The act of ascending; a rising; ascent.
Specifically: The visible ascent of our Savior on the fortieth day after his resurrection. (Acts i. 9.) Also, Ascension Day.
An ascending or arising, as in distillation; also that which arises, as from distillation.
Festival occurring forty days after Easter that celebrates Christ?s ascension into heaven.
Ascension can mean many things to many people. To us, personal ascension is the transformation of one's life into an experience of an expanded awareness, enhanced perception and knowing of the divinity within. It is a process of personal inner development...the raising of one's personal vibration; the attainment of enlightenment and higher consciousness. It is the reduction of layers of energies between our lower incarnational selves and our Higher Self energies. It is the reunion of body, mind and spirit...cleansing and raising the body temple and mind to such a degree that they can be reunited with spirit (Higher Self). See Descension.
The day in the Church Year on which we celebrate Jesus' return to heaven after his rising from the dead.
The ritual whereby the soul reunites with the Spirit of the living God, the I AM Presence, through the acceleration by the sacred fire at the natural conclusion of one's final lifetime on earth. It is the process whereby the soul, having balanced her karma and fulfilled her divine plan, merges first with the Christ Consciousness and then with the living Presence of the I AM THAT I AM. Once the ascension has taken place, the soulâ€”the corruptible aspect of beingâ€”becomes the incorruptible one, a permanent atom in the body of God, free from the round of karma and rebirth.
( As·CEN·sion). The bodily ascension of Jesus Christ into the heavens.
When Jesus went back to heaven, 40 days after the resurrection.
Graduation Day 1 & 2 - S3 - Ritual, which transforms a person into a pure form of demon, an extremely large demon.
The process of going from one lifetime to the next while staying in the same physical body, and birthing the divine seed within.
(Christianity) celebration of the Ascension of Christ into heaven; observed on the 40th day after Easter
(New Testament) the rising of the body of Jesus into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection
the feast of the ascent of Christ into Heaven, celebrated forty days after Easter
The New Age lotto; a feat performed by Jesus on Good Friday, thus explaining why so many New Agers act like Christians; see Sananda. Also: to ascend (v)
The ritual whereby the soul reunites with the Spirit of the Living God, also known as the I AM Presence. The ascension was experienced by Enoch, of whom it is written that he "walked with God: and he was not, for God took him"; by Elijah, who went up by a whirlwind into heaven; and by Jesus. It signifies the end of the rounds of karma and rebirth and the return to the LORD's glory, ans is the goal of life for the sons and daughters of God. Jesus said, "No man hath ascended up to heaven but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man." The soul puts on her wedding garment to fulfill the office of the Son (Sun, or Light) of MANifestation. She is made worthy by Jesus' grace to be the bearer of his cross and his crown. Following the initiatic path of Jesus, she ascends through the Christ Self to her LORD, the I AM Presence, whence she descended. (This definition is taken partly from Dossier on the Ascension by Serapis Bey, Summit University Press.)
The bodily ascent of Christ into heaven after the Resurrection
the "going up" into Heaven of Christ by His own power. It occurred in the presence of the Apostles, the Blessed Mother and His disciples, 40 days after His Resurrection from the dead
raising vibration; a daily occurrence; those practicing Consciousness are constantly ascending through their loving thoughts, feelings, actions and words to the next vibrational level which brings them more in alignment with Soul. (see Consciousness)
The ascent of Christ to Heaven following His Resurrection as Son of God in the flesh (Luke 24:50, 51; Acts 1:9-11). Christ's Ascension completes the union of God and humanity, for a Man who is God now reigns in Heaven.
the dramatic departure of the risen Christ from earth to heaven, which took place forty days after the resurrection. The accounts of the ascension can be found in Acts 1:9-11; Mark 16:19; Luke 24:50-51
an energetic acceleration transforming all physical matter to a lighter, higher frequency. Earth and all of its inhabitants are now going through this process. We are ascending from the third dimension (coarse-matter world) through the 4th dimension (a non-physical gateway) and will emerge into the 5th dimension of time/space (fine-matter world).
When Jesus Christ left the earth in body, and entered into heaven as the God-Man, to receive all praise, adoration, and honor. This happened 40 days after the resurrection ( Acts 1:9-11). (DTC)
The Feast commemorating the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ to glory. This Feast is forty days after Easter and always occurs on a Thursday.
This refers to the Christian belief that Jesus ascended to heaven to sit at God's right hand. According to two gospels, Mark and Luke, Jesus ascended to heaven on the same day as his resurrection. Acts explained that it occurred 40 days later.
The Christian doctrine of the Ascension holds that Jesus bodily ascended to heaven in the presence of his apostles, following his resurrection. It is narrated in Mark , Luke , Acts , and . This is affirmed by Christian liturgy in the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed.