Dimensions Quotes

Quotes tagged as "dimensions" (showing 1-30 of 42)
Vera Nazarian
“Love is made up of three unconditional properties in equal measure:

1. Acceptance
2. Understanding
3. Appreciation

Remove any one of the three and the triangle falls apart.

Which, by the way, is something highly inadvisable. Think about it — do you really want to live in a world of only two dimensions?

So, for the love of a triangle, please keep love whole.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Romina Russell
“Scientists say that somewhere in the universe, every event under the sun repeats itself an infinite number of times in every possible variation.”
Romina Russell, Zodiac

Edwin A. Abbott
“Doubtless we cannot see that other higher Spaceland now, because we have no eye in our stomachs.”
Edwin A. Abbott, Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

Amit Ray
“There are twenty one mystical dimensions of consciousness. Enlightenment is abiding in the highest three dimensions of consciousness.”
Amit Ray, Enlightenment Step by Step

Russell Brand
“The world is awash with colours unseen and abuzz with unheard frequencies. Undetected and disregarded. The wise have always known that these inaccessible realms, these dimensions that cannot be breached by our beautifully blunt senses, hold the very codes to our existence, the invisible, electromagnetic foundations upon which our gross reality clumsily rests.”
Russell Brand, Revolution

“The universe is not a stagnant place where technology stands still and only the few govern its destiny. Rather, it is a multidimensional dynamic entity that interacts with all things, even the very smallest. And what part we each place in it and the effect we have on it is a matter of our own choice.”
R.G. Risch

Louis L'Amour
“The terms we use for what is considered supernatural are woefully inadequate. Beyond such terms as ghost, specter, poltergeist, angel, devil, or spirit, might there not be something more our purposeful blindness has prevented us from understanding?
We accept the fact that there may be other worlds out in space, but might there not be other worlds here? Other worlds, in other dimensions, coexistent with this? If there are other worlds parallel to ours, are all the doors closed? Or does one, here or there, stand ajar?”
Louis L'Amour, The Haunted Mesa

AainaA-Ridtz
“No dimensions are closed to the ones in service of the Universal Law.”
AainaA-Ridtz A R

Edwin A. Abbott
“The little Hexagon meditated on this a while and then said to me; "But you have been teaching me to raise numbers to the third power: I suppose three-to-the-third must mean something in Geometry; what does it mean?" "Nothing at all," replied I, "not at least in Geometry; for Geometry has only Two Dimensions." And then I began to shew the boy how a Point by moving through a length of three inches makes a Line of three inches, which may be represented by three; and how a Line of three inches, moving parallel to itself through a length of three inches, makes a Square of three inches every way, which may be represented by three-to-the-second. xxx Upon this, my Grandson, again returning to his former suggestion, took me up rather suddenly and exclaimed, "Well, then, if a Point by moving three inches, makes a Line of three inches represented by three; and if a straight Line of three inches, moving parallel to itself, makes a Square of three inches every way, represented by three-to-the-second; it must be that a Square of three inches every way, moving somehow parallel to itself (but I don't see how) must make Something else (but I don't see what) of three inches every way—and this must be represented by three-to-the-third."

"Go to bed," said I, a little ruffled by this interruption: "if you would talk less nonsense, you would remember more sense.”
Edwin A. Abbott, Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

M.C. Escher
“«It is impossible for the inhabitants of different worlds to walk or sit or stand on the same floor, because they have differing conceptions of what is horizontal and what is vertical. Yet they may well share the use of the same staircase. On the top staircase illustrated here, two people are moving side by side and in the same direction, and yet one of them is going downstairs and the other upstairs. Contact between them is out of the question because they live in different worlds and therefore can have no knowledge of each other's existence.»”
M.C. Escher, M.C. Escher: The Graphic Work

“To me, the rainbow was a profoundly hopeful symbol, separating the the white light of appearances into its multiple spectrum and revealing a hidden dimension. It reminded me of my belief that it was the mission of science to pierce through the layers of everyday reality and penetrate to the truth.”
Candace B. Pert, Molecules of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine

Michael  Sanders
“I sit up and stare with eyes closed, perceiving the infinity of this dimension, so grateful to experience this, comfortable with the idea of this journey either ending shortly or continuing forever.”
Michael Sanders, Ayahuasca: An Executive's Enlightenment

Warren Ellis
“In the long run, you see, none of that matters.

I've seen Heaven, Dowling. And it's not a place where you exercise any power.

In the long run, we are all three-dimensional side-effects of a two-dimensional universe existing in a multidimensional stack.”
Warren Ellis

AainaA-Ridtz
“Unified thinking without borders in apparent dimensions can only be strengthened when focused collectively 'internally'.”
AainaA-Ridtz A R

“The lucky ones are those who take every opportunity and turn every life experience onto truth seeking adventure. They end up full filled with deeper dimensions of pleasure and spirit satisfaction.
~Inspired by: Rania Rageh~”
Sameh Elsayed

“Our partners can add sweet dimensions to our lives, but for us to be utterly fulfilled we need to be totally aligned with our own sensuality.”
Lebo Grand

Randall Munroe
“I would say time is definitely one of my top three favorite dimensions.”
Randall Munroe

“In our process of spiritual maturity, our faith needs to attain bigger dimensions”
Sunday Adelaja

“Another One'

When you’re a child you learn there are three dimensions
Height, width and depth
Like a shoebox
Then later you hear there’s a fourth dimension
Time
Hmm
Then some say there can be five, six, seven…

I knock off work
Have a beer at the bar
I look down at the glass and feel glad.



'Poem'

I’m in the house
It’s nice out
Warm
Sun on cold snow
First day of spring
Or last day of winter

My legs run up the stairs
And out the door
My top half here writing.”
Ron Padgett, Complete Poems

Terry Pratchett
“The living often don’t appreciate how complicated the world looks when you are dead, because while death frees the mind from the straitjacket of three dimensions it also cuts it away from Time, which is only another dimension. So while the cat that rubbed up against his invisible legs was undoubtedly the same cat that he had seen a few minutes before, it was also quite clearly a tiny kitten and a fat, half-blind old moggy and every stage in between. All at once. Since it had started off small it looked like a white, catshaped carrot, a description that will have to do until people invent proper four-dimensional adjectives.”
Terry Pratchett, Equal Rites

“Time may be defined as " dimension governed by activity." Dimension diminishes with inactivity so does the value of time.”
Moutasem Algharati

Steven Redhead
“Open up your heart enables expansion of the dimensions of the conscious states.”
Steven Redhead, Unleash The Power of Your Heart and Mind

“In the end, it all comes down to the Blood...”
Nathan Walsh

Idries Shah
“Sufis deny the absolute reality of time, space and physical form. These things are both relative and local. They only appear to be absolute.”
Idries Shah, Sufi Thought and Action

Brownell Landrum
“Love transcends dimensions of time and space.”
Brownell Landrum, Repercussions: DUET stories Volume IV - Adult Version

“A particular behavior moves through a system in the same way as cars move on the roadways. On the interstate, you have a large macro motion followed by main roads connecting cities and the smaller roads connecting towns and tract streets or dirt roads. As a fractal structure, the dimensions of some fields are like the interstate (think Sierpinski gasket), where one path goes a great distance and another one is very short, and when you add self organization to the mix, these behaviors begin to exhibit distinctions and influences of greater and greater complexity moving into deeper and finer levels.
Think of each dimension as a particular path on the fractal.”
Rick Delmonico, The Philosophy of Fractals

Atala Dorothy Toy
“The only difference between people who say they cannot perceive interdimensionally and people who consciously communicate interdimensionally is intent and practice. Most people access interdimensional information unconsciously. When they experience conscious contact with a non-human energy, they tend to pass it off as a curiosity or as intuition, or they cancel out the experience as too weird to deal with.”
Atala Dorothy Toy, We Are Not Alone: A Complete Guide to Interdimensional Cooperation

Claudia Gray
“Listen to me. When a physicist starts talking about souls, we are officially off the map.”
Claudia Gray, Ten Thousand Skies Above You

“When it comes to LOVE there is no winning. It's all about LOSING. To feel the TRUE presence of love, you have to lose yourself completely for that special person. Losing is just a sign of getting yourself ready to see the WINNING from different dimension ;)”
Suresh Rao (Founder of rollnreel.com)

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