All things are shaped by a sphere of influence from huge astronomical systems to the smallest atom or monad.“Monadology” a famous metaphysical essay by Gottfried Leibniz suggests that all things that exist have ontologicalweight as Monads, the smallest units of awareness (Lebiniz).Shape and forms of things seem to be adaptive to the world which surrounds or affects a particular body. Certainly, thisis true in a sense but not necessarily. Objects are conditioned by the physics of awareness, the higher law in which alllower laws must obey. A sphere of emptiness envelopes all binary relations by way of negation, limitation, or undefinedschema- as all things that come to be already exist as an empty set of ideas.Self-examination of the body such as the legs, hands, and arms are commonly concluded as utilities—a means forgathering provisions or a way to get from one place to another. Seldom do we think of bodily forms as reflections of human states such as individuality, freedom, or to grasp an idea. Human forms as well as all objects are shaped by ourown perceptions and understanding.“Man Visible and Invisible” by Leadbeater first published in 1898 illustrates ancient Sanskrit planes and a variety of corresponding human astral bodies or “when I am dreaming body” (Leadbeater). Every possible world must also have acorresponding body such as the human body which operates off the physical plane or such as the Astral body of the dream world. Grey type extraterrestrials are synonymous with jivatmas bodies of ancient Sanskrit text and operateoff the etheric plane referred to as etheric bodies.Within multidimensional bodies such as the human and etheric bodies, all corresponding bodies nest. Likewise are ownsolar system nests within the properties of the etheric and Atman planes. Hence, idealism merges with realism for thereis no separation between mind and body as all things nest within Divinity the Hindu praises as AtmanAtman is the birth place of the atma, our own identical individualities. Set apart by experience, we know one another byway of empathy and we are seen as shining stars sparkling about in a cosmic sea of unconditional freedom. Atman is thebirthplace of I-ness coined the ‘Atma” by ancient Indian Sage’s which is synonymous with the soul body of Hebrew,Christian and Islamic faiths. When we talk about the Sanskrit term, atma, we are talking about the same soul bodyreferred to by the majority of religious beliefs. Just as creatures of the deep, atma(s) take on a form or body that is bestsuited for a particular plane of operation.The individual soul is marked only by the experience acquired under conditional restraints of the lower planes, the firstof which is termed the etheric plane. The conditional properties of the etheric plane are the frameworks necessary tofence in the painful playground of “the school of hard knocks”. The Atma takes on an etheric “Jiv-Atma” body like a setof clothes or costume. The jivatma is the mask of soul, the first manifestation of the archetype Atman properties by wayof negation, limitation or undefined schema- all things that come to be already exist within the Atman consciousness.All things are shaped by a sphere of influence from huge astronomical systems to the smallest atom or monad. A monadis the name Leibniz gave the smallest unit of awareness or what most religious beliefs call the soul. Further, the theorysuggests that all things big and small from huge statistical systems such as our Sun to the smallest atom are made of monads. The sphere is the shape of form, beauty in itself; attractive to the eye, magnetic to the soul. It makes goodsense if all bodies and planes coexist; the human shape is forever as the shape of a sphere, bright shining balls of lightand by way of anthropomorphic idealistic changes develop into today’s human shape.