awakening

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of awake
The act of awaking, or ceasing to sleep
Rousing from sleep, in a natural or a figurative sense; rousing into activity; exciting; as, the awakening city; an awakening discourse; the awakening dawn
A revival of religion, or more general attention to religious matters than usual
If you have a rude awakening, you are suddenly made aware of an unpleasant fact
the act of waking; "it was an early awakening"; "it was the waking up he hated most"
The awakening of a feeling or realization is the start of it. the awakening of national consciousness in people
Tanekra Asakwi
(remembering there is more to ‘living’ than third dimensional reality)
When the soul stirs the individual's outer consciousness to search for a greater purpose/truth
Specifically: A revival of religion, or more general attention to religious matters than usual
I sometimes use this word as a verb, referring either to the endless process of including more and more of What Is in one's awareness, or to the finite process of dropping into the realization of the Second Birth At other times, I use "awakening" as a noun, as in "the awakening dawns in the depths of The Rot " In many spiritual schools, awakening refers to the realization of transcendental consciousness When I use "awakening" as a noun, I am specifically referring to the realization of Onlyness
the Course speaks of the separation as being a dream from which we need to awaken; salvation therefore consists of hearing the Holy Spirit -- the Call to awaken -- in ourselves and in our brothers: thus accepting the oneness with each other that undoes the separation which gave rise to the dream in the beginning
{i} process of waking up
the act of waking; "it was an early awakening"; "it was the waking up he hated most
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"Spontaneous" awakenings most often start while you are in REM sleep, although you may awaken from NREM sleep, as well When you are awake, your brain waves are of the alpha or beta pattern (see brain wave rhythms), your muscle tone is high and you can move voluntarily
awaken
To cause to become conscious
awaken
To cause to become awake
rude awakening
An undesirable epiphany; a realization of an unwanted fact
spiritual awakening
A realization or inspiration about the connection with an entity or entities beyond the immediate and physical world, of "God" or other intangible, sacred spirit
awaken
to arouse, as emotion, interest, or the like
awaken
{v} to awake, to rouse up, put in action
An awakening
awakenment
Great Awakening
Religious revival in British North America from 1720 into the 1740s. It was part of a movement, known as Pietism or Quietism on the European continent and evangelicalism in England, that swept Western Europe in the late 17th and early 18th century under the leadership of preachers such as John Wesley. In North America the Great Awakening was a Protestant evangelical reaction against formalism and rationalism in religion, and it had a strong Calvinist element. Revivalist preachers emphasized the need for sinners to fear punishment and to hope for the unearned gift of grace from God. George Whitefield (1714-1770) was one of the most popular, preaching to huge crowds throughout the colonies in 1739-40. Jonathan Edwards also helped inspire the Great Awakening and was its most important theologian. Among its results were missions to the Indians and the founding of colleges (including Princeton Univ.). Another revival known as the Second Great Awakening occurred in New England and Kentucky in the 1790s
awaken
" make aware; "They were awakened to the sad facts
awaken
To stop sleeping
awaken
cause to become awake or conscious; "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM "
awaken
stop sleeping; "She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock"
awaken
make aware; "They were awakened to the sad facts
awaken
When you awaken, or when something or someone awakens you, you wake up. Unfortunately, Grandma always seems to awaken at awkward moments He was snoring when Desmond awakened him. = wake up
awaken
To awaken a feeling in a person means to cause them to start having this feeling. The aim of the cruise was to awaken an interest in and an understanding of foreign cultures
awaken
cause to become awake or conscious; "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM
awaken
make aware; "They were awakened to the sad facts"
awaken
{f} wake up, arouse (i.e. from sleep)
awaken
To rouse from sleep or torpor; to awake; to wake
awakenings
plural of awakening
rude awakening
situation in which one realizes the unfortunate or unexpected truth about a subject (generally refers to learning the negative aspects)
awakening