Vedic texts do explore numerous dimensions of existence and reality through its rich philosophy and spirituality, such as the concept of Atman (the individual soul) and Brahman (the ultimate reality), the different layers of consciousness, and various states of existence. As per Vedic understanding, soul after getting Moksha reaches the seventh level. The highest level, the 10th Dimension (5th sub-level), is known as Goloka Dham. Only a select few souls devoted to Krishna Bhakti have the potential to ascend to these sublevels within the 10th dimension. In Bhagavadgita (verse 8.15) Lord Krishna says that after attaining Me (My abode), the great souls, who are yogīs in devotion, never return to this temporary world, which is full of miseries, because they have attained the highest perfection.