Religion Ecstasy

Religious ecstasy can be described as a kind that is characterized by an altered state of mind that is characterized by a significant reduction in awareness of the external as well as a greater increase in inner consciousness, both spiritual and mental often associated with visions and emotional feelings of euphoria.

Religious ecstasy can be described as an alteration in consciousness, characterized by an extremely diminished awareness of the outside and a heightened inner spiritual and mental awareness that can be associated with visions, emotional or intuitive, and sometimes physical Euphoria.


Refers to the act of performing religious Ecstasies (religious experiences in an alternate state of mind) along with any rituals, beliefs, ethics myths, legends, and other magical concepts that may be linked to them.

While the experience is typically short in duration, there are reports of experiences that lasted for days or even longer as well as of the frequent experiences of ecstasy over a lifetime.

In Buddhism

Specifically, within the Pali Canon, there are eight states of trance, also known as absorption. Four of them are Rupa or materially-oriented. The following four states state Arupa (or non-material). The eight states described above are preliminary Trances that lead to a final saturation.

In the monotheistic religion, ecstasy is generally connected to communion and unity with God

Certain Christians have ecstatic experiences (such as being “slain in the spirit”) and interpret them as coming from God’s Holy Spirit.

The ecstasy of religious ecstasy that is prevalent in Christian movements is also observed in the form of shouting, screaming, an inability to sit or stand, and uttering prophecies about the future and holy crying, laughter, and barking.

According to the Indian spiritual guide Meher Baba, God-intoxicated souls, known as Masts Sufism in the form of masts go through a distinct type of spiritual ecstasy “[M]asts are fervently in love with God or overwhelmed by their passion for God.

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Ecstatic trances are an important part of the work of shamans who utilize ecstasy to aid in going to heaven or to the underworld, helping or otherwise communicating in clairvoyance with spirit guides, or healing.

In Christianity, the amazing experiences of Apostles Peter, as well as Paul, are described in Acts 10:10 11:5, and 22:17.

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Islamic Mysticism is the history of those who are believed to be saints as well as spirit mediums and liberated souls. Their words have altered the direction of Muslim customs since their revelations and inspirations are believed to originate from God and His angels. The ecstasy they express is evidence of the truthfulness of their statements since God’s presence has made the individual “mad” with love and passion.

The ecstatic words they speak, known as Kshatriya which is derived in Kshatriya, which is the Arabic word Shath which means “movement” and in this instance, referring to the agitation that is felt in the self when in ecstasy were thought to be the highest point of mystical experiences. They were that were spoken because they had become connected to God. Divine word. With the true spoken language that is experienced, the deeply enthralled speaker could abandon deceitful language and speak in accordance with his desires.

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