One of the essential but neglected roles of spirituality is that of transcendence. By transcendence, it refers to a state of being that recognizes a reality beyond the personal experience itself. Transcendence is a state that goes beyond physical and logical norms and can be achieved through intuitive perceptions of an individual, rather than established religious or scientific neuroscience thinking.
In general, transcendence means out of the ordinary and normal experience. It may be assumed that experiences like the that of death are classified as examples of transcendence. In general, transcendence means that the ordinary limits of physical reality have been exceeded, that is, the person is involved in a spiritual state.
Transcendence means going beyond the limits of the ego beyond the conventions of popular notions of reality. The search beyond the self implies the assumption that you are part of a whole, a whole that comprises the universe, a universe that is part of an even magnificent whole.
Spiritual transcendence questions the validity of popular tenets about the nature of life and the functioning of the universe. Although current, conscious and analytical minds may seem acceptable in thinking about the nature of these areas, we have always known that these assumptions have already been proved wrong. Transcendence is both the recognition of higher truths and the assumption that not all things are recognizable.
The purpose of transcendence is to allow the higher self to operate in more dimensions of reality and perception, to gain wisdom about our different roles in the broader realms of existence, to influence changes in the physical realm, and to change our subjective perceptions.
Unfortunately, most of us automatically resist the unknown. If we do not understand the nature of an unwanted situation, by default we fall into the hands of nature, whose response to this pain is always the same: to stay negative and then try to protect us above all else that cannot be controlled otherwise. ,
And even if those moments bother us because of their uncertainty, we must, therefore, be grateful to them for their constant presence in our lives: this unwanted experience of recognizing our limitations is the only possibility that life can ask of us whether we wish to proceed beyond that. Therefore, this unknown moment of not understanding (what it should be) is in fact the beautiful seed of a new order of our being, provided we are ready to see it as such.
There is only one way to overcome the limits of our nature today. First, we must see this great fact: these restrictions no longer belong to us, for the clumsy body of the caterpillar body belongs to the butterfly, which is released from its husk. Therefore, we must come to this new understanding and dare to give up any part of us that wants to accept our limited view of life as our own.
True freedom is not an achievement. It is our awakening relationship and our participation in the emergence of real life. We cannot create a life without borders, trying to overcome what we think prevents us from doing so. True life without limits is the fruit of this higher understanding: what is on the way is part of the way. Know that this is the perception that all creation was created for you because it was created for everything that happens to you.