Let's think about that for a moment. Maybe both views are correct--God, in whatever form "he" might exist, perhaps is omni-present, including within each of us. For those feeling less inclined to accept a directional existence of God to be in "any direction", might feel more comfortable pointing upward toward their perception of where Heaven is located. That, however, would be any direction again because you could be standing anywhere on this spherical ball we call Earth.
Think about that for a moment. Imagine you are pointing directly toward the sky as you travel from America to Australia, or the North Pole to the South Pole. Accept further that this ball is constantly rotating on its axis while at the same time traveling at a tremendous speed in its orbit around the Sun. In the end, it becomes an omni-directional orientation. So to all these people I say we may be in agreement. (Assuming, of course, that you believe in a God as I do.)
If we could all agree for a moment that God lives in a place we call Heaven, I think we can all come to the conclusion that it is somewhere outside our 3-dimensional space that seems to confine the realm of "our world". This brings us to the subject of dimensions, which is really where I want to direct this particular blog entry. More specifically it brings us to the subject of higher dimensions (more than three called "hyperspace") that scientists believe played a major role in the Big Bang and is very much a part of the laws of nature we observe today. In Blog #3, I mentioned that scientists believe the Big Bang was a "cracking" of a much higher dimension space. I will talk more about what that means in my next blog entry.
At this juncture, you won't hear another peep from me in the vein of religion. I will let the science and math speak for itself as I venture further trying to explain Creation and the laws of this Universe in which we live. I brought up religion here in the beginning because most everyone who might read this has certain religious convictions. My hope was to present facts and not change a person's need to try and fit or not fit those facts into that religion. I will let the facts speak for themselves and I leave it to each reader to form their own informed conclusions.