You may experience certain ascension symptoms as your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual structures transform to a higher level of consciousness.
What is Ascension?
Ascension is the process of spiritual awakening that moves you into a higher level of consciousness. When this happens, you may experience some ascension symptoms.
Through the process of ascension, your vibrational frequency is becoming lighter. This requires the discarding of egoic thinking and moving into a lighter realm of love and light. Through this processes of Ascension, you will become aware of the interconnectedness of all things and will be able to let go of thought patterns and physical structures that cause stress and fear.
Ascension is a wonderful process that will lead to radical changes in the way you think, act and interact with others. However, as with all spiritual changes, there may be some discomfort along the way.
You may experience some ascension symptoms as you go through this process of spiritual awakening. However, these ascension symptoms are not inevitable and are not caused by the ascension process itself. They are actually a result of holding on to limitations and resistance to the process. By working through any Ascension symptoms you can reduce the discomfort and speed up the process of Ascension.
Here are 7 Ascension symptoms you might experience on your path to awakening
1.Heightened Sensitivity And Awareness
You may experience heightened sensitivity to the environment. You may find an increase in your sense of smell, touch, hearing and taste.
These symptoms can sometimes be uncomfortable. You may develop food intolerances as your body purifies itself of what no longer serves you. In addition, you may find you can no longer bear certain fabrics, artificial body care products or chemical based cleaners. You may also become sensitive to strong smells, loud noises, heat, and cold.
On the more positive side, you may become more present, noticing the beauty in things more than you did before. You may also get quite emotional on hearing beautiful music or looking at a wonderful sunset. As well as these symptoms you may also start to see auras and orbs or hear sounds that other cannot hear.
2. Physical Changes
You may experience physical changes in your body. This could be in the form of aches and pains. Common areas to hold tension and resistance are the neck and shoulders, throat and jaw. These symptoms may be because you feel like you are carrying a heavy burden or because you are afraid to voice your thoughts for fear of what others might think.
Practicing meditation, yoga or Reiki can help these physical symptoms. You can also try spiritual cleansing, massage, a chakra meditation or a simple salt bath to help shift blocked energies. But remember they may be a call to change. Notice how you feel after any activity. If it makes you feel lighter, more joyful and energetic then it is obviously in line with your new awareness. If it makes you feel tired and achy or lowers your mood then see if you can reduce this activity in your life.
On a more positive note, your changes in sensitivity might have led you to choose lighter and fresher foods and to be more interested in taking care of your physical body. You may have also moved towards a more natural lifestyle and want to spend more time in nature.
These choices may have led you to feeling physically fitter, healthier and more energetic.
3. Changes in mood
Your heightened sensitivity may affect you emotionally as well as physically. As part of the ascension process, you may find that you experience rapid changes in mood. You may also experience increased empathy. As well as being more sensitive to the emotions of others, you also find yourself dealing with emotional disturbances from the past. While this may feel uncomfortable, it is part of the process of healing and developing.
As well as these negative emotions you may also experience unaccountable moments of joy and bliss. You may find that you experience intense feelings of love for all beings. You may be overwhelmed to the point of tears by the beauty of a flower, the laughter or a child or the tears of a loved one.
The important thing is not to deny or repress these feelings but to experience them. Allow yourself to cry or be angry if you need to.
Write a letter to someone who hurt you, or to yourself, to express these feelings. Talk to someone you trust if your feel it will be helpful. Or simply laugh, sing, cry or dance the feelings. You can also journal, paint or express these emotions in some other creative outlet.
When strong emotions come up, breathe, face and feel the emotion in whatever way feels appropriate, and then when you’re ready, let it go.