All humans are already communicating interdimensionally as part of the process of understanding our personal environment. We just never considered this as a capacity that we could consciously develop.
When you decide on a bright, sunny morning to bring an umbrella to work because your body is telling you that rain is on the way; when the perfect parking space opens up after you ask for the help of the Parking Deva; when you’re browsing the shelves at the library and the very book you need drops off a shelf into your hands; when you’re rearranging the living room furniture or creating a new garden, and the couch or the peony bush “tells” you where it wants to be; or when the phone rings and you know who it is before you answer it-these are all instances of interdimensional communication.
The only difference between people who say they cannot perceive interdimensionally and people who consciously communicate interdimensionally is intent and practice.
Excerpt from Atala’s book We Are Not Alone