Seven Planes of Existence
The Seven Planes of Existence
There are six major planes that exist between the physical earth plane and the Source. These are not separate areas of existence but rather frequencies or states of being. Each of which are interpenetrating each other. The heavier and denser the matter, the lower its frequency. Earth is the densest and heaviest with the Source being the finest and lightest.
First Plane of Existence
The First Plane
We will designate the earth plane as the First Plane. When a spirit is ready to move ahead in its experience, its new awareness and raised frequency will raise it to the next plane.
Second Plane of Existence
The Second Plane
Known as the Astral Plane. The Astral Plane consists of a number of differing dimensional frequencies. These frequencies vary from the lower astral to the mid-planes, to the higher astral plane.
Third Plane of Existence
The Third Plane
Upon arrival at the Third Plane, the spirit will learn more about the physical universe, the cosmos and the Source of All That Is. This higher awareness helps it to realize its evolutionary experience is still far from being complete.
Forth Plane of Existence
The Forth Plane
Upon arriving at the Fourth Plane, a spirit will enter a dimension where color is of a lighter, brighter brilliance and the quality of sound indescribable. The spirit ascends in vibration by gradually assimilating an awareness of even higher levels of thought around it.
Fifth Plane of Existence
The Fifth Plane
This realm is one of illumination. Where the spirit is uplifted by the beauty, the wonder and the loving wisdom of Creation. Here the spirit learns to be a creator in its own right.
Sixth Plane of Existence
The Sixth Plane
The exalted beings who guide the planets inhabit the Sixth Plane . It is a realm of inexpressible majesty and magnitude. Archangels and Ascended Masters are of this realm. The Sixth Plane is known as the Christ Consciousness Plane.
The Seventh Plane of Existence
The Seventh Plane
Everything is in God’s imagination. Without it, nothing would exist. When a spirit finally reunites with its Source at the Godhead, it retains a certain amount of its individuality yet is still in complete harmony with all other thought.