While designing essential superpositions I found myself challenged by the idea of imagining realities beyond the mental structures of the mind.
As I see it, the mind quickly matches to the physical world from a previous learning. As we grow, the more we know, forces premature conclusions that bind us to only one physical dimension, and more so as we get old.
Can I imagine a reality that is impossible for my mind to imagine?
I built the first holow hexaedron superposition to gain enough knowledge to shape a solid volume.
The solid volume always hides at least 2 faces. In the mind they could be more, less, or not faces at all.
Are you really looking? Use your core feelings, not the eyes, to transpose to a different dimension where the hidden sides of the volume are not what the mind assumes they are. Can you go beyond the shape you already know? Your mind constructs with what it knows and is bound by it.
Now imagine "what did I hide inside?"