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Navigating the Bumps: Understanding Ascension Symptoms


The journey of spiritual growth, often referred to as "ascension," can be exhilarating, but it's not always smooth sailing. Many experience a range of physical, emotional, and mental symptoms during this process, which can be confusing and even alarming. This is a breakdown of some common symptoms you might encounter and how to approach them.

Physical Sensations

Head pressure, lightheadedness, vertigo, dizziness: These sensations often stem from energetic shifts and adjustments within your nervous system. Try grounding exercises like meditation, walking barefoot on earth, or spending time in nature.

Headaches, migraines: These can be triggered by releasing stuck negative energies. Self-care like hydration, gentle stretches, and relaxation techniques can help. Consider seeking professional medical advice if they persist.

Ringing in ears: This phenomenon, although common, can be disruptive. Meditation, sound therapy, and avoiding triggers like loud noises might offer relief.

Indigestion, stomach aches, loss of appetite: These often reflect emotional processing. Gentle movement, mindful eating, and stress management techniques can be helpful. Consult a doctor if symptoms worsen.

Body aches, pains, and spinal issues: These can indicate energetic blockages or physical imbalances. Gentle movement like yoga, stretches, and energy healing practices might be beneficial. Seek professional help if needed.

Emotional Shifts

Anxiety, exhaustion, nausea: These feelings often surface as you release past hurts and limiting beliefs. Journaling, spending time with loved ones, and seeking emotional support can be helpful.

Depression: While this can feel daunting, it often signifies a release of deep-seated pain. Consider therapy, self-care practices, and connecting with supportive communities. Remember, you're not alone.

Mental Fluctuations

Losing words, difficulty thinking: This can be unsettling but often indicates your brain rewiring for higher consciousness. Take breaks, practice mindfulness, and avoid over stimulation.


These symptoms are temporary: They indicate you're on the right path, processing, and transforming.

Listen to your body: Take breaks, rest, and seek professional support when needed.

Be patient and kind to yourself: This journey is unique and unfolds at its own pace.

Trust the process: Embrace the discomfort as a necessary step towards growth.

Remember, you're not alone on this path. By navigating these symptoms with understanding and self-compassion, you can transform them into stepping stones on your ascension journey.




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