Aside from personal experience, the definitive approach of logic is helpful in explaining the nature of existence. For those who do not know the experience first-hand, it is helpful to have common variables to explain it in straightforward terms. These are the Universal Constants (“Laws”) which all subsequent dimensions generate their Constants with. It is the presence of additional “laws” which constitute another dimensional experience, which independently adhere to specific “laws” (ie: Physics) which always derive from the previous dimension’s. They are all possible because of these all encompassing “Laws of God” that our statues emphasize. Even while they are referred to as “God’s” they specifically encompass the first three dimensions (“God”, the “Son”, and the “Wholly Spiritual Universe”). Which is only one essence whose aspects differ only in these functionalities.
While these Universal Constants are everywhere, they may not always be obvious when other dimensions are in focus. To support the different dimensional “laws”, these Constant are distorted to seem to be other variations (ie: “Symmetry” believed to refer to genders, or soul-mates, or “Adaptation” referring to war, disagreement, or survival ). When this is the case they are usually in a “wider range”, which may require a “higher vision” out of the specific dimension to be recognized.
Even though these Constants are described separately, they occur simultaneously. When one is recognized then another is also available for discovery. Each of these reflect into each additional dimension, while dividing them into additional variations of them. The first Constant becomes the second and third, while those two become the additional four. When those four seem to become the additional eight, you have entered the “laws of physics”. While the previous apply, they become elaborated on for perception to occur.
While a “Constants of Constants” would also be a “law”, it is because of the first’s continuous decision for them which creates them and it’s desire for them keeps their representation constant. For without it, none of them exist, nor have reason too.