, every elementary particle confined within, etc.

The first dimension describes length (x – axis) and it is a straight line, which exists only in terms of length and has no other discernible qualities.

In second dimension, we focus on the y-axis (or height), and we get an object that becomes a 2-dimensional shape (like a square).

Third dimension involves depth (the z-axis), and gives all objects a sense of area and a cross-section. The perfect example of this is a cube, which exists in three dimensions and has a length, width, depth, and hence volume.

Fourth dimension is time – that governs the properties of all known matter at any given point

According to Superstring Theory, the fifth and sixth dimensions are where the world of possibility arises.

In fifth dimension, we see a world somewhat different from our own and gives us a means to measure similarity and differences between the inner world and outer world.

In sixth, we can see a plane of possible worlds, where we usually compare and position all the possible factors (i.e. the Big Bang).

In the seventh dimension, everything is different since the initial phases & very beginning of time.

In the eighth dimension, each phase begins with different initial conditions and spreads out with infinities.

In the ninth dimension, comparison starts with all the different possible laws of physics and initial conditions.

In the tenth/final dimension, it is the point in which everything possible and imaginable is enclosed. There is nothing beyond this state.

Conclusion:

Multidimensional thinking is thus a network of conceiving thought process in a critical thinking framework and it is very natural and intentional.

Same way, it is a seeking pattern through metacognition with practical aspects of variables/factors both in individual/collective thinking and functioning domains.