When one deals with spirituality, one relatively soon encounters so-called dimensions of reality. What are these dimensions of reality?
In general, these are different states of consciousness, energies and associated laws that determine the respective possibilities in this dimension. Humans, for example, deal primarily with the dimensions 3 as waking state of consciousness and 4 as memories of dreams. By higher dimensional channeled beings, higher dimensions are described as higher energies and lower dimensions as lower energies. The number of dimensions is often given between 7 and 34, but can also be much higher.
Matias De Stefano, for example, in the article “Matias De Stefano’s 9 Dimensions of Spiritual Reality” considers nine dimensions. So Matias describes with the first three dimensions the creation of consciousness from Universal to earthly. The next three dimensions correspond to the development of consciousness from earthly to Divine. Finally, the last three dimensions refer to the Universal Plan.
All dimensions Matias refers at the same time to individual beings and to the Universal as a whole. This is basically correct, because the consciousness is nested in each other. However, Matias remains attached to the old age insofar, as he designs a kind of development cycle from the dimensions, similar to the soul cycle of the old age.
In fact, however, individual beings do not develop their center of consciousness on the basis of the dimensions from 1 to 9. Only temporarily they still develop over the dimensions 4 to 6 out of the old age into the new age.
With the complete transcendental consciousness of the new age, the dimensions 5 and 6 are no more. Then, people build up their consciousness only with the first three dimensions, including the fourth. Karmic is integrated through Liebesflussverbindung (love-flow-connection). The dimensions 7 to 9 described by Matias serve the universally embedded earthly creation.
 ”Matias De Stefano’s 9 Dimensions of Spiritual Reality, A Sirius star system view of the spiritual dimensions of reality “ by Alan Lew, May 21, 2021; revised December 21, 2021.