The universe is multidimensional. This is not just mathematical reasoning, but reality, which can be experienced by a human being. Spatial dimensions have been known to religious practicians from time immemorial. They were called eons in Greek and lokas in Sanskrit; in Agni Yoga the term
"layers" was used to refer to them (see [10-12,15-17] for details).
The highest, primordial spatial dimension is the Abode of the Primordial Universal Consciousness, Which, as it was described in Bhagavad Gita , periodically creates the
"manifested" world by condensing diffused cosmic energy (protoprakriti) to the material state. Those
"islets" of solid matter get inhabited by small parts of another kind of previously diffused energy — protopurusha — which will have to evolve up to the Divine state by means of multiple incarnations into organic bodies and then to infuse themselves into the Primordial Consciousness, thus enriching Him with themselves.
This process of the soul development starts with initial forming of lumps of energy on crystal lattices. Then follow incarnations into vegetative, animal and finally into human bodies. The task of a human being — as the final stage of the development of an individual soul — is to make efforts on bringing himself as soon as possible to the Divinity and to Merge with the Creator.