Metaphysical meaning of regeneration (rw)

Metaphysical meaning of regeneration (rw)
regeneration--A change in which abundant spiritual life, even eternal life, is incorporated into the body. The transformation that takes place through bringing all the forces of mind and body to the support of the Christ ideal. The unification of Spirit, soul, and body in spiritual oneness.

Ed Rabel

What is regeneration? We cannot exactly describe it because we have not as yet experienced it. But we find that most metaphysicians generally agree that it entails a connection in mind with a higher and finer type of energy to be utilized by the body. This is followed by a purifying and refining of the fluids, cells, and tissues of the body. Atomic vibratory rate and molecular connections are changed, and the result is a dramatic change in the nature and performing ability of the body. Mr. Fillmore often refers to this as "a body of light" or "the Lord's body." Regeneration is often spoken of as the prelude to conscious immortality.

Ed Rabel - Metaphysics 1, Spiritual Evolution, Regeneration

- Ed Rabel

Regeneration begins its work in the conscious mind and completes it in the subconsciousness. The first step is cleansing or denial in which all error thoughts are renounced. This includes forgiveness for sins committed and a general clearing of the whole consciousness. After the way has been prepared, the second step takes place. This is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

Preceding Entry: redemption
Following Entry: reincarnation