Description: Metaphysical meaning of ether (rw) ether--The spiritual substance in which we live, move, and have our being and out of which can be made whatever we desire.Some scientists teach that space is heavily charged with energies that would transform the earth if they could be controlled. Arthur Eddington says that about half the leading physicists assert that the ether exists and the other half deny ...
Description: Ether is considered to be the most subtle of the five elements. Ether is sometimes referred to as space because it is the space that the other elements fill. Ether has the properties of lightness, airiness and spirituality. It has also been equated by some with the concept of consciousness. Yoga practice can help increase one's awareness of ether.
Description: Ether definition is - the rarefied element formerly believed to fill the upper regions of space. How to use ether in a sentence.
Description: The etheric body, ether-body, æther body, a name given by neo-Theosophy to a vital body or subtle body propounded in esoteric philosophies as the first or lowest layer in the "human energy field" or aura. It is said to be in immediate contact with the physical body, to sustain it and connect it with "higher" bodies.. The English term "etheric" in this context seems to derive from the ...
Description: Implications: Accepting the full reality of the ether, as it always was respected in spiritual and religious exercises to the cyclic of time, must, wishing such practically as a common notion of civil order and sober culture, in the meditations on the cosmic expansion of space-time with it, the ether be kept in mind as a stable time-base for e ...
Description: ‘As I was saying, everything spiritual - ghosts, demons, spirits and deities - inhabit the ethereal plane.’ ‘His spirit taunted her, mocked her from the higher, ethereal plane of existence.’ ‘And I'm quite aware later that I've been in a very special place; it's physical, ethereal, spiritual, it's all those things.’
Description: Define ethereal. ethereal synonyms, ethereal pronunciation, ethereal translation, English dictionary definition of ethereal. intangible; delicate; heavenly; spiritual: It was an ethereal visitation by someone from another world.
Description: Destiny has defined that NOW is the time that spiritual secrets need to be and must be revealed to humanity in order for people to able to become WHOLESOME - and the slow process of expanding one's mind will show humanity the reasons - especially as mysterious and karmic secrets of life will be explored, revealed and "found".
Description: Ether 12:1 Coriantumr was king over all the land (Illustration): A Projected Chronology of Jaredite History. [Glenn A. Scott, Voices from the Dust: New Light on an Ancient American Record, p. 46] Ether 12:5 Ether Did Prophesy Great and Marvelous Things: Ether apparently made many "great and marvelous" prophecies (Ether 12:5; Ether 13:13).
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