Whenever I am physically thinking of something, I am thinking of that thing at a time and in a place. So, you can place my thought in a box of space and time. My thought is happening inside of my brain, so you can place a box in that box of my thought. My brain is comprised of neurons, molecules, and atoms and sub-atomic particles that facilitate chemical reactions. You can place all these things in their respected nested boxes. The question is how does what is in my brain get out into the external world? Remember, a box can open any box nested in it, but it can’t open its own box. If the boxes are dimensions, this implies that higher dimensions have access to the properties and information of lower dimensions; however, lower dimensions do not have the same type of access. In other words, if we were to take that box of space and time and place it in a larger box, that larger box would be able to look into the box of space and time and thus all the subsequent nested boxes.
10 contains 9 and 1; however, 9 doesn’t contain 10. Something that is 10 dimensional contains all its lower dimensions. It would be 9 dimensions plus another one, for example. In that sense, a higher-dimensional domain than the physical domain would contain the physical world and other dimensions. Since it contains the entirety of the physical world, a more abstract domain would also contain all physical possibilities. This would imply that every physical object is an extension of a more abstract and higher domain where a higher dimensional entity has access to physical objects. From the perspective of a higher-dimensional structure, it does not matter if the thought is in your brain or outside of your head, for it has access to the information contained therein regardless. Furthermore, since its domain is all physical possibilities, it also contains an ensemble of physical states which is indistinguishable from ensembles of physical forces and states. What is on a higher domain can “imitate” anything of a lower domain.
So, whenever a person intentionally thinks something, they are intentionally arranging their thoughts; therefore, a construct exists. That construct is an abstraction, and is inside, of their brain; however, their brain and the corresponding physical levels are subsets of a higher domain. Since this domain is higher, this implies that things on a higher level can have access to the information in someone’s brain in the same way you can have access to something in a box by opening it. From a higher dimension, something can simply look at the information inside a person’s brain and acquire information about their experiential states – such as what they are thinking. In a sense, you can think of the thought as existing inside and outside of your brain at the same time. This implies that by virtue of simply thinking, imagining, visualizing, or anything else of that matter, you are, technically, creating a construct that is correlated with a higher-dimensional space. So, while technically consciousness is physically created and caused by your physiology, the information that describes it can be accessed from higher dimensions.
The concept of higher-dimensions seems to be the subject of science fiction or complex mathematics, but we deal with higher-dimensional objects all the time in intuitive ways. For example, take simple shapes like squares, rectangles, and triangles. These shapes are abstract higher-dimensional structures. A 2D square is comprised of four lines. This means you can construct a square from a line by adding another exact perpendicular line to that line. You can finish construction of this square by doing that two more times. A square is comprised of a collection of lines. This implies a square is more abstract and higher-dimensional than a line. The shape of the square is an abstraction of how one line relates to another line where the entire structure of the square is higher-dimensional. If a room had four chairs that were perpendicular to each other, it would be very intuitive to think that a square table is supposed to go there based on how each chair relates to the other even though there is no square table there. Like how a square is a higher-dimensional structure that creates a type of union among the lines it is an abstraction of, a higher domain than the physical world creates a type of union among experiences that are within our brains, objects outside of our body, and experiences between the brains of people. It makes it so that these entities can interact with each other based on how they relate to each other.