How do you explain ascension?

How do you explain ascension?

Spiritual ascension, also known as spiritual awakening, is a natural evolutionary process that entails discarding the old self and experiencing inner rebirth. Many people refer to spiritual ascension as being "upgraded," "rebooted," or having one's vibrational frequency raised. It is said that every person has a unique path toward enlightenment, which may include some experiences we call paranormal. However, because most people do not live according to their highest potential, they must wake up from their spiritual slumber through a series of experiences called demotions.

The traditional view is that if a person is willing to work with it, the soul will always guide them along the right path. Some believe it is our job to follow our intuition and rise when we feel like it's time. Others say we should never force the soul to stay asleep. Finally, some say it is possible to reboot your soul and start over.

What is certain is that spiritual ascent is an important part of many people's journeys and that many different methods have been developed over time to help us awaken.

What are the levels of ascension?

Spiritual ascension is comprised of five major components.

  • Mind awakening. Mind awakening.
  • Personality awakening. Personality awakening.
  • Spiritual energy awakening. Spiritual energy awakening.
  • Soul awakening. Soul awakening.
  • The phase of enlightenment. The phase of enlightenment.

What is the point of ascension?

Ascension is the process through which beings are able to separate from their physical bodies and live eternally as pure energy on a higher realm with more knowledge and power. There are two forms of ascension: natural and spiritual.

The natural form of ascent allows for animals to ascend after they die. This form of ascent is also known as reincarnation because the being's soul moves on to another body. Humans can also ascend naturally but it requires a very high level of consciousness and self-knowledge that only some people reach.

The second form of ascent is called spiritual ascent. Only those who have reached a certain degree of awareness can embark on this journey. People who have spiritualized themselves are no longer subject to death. Spiritual ascent is possible because humans are not just matter; they are made up of energy too. Even though our physical body dies when we pass away, our spirit does not because it has already spiritualized itself.

People use different words to describe this same idea. Some say that humans are souls while others say that humans are spirits. No matter what word you choose to describe yourself as, having an immortal spirit is important because it gives you hope.

What is the meaning of ascension?

The act of rising or ascending, particularly the act of going to a higher or more powerful position, is a Christian feast commemorating Jesus Christ's ascension to heaven after his death. The complete meaning of ascension may be found in the English Language Learners' Dictionary. Noun. Ascension (n.) the act of rising up, as from a bed; elevation. Webster's New World College Dictionary.

Ascension is the act of going up toward heaven. It is used in describing Jesus' ascent into heaven after he died. Peter said that Jesus "was lifted up upon the cross and buried." (Acts 2:23) The word "lifted" means "to lift up someone else's burden," or in this case, the burden of sin. Through his sacrifice on the cross, Jesus took our sins away forever.

After Jesus was crucified, he rose from the dead three days later. On Easter Sunday, his disciples were present when he returned to life. They saw him eat a meal with them after being gone for several hours. Then he told them what would happen next, which included his death again, this time at the hands of the government. After the crucifixion, Jesus went back home to heaven.

So, Jesus ascended into heaven, where he now sits at the right hand of God. He will come again to judge the world when God wants to take care of some business here on earth.

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Andrew Flores

Andrew Flores, a licensed therapist, has been working in the field of psychology for over 10 years. He has experience in both clinical and research settings, and enjoys both tasks equally. Andrew has a passion for helping people heal, and does so through the use of evidence-based practices.

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