2.3.Question: Regarding multidimensional logic.
Answer: It would be difficult to explain in a few words. I just gave an example in the last chapter of my autobiography when I explained that the oxygen that we breathe represents a past state of plants, while the carbon dioxide that we exhale enables a future for plants. The oxygen that plants produce after that , once again enables our future. Quite interesting.
We just never think, and we were never taught to think in such way. Well, we just breathe. We breathed the air in and then out, and everything seems easy. What 's special about that ? It just happens automatically.
And if you really think about it, even in this process the present, past and future are such a mix that it’s not easy for a person to comprehend, although it is really very simple because we have to inhale oxygen produced by plants.
We need carbon dioxide to be able to produce the oxygen. And it turns out that we breathe the plants' past state which they have produced. We breathe in the current moment. We exhaled the carbon dioxide and it’s becoming a past state for us because we exhaled it and it enables a future for plants because they can create new oxygen from the carbon dioxide. That chain is very interesting.
This is a simple example of continuous logic because while it seems that all events are little related to each other, they are in fact strongly connected. We are sitting here and breathing in air but there are no plants here , apart from a few half-dead ones . This does not mean that there are no trees outside. That is, nothing is changing, we are simply not taught to think holistically or to connect multiple events with each other. When we learn how to do it, it will be much easier to understand what is happening around us and in ourselves.