There was new terminology used by Joseph Smith Jr. as new revelation was brought to this new Restoration Movement. These teachings encompass and expound on the Celestial laws and actions of the universe that take place around us. We are moving into “The Kingdom age,” which is part of the process. The term that describes this process is called “Transcendence.”
As Doug Hatten wrote in his recent book, “We are moving from the church age to the kingdom age,” From the age of Pisces to Aquarius. Whatever is unwilling to move will get left behind.
Moving into the Aquarian age changes the frequency and moves us from the LDS perspective from the Telestial to the terrestrial. With the change in frequency comes a shift in consciousness or at least it should for the majority of the people.
As I lay back down in bed, She and the five Graces remained fully in my presence as I fell back asleep. When I awoke later in the morning, She was still standing over me with the Five Divine Graces gathered around Her.
Teaching received by Victoria Ramirez from the feminine half of Elohim; our Heavenly Mother, Shekinah: the Queen of Heaven on the morning of May 9, 2019. This revelation was voted on and sustained as canon […]
Jesus died to give us the power of Heaven and Earth over our sins to defeat the enemy, the fallen consciousness which is Ego and sin, through the right application of the Fohatic Keys as Jesus showed us through the examples written in the New Testament during his ministry.
By reading the Letter of the Bible alone (without the input of the Holy Spirit of Truth) and accepting it as the authority rather than God, men have formed a variety of erroneous ideas regarding the atonement.
We cannot put the Holy Spirit in a box. There is no standard for how the Holy Spirit should express itself in this world. When the Holy Spirit flows, it seeks to set people free from their mental boxes, and thus it must challenge their standard for what is normal.
We must evaluate whether we are more concerned about being seen as normal by society or whether we are concerned about fulfilling our Divine plans.
We are called to be stewards over all creation. One aspect that we do not necessarily think about is our energy, because we don’t see it as physical. It is such a part of us we seem to take it for granted. It is our vital force, the נשימת החיים, the nishmat chayyim-Hebrew for “Breath of Life,” called our Prana, the universal energy that infuses and vitalizes all matter, in Yoga.