The ancient yogic mapping of inner reality tells and shows us that our everyday being is made up of seven metaphysical dimensions of existence which mature and ripen every seven years of age. These seven dimensions are also known as the seven bodies, or seven levels of density, or seven planes of consciousness, and each one has its own yoga.
We're told that during our nine months in our mother's womb, we grow and form our bud of potentiality – as the synthesis of positive, negative and neutral polarity – which crystallizes in its complementess at birth, and starts flowering soon after our physical delivery as an individual, multidimensional, spiritual unit of matter, emotion, mind and higher consciousness.
Beginning from our knowledge, physical structure, every seven years, we grow, develop, consolidate, mature and seal, as fully as we're able to, the following one, which becomes the foundation for the consequent coming one. This also means that our maturity of being comes after our forty-ninth year of age.
From birth to seven years of age, we develop our physical form and consciousness, its strength, capacity of movement, survival and reproduction. From seven to fourteen years of age, we develop our emotional dimension of being, our emotional body and consciousness, its capacity of relationship, reaction and reproduction.
From fourteen to twenty-one, we complete our mental capacities and consciousness, as the ability of reasoning, planning and taking responsibility from for what we are and do. From twenty-one to twenty-eight, we develop our sentimental body and its ability of feeling the present across time and space.
From twenty-eight to thirty-five, we acquire our natural, spiritual consciousness capacity of perceiving the life's frequency. From thirty-five to forty-two, our cosmic vision develops, taking us to the end of the universe. From forty-two to forty-nine, we grow our intrinsic nature of containing all that exists.
Now, the fundamental, metaphysical question that each of us should ask himself or herself, in the intimacy of their silent space of meditation, is this: according to my physical age, how old am I emotionally, mentally, sentimentally, spiritually, universally and divinely?
Until when there are no more differences among the seven level of consciousness, our answers tell us what our steps are supposedly to be in order to fully mature as a complete and adult citizen of this multidimensional and multi-universal existence. Until then, there are endless techniques, strategies and methods to apply, if we want, to fulfill our human destiny.