When You Live In The Etheric Realm

by Conscious Reminder

The etheric body, or ether-body, is a concept introduced into Theosophy by C.W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant to denote the lowest plane of the aura or the human energy field. The etheric body connects our physical body to high realms of spiritual existence.

Spiritual teacher and founder of Intuition University, Sara Wiseman talks of her experience working with a client who she believes is a true mystic. The person showed symptoms of living in the etheric realm and the glitches it can cause in the “real” or material plane of existence.

People who daily spend hours connecting to the Divine through different ways such as meditation and prayer, reflecting upon the self, and finding peace and tranquillity in nature, tend to develop a different vibration of living compared to those around them.

They start finding it difficult to converse with others about mundane everyday issues. It no longer holds much value to them. They prefer to spend more time alone. Solitude becomes a source of calm and relaxation to them.

If this is happening to you, there is no reason to worry. Your connection to the world of Spirituality and Light instills in you a certain peace and harmony, which others do not feel. Your wavelength no longer matches with them, and small talk becomes hard for you.

The scores of last night’s football match, or gossip about the next-door neighbour’s cheating husband becomes unpalatable banter to you, the petty, trivial details of a hazy life.

Many of us are born to be teachers, mystics, seekers and healers, people who feel the spiritual vibrations of the Earth and understand it a little more.

Living in the etheric realm makes this possible, and such an ability is to be embraced as a gift, a path towards recognizing our true potential and our purpose in life.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Connecting with or being in the etheric realm sure does bump into the physical world but I do welcome the peace and calming that’s felt when connected. It’s a long journey but one that’s well worth it.

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