Two Worlds
there’s always more to life
Scientists and mystics agree for the first time in thousands of years that there are multiple dimensions to our universe and only one of them can seen, felt, tasted, touched and experienced with our five senses. So the question is where is the rest of the universe?

Scientists and mystics also agree that far beneath the gray matter of the brain, deep within the molecules, atoms and sub-atomic particles, if you go deeper still you will eventually arrive at a space that is absolutely nothing. What is this big empty space?
Scientists, not wanting to appear inadequate, came up with an official sounding name for it. They call it “the empty space that isn't zero.” The mystics on the other hand, have always known this empty space as the great void - a place of cosmic creation, an endless sea of divine energy and infinite possibility.

So the question is, if there are multiple dimensions to our universe and only one of them can be experienced with our five senses, where is everything that we truly want out of life?